Goodwood Revival 2012 Highlights 16-09-12
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Peter Brock: The last studio interview In Pit Lane
I had thought this was already up on YouTube but it appears not. So in
response to those who want to see it once again here is our special
interview show with Brocky recorded on the eve of him leaving for The
Goodwood Revival. Less than 2 weeks later he was gone, killed in a crash
while competing in the Targa West Tarmac Rally in Western Australia.
To this day it's hard to watch this without feeling so sad, and also
wondering just what Brock would be doing now. It'd be something pretty
exciting I would imagine.
Sorry about the quality but it was encoded as a podcast back when podcasts
were really small.
Mercedes-Benz TV: Silver arrows at Goodwood Revival 2012
The revival of an era at the Goodwood Revival Meeting: In 2012 10 original
Silver Arrows from Mercedes-Benz and Auto Union took to the race track -
driven by renowned racing drivers. Among them the motorsport legend: Sir
2010 Goodwood Tourist Trophy.
Some of the best racing we've ever seen from the Goodwood Revival Festival.
The value of the grid adds up to over 1/4 of Billion pounds but you
wouldn't know it the way some of these priceless machines are being thrown
Fantastic racing, crashes, celebrity drivers and some of the most iconic
racing cars from a golden era of motorsport!
Martin Brundle is driving the Ferrari 250 GTO owned by Pink Floyd Drummer,
Nick Mason, who has turned down a 7 figure offer for this car!
Other drivers include BTCC ace, Bobby Verdon-Roe, Martin Brundle, Works
Peuget driver, Nic Minassian and F1 design supremo, Adrian Newey to name
but a few
Freddie March Memorial Trophy Twilight Race, Goodwood Revival 2012
In the spirit of the Goodwood nine hour sports car races of the fifties and
sixties, the 2012 Goodwood Revival played host to some of the finest
European and American race cars in the thrilling Freddie March Memorial
Trophy race. This two driver, ninety minute twilight race echoed intense
battles between Jaguar C-Types, Aston Martins and Austin Healeys on classic
period tracks including Le Mans and was won by Alex Buncombe and John Young
in The Jaguar Heritage Racing C-Type, followed closely by the Cooper
Bristol Mk2 of John Ure and Nick Wigely. Rounding off the top three were
Peter Snowdon and Adrian Willmott in an Austin-Healy 100S.
Dan Gurney Tribute Parade, Goodwood Revival 2012
To celebrate the incredible life and career of the hugely charismatic Dan
Gurney, the 2012 Goodwood Revival featured a re-birth of the "Dan Gurney
for President" campaign and a tribute parade of some of his most famous
race cars. Ranging from a Lotus Cortina to his own AAR Eagle-Weslake, one
of the most beautiful open wheel racers ever built it was truly a fitting
way to thank the great man for the entertainment his passion for
motor-racing has given us.