It offers visitors the opportunity to leave the 'modern world' behind and join motor sport luminaries including Sir Stirling Moss, Richard Attwood, John Surtees and Derek Bell in an unabashed celebration of flat-out wheel-to-wheel racing around a classic racetrack, untouched by the modern world.
Grids of cars offer a glimpse of what racing was like in Goodwood's heyday, with eye-watering values as the classic car 'scene' has taken off again in recent years. To see a grid of Ford GT40s, or Ferrari 250GTOs, heading into Madgewick Corner, their values off the scale - a 250GTO sold in 2013 for over $50 million - is a sight that must be seen to be believed!
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In addition to the facilities highlighted below, we are delighted to also offer:
Make for an extra-special day in the Salvadori as you start the day with a hearty breakfast of bacon and brioche rolls, followed by lunch and rounded off by a traditional afternoon tea…with a twist.
Whether you take a table of 10 in a shared pavilion or privately host your own for 30 people, we provide a delicious four-course lunch and unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks.
Excitement is guaranteed as you watch from the balcony, one of the most desirable vantage points on the circuit. A private garden area also offers magnificent views of the track.
The War Rooms provide a more intimate atmosphere as you are taken back in time to an officers' dinning room, dressed with rich red carpets, oak panel-effect walls and a grand fireplace
Perfect for smaller groups with tables of 10 in a shared pavilion, or if you prefer you may have your own private room for up to 30 guests. With endless drinks and a four course lunch, it provides a brilliant base from which to explore the event.
The War Rooms are located on the inside of the track overlooking the Startline, a perfect spot to view high speed racing before drivers turn into the Madgwick Corner.
These are not just ordinary pavilions, The Officers' Club are set-dressed as an officers’ dining room where you can enjoy a delicious four-course lunch in a setting with like minded recruits.
Guests also have access to the Paddocks, where all the cars and motorcycles are based, which is limited at Revival.
The Officers' Club is overlooking the Startline, with views of the racing either outside from the decking, or inside with plasma screens.
What you can expect:
The Goodwood Mess adds another layer of fun and creative design to the Goodwood Revival, with live performers, a beautifully decorated area and all manner of authentic props from the wartime period.
Perfect for families or groups of friends celebrating a special occasion, it is a shared space with other guests. With endless drinks and a sublime buffet, it provides a brilliant base from which to explore the event.
The Mess is located trackside just past the Startline, with an outdoor space acting as a perfect viewing spot to watch the racing.
The Goodwood Mess package for the Revival includes;
Champagne or spirits will be at an additional cost. Guest also have access to the paddocks and can watch live coverage on plasmas screens.
A splendid setting to base yourself for the day with informal, unallocated seats both inside and out, close to the Lavant Straight where the cars hurtle down towards the tricky Woodcote Corner.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the event and retreat to this informal, private space close to the track action. Celebrate the past in this quintessentially British Army barrack.
The informal atmosphere means you can come and go as you please, relax and enjoy optional food and drink with your partner or friends, all the while enjoying this private hospitality space.