2020 Goodwood Festival of Speed, Revival and 78MM dates announced
The 2019 Goodwood motorsport events season has sadly come to a close. But, rather than dwelling on the end of an amazing summer of wonderful events, we at GRR choose to look forward and begin anticipating what’s in store in 2020.
Fortunately we’re delighted to be able to bring you the dates to all three of our motorsport events for next year right now, that’s the Goodwood Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard, the Goodwood Revival and the 78th Goodwood Members’ Meeting. All of which are set to create a spectacular triumvirate of motorsport to begin the new decade.
Beginning the season in March will the 78th Members’ Meeting. The sixth of Goodwood’s revived club events will take place on 28th-29th March with what’s set to be an awesome line-up of races and high-speed demos to begin the motorsport season in style.
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July will see the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard return for its 28th running, as the world’s biggest motorsport garden party takes over the Goodwood estate once more. More will be announced about the theme of next year’s event over the coming months, but it’s set to be spectacular as always, with the event taking place over four days from July 9th-12th.
This year’s Festival saw an incredible new layout bring even more astonishing entertainment to the crowds, who remain as ever hungry for as much tyre-shredding, history-reliving, motorsport as we can cram into one weekend. The new Arena presented by Forza Horizons 4: Lego Speed Champions and a re-energised and expanded GAS arena brought a new dynamic to the Festival, while a new layout for the First Glance and Supercar paddock brought some of the world’s best metal even closer to the masses.
Ending the season in style, and this year with a bang, will be the Goodwood Revival, which retains its spot on the second weekend in September as the closing event of the historic motorsport summer. The 2020 Revival will take over the Goodwood Motor Circuit from September 11th-13th filled with all the usual incredible races and astonishing vintage action.
With this year’s Revival setting the racing bar higher than ever and with an astonishing array of festivities including a celebration of the Beetles famous Abbey Road studio, 60 years of the Mini and the set of The Italian Job coming to Goodwood, supplementing the track action, we can expect 2020 to hurdle that high bar.
Tickets for the 2020 Festival of Speed and Revival will go on sale to GRRC members at 09:00 on Saturday October 26th, to those part of the GRRC Fellowship at 09:00 on Monday October 28th and to the general public at 09:00 on Monday November 4th. Tickets to the Goodwood Members’ Meeting are on sale now exclusively to GRRC members and members of the GRRC Fellowship. For more information on tickets visit ticketing.goodwood.com.
An impossibly heady mix of cars, stars and motor sport royalty come together over four superb days for the Festival of Speed. The largest event of its kind, the event gathers together the planet’s rarest and most glamorous cars.
The Festival of Speed allows motorsport enthusiasts to get closer to the action than ever before as cars and bikes roar up the 1.16-mile parkland drive, right past Goodwood House. From classic sports cars to the latest Formula 1 machines, Le Mans winners to drag racers and supercars to vintage bikes, nowhere else in the world will you see such a vast array of machines.