Goodwood Revival 2015 - Brooklands Trophy
Goodwood Revival 2015 - Brooklands Trophy

Goodwood Revival 2015 – Brooklands Trophy Photos

The Brooklands Trophy race at the Goodwood Revival 2015 was held 11-13 September at the 2.4-mile Goodwood Motor Circuit in West Sussex, England. Staged for sports cars in the spirit of the great endurance races at Brooklands prior to 1939, this year’s Revival recalled the early days of motorsport in Britain when endurance racing flourished on Brooklands iconic high-speed banking.

The 2015 Brooklands Trophy race saw Alfa Romeos, Aston Martins, Bentleys and BMWs take on the high-speed Goodwood circuit, with no shortage of bravery from the unsecured pilots as they raced their high-speed, prewar machines. An ecstatic Neil Twyman took victory at this year’s Goodwood Revival. Having started his Alfa Romeo 8C 2600 ‘Muletto’ on the second row of the grid, the Potters Bar-based Twyman reckoned that he was able to make the most of a safety-car period, taking Gareth Burnett’s Talbot AV105 shortly afterwards. It was his first victory at Goodwood “and the best win I have ever had.” The crowds certainly appreciated his efforts with a huge ovation.

Burnett, who was fastest in practice by a massive four seconds, closely followed to the chequered flag, finishing just over a second behind. The result reflected Burnett’s position in this race two years ago as did the third place of Patrick Blakeney-Edwards’ Frazer Nash ‘The Owlett’, the saloon body of which belied its speed.

Similar to RAC Tourist Trophy, Sussex Trophy, Lavant Cup, Freddie March Trophy, St Mary’s Trophy and Whitsun Trophy, Senior Photographer Tim Scott also documented the Brooklands Trophy race at the the 2015 Goodwood Revival for sports cars in the spirit of the great endurance races at Brooklands prior to 1939. To see more from Tim, visit fluidimages.co.uk.

Goodwood Revival 2015 – Brooklands Trophy Photo Gallery (click image for larger picture)


Goodwood Revival 2015 – Brooklands Trophy Race Results

1. Neil Twyman, 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2600 ‘Muletto’
2. Gareth Burnett, 1931 Talbot AV105
3. Patrick Blakeney-Edwards, 1928 Frazer Nash Saloon
4. Duncan Ricketts, 1931 Maserati Tipo 26M
5. Albert Otten, 1939 BMW 328

[Source: Goodwood; photos: Tim Scott / Fluid Images]

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  1. Definitely not a fan of this new layout, it must have some advantage for you but I didn’t bother going beyond page 4. For years I’ve looked forward to Thursday’s email for the photographs and I always spend an hour or more studying them closely, please don’t make this permanent.