Monday, 7 October 2013

Goodwood Revival: Through Mark's Lens

Photos - Mark Saunders; words - Daniel Bevis & Mark Saunders



You've probably noticed a Revival motif around SSBB of late - that's going to be drip-feeding for a little while yet (owing to there being so much to see there!), but today it's time for you to take a little break from me and let SuckSqueezeBangBlow's roving reporter Mark Saunders take the reins. The photos you see here represent the true spirit of the event - 'a magical step back in time', as they're proud to boast - as it poured through his eager lens. And he's provided handy captions for you too! Enjoy...

1964 BRM P261

The paddock

John Young and Joe Bamford

Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall

1934 Aston Martin Ulster in the Earls Court Motor Show

Aston Martin DB5

Cooper Jaguar

Massey Ferguson as part of the Great Train Robbery farm

1st & 2nd in the Freddie March Memorial trophy - C Type Jaguar, Cooper Bristol Mk2

Funfair

Friday evening on the rain

Revival style

Mods and rockers

BMW RS500 Zeller, bike ridden by the only female team at Revival - Maria Costello and Fabien Hoffman

Matchless G50

Curtiss P40F Warhawk

The RAF station

1962 Norton Manx 500 of Duncan Fitchett and Howie Mainwaring

1962 Lotus 25 with Sir Jackie Stewart

Aston Martin DBR1 with Tony Brooks and Sir Stirling Moss

Start of the St Mary's Trophy race

Pair of 1963 Ford GT40s from the Whitsun Trophy race

GT40s ready for the start of the Whitsun Trophy race

GT40s in the specially constructed garages

1966 GT40

The Glamcab girls

Triumph Herald police car

Peugeot 402 and Gendarme (he actually had a posh home counties accent!)

Ecurie Ecosse transporter - possibly seen for the last time with Ecurie Ecosse cars before it goes under auction

250 Drogo and 330 GTO

The Army motorcycle dispatch area

Drogo and GTO seen from the Lister Jaguar Costin

Three Ferrari 250 GT SWB/Cs

Jaguar E-Types

Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato

Private Walker - 'wanna buy some nylons'?

Austin 7 'Chummy'

Cars from the Goodwood Trophy in the paddock

Squadron Leader Johnnie Johnson, the Dambusters tribute

Christian Horner checks in on Jackie Oliver

Surprise winner of Sunday's RAC TT Celebration race was Wolfgang Friedrich's Aston Martin Project 212 in the hands of David Clark, after a rain-soaked final twenty minutes

MV Agusta & Minis

Jim Clark's Indy 500-winning Lotus 38

Nigel Webb's 1961 Jaguar E-Type Lightweight

Ferrari 275 GTB

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