How to watch the 2022 Goodwood Revival

11th September 2022
Ben Miles

The 2022 Goodwood Revival is just a matter of days away, so it’s about time we told those of you who haven’t got tickets how you can tune into watch the whole thing.


We will, as always, be streaming every moment from the track right here on GRR in full. GRR is the only place that you can make sure you see every single moment of the weekend alongside extra information. You can find the livestream page here.

See the full race list for the 2022 Goodwood Revival.

Alternatively, the whole weekend will be streamed across our social media channels. YouTube will carry a full weekend stream which, like GRR, will begin at 09:00 on Friday 16th September and carry on continuously until the end of the event. Should you miss any of the action the YouTube stream will loop overnight, so you can make sure you caught every moment.


On Facebook our three main motorsport pages – for the Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival and Goodwood Road & Racing – will all stream the event, with the Festival page taking one single live stream for each day and the other two pages splitting their coverage into relevant batches of races. These streams will begin at the same time as the YouTube and GRR ones.

For the Revival we will also be streaming via our Goodwood Road and Racing Twitch channel and on our three Twitter accounts. Again, these streams will all begin at the same time as the YouTube live stream.

Eight touring cars to see at the Revival.

All streams begin at 09:00 on Friday as the parade of military vehicles opens the track and finish after the conclusion of the two-driver into-the-night Freddie March Memorial Trophy, expected to be around 19.30. On Saturday the stream begins again at 09:00 with a parade of Austin 7s before concluding after the finish of the Stirling Moss Memorial Trophy, expected to be at the slightly earlier time of 18.30. Sunday’s stream again begins at 09:00 will conclude at around 18.15, following the end of the St. Mary’s Trophy presented by Motul Part 2.


If you miss any of the live action we will be sharing all the very best moments across our social channels, on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, TikTok and Twitter. And we want you to post your content too, using #GoodwoodRevival so we can share the very best.

If you prefer some traditional broadcasting, two portions of the Revival will be broadcast live on ITV 3. A two-hour block of racing on each day will be shown on the terrestrial TV channel, starting at 14:00 on both days.

That means that on Saturday ITV will show practice for the RAC TT Celebration, the Ferrari track parade, the St. Mary’s Trophy Part 1 and the Goodwood Trophy. Sunday’s live ITV action will begin with the parade of military vehicles before the RAC TT and Lavant Cup are shown in full.


ITV’s highlights show will be broadcast on Thursday 22nd September at 20:00 on ITV4, showcasing all the best bits of the weekend, from track, to Over the Road, to Revive and Thrive. In case you miss it, or can’t tune in, it’ll be repeated at 09.55 on Sunday 25th September, also on ITV4.

Remember to tune in at 09:00 on Friday 16th September to make sure you see everything and keep checking GRR for all the very best videos, articles and images from the weekend. You can also check out the full timetable and the complete entry list for the 2022 Goodwood Revival.

Photography by Tom Shaxson, Jochen Van Cawenberge and Michal Popisil.

The 2022 Goodwood Revival is just a few days away. Don't forget you can watch all three full days of racing action on our live stream here on Goodwood Road & Racing.

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