Goodwood Revival always proves to be the top event of the season. It is big and it is crowded but the quality of machinery and the quality of the racing is second to none. Our weekend was trouble free for the most part. The BMW 1800ti although not as quick as some of the others performed admirably. Darren Turner had a fairly lonely race finishing 15th on the Saturday. For the ever popular Settrington Cup we had Annabel Lawson at the wheel who thoroughly enjoyed herself. Can’t wait for March and for the 74th Members Meeting.
Another Goodwood Revival has passed and once again it has proved to be an excellent event. We were supporting Roger Wills in the Gaz Volga again this year and we finished all sessions on track without a single issue. Tom Chilton was a gentleman and very much enjoyed hustling the Soviet iron qualifying 22nd. Roger Wills took over in the afternoon and knocked 3 seconds off Tom’s lap time qualifying in 14th. Tom took to the challenge and knocked another five tenths off of Roger’s time finishing in 14th. Roger was out on the Sunday and knocked another four tenths off Tom’s best lap time to finish 12th. The pair finished 9th overall on aggregate. For the Settrington Cup we had Ian Burford’s son Aston peddling the J40. You may have heard Astons interview on Goodwood Radio. It was a great weekend for all involved, the sun was shining and the car performed brilliantly. Bring on 2015.