One of your mementos could be buried in a time capsule at Goodwood thanks to a competition being launched by C&SC, Goodwood and Credit Suisse. Plus, if your item is selected, it will not only join some important motoring artefacts, but you will win a dream trip to the Goodwood Revival Meeting.
To commemorate Credit Suisse's restoration of Goodwood motor circuit's famous race control tower, a time capsule is to be buried in a special ceremony during the Goodwood Revival Meeting on Sunday 15 September.
It already contains such artefacts as a raceboot worn by Jochen Mass at Le Mans in 1989, Emanuele Pirro's 2006 Le Mans-winning gloves, a signed photo from Sir Stirling Moss, plus a range of pictures of the Revival by local schoolchildren.
Now C&SC is launching a competition to find the ultimate bit of reader's memorabilia to add to that list.
It can be anything Goodwood or Goodwood Revival-related, from a painting or period photo to a badge, ticket or programme, or even your memories of Goodwood written out.
From all the entries received, we'll select a top three and invite a public vote on which item should be included.
The winner will not only have their token added to the capsule, but will receive two entry tickets to Goodwood Revival on 15 September, an invitation to the time capsule burial ceremony, plus exclusive access all day to Credit Suisse Race Control where they and a guest can mix with the drivers and watch the event from a sensational viewing platform.
How to enter
Photograph your entry and send it with a short explanation of its significance to email@example.com or to James Elliott, Group Editor, Classic & Sports Car, Broom Road, Teddington, Middlesex TW11 9BE.
The closing date for initial entries is 14 August. Voting will then start on the top 10 and the winner will be notified on 1 September.
Entries should not be too heavy and should not measure more than 15cm x 20cm (they can be rolled).
The prize does not include travel or accommodation.