The 2019 edition of the Goodwood Revival was staged September 13-15 at the Goodwood Motor Circuit in West Sussex, England. The Revival is the world’s largest and most celebrated historic motor racing and vintage culture event, bringing back to life Goodwood Motor Circuit’s glory days as an active race track from 1948-66.
The amazing collection of vintage race cars dueling on the 7-turn, 2.4-mile Circuit was undoubtedly the main draw at the Revival Meeting, yet it’s the little details curated by the Duke of Richmond and his team that make this event the best. Since its beginning, fashion has long been an integral part of the annual historic motor racing event, with most attendees dressing in period attire from the 1940s, ‘50s and ‘60s for the occasion. The Goodwood Revival 2019 was a virtual step back in time and a chance for participants and spectators to take in the romance and theatre of motor racing as it used to be.
In addition to our first gallery, Michael DiPleco also documented the action at the 2019 Goodwood Revival. His extensive Goodwood coverage begins with a stunning gallery that gives a wonderful ‘Behind the Scenes’ look at this year’s event.
Goodwood Revival 2019 – Behind the Scenes Photo Gallery (photos: Michael DiPleco)
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Without a doubt, my favorite photo album of the year! Thank you for bringing us Goodwood every year! If I ever when the lotto, that is going to be my first big “car” trip!!
Great album, amazing atmosphere. If I can be a pedant for a minute. The P51 on page 3 is actually called ‘Contrary Mary’ not Country Mary as listed. This beautiful aircraft is owned and maintained by Anglia Aircraft Restorations.
Super pics; a great reminder of a fabulous weekend. It’s not a Submarine Spitfire, by the way, maker’s name should be Supermarine.
Great images of a great event! Well done, Michael.