Get creative with GRR's epic colouring in contest!
Are you looking for some inspiration during these times of lockdown? Have you reached the end of your creativity? Are the kids getting a little bored out of school? Well, GRR might have a solution to your problems!
We’ve teamed up with motorsport artist extraordinaire Tim Layzell to bring you a racing colouring-in challenge, some fun for all the family. Tim, a regular competitor at Goodwood in his awesome TVR Grantura and often to be found with his art at Revival, Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard and Members’ Meeting, has been kind enough to provide us with a colourless version of one of his iconic pictures, so you can have a go at creating your own masterpiece.
The picture represents Goodwood in 1960, it’s Stirling Moss in Rob Walker’s incredible Ferrari 250GT SWB hunting down Roy Salvadori’s Aston Martin DB4GT through Goodwood’s chicane. Moss would go on to clinch victory in the race – the RAC TT.
We want you to show us what skills you have, and most importantly, get all the family involved. We want to see what you can do with this image, so download it from the link below, print it off, and then upload your finished picture to social media with the hashtag #gwArtAttack and send it to us on any of Goodwood Road & Racing’s social media channels.
Who knows, we could uncover the next Tim Layzell, or you might just keep the kids entertained for a few hours. Either way we’d love you all to get involved.