Goodwood Revival

"Celebrating 20 Magical Years"

Saturday 8th September 2018

IBM Club Member's* Prices Adult £35, Child (13-21yrs) £17.50, Child under 12 FREE

Non-Club Members Prices Adult £78, Child (13-21yrs) £39, Child under 12 FREE

Please Note - Bookings close for this event on Friday 18th May.
Children (0-12) are free, but will need a wristband, which can be collected on the day, or requested at time of booking.

In the autumn of 1998 motor racing returned to Goodwood for the first time since the closure of the famous Motor Circuit in 1966. Known as the Goodwood Revival, the event has since become one of the biggest historic motorsport events in the world and the only one to be staged entirely in period dress.

From 1948 to 1966 the Goodwood circuit was the spiritual home of British motor racing, staging classic races such as the Tourist Trophy for sports cars and the Glover Trophy for Grand Prix cars. All the top drivers of the day came to Goodwood on Easter Monday, from Juan Manuel Fangio and Stirling Moss in the 1950s to Jim Clark and Graham Hill through the 1960s. The circuit was established by Freddie March (later 9th Duke of Richmond), himself a Brooklands winner, and was revived by his grandson Charles, Earl of March, in 1998. The Revival event is a magical step back in time to the romance and glamour of motor racing as it used to be in Goodwood’s heyday.
The Revival is staged at the Goodwood Motor Circuit, its mid-September date now firmly established in the international motorsport calendar. The event is defined by its period dress code: tweeds and trilbies for men, furs and frocks for the ladies, and by its refusal to allow modern cars within the circuit on race days. It is also famed for its war bird flying displays in recognition of Goodwood’s history as a wartime fighter base.


* The IBM Club Member prices are available to the IBM Club Member AND their spouse/partner OR one other accompanied adult guest PLUS members' children under the age of 18 accompanied by the IBM Club Member.  If additional places are available then up to two non-members can attend at the Non-Club member price.

Tickets ordered and confirmed by the Club constitute a commitment to buy on your part. Payment should be made within 5 DAYS of receiving our confirmation email please, which will include details of how to pay, either by bank transfer or by cheque.

Reservation Request form for the Goodwood Revival event 8th September 2018

Check the box below to confirm that you are a registered IBM Club Member and therefore entitled to request tickets/places at the IBM Club Member price.


IBM CLUB MEMBER PLACES

NON IBM CLUB MEMBER PLACES

CHILD (UNDER 12) FREE PLACES

1) IBM Club accepts no responsibility for your participation in this event.

2) Club Members are IBMers, Spouses/Partners or a nominated Guest (in lieu of Spouse/Partner) and Children under 18.

3) Participant places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

4) Neither IBM or the IBM Club are responsible for tickets that are lost through the mail.

5) A request for tickets represents an agreement on your part to purchase tickets if available. The Club cannot accept any responsibility for changes to your own requirements and all tickets ordered for must be paid for, whether collected or not.

When you click on the SUBMIT button below a confirmation submission message will appear, in place of the Reservation Request Form, on the website page. Once all requests have been received the organiser for this event will send you a confirmation email at which time you are asked to make payment for your places within 5 working days, either by bank transfer or cheque, as per the details in the confirmation email. If payment is not received within 5 working days we reserve the right to cancel your reservation and offer the places to other interested parties.