The Goodwood motor circuit in Chichester is the place to be for motoring enthusiasts this weekend as it hosts the annual Goodwood Revival.
This year's event is a double celebration, marking the 10th anniversary of the Revival meeting itself as well as the 60th anniversary of motor racing at Goodwood.
Over the weekend some important landmarks in the circuit's 60-year history will be celebrated, as will some memorable moments from Revival meetings over the past decade.
One of the highlights will be a parade of men and machines intrinsically linked with the circuit's history. These include Reg Parnell's Maserati 4CLT that dominated the first few meetings and the BRM in which Stirling Moss recorded the first 100mph lap.
Drivers set to take part include Sirs Stirling Moss, Jack Brabham, Jackie Stewart and John Whitmore, who will line up alongside Tony Brooks, Jackie Oliver, Richard Attwood, Derek Bell, Jacky Ickx, John Fitzpatrick, Antony Crook, John Rhodes, Brian Redman and Michael Salmon.
The focus for many will, of course, be the cars themselves. There will be quirky period vehicles ranging from microcars to double-decker caravans, as well as newer models such as the sporty Jaguar XK120 and Porsche 356.
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