Goodwood Revival 2023

The sun shone on visitors for another Goodwood Revival weekend, with the usual selection of vintage cars and iconic fashion to enjoy.

It was great to be part of this fantastic event once again.

Photo Credit: Miles Lacey

Photo Credit: Miles Lacey

The event first ran in 1998 when the Earl of March bought motor racing back to Goodwood for the first time since its closure in 1966.  It has now become one of the biggest historic motor sport events in the world.  Celebrating the glamour and romance of bygone days Goodwood Revival has become a staple in visitors calendars, who enjoy this wonderful step back in time.

We love the wide range of historic and classic cars that race during the course of the weekend.  Some of the finest drivers create this amazing spectacle across the Goodwood circuit.  In addition to the racing there is the opportunity for anyone to book their classic car in, so there is a whole car park full of cars to admire.

The weekend is open by historic aircraft flying past the Goodwood circuit.  With a wide range of vintage aircraft on display in the Freddie March Spirit of Aviation area, visitors are able to get up close to these magnificent machine.  Our favourite has to be the Spitfire of course.

The essence of the 40s, 50s and 60s is celebrated through fashion too, and visitors aim to please by dressing in a variety of vintage and iconic fashion styles.  The range of costumes on display is most impressive and you really do have to get involved to really feel part of the day.  And we are not ones to shy away from the challenge!

At the end of the day the connection to motor racing is clear for Zero West with our CR-2 and LS-2 watches that celebrate very different moments in motor sport history.  That is why watching the beautiful classic cars racing around this famous motor circuit has to be the best part of the weekend for us.

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