Historic 2014 Goodwood Revival pre-1966 historic motor racing event provisionally scheduled for 12-14 September 2014

Lord March has revealed that the 2014 Goodwood Revival is planned to take place on the weekend of 12-14 September.

The founder of the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival also confirmed the dates for the 2014 Festival of Speed.

The spectacular Goodwood Revival is a step back in time and focuses on pre-1966 motor racing, featuring myriad classic race cars, motorbikes and aeroplanes.

Both spectators and competitors alike are encouraged to dress in attire from appropriate eras, adding to the glamour and appeal of the event.

Motorsport legends including Sir Stirling Moss, Richard Attwood, Derek Bell and John Surtees will be attending the 2014 Revival.

The inclement weather didn't stop people attending this year's event in droves, with highlights including the 50th anniversary of Jim Clark's first world championship.

Tickets will be made available from Goodwood's website at a later date. The Goodwood Estate itself can be found just outside Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 OPX.

Click here to see pictures from this year's Goodwood Revival.

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