The Goodwood Revival is sold out, but you can still get in on the weekend days if you sign up for the new, exclusive Hawthorn Infield Parking. Better still, one lucky C&SC reader can win not only a place in the car park for their classic, but also two entry tickets for the Saturday of the Revival Meeting (15 September).
To win this spectacular prize worth over £200, all you have to do is answer the question below, enter your contact details so we can get hold of you if you win and press the big 'submit' button at the bottom of the page. All the correct answers will be entered into the prize draw, but, because time is so tight this competition will close at midday on Monday 9 September and the winner will be notified that afternoon.
The winner will receive two general entry tickets plus a prime car parking spot on the Lavant Straight infield, but will have to arrive in an appropriate pre-1966 car and must be aware of Goodwood's conditions of entry (see below).
Just 200 classics each day can enjoy the best seat in the house at the Revival and, although it is already sold out for Friday there is still limited availability on Saturday and Sunday. Plus, because Goodwood is offering a special dispensation, booking a £90 spot in the Hawthorn Infield Parking is the only way that you can still secure general admission tickets on 14-15 September.
For more details and booking click here or call the Goodwood Ticket Office as quickly as possible on 01243 755055.
Conditions for entry to the Hawthorn Infield Parking:
The Hawthorn Infield Parking is an additional attraction to the Goodwood Revival, and customers will still need valid general admission tickets in order to gain entry into the event. Only vehicles with the dedicated Hawthorn Parking label will be directed to the infield parking entrance towards the Lavant Straight by traffic marshals. They will enter via a dedicated gate, and all vehicles must be on-site by 08:00 on Friday and by 08:30 on Saturday and Sunday at the very latest. The special entrance (Gate 11) will open each day at 07:00. Vehicles will not be able to leave the Hawthorn Parking area until motor circuit track activity has finished for the day.
Vehicles that do not meet the pre-1966 credentials of the Hawthorn Infield Parking (regardless of whether they have the correct Parking label), or arrive too late, will be redirected to park in a nearby public Car Park.