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Lord March announces dates for the 2007 Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival

Lord March announces dates for the 2007 Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival  
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on 11/10/2006



The Earl of March – patron of the Goodwood Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival – is delighted to announce today the confirmed dates in 2007 for these important annual events. The Festival of Speed will take place over the weekend of 22.23.24 June.


It will be the 15th running of this popular international motor sport event and promises to be packed with action and excitement as the world’s most glamorous racing machinery and famous drivers gather together in the grounds of Goodwood House. The theme for this hill climb event is currently under discussion and will be announced later this year.

The Goodwood Revival is a magical step back in time, and in 2007 will be held over the weekend of 31 August to 2 September. The Revival celebrates the halcyon days of motor racing as it used to be in its heyday up to 1966, with all of the accompanying spectacle and glamour of the era, with competitors and spectators alike dressed in period fashions.

Both 2007 Goodwood motor sport events promise an exceptional selection of the best machinery on the planet with a spectacular array of cars and motorcycles, plus fabulous star drivers and riders to thrill the crowds throughout the three days of both of these stunning events.

Watch this space for the latest news of these increasingly successful and delightful historic sporting and social weekends, with something for everyone!

As in previous years, admission to both of these Goodwood motor sport events will be strictly by advance ticket only, with sales commencing from Wednesday 1st November 2006.



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