The 2013 running of the Goodwood Revival, held 13-15 September at the 2.4-mile Goodwood Motor Circuit in West Sussex, England, was yet another example of how meticulous planning, an appreciation of detail and a large dose of enthusiasm can lead a seemingly simple concept – historic cars racing around a racetrack – to become an internationally acclaimed rendezvous.
The Goodwood Motor Circuit is locked in time: 1966 to be precise, when the authorities deemed it no longer safe to practice motor sport on the tight track. Reopened in 1998, the Circuit is a vibrant reminder of yesteryear. Buildings, paddock, landscaping, racetrack – all remain virtually unchanged since the closure. Repainted and repaired where necessary, for sure, but all in keeping with their original state and purpose.
Senior Photographer Tim Scott documented the 2013 Goodwood Revival, including the following ‘Behind the Scene’ pictures that capture the little details that make the event the most complete historic car race in the world. We split up Tim’s pictures into two galleries. The first gallery starting below features our favorite images, all displayed in the full-width view of Sports Car Digest, while the second gallery can be found on the last page of the article and gives a comprehensive view of all the photographs. To see more from Tim, visit fluidimages.co.uk.