Goodwood organisers reveal dates for the five Breakfast Club events which will run over the next 12 months
22 January 2014

Goodwood has confirmed the dates for its regular Sunday morning meetings this year.

Between May and November, with the exception of July and September, Breakfast Club meetings will run on the first Sunday of the month, from 8am to 12pm.

Admission is free but visitors must pre-register online to ensure entry and a possible parking spot with similarly themed cars. The Breakfast Club events are held at the Goodwood Circuit in West Sussex

Supercar Sunday - 4 May

Soft-top Sunday - 1 June

Thoroughbred Sunday (showing pre-1966 vehicles) - 3 August

Hot Hatch Sunday - 5 October

Vee-Power Sunday (showing V-engined vehicles) - 2 November

Dates for the 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival have also recently been announced.

James Lewis-Barned

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