The most beautiful hill climb in the world…true car enthusiasts will immediately relate that phrase with Goodwood Revival. This is the one event that all car enthusiasts should attend at least once in their lifetime as a somewhat pilgrimage. After waiting patiently through the year, at long last, the races for the 2019 revival are finally here! Each day of the event will have races that are sure give goosebumps to the avid attendee or first timer. Back in 2015, Via Corsa had the distinct pleasure to attend this prestigious gathering and it only gets better each year. Be sure to click here if you need more info.
This year, the grand and spectacular opening happens on Friday, September 13th, 2019 with the Kinrara Trophy presented by Hackett. In this race you will see closed cockpit, 3.o liter or over, GT type vehicles that raced before 1963 all together on one grid. This a sight to definitely behold since you’ll not see anything like it anywhere else in the world.
Following into Saturday, September 14th, several more races take the spotlight making for a day of awe. The trophies announced are the Fordwater trophy, the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy Part 1, the Goodwood Trophy, St. Mary’s Trophy Part 1, the Glover Trophy, and the Sussex Trophy.
Enter Sunday, September 15th, 2019 where a noble finish tops the event off with the Earl of March Trophy, Richmond and Gordon Trophies, the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy Part 2, the Brooklands Trophy, the Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration, St. Mary’s Trophy Part 2, the Whitsun Trophy, and finally topping off with the Freddie March Memorial Trophy.
With utter conviction and certainty, we highly recommend this event to all car lovers, enthusiasts and gear heads alike to go at least once in your lifetime. We can’t wait to go again! (Featured Image Photo Credit: Goodwood Revival 2019 Website)