Sunday, 24 August 2014

GOODWOOD REVIVAL UPDATE 23-09-14

Goodwood Revival

Goodwood Revival - Just three weeks to go...
You might have seen plenty of classic Aston Martins grace the Goodwood Estate in the past, but we have a James Bond first for you this year in the shape of a Bond villain's aircraft: the helicopter used in Goldfinger, in which the man with the Midas touch travels with his deadly pilot Pussy Galore. The helicopter is sure to be a big hit with fans of the franchise when it appears as part of the Freddie March Spirit of Aviation presented by Eve, which now has all sorts of confirmed aircraft.

We are also so pleased to reveal that we are building a life-sized replica of Stonehenge to mark 50 years since the founding of Britain's Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids. We are always trying to give you original attractions at the Revival and this one is certainly unique.

There are still some tickets available for the Revival but we urge you to act soon to avoid disappointment. Whether you are coming or not, be a part of the event with our Revival Stream - just use #GoodwoodRevival when posting on social media. You'll also find the latest news, videos, photos, competitions and more.

For the all the latest news on this must-see event, please read below. You can also like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for regular updates, news and competitions.
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Goldfinger helicopter to star in Spirit of Aviation display
Goldfinger helicopter to star in Spirit of Aviation display
The helicopter made famous by Pussy Galore in the 1964 James Bond Film Goldfinger will take centre stage at the Freddie March Spirit of Aviation exhibition at Revival. 
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Life-sized Stonehenge replica to be raised at Goodwood
Life-sized Stonehenge replica to be raised at Goodwood
We are celebrating 50 years since the founding of Britain's Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids by building a life-size replica of Stonehenge at Goodwood - it has to be seen to be believed.
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Williams F1 co-founder Patrick head to enter father's racer
Williams F1 co-founder Patrick Head to enter father's racer
For the first time in 40 years, Williams F1 technical chief Patrick Head will be listed as an entrant in a motor race and he will enter the very Cooper Mk2 Jaguar that his father campaigned in - it promises to be a special moment for him and us.
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F1 driver Max Chilton & BTCC stars get their eye in for Revival
F1 driver Max Chilton & BTCC stars get their eye in for Revival
As Revival races up on us again, more and more pro drivers are swapping downforce and slicks for a bit of ‘proper’ historic motorsport testing. We caught up with today’s crop of F1 and BTCC stars, including Belstaff ambassador Max Chilton.
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