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21st Goodwood Revival Meeting
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13 Sep 2019 to 15 Sep 2019 07:30 to 18:00
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Location: Goodwood Motor Circuit

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Old 11 Sep 2019, 11:02 (Ref:3927338)   #61
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Seems it’s just the Members Meeting that is exclusive.....
Perhaps this Free live streaming for all is a spin off from all the flak Goodwood copped over the prior events members only approach.
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Old 11 Sep 2019, 11:20 (Ref:3927345)   #62
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Perhaps this Free live streaming for all is a spin off from all the flak Goodwood copped over the prior events members only approach.
To be fair, the MM was always supposed to be an exclusive members only event, whereas joe public can still buy tickets for the Revival and FOS. Restricting the live stream was added as part of that exclusivity.

On the other hand, I could be talking ********
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Old 11 Sep 2019, 19:55 (Ref:3927464)   #63
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Finally got tickets after years of trying!
Where is the best place to park and where is the best place to spectate from?
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Old 11 Sep 2019, 19:58 (Ref:3927466)   #64
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I have posted this elsewhere but can anyone advise where best to park and where best to spectate from.
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Old 12 Sep 2019, 00:53 (Ref:3927507)   #65
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Well Ive raced all of them except Monterey and from my competitor point of view the Revival wins hands down. You are invited with no entry fee, whereas LMC is HOW MUCH? Spa6 going the same way.

Its a big show much of it only loosely to do with motorsport but Charlie March does it better than anyone else. All the extra attractions over the road and around the circuit make all the others pale even the OGP. Oh and despite what many say fewer replicas being raced

I prefer Spa as a circuit, I love racing at night at LMC (although not exactly a testing circuit in a slower car) but Goodwood is special.

Nevertheless as a punter I can understand the cost is high, the viewing could be better and unless you have paddock access via a GRRC member you dont get to see the cars close up.

Pit 300 in an Iso if anyone wants to say hello
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Old 12 Sep 2019, 05:09 (Ref:3927516)   #66
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I have posted this elsewhere but can anyone advise where best to park and where best to spectate from.
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Hi Steve, Iíve moved your question here as it will hopefully attract the attention of the right people and we wonít be duplicating answers. If you read back through the thread there are suggestions from experienced Goodwood attendees about spectating spots.

As for parking, presuming you havenít got a specific pass to take you into a dedicated area, you just follow the signs from whichever direction you approach from. The car parks are specific to which point of the compass that is, and signs start many miles back! Expect quite a hike to the pedestrian entrance unless you get there really early, but from memory in previous years there have been shuttles for those needing assistance.

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Well Ive raced all of them except Monterey and from my competitor point of view the Revival wins hands down. You are invited with no entry fee, whereas LMC is HOW MUCH? Spa6 going the same way.

Its a big show much of it only loosely to do with motorsport but Charlie March does it better than anyone else. All the extra attractions over the road and around the circuit make all the others pale even the OGP. Oh and despite what many say fewer replicas being raced

I prefer Spa as a circuit, I love racing at night at LMC (although not exactly a testing circuit in a slower car) but Goodwood is special.

Nevertheless as a punter I can understand the cost is high, the viewing could be better and unless you have paddock access via a GRRC member you dont get to see the cars close up.

Pit 300 in an Iso if anyone wants to say hello
Got free tickets this year so said Iíd take my old man. Heís been to all the big events but not Goodwood! We shall see what he thinks.

Iíd love to have a look at the Iso. A car on the entry list that intrigued me. Iíll shall pop over and say hello tomorrow..
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Finally got tickets after years of trying!
Where is the best place to park and where is the best place to spectate from?
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You will not usually have any choice of where to park but be prepared for a fair old walk. We all have our favourite spots but for me the best are the exit of Madgwick, the first part of St. Marys and between the Chicane and Woodcote grandstands although this gets very crowded. Well worth walking all round the circuit, especially if you are there for two or three days. Even though parts of the paddock are restricted you can still get close to all the cars and the assembly area and it is full of wonderful things. Get in there early though, it gets very busy later. Despite the size of the crowd most of the banking , beyond the start finish straight, is often quite quiet and the viewing is excellent
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Finally got tickets after years of trying!
Where is the best place to park and where is the best place to spectate from?
Many thanks
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Definitely walk round the track. There is transport (tractor pulled trailers) from Woodcote to Madgwick with stops en route. You might need to queue at busy times. The programme comes with a radio or take your own (87.7FM usually) and there are big screens at various points.

Have a look at the snappers guide on pistonclick to give you an idea what you can see from where. All photos taken from public areas.https://www.pistonclick.com/goodwood
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. There is transport (tractor pulled trailers) from Woodcote to Madgwick with stops en route.https://www.pistonclick.com/goodwood
For a horrible moment I imagined tractor pulling had been added to the programme to "pull" the crowds Now that would really wind up the purists!
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Old 12 Sep 2019, 15:46 (Ref:3927581)   #71
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For a horrible moment I imagined tractor pulling had been added to the programme to "pull" the crowds Now that would really wind up the purists!
Don't give 'em ideas ! Although that might be the only motorsport not to feature at the FoS yet ...
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Old 12 Sep 2019, 17:58 (Ref:3927600)   #72
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Thanks everyone for your input re parking/spectating.
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So much for no replicas at Goodwood with the 250 GTO replica on pole for Kinrara race.

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