All sustainable fuel race schedule confirmed for 2024 Goodwood Revival

All sustainable fuel race schedule confirmed for 2024 Goodwood Revival

All races at the 2024 Goodwood Revival to take place using only sustainable fuel.
A total of 13 races to take place across the weekend.
The Goodwood Revival takes place Friday 6 – Sunday 8 September.
Early bird tickets available at goodwood.com until Tuesday 30 April.


Goodwood has announced the race schedule for the Goodwood Revival, taking place Friday 6 – Sunday 8 September 2024. Confirmation of the race list follows the previous announcement that in 2024, the Goodwood Revival will become the world’s first historic motorsport event to race exclusively with sustainable fuel.


Sussex Trophy – World Championship sportscars from a type that raced from 1955-1960  
Running on Friday evening for the first time in ten years, this 60-minute two-driver race welcomes the likes of the Lotus 15, Lister-Jaguar Knobbly and Ferrari 246S Dino. The Sussex Trophy will run into dusk this year, providing a glorious September sunset as a backdrop to a selection of 1950s to early ‘60s World Championship sportscars going head-to-head, with recent races going right down to wire of the to decide the winner.


Madgwick Cup – Under 2.5-lite sports racing cars from 1955-1960 – RETURNING
Showcasing some of the very best small-engined sports racing cars from 1955 – 1960 and named after possibly the most difficult corner on the Goodwood Motor Circuit, the Madgwick Cup will return to the race schedule after taking a break from the 2023 Goodwood Revival. Attendees can expect to see the likes of the Lotus 11, Lola Mk1 and Cooper Bobtail go into battle.  


Goodwood Trophy – Grand Prix and Voiturette cars from 1930-1951
The Goodwood Revival’s oldest race, the Goodwood Trophy, will welcome an impressive collection of 1930s, ‘40s and ‘50s Grand Prix and Voiturette cars from the likes of ERA, Maserati and Alfa Romeo.  


Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy Part One – Pre-1955 Grand Prix motorcycles
Taking place across the weekend, the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy will hold a battle of pre-1955 Grand Prix motorcycles. Expect to see the likes of the Matchless G80 CS, Vincent Black Shadow and Manx Norton.


Stirling Moss Memorial Trophy - Pre-1963 GT cars
Returning to the Goodwood Revival for the seventh time, the Stirling Moss Memorial Trophy will see an on-track battle for pre-1963 GT cars. A race which is renowned for welcoming some of the most beautiful and valuable cars in the world with the Jaguar E-type, AC Cobra, Aston Martin DB4GT and Ferrari 250 SWB all in action over the weekend.


Whitsun Trophy – Sports-racing prototypes from 1960-1966
Returning as the fastest race of the Goodwood Revival weekend, the Whitsun Trophy will bring together sports-racing prototypes from 1960-1966. Expect to see the likes of the Lola T70 Spyder, McLaren M1B and Ford GT40 as they take the Circuit by storm.


Fordwater Trophy – Production-based sports and GT cars from 1955-1960
At the 2023 Revival, the Fordwater Trophy saw a grid of Porsche 911s compete using sustainable fuel. In 2024, the Fordwater Trophy will return to the Goodwood Revival with a host of production-based sports and GT cars from 1955-1960. The entry list for the Fordwater Trophy will include the Triumph TR3, MGA, Porsche 356 and Jaguar XK140.


St Mary’s Trophy Part One – 1960s saloon cars
Switching up the decade each year, the St Mary’s Trophy will welcome a collection of 1960s saloon cars to the race schedule in 2024. Taking place across the weekend, the race will include iconic saloon cars such as the Lotus Cortina, Ford Galaxie 500 and Alfa Romeo Giulia Spring GTA.


Earl of March Trophy – 500c Formula 3 cars
A firm favourite with the Revival crowds, the Earl of March Trophy welcomes a wonderful sight – and sound – of 500cc Formula 3 cars. Expect to see a wide variety of classics, powered by buzzing 500cc motorcycle engines.


Richmond & Gordon Trophies – 2.5-litre Grand Prix cars from 1954-1960
Celebrating the early days of Formula 1, the Richmond & Gordon Trophies honour and celebrate Grand Prix cars built between 1954-1960. Featuring both front and rear-engined cars, expect to see the Lotus 16, Cooper T53 and Maserati 250F.


RAC TT Celebration – closed-cockpit GT and prototype cars from 1960 to 1964
Arguably the most anticipated race of the weekend and celebrating the period where flagship RAC TT racing was held at Goodwood, the RAC TT Celebration is at the very centre of historic motorsport at Goodwood. Taking to the track will be Jaguar E-Types, AC Cobras and the Bizzarrini 5300GT.


Glover Trophy – 1.5 litre Grand Prix cars from 1961-1965
Gathering Grand Prix cars from the later years celebrated by the Revival, the Glover Trophy will feature the likes of the Lotus 25, BRM P261 and Brabham BT7, honouring legendary racers including Sir Jackie Stewart, Jim Clark and Graham Hill.


Freddie March Memorial Trophy – For cars in the spirit of the Goodwood Nine Hour races
Showcasing a mixture of stunning sportscars from the days of the Goodwood Nine Hour, the Freddie March Memorial Trophy will see the likes of the Jaguar C-Type, Aston Martin DB3S and Allard J2X race into the sunset on Sunday evening. 


Please note that while the races for the Goodwood Revival are confirmed, the schedule is provisional and subject to change. A full timetable and entry list will be available in the final weeks preceding the event.


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