Goodwood Revival Prize-Giving results 2021

21st September 2021
Ethan Jupp

To have a drive at Revival is to be a winner in your own right. That said, races are races, with outright winners, podium-sitters, fastest laps and epic drives besides. Prize-giving at the end of the weekend is the Duke of Richmond’s chance to congratulate all the drivers on their performances at the Revival, the winners and podium sitters and those who went that extra mile to put on the show.


What a Revival it was, too. After these two years out, the name gained new meaning. Everyone seemed extra eager to have fun and to race. New for the Revival in 2021 was the Stirling Moss Memorial Trophy, permanently renamed from Kinrara Trophy, and the Festival of Britain Trophy, renamed from the Goodwood Trophy. We had an all-Mini race, a touring car double-header, sportscars big and small, a variety of F1 eras and pre-war voiturette action. We also had the historic race aces of the future back in the Settrington Cup. 

We’ve counted down the podium placers and winning racers at the Revival in our results page here but who got a bit of extra special recognition from the Duke this year? Who and what took wins outside of the main event races? Let’s count them down.


Settrington Cup (aggregate)

The pedal-powered dash for the historic race aces of the future.

Joe Bain – Total Time: 2:21.783

Freddie March Spirit of Aviation presented by Bonhams

Our Concours for spectacular period aircraft manufactured up to 1966, in honour of Goodwood’s very own aviator, Freddie March.

3. John Heath – 1964 Westland Wasp

2. John Romain  – 1941 Westland Lysander

1. Laurie Gregorie – 1951 Cessna Bird Dog

The Rob Wildeboer Cup 

A new award this year, in memory of Rob Wildeboer, a much-missed member of the aviation team, with 35 years behind him here at Goodwood, including his curation of the Spirit of Aviation Concours. The award celebrates the best restoration of an aircraft in the Concours.

Andrew Collicott – 1946 Aeronca Chief


Fastest Lap by a Lady Driver

Jenny Tinmouth, Manx Norton – 1:31.873 in the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy

Fastest lap of the Meeting presented by BGC Partners

Phil Keen, Lotus-Ford 30 – 1:21.422 in the Whitsun Trophy presented by Sky Cinema

The Mick Hemmings Trophy For the Fastest Lap by a Motorcycle 

Michael Dunlop, MV Agusta – 1:28.487, Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy

Rider of the weekend presented by Motul

Steve Plater


Will Hoy Memorial Trophy

Each year we remember Will Hoy, one of this country’s most successful and popular saloon car stars. The Will Hoy Memorial Trophy is for the greatest drive in a closed cockpit car at the Revival.

Darren Turner and Olly Bryant

Spirit of Goodwood Award, presented by Goodwood Supporters’ Association

The award is for those that go the extra mile to bring the Revival to life.

Greg Waters

Rolex Driver of the Meeting

For the most exceptional drive at the Revival.

Phil Keen

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