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Gallery: Sunday at the 2019 Goodwood Revival

14th September 2019
Andrew Willis

It’s the final day of Goodwood Revival, but fear not, we’ve still got some high-octane, flat-out, fully committed classic racing to enjoy.

With the pace going up and up all weekend, Sunday is always the most competitive day of the weekend and the morning’s schedule backed-up that statement. From the two-wheel fury of the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy to the deep field of wheel-to-wheel carnage in the Settrington Cup, all drivers and riders involved had clearly eaten their Weetabix this morning.

There’s still an awful lot to fit in to the day, so stay tuned!

Photography by Joe Harding, James Lynch, Drew Gibson and Nick Dungan.

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