The Fordwater Trophy race at the upcoming Goodwood Revival 2011 (16-18 September) will feature the finest collection of significant and authentic racing Jaguar E-types ever assembled.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the most iconic of British sport cars, as an exclusive race for 2011, the Goodwood Revival’s Fordwater Trophy will feature a grid exclusively made up of Jaguar E-types of a type that raced up to 1966. The race will be a 45-minute two-driver race, with driver changes in the pits between 15 and 30 minutes.
The Fordwater Trophy will feature an extraordinary mix of historically-significant competition E-types, including six of the 12 lightweights still in existence racing, plus three more of the surviving cars present on static display.
With significant racing E-type low drag coupes, roadsters and fixed head coupes also competing, the race promises to make for an intriguing spectacle and a fitting tribute to Britain’s most popular sports car and its special relationship with Goodwood.
An exceptional line-up of top drivers will campaign the Jaguars, including ex-F1 stars Gerhard Berger, Jackie Oliver, Jochen Mass, Adrian Newey, Desiré Wilson and Tiff Needell, touring car legends Andy Priaulx, John Cleland and Anthony Reid, ex-Jaguar Le Mans winner Andy Wallace and actor and comedian Rowan Atkinson.
For more information on the 2011 Goodwood Revival, visit www.goodwood.com/motorsport or phone +44 (0)1243 755055.