Goodwood Revival Hospitality

The Goodwood Revival, Lord March’s brainchild, is the world’s largest historic revival race meeting reliving the 1950’s and 1960’s in classic cars, fashion and entertainment.

Relive the glory days at the historic Goodwood Motor Circuit.

First held in 1988, The Goodwood Revival is more than a series of classic car races – it’s a leap back in time, a chance to get away from the modern world and revel in the romance of motor racing of bygone days. Soak up this nostalgic atmosphere over the three days of a glorious long weekend in September. Everything is managed in meticulous detail for this historic occasion. The Goodwood Revival features over 200 classic vehicles: 1950’s ice cream vans, 1960’s police cars. Even ambulances, fire tenders and recovery trucks fit the bill!

The lovingly restored circuit is unchanged from its heyday (1948-1966) and great lengths are taken to ensure that everything on-site is exactly as it was including the Goodwood Revival hospitality. From the fashions to the flying machines and the cars to the catering. This is motor racing at its most theatrical, with competitors and enthusiasts dressed in 1950s and 1960s period costume for a weekend of excitement and nostalgia. A great way to entertain your key clients or staff.

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Friday 6th - Sunday 8th September 2024
Goodwood, Sussex
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Supershell Building
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The Supershell Building

This hospitality facility at The Goodwood Revival Meeting is situated overlooking the famous Woodcote Corner, one of the most exciting corners of the circuit, where guests will also enjoy seats in the Woodcote Stand. The elegant Goodwood restaurant setting features a celebrity guest speaker each day and provides a swinging, jovial atmosphere, ideal for client and staff entertaining!

With 17 tables of 10 only, the Supershell Building offers you and your guests a feeling of being part of an exclusive club, whilst enjoying some of the best views of the entire circuit.

Tables of 10 available within The Supershell Building.

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The Salvadori Pavilions

The Goodwood Revival’s premier hospitality facility, located on the inside of the track overlooking the chicane with stunning views of the cars coming down from Woodcote Cormer.  The Salvadori Pavilions are art deco styled pavilions named in honour of Roy Salvadori who took a string of victories at Goodwood in years gone by. Located next to the Goodwood chicane you and your guests are guaranteed to see  all the thrilling action from the garden area in front of this hospitality facility.

There is the option of taking your own private pavilion for groups of 30-40, or tables of 10 in the shared restaurant facility.

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goodwood revival hospitality
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Goodwood Mess

Guests will find thrills and frolics aplenty in The Goodwood Mess! Entertaining reaches new dimensions as guests witness the sights and sounds of some of  history’s most iconic cars as they take their place on the start line. This uniquely themed pavilion is modelled on the Drivers Club and provides an exciting and bustling atmosphere with continuous entertainment and delicious food creating an unforgettable hospitality experience. This is a trackside facility.

Located down by the drivers’ assembly area with views of the start/finish line and with great views all the way to the mighty Madgwick Corner, The Goodwood Mess offers tables for 2 guests upwards.

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The War Rooms

Providing classic entertainment aplenty, the War Room Pavilions are able to offer guests either shared or private hospitality facilities. Trackside viewing just metres from the track overlooking the start/finish line ensures you and your guests don’t miss any of the action whilst first class food and entertainment create this memorable hospitality experience, perfect for staff or client entertaining.

Tables of ten are available in the shared pavilion, whilst for guests of 30 or more private pavilions are available.

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The Officers Club

Guests will truly step back in time in the fantastic Officers Club which is located next to the War Rooms on the inside of the track. Entering the post-war period of Goodwood, guests will enjoy superb food in this restaurant facility which is dressed as an officers’ dining room, creating a unique and memorable hospitality experience. Viewing of all the action is from the trackside garden area.

Private tables of 10 are available within this restaurant facility, whilst smaller numbers may be accommodated on shared tables.

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Goodwood Revival Hospitality

Once through the gates you enter a different era with thousands of visitors lost in a romantic tribute to fifties and early sixties style and fashion. Amazing flying displays celebrating Goodwood’s past as a Battle of Britain airfield, combined with outstanding historic racing has prompted the international press to herald the Revival as “the best motor racing event in the world”. Enjoy the whole atmosphere Goodwood Revival offers for a day, shopping, cooking demonstrations, coffee bars, vintage fashion, vintage Tesco shopping, classic car shows, exhibition area, period style fun fair, auctions, entertainment, fashion shows, champagne bars. This is the glory that is Goodwood Revival  – there really is something for everyone. However, when the revs of a line of classic cars rise and the starter’s flag drops, even the terminally addicted shopper will head out to the circuit to watch the wealth of  racing.

Goodwood Revival Provisional Weekend Schedule:

Friday is official practice day. Similar to a F1 Grand Prix. Performances on Friday establish grid positions for the racing over the weekend.

Saturday is all-day racing (save for one qualifying session for the Royal Automobile Club TT race). Highlights include the hugely popular St Mary’s saloon car race featuring a host of famous drivers. Grand Prix cars, sports cars and motorcycles will also race today. Saturday is Ladies’ Day where fashion is almost as important and every bit as glamorous as the racing (see below).

Sunday is all racing action too, but featuring the sensational one-hour, two-driver and star-studded Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration (for sixties GT cars). Grand Prix cars, sports cars and motorcycles also race today and there will be a second round of the St Mary’s saloon car race.

Dressing up for Goodwood Revival in your hospitality facility?

Although it’s not compulsory to dress up in costume, many clients do and go to great lengths to achieve the 1950’s look.  The  step back into this nostalgic period creates a feeling of being part of the party and the halcyon days of this glamorous time.

Your choice of costume could be a military look, gentrified country style or the 1950’s slick look. Not enough time to prepare? Many men wear a sports jacket and tie. However, I can guarantee that if you dress up you will get more out of your day. This is not the occasion to wear jeans and trainers, you won’t feel comfortable seeing everybody else has made the effort.  However, if you are a hospitality guest at Goodwood Revival, essentially you are allowed to wear most things. It’s great fun to trawl through the inter net to find your outfit for the weekend.