The 73rd Members’ Meeting will feature all the excitement and high octane action you expect from Goodwood, whilst offering the perfect weekend outing for adults and children alike. Here are our Top Five reasons to bring the whole family.
1. Complimentary tickets
Children can enjoy the extraordinary sights, wonderful sounds and evocative smells with you, as those aged 12 and under enjoy complimentary entry. Bring your motorsport-mad teenagers too, as youngsters aged 13 to 21 years pay half price.
If young children find the excitement too much, or you just need some time to explore the event, an excellent crèche with changing facilities will be located behind the Woodcote Grandstand. Ear defenders are also available across the Motor Circuit to allow children to get closer to the action without feeling uncomfortable.
3. Fun and Games
People of all ages will love taking part in the many House Games over the weekend. The fun sports day events provide a physical outlet, including a chance to laugh at the ‘Mum and Dad’s Race,’ while traditional games are light-hearted fun. On Saturday evening a party for all ages features live music, dancers, a fun fair, quirky performers, a band crammed inside a juke box and a host of other wonderful entertainment. A dramatic firework display will finish the night in style.
4. Cars up close
Introduce the children to some fantastic machines, getting closer than anywhere else in the world. Amble through all the paddocks as a family and share in the awe of seeing these beautifully being prepared by the mechanics. People of all ages won’t help but feel moved as they take a Grid Walk up the hallowed tarmac with the cars lined up and ready to race.
5. More space
Some of Goodwood’s other events are so popular that space can be tight. Not at Members’ Meeting. As 73MM is less crowded, the whole family can explore the event in a more relaxed environment, allowing everyone to take in the racing and entertainment at their own pace. There’s more space for push-chairs and the extra room means more catering, so less queuing for food and drink.