Goodwood is a classic circuit that is currently run in much the same way it always has been. The marshals wear vintage white overalls, and the clubhouse is a tribute to racing legends.
The Goodwood Revival and Festival of Speed are annual highlights. This annual hill climb takes place in the middle of summer on the grounds of Goodwood House, not on the track. It features vintage and current race cars. In 2010, around 176,000 people attended over 4 days.
The Festival of Speed hill climb brought racing back to Goodwood in 1998. The Goodwood Revival is a three-day event conducted in September for vehicles and motorbikes from the old circuit's 1948–1966 era. Retro aircraft add to the vintage feel.
The circuit has few bends, but each one is breath-taking. Fordwater is an extremely quick right kink. Due to the circuit's bumpiness, it's a terrifying turn that deserves attention.
Track days and try-outs are now held on the track. Many people dress up in vintage clothing or elegant historical clothing.