Lord March has revealed that the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2014 will run from 26-29 July and the Revival from 12-14 September.
It’s only seems a few weeks since the Goodwood Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival were drawing petrolheads to Sussex for their annual fix of high octane thrills, but now they’re done and dusted for 2013 Lord March has already announced the plans for 2014.
Lord March hasn’t revealed the theme for the 2014 Festival of Speed – although it will be revealed shortly – but you can be sure the Festival will be as action-packed as ever with the best of cars, ancient and modern, thrills and excitement as Goodwood resounds to the sound of the internal combustion engine.
The Goodwood Revival, a motoring step back in time, will be the weekend of 12-14 September 2014, so you’d better start digging out your period clothing and swotting up on the difference between an XK120 and XK150 in time to wallow in petrolhead nostalgia.
Dates for both the Festival of Speed and Revival are provisional and dependant on ratification by the FIA of the 2014 F1 calendar to avoid any clashes.
Despite dates being provisional, tickets go on sale on 31st October, and at the rate they sell out you really need to jump in and secure yours as soon as possible, which you can do from the Goodwood website from the end of the month.