Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0PX
Six races on the Motor Circuit and much more besides
With more qualifying and six races, much-loved off-track festivities Over the Road and shopping on the High Street, Saturday offers something for everyone.
Six action-packed races
Experience a full itinerary of closely fought races, including a field of famous professional drivers in the first part of the St. Mary’s Trophy saloon car race, plus part 1 of the Revival's only motorcycle race – the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy.
Last of the qualifying
Prior to the racing, Saturday offers the chance to watch two final qualifying sessions, one of which will decide the starting grid for Sunday's blue riband RAC TT Celebration race.
The cutest race
Arguably the cutest race of the weekend has to be the Settrington Cup. Around 40 children in pint-sized Austin J40 pedal cars will race for victory down Goodwood's iconic start/finish straight. Emotions are sure to run high - and that's just the parents!
Magnificent air displays
The day starts with a momentous aerial display of vintage Warbirds in the skies above this former RAF Westhampnett airfield. In addition, on the ground there is a concours display of around 30 historic aircraft of all shapes and sizes in the Freddie March Spirit of Aviation.
Food, fashion and festivities
The Revival is just as famous for its off-track activities as it is for the racing. Wherever you go, you'll see the fashions and music of the era, with lots of opportunity to dance and get involved. And the fun doesn't stop when the final chequered flag drops. Head 'Over the Road' to find a vintage fairground, roller disco, drive-in movie and lots more period festivities.
What's new for 2019?
As part of a display celebrating the iconic British hatchback’s 60 years of manufacturing, coach built Mini Coopers previously owned by Beatles Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr will be on show for all to admire.
The focal point for Goodwood’s D-Day commemorations will fall also on the Goodwood Revival this year in honour of those who fought.
First glance Friday
Friday's highlight, at the end of a busy day of practice is a spectacular one-hour Kinrara Trophy race into the sunset - the most expensive grid in the world.
A full day of qualifying and final racing including the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy bike race and the hugely popular St Mary's Trophy saloon car race. Warbirds including Spitfires take to the sky.
Sunday is THE day for racing lovers and those who prefer to soak up the atmosphere off-track. Only the best and final races occur on the Sunday, including the fastest race of the weekend, the Whitsun Trophy and the world famous Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration.