Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0PX
The final day of the Goodwood Revival, when winners are crowned
With another eight races on the bill, Sunday is the most desirable for motorsport enthusiasts. Overall winners are crowned in the second parts of the St. Mary's Trophy, for 1960 saloon cars, and the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy for motorcycles.
All the best racing
In 2020, the packed Sunday timetable will include eight races – one more than in previous years. The action will kick off half-an-hour earlier, and will include many of the Revival’s most prestigious races. In the morning is the concluding part of the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy for motorcycles, while the afternoon sees the thrill-a-minute St Mary's Trophy and the fastest race of the weekend, the Whitsun Trophy race for 1960s sports prototypes. The day’s centrepiece is the one-hour, two-driver Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration for priceless GT cars.
The cutest race
Undoubtedly the cutest race of the weekend (and perhaps in the whole of motorsport!), the Settrington Cup has been a fixture of the Revival since 2012. More than 50 children will race down Goodwood's iconic start/finish straight in pint-sized Austin J40 pedal cars. With eternal glory awaiting the victor, 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 aircraft 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 now as famous for its off-track activities as it is for the racing. Wherever you go, you'll see the fashions and hear the music of the era, with plenty of opportunities 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 to party the night away.
Home in time for dinner
By bringing the start of the day forward, it means it is possible to enjoy the best historic racing in the world and still make it home in time for Sunday dinner. Three of the highlight races – the St Marys Trophy, Whitsun Trophy and TT – are all grouped together in the early afternoon, for the convenience of those wanting to make a speedy getaway. Of course, we recommend staying for the whole day, in order not to miss a moment of the action. Those staying to the end can join the Duke of Richmond in congratulating all of the race winners at the Prize Giving at the Startline, with a glass of complimentary champagne!