Goodwood Revival 2010, St Mary's Trophy, Race One
Race one of the St Mary's Trophy for saloon cars raced between 1950 and
1959. Martin Brundle was the highlight of the race for me, moving up from
4th place to challenge for the lead in his Austin A35 (car# 1), before
contact with the leader punctured a tyre and ultimately put him out of the
race. His efforts were more than appreciated by the crowd though! Tom
Kristensen took the victory in his first visit to the Revival (driving an
Austin A95 Westminster), after a good race with Patrick Watts (in the Volvo
Amazon 122S) was cut short by mechanical failure.
Goodwood Revival 2010 - Whitsun Trophy - Spectacular driving sports/racing prototypes.
Video by http://www.ClassicarGarage.nl - Goodwood Revival meeting 2010.
Whitsun Trophy - Saturday September 18th. Sports and racing prototypes 1963
until 1966. Very spectacular cars with fantastic engine sound!
1. (Number 98) Andrew Smith, Lola-Chevrolet T70 Spyder
2. (Number 36) Roger Wills, McLaren-Chevrolet M1B
3. Martin Stretton, Lola-Chevrolet T70 Spyder
Ford GT40 Crash Goodwood Revival 2010
On the second lap at St Mary's corner Shaun Lynn in the Ford GT40 span and
came to a stop on the track where he was hit by the Lola Chevrolet T70
Syder of Paul Knapfield. The Ford continued but the rear pannels of the
Lola were so badly damaged he was forced to retire. Please see my other
videos from the Goodwood Revival.
Goodwood Press Launch 2010
http://www.ukmotortalk.co.uk - Brief highlights from UKMotorTalk's day at
the launch of the 2010 Goodwood motor sport events, the Goodwood Festival
of Speed, and the Goodwood Revival.
We follow UKMT's own Graham Benge as he rides in some of the world's most
exciting cars, including the new Ferrari California and electric Tesla.
Graham was at the event to produce live and recorded pieces for a number of
local and regional radio stations, short excerpts of which we hear!
Music: "Pulse Rock" by Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com)
For more information visit www.ukmotortalk.co.uk
Goodwood Revival meeting 2010 - collision, crash - narrow escape - spectacular driving!
Video by http://www.ClassicarGarage.nl Saturday September 18 2:50 PM -
During the Freddy March Memorial Trophy this Jaguar C-type driver had a
'slippery moment'. It looks like the Ferrari 166 MM just barely escapes a
severe crash. Looking closely at the video it seems that the Ferrari
touched the C-type with the left front into the driver door... Remember
these classic racers are worth millions!
VIVA VELOCE! - The passion for speed @ Goodwood Festival of Speed 2010
Selection of authors of Veloce books sharing their enthusiasm for
motorsport and all things Alfa Romeo.
'Viva Veloce - The passion for speed' (Goodwood FOS 2010 theme) celebrating
Italy's all-consuming fascination with motor racing, and its global
influence on the sport.
Ed McDonough was born in the USA but has lived in the UK and France for
many years. He has raced saloons, sports cars and single seaters from the
late 1950s, and took part in the World Championship Sports car Races in the
1970s at a time when the Alfa Romeo Tipo 33s were competing. He was UK
Chairman of the Alfa Romeo Owners Club for 10 years, still competes in
historic races, and is European Editor of Vintage Racecar Journal, and
contributes to Autocollezioni , Auto Italia, Porsche Post and other
journals. He specializes in track testing some of the rarest and most
exotic historic racing cars.
Chas Parker is a motorsport writer who began his working life in the field
of astronomy, as press officer for the Royal Greenwich Observatory. During
this time he obtained a degree in mathematics and physics from the Open
University. He has contributed to the Philips Encyclopaedia of Astronomy
and Patrick Moore's Yearbook of Astronomy. His main interest, however, is
motor racing, and he spent many years taking photographs at different
racing circuits around the UK, amassing a collection of many thousands of
colour transparencies. For some time he has worked as a sub-editor for
Motorsport News, and also reports on events such as the Goodwood Revival
meeting and Festival of Speed. Endurance Racing at Silverstone in the 70s &
80s is his fourth book.
Keith Booker has not been without an Alfa Romeo since 1979, and has been an
Alfa Romeo Owners Club member for 23 years, serving a stint as director. He
is the author of Alfa Romeo Giulia GT Coupes The Essential Buyer s Guide
by Veloce. He also contributes regularly to motoring publications
worldwide.Jim Talbott is the Events Co-ordinator for the Alfa Romeo Owners
Club and has served on the club s National Committee for 13 years. An owner
of Alfas since 1972, he has a keen interest in motor sport, particularly
historics and touring cars.
Johnny Tipler is an international motoring journalist and author, with over
30 books published on a variety of sports-orientated subjects. He ran the
JPS Motorsport press office for three years, chronicling the fortunes of
Team Lotus and Players sponsored events. Johnny was also an associate of
the Motor Industry Research Unit, deputy editor of Restoring Classic Cars,
sub-editor on CarWeek from 1993-1995, and features editor on Land Rover
Owner International in 1996. He has contributed regularly to 911 & Porsche
World, Land Rover Owner, Octane, and Lotus Club International magazines.
His features have included 'drive' stories, interviews with key industry
figures, sporting events (eg Carrera Panamericana), buying guides, and
historical articles on important vehicles.
While at school in Northampton-shire, Anthony Carter's lifelong passion for
motor racing was fired by the distant sounds of BRM V16 racing cars being
tested at the team's nearby Bourne base. A trip to Silverstone with his
school friends in 1954 sealed his enthusiasm, whilst national service in
Germany enabled him to visit the Grand Prix at the Nurburgring in 1956.
A career in London's insurance industry, while he was living in Kent,
allowed Anthony to visit motor races at home and abroad whenever the
Tom Falconer bought his first C2 Corvette in 1971, and has owned and driven
them for forty years. His first '66 was bought while studying architecture
at Newcastle University, where he started Claremont Corvette in 1977,
specialising in parts, servicing, sales and restoration. The company moved
to Kent in 1986.
Repairing, restoring, and road-testing Corvettes daily gives Tom a unique
insight and experience as an author. He has written nine books on the
Corvette, and is a columnist for magazines on both sides of the Atlantic.
His current Corvette is a 1964 convertible, restored by Claremont in 2003.
Goodwood Revival 2010 - Richmond Trophy - Grand Prix cars 1948-1960
Video by http://www.ClassicarGarage.nl - Goodwood Revival meeting 2010.
Richmont Trophy - Sunday September 19th. Front engined Grand Prix cars of a
type that raced from 1948 until 1960.
1. (Number 5) Gary Pearson, BRM Type 25
2. (Number 99) Barrie Williams, Ferguson Project 99
3. (Number 12) Richard Attwood, Ferrari 246 Dino
RAC TT Classic Sportscar Race Goodwood Revival 2010
This was filmed at the one hour, two driver race for closed cockpit GT cars
of a type that raced from 1960 to 1964 at the 2010 Goodwood Revival. It was
won by Jean-Marc Guonon and Peter Hardman in the Ferrari 250 GTO/64. You
can watch Guonon's celebratory donuts in another of my videos. Please check
out my channel for more videos from this event.