Following the success of the two-driver format for the Gerry Marshall Trophy previously and the Gurney Cup in 2021, and to bring a little of the Goodwood Revival’s RAC TT Celebration sparkle to April, the Graham Hill Trophy will also be held over 45-minutes. The driver pairings will race in GT and prototype racers from 1960-’64.
The race also celebrates the 60th anniversary of Hill’s first F1 World Championship victory for BRM in 1962, as well as his back-to-back victories in the RAC TT at Goodwood in 1963 and 1964 with Maranello Concessionaires. The 2022 running of the Graham Hill Trophy will be the first time the race has been held since the 77th Members’ Meeting in 2019.
These first two races will be joined by an awesome line-up of others, set to be announced later in 2021, as well as a pair of brilliant high-speed demos celebrating some of motorsport’s most beloved eras.
Tickets for the 79th Members’ Meeting are on sale to those that are part of the Fellowship now, and if not already, you can join the Fellowship for just £43, offering a range of benefits alongside the opportunity to buy tickets to all three Goodwood motorsport events.
To find out more about the GRRC or to join please visit https://www.goodwood.com/motorsport/grrc-membership/join-the-grrc-fellowship/