RAC TT Celebration Race Highlights; Goodwood Revival 2013
The RAC TT Celebration Race at the Goodwood Revival never fails to thrill and wow the crowds as millions of pounds worth of classic racing machinery is put through its paces around the historic circuit. This years event was plagued by bad weather and difficult conditions but as ever, a field of world-class drivers showed everyone how it was done. Please comment or subscribe for more videos from this fabulous event.
RAC TT Celebration Goodwood Revival 2011
With a grid of the rarest cars in the world and a combined value of more than £200 Million what started as an exciting race became chaos as torrential rain hit the circuit as the driver changes began. Out in front, Kenny Brack and Le Mans legend Tom Kristensen stayed out of trouble to come home first. In Nick Mason's beautiful Ferrari 250 GTO, Mark Hales and Martin Brundle climbed to second but after a perfectly timed pit stop and a stunning drive, Joe Colasacco and Derek Hill took the third step on the podium in the unique Maserati Tipo 151.
Royal Automobile Club Tourist Trophy (RAC TT) Celebration Race, Goodwood Revival 2012
The Blue Riband event at Goodwood every year never fails to disappoint and the RAC TT celebration race thundered into 2012 with a grid of cars representing over £100 Million pounds ready to be raced harder than ever. Despite some contenders occupied by the Shelby Cup and 250 GTO Parade a thrilling line-up of quintessential period race cars was present such as the Maserati 151 duo, a myriad of Jaguar E -Types, Ferrari 250's of almost every incarnation and Aston Martin DB's. In a race un-plagued by the torrential rain of last year Britain's offerings fought through safety-cars and crashes such as that of Joe Colasacco in the Maserati Tipo 151 to finish a Jaguar one, two, three in the hands of Adrian Newey and Martin Brundle, John Young and Bobby Verdon Roe and Joaquin Folch-Rusinol and Tiff Needell respectively.
Goodwood 73rd Members Meeting 2015
The Goodwood 73rd Members Meeting was held on 21 and 22 March. The Members Meeting can be compared to the Goodwood Revival but without the aeroplanes, without the 1950ies and 1960ies style dressed up people... and without any crowding. The Members Meetings also contain elements of the Festival of Speed since also more modern and very modern racing cars burn rubber on the track! The 2015 edition was a worthy successor to the 2014 72nd edition with much 'fresh metal and carbon' to admire in the paddocks and on the track. This video contains two days crammed into 16 minutes. Including the Saturday evening party! My apologies for that the footage is a bit shaky at times... It was quite cold and that is an understatement!