Last year the annual Goodwood Revival achieved an all-time record attendance with more than 132,000 historic motor racing enthusiasts descending on the celebrated West Sussex motor circuit to enjoy three days of the world’s finest wheel-to-wheel racing, period fashions and entertainment. For 2009 Revival tickets sold out earlier than they had ever done before.
Despite this year’s Goodwood Revival still being seven months away (from 17-19 September), early sales of advanced tickets to the 2010 event are matching the highest level ever year-on-year in 13 years of the meeting.
Due to this initial strong demand, plus the important aim to keep the Goodwood Revival as a comfortable and enjoyable experience for all visitors with great viewing of all of the action on and off the track, the Earl of March – the event’s founder – has taken the exceptional step of marginally reducing the number of advance entry tickets to be sold for this year’s meeting in September. This means that tickets are expected to sell out some time before the event itself.
As in previous years, Revival tickets will be available to advance order only on a first-come, first served basis. The number of spectators will be restricted each day to avoid congestion and cramped conditions, maintaining the event’s relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere for everyone.
Further enhancements to the 2010 Goodwood Revival will include an extension of the large grandstand at Woodcote corner, which has historically proven to be so popular that it sells out within just a few weeks of going on sale. This September over 700 extra seats will be added to the extended Woodcote Grandstand, with this covered facility moving closer to the track for even better viewing of the exciting wheel-to-wheel historic vehicle racing.
The Revival’s exceptional entertainment facilities will also be enhanced with the addition of ‘The Goodwood Mess,’ a new interactive hospitality facility modeled on the Drivers’ Club. The Goodwood Mess will take entertaining to a whole new dimension with a magical step back in time. Located track side, next to the assembly area and just beyond the start/finish line with great views all the way to the mighty Madgwick Corner, The Goodwood Mess will be at the centre of all the action.
All Goodwood hospitality packages – at both the Revival and the Festival of Speed –include admission tickets, paddock access, reserved car parking, fine foods, wine and many more benefits.
Admission to both Goodwood motor sport events is strictly by advance ticket only. To order advance tickets, please contact the Ticket Hotline:
Telephone: +44 (0)1243 755055