Every year in September, delighted motor sports enthusiasts come together at the Goodwood Revival – the legendary vintage car event.
At the heart of the three-day event outside Chichester (UK), is the Goodwood Motor Circuit, a race course that was in use from 1948 to 1966. In memory of that era, the Goodwood Revival was launched in 1998: the only racing cars, motorbikes and aeroplanes allowed to participate must be from the forties, fifties and sixties. Visitors also celebrate the journey into the past, and it is considered good form to turn up in the appropriate vintage outfit. The owner of Goodwood and organizer of the event, is the world renowned photographer and Leica fan, Lord March.
For the second year running, Leica is a partner of the Goodwood Revival. From September 11 to 13, the company will have its own stand presenting various photographic highlights and including a vintage-style photo studio. In addition to an exhibition of historic Leica M cameras and binoculars, participants can try out products from the company's current portfolio for free. In addition, visitors can have their picture taken in their extravagant clothing by a professional photographer. The photo studio will be open each day of the event from 10:30am to 7pm.
Further information about the Goodwood Revival at: Goodwood Revival