2012 Breakfast Club menu announced

| 4 Jan 2012

Dates and themes have been announced for Goodwood's popular Breakfast Club meets in 2012. Now in their sixth year and taking place from 8am to midday on the first Sunday of each month, the events will still be free to attend say organisers.

Special themes for 2012 include an all-British vehicle event to celebrate HRH The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, to be held on the Sunday of the long Bank Holiday weekend in early June. 

The 50th anniversaries of many iconic cars - from the Triumph Spitfire and MGB, through to the AC Cobra and Ferrari 250 GTO - will be marked with a pre-Revival Thoroughbred Sunday meeting on 5 August.

As in previous years, the Breakfast Club meetings will be suspended for July and September when the Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival are held. 

Visitors are encouraged to pre-register their vehicles by e-mailing the Breakfast Club team at cooked@goodwood.com or visiting the dedicated website.


4 March: Tax-Free Sunday - pre-1973 tax-free classics, plus modern eco-friendly vehicles

1 April:  Everything but the Car - 'bikes, trucks, tractors, vans, aircraft... anything with an engine except a regular passenger car!

6 May:  Super Car Sunday - the ultimate high-performance machines, cars and 'bikes

3 June: Rule Britannia - British vehicles of all ages to celebrate HRH The Queen's Jubilee, with a Pit Lane street party, and best dressed car and visitor prizes

1 July: no Breakfast Club due to the Festival of Speed

5 August: Thoroughbred Sunday - the golden era of Goodwood Motor Circuit with pre-1966 classics, and a special emphasis on cars that celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2012, including the Ferrari 250 GTO, AC Cobra, Lotus Elan, MGB, Triumph Spitfire, Rover 2000 etc

2 September: no Breakfast Club due to the Goodwood Revival build-up

7 October: Soft Top Sunday - open top cars of all shapes and sizes, to catch the last sunshine of the year!

4 November:  Continental Classics - all European classic cars and 'bikes (excluding British) from France, Germany, Italy, Spain,Switzerland, the Netherlands and Scandinavia