Artist runs away with Goodwood Time Capsule competition


The overwhelming winner of the C&SC-Credit Suisse-Goodwood time capsule competition was Jan de Coster.

Copies of de Coster's artworks charting the history of the Revival Meeting will now be added to the Credit Suisse Time Capsule that will be buried at a special ceremony on Sunday 15 September.

De Coster – who garnered nearly 75% of the votes in our poll – scoops tickets to the Revival, a pass for the restored Race Control building and will be invited to the ceremony to watch his artefacts go underground alongside a wealth of other racing and Revival mementos (click here for details).

De Coster wasn't the only winner, however. Everyone who voted on the shortlist of three items – which including Dickie Sherwood's Goodwood Diaries and Ted Emson's Shell badge – was automatically entered into a draw to win a year's free subscription to C&SC. The winner was Alan Green of Bromley.

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