The 13 best pictures from Saturday at Revival 2022
With a day of practice and qualifying action behind us, along with Friday’s sumptuous golden-hour Freddie March Memorial Trophy offering a glimpse of what was to come, Saturday at Goodwood Revival 2022 was primed with expectation.
From the moment the gates opened at 07:30, revellers were filling the grandstands and lining the outer fences to witness a full day of evocative motorsport action.
Whether waving on motorcycle heroes competing in the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy, or having their eardrums re-arranged by the brutal soundtrack of the Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration, the historic motor circuit was alive and kicking.
Alongside celebrating key milestones, such as 75 years of Ferrari and the 60th anniversary of Graham Hill’s 1962 F1 title, the Duke of Richmond also paid tribute to Her Majesty The Queen. Attendees could also write in an official condolence book to thank the passing monarch for a life of service.
Rounding out the day was the climactic Stirling Moss Memorial Trophy, formerly known as the Kinrara Trophy. With a full field of pre-’63 GT racers of a type raced in period right here at Goodwood by Sir Stirling himself, E-types, Ferrari 250s, and AC Cobras amongst others sent shivers down the spine as the Autumnal sun began to set on an unforgettable day. But don’t just take our word for it, ogle at some of the best captures of the day, and get set for the final day of Goodwood Revival 2022.
Photography by Jordan Butters, Joe Harding, Nick Wilkinson, Peter Summers, Toby Whales.