Supercar Sunday

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Start Date and time
7th June 2020
7:00 AM

End Date and time
7th June 2020
12:00 PM

Location
Goodwood Motor Circuit Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0PX

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Breakfast Club FAQs Section One: General Event Information What is Breakfast Club? It’s a no-cost, all welcome motoring show where the visitors and their cars/bikes are the stars. According to a different theme for each event, motoring enthusiast who own cars relevant to the theme can register to have their car displayed on the famous Goodwood Motor Circuit grid, whilst visitors can come along to take a look at the incredible static display and enjoy a hearty Goodwood breakfast. Can I drive my car round the track at Breakfast Club? The display at Breakfast Club is a static display only, so there’s no driving apart from what we hope will be a delightful early-morning run to the Motor Circuit on some of Sussex’s finest roads. If you want to get behind the wheel, check out our Ultimate Driving experiences. When is Breakfast Club? Breakfast Club is held on five Sundays across the event season at Goodwood, on the first Sunday of the month, with breaks during Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival. What are the dates and themes for the 2020 events? March 01: Vee-Power Sunday Vee-Power Sunday makes a welcome return to the calendar for the first time since 2015. Expect to find some of the most sonorous and exciting cars the world has ever seen as we collect anything with a ‘V’ under the bonnet. Yes, that’s right, anything from a Vee-Twin to a V12 is eligible for this Sunday celebration of opposed cylinders. May 03: Everything but the Car Sunday A day for the truly weird, wacky and wonderful to head down to Goodwood. We will showcase the true variety found in the automotive world, from bikes to trucks, buses to tanks, even three-wheelers are allowed. Anything goes this Sunday, as long as it isn’t a four-wheeled car. June 07: Supercar Sunday Where would Goodwood’s Breakfast Club season be without a Supercar Sunday? This is our celebration of the pinnacles of motoring, the fastest, most glamourous and expensive cars the world has ever seen, all descending onto the Goodwood Motor Circuit for your viewing pleasure. August 02: Classic Car Sunday A morning to celebrate the greatest cars of the past. We want anything from ordinary family saloons, to the mightiest of supercars – as long as they were made before 1980. We will fill the Goodwood Motor Circuit with tax-exempt cars and bikes of all types, shapes, sizes and speeds. November: TBC Where is Breakfast Club held/How do I get there? Breakfast Club takes place at Goodwood Motor Circuit on the Goodwood Estate in West Sussex. For directions please visit www.goodwood.com/BreakfastClub Please arrive and leave with due respect to local residents and speed limits. Please pay attention to instructions from the marshals and do not drive recklessly. What time is Breakfast Club? Public car parks open at 6.30am for each Breakfast Club event. Entry to the event is from 7.00am and the event finishes at 12 noon. If you arrive before the gates open at 7am you will be asked to wait in the car park – please do not congregate along the roads leading to the Motor Circuit as this is dangerous. Please respect and follow the Marshals instructions. What is there to do at Breakfast Club? For each event, there is a display of cars and bikes relevant to the theme on static display on the Motor Circuit. You will be able to walk the grid and view the amazing selection of cars in close proximity. As well as the grid display, there is also the opportunity to try your hand at our Ultimate Driving products, and view the event from above with a helicopter ride (subject to weather). We also have a range of event partners and exhibitors. What breakfast options are there? There are a number of different breakfast options available at Breakfast Club events to make sure that you are fuelled and ready to explore the display. You can tuck into a delicious full-English with Goodwood produce at the Jackie Stewart Pavilion (£15pp). The Old Control Tower Café is also open and serves everything from coffee to bacon baps. If you want to grab and go, then visit one of the Goodwood Organic concessions, or one of our other suppliers serving coffee, porridge and everything in-between. Where can I park? On arrival at Breakfast Club please follow the yellow event signs to get to the nearest public car park. All car parks are free. You will be directed by marshals, please follow their instructions closely and drive with due care and respect for other visitors and local residents. Weather permitted, we have put in place a wet ground parking plan to ensure our customers have an enjoyable and risk-free experience. In the event of waterlogged car parks, Breakfast Club guests will be directed to car parks 8 & 9 at Goodwood Racecourse, which is only a couple of minutes up the road and then taken directly to the event via shuttle buses free of charge. *Please note; you will be notified whether we will run wet or dry surface parking in the pre-event email sent the day before the event. What disabled access is available? Vehicles that display a valid Disabled Badge can access the Motor Circuit site with proximity parking offered approximately 50 metres from the main grid. There is level tarmac between this area of parking and the grid. Disabled toilet facilities are available in the Jackie Stewart Pavilion, which is also fully equipped with a disabled lift to enable guests to enjoy a seated breakfast on the first floor with excellent views of the grid. Breakfast is served in the Jackie Stewart Pavilion between 0700hrs and 1030hrs with no bookings – early arrival is advised. Can I take photos? Yes of course! Please make sure you share them with us and other Breakfast Club enthusiasts on our Facebook page – we often have prizes for the best photos from each event. We kindly ask that you do not congregate at the side of the roads on approach to the Motor Circuit to take photos as this is dangerous. Please respect and follow instructions from the Marshals. Can I touch/get into the cars? We kindly ask that unless specifically invited to do so by the owner, you do not touch or get into any of the cars on the grid. Section Two: Display of cars on the grid Do I have to register my car for display or can I just come along? You can do either. If you have a car that fits one of our themes then please do consider registering it to be displayed on the grid. If you don’t, then please come along as a visitor to enjoy the display and a delicious Goodwood breakfast. Please note, you will be required to sign up for a free ticket in order to gain entry to the event. Please do this at www.goodwood.com/BreakfastClub Do I need to sign up to attend if I’ve registered my car? Each site or grid access pass grants access to the event for 2x adults (over 18). If you wish to bring additional guests with you they will need to sign up for visitor tickets separately. How do I register my car to be displayed on the grid? All applications are made through our website. Please visit www.goodwood.com/BreakfastClub to do this. If you don’t already have an account at Goodwood (you haven’t registered or bought any of our event tickets before) you will need to fill in your details. Once you have confirmation of your account by email you will be able to log in through My Goodwood and then add your vehicle/vehicles to your account. At this same point, you will also then be able to register your interest in being considered for on-site access at the various Breakfast Club days. Applications are considered in chronological order so the earlier you apply, the greater chance you have of being successful. Make sure that all your details are complete and correct. Again, if you simply want to come along and join in the fun, you will not need to do this. How do I find out what the themes are and if my car fits? March 01: Vee-Power Sunday Vee-Power Sunday makes a welcome return to the calendar for the first time since 2015. Expect to find some of the most sonorous and exciting cars the world has ever seen as we collect anything with a ‘V’ under the bonnet. Yes, that’s right, anything from a Vee-Twin to a V12 is eligible for this Sunday celebration of opposed cylinders. May 03: Everything but the Car Sunday A day for the truly weird, wacky and wonderful to head down to Goodwood. We will showcase the true variety found in the automotive world, from bikes to trucks, buses to tanks, even three-wheelers are allowed. Anything goes this Sunday, as long as it isn’t a four-wheeled car. June 07: Supercar Sunday Where would Goodwood’s Breakfast Club season be without a Supercar Sunday? This is our celebration of the pinnacles of motoring, the fastest, most glamourous and expensive cars the world has ever seen, all descending onto the Goodwood Motor Circuit for your viewing pleasure. August 02: Classic Car Sunday A morning to celebrate the greatest cars of the past. We want anything from ordinary family saloons, to the mightiest of supercars – as long as they were made before 1980. We will fill the Goodwood Motor Circuit with tax-exempt cars and bikes of all types, shapes, sizes and speeds. November: TBC If you think you have a car that fits one of these themes then please pre-register it. If you are unsure then get in touch with us via our Facebook page. What is a site access pass? A site pass means your car has been accepted to form part of the display. This pass grants you access to the Motor Circuit where you will be directed to park in the general track area or in the Paddock area by our Marshals. Please pay close attention to their instructions and park only where directed to do so. You MUST print out your pass and fully display it in your windscreen on the day of the event to gain access to the Motor Circuit. What is a grid access pass? Cars of special interest, rarity, or the most special within the theme may be chosen for display on the Grid area of the Motor Circuit. This pass grants you access to the Motor Circuit where you will be directed to park on the Grid by our Marshals. Please pay close attention to their instructions and park only where directed to do so. You MUST print out your pass and fully display it in your windscreen on the day of the event to gain access to the Motor Circuit. What if I forget my pass on the day? Please ensure that you print out your site or grid pass and in good time and keep it with your vehicle. It must be clearly displayed on your windscreen to gain access. The Marshals will only allow access to vehicles with these passes and if you forget yours you will not be granted access to the site. My car has been declined from grid/site access – what do I do? We receive thousands of applications for Breakfast Club but only have a limited number of spaces available on the Circuit. Please make sure you apply only to events that are relevant to your vehicle. We consider applications in chronological order and are always focussed on choosing a fantastic mix to demonstrate the theme. If your car has been declined, please do still sign-up to come along to the event, there is public parking available opposite the main entry gates. I have been successful – what do I do now? Please ensure you print out and display your access pass well in advance – it’s critical that you have this with you on the day. Then why not share with us on Facebook your preparation in the run up to the event? Then all you need to do is get your car ready and turn up! Each car registered on the grid grants access for 2 adults (over 18). If you are bringing additional guests with you, please make sure they have signed up for a free ticket to the event at www.goodwood.com/BreakfastClub I am having a problem registering my vehicle. What do I do? If you already have an account with all details included, you shouldn’t have any problem using your email address and your password to gain access to My Goodwood, where you can add/edit/delete vehicles and apply for your chosen event/s. If you don’t already have a Goodwood account, please click visit www.goodwood.com/BreakfastClub and follow the links to “Register your Vehicle” as you will need to set this up. If you are having issues with registering your vehicle, please fill out this form. Please note: Our system links to the DVLA website so if your car has been registered/changed hands very recently or has a foreign or no registration plate, you will have to contact us to make an application on your behalf. *Please upload images no larger than 800 x 600 psi* Our email address is: breakfast.club@goodwood.com Please use the above email for all communication regarding Breakfast Club and we very much look forward to seeing you during our 2019 season! Section Three: Ticketing process Do I need a ticket for Breakfast Club? Yes, you are required to sign-up in advance of each Breakfast Club to receive your free ticket to the event. Please note there is no charge for this. Each ticket sign up allows access to the site for 2x adults (over 18). Children are not required to sign up for a ticket, but must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Please note you will not be sent a physical ticket for the event, but you must print out your confirmation email and bring it with you on the day to gain access to the event. Why do I now need to sign up to attend Breakfast Club? In order to make sure that everyone who attends have an enjoyable and, most importantly, safe experience we need to be aware of the number and details or visitors that are on-site, and ensure that we don’t exceed the maximum number of visitors that the site and traffic management network can safely permit. We have made this decision in conjunction with our event operations teams and the local council. I’m a GRRC member – do I still need to sign up for a ticket? Yes. Breakfast Club is a public event and therefore GRRC members will still need to ensure that they have signed up for a free ticket to gain access to the event. You will also need to pre-register your car if you wish it to be considered for display on the grid. You cannot gain access to the site via your GRRC sticker and will need to have a valid grid or site pass for this. You can do both of these things via your MyGoodwood account. Is there a cost to attend? No. Breakfast Club remains a free event both to attend and bring a car to. All parking is also free. The only cost is if you wish to purchase a tasty breakfast on the day. Ahead of each Breakfast Club an allocation of free tickets will be made available and you will just need to sign up in advance to secure your place. Can I still get into the event on the day if I don’t sign up to attend? We encourage you to make sure you sign up for free tickets ahead of the event to make sure that you are guaranteed access. We cannot guarantee to be able to let people into the site once we have hit our safe capacity for the day. How many people can I sign up for a ticket for? You will be able to sign up for tickets for two adults to attend each Breakfast Club. This is due to the huge popularity of the events. Under-18s are not required to have a ticket but must be accompanied by a responsible adult. If you wish to bring friends or family with you who are over 18 they will need to sign up for a separate ticket to grant access to the event for 2 adults. Can I bring children with me? Yes. Under-18s are welcome to attend Breakfast Club – it’s a lovely family day out. Can I bring a dog with me? Yes, dogs are welcome at Breakfast Club – please ensure that they are on a lead, and that you clean up after them. We request that no dogs are left in unattended cars either in the car park or on the Motor Circuit site. Do I need to sign up for each event? Yes. You will need to sign up for a ticket for each event you wish to attend. The allocation of free tickets will be made available ahead of each event and an email will go out to previous attendees to let you know. Make sure you are always notified by signing up to our newsletter or by following us on Facebook. Will you tell me when I can get tickets for other events? Yes, make sure you are always notified by signing up to our newsletter or by following us on Facebook. What is the capacity of each Breakfast Club? There are 8,000 free tickets available for visitors wishing to attend each Breakfast Club event. We cap the free tickets available at this number to minimize the risk of overcrowding and to ensure we have proper health and safety measures in place.

Car

Car required to attend
BRING WHATEVER WHEELS YOU LIKE

Weather forecast
Clear

Teacher

Convoy instructions
Have a blast round goodwood by arranging a convoy on Car Huddle

Power Station

Nearest V Power Station
Show

Cost

Cost
£0.00

Organiser
Purso

URL
https://www.goodwood.com/motorsport/breakfast-club/sign-up/update-sign-up/

EXTRA INFO
What is Breakfast Club? It’s a no-cost, all-welcome motoring show where the visitors and their machines are the stars. There’s no driving – apart from what we hope will be a delightful early-morning run to the circuit on some of Sussex’s finest roads. All visitors to the event will need to either pre-register a vehicle or sign up for a free ticket. Please see below for more information. Why join us in 2020? Free to attend Free To Attend That's right, the Goodwood Breakfast Club is a no-cost, all-welcome motoring show where the visitors and their machines are the stars of the show. FREE TICKET Incredible cars Incredible Cars From the latest supercars to just about any kind of motorised transport, take advantage of the close proximity you'll get to the vehicles on show. Retail therapy Retail Therapy Take a break from the action on the historic Goodwood Motor Circuit and explore our range of exhibitors sharing their products that fuel your passion! Hearty English breakfast Hearty English Breakfast There's so much to see and enjoy so start your day in true British style with a great full English breakfast at the Jackie Stewart Pavilion. Event tickets Breakfast Club is free to attend, but to make sure you are granted access please sign up for a free ticket ahead of each event. Please note: Admission tickets for each event will be made available approximately four weeks in advance – sign up to our ticket alerts to be notified first. You can register your car for display at any time during the year


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