Organisers of the historic jamboree in Sussex say spectator tickets are becoming scarce
7 September 2012

Tickets are running out fast for the Goodwood Revival that runs from 14-16 September.

Organisers say a limited amount of tickets are still available for the Friday, but they are selling quickly and tickets have completely sold out for the Saturday and Sunday of the event, which relives the glory days of the Goodwood Motor Circuit from the 1940s-1960s.

The Revival has grown year-on-year to almost match the popularity of the Festival of Speed. Seat specific covered grandstands at the Revival sold out months ago and only a few ‘roving’ tickets remain. All camping and hospitality slots have already been booked up.

Last year the Goodwood Revival achieved a record attendance of 138,000 visitors, prompting the event’s founder Lord March to again cap advanced ticket sales to ensure the Revival doesn’t become too crowded and remains an enjoyable experience for all.

For more details about the Goodwood Revival, visit www.goodwood.com, telephone 011243 755055 or e-mail ticket.office@goodwood.com.

David Bond

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