Revival is a celebration of all things classic racing, routed between 1948 and 1966 – the year the Circuit hosted the UK’s first post-war motor race, until the year cars became too fast for the track.
Every year in September, hundreds of cars from 1948-1966 take to the Goodwood Circuit, participate in races, get ogled by spectators, and a few are even for sale.
Over the weekend there are 15 races, with historically significant cars and motorcycles, all pre-dating 1966. The Kinrara Trophy race, which takes place on Friday night, is arguably the most expensive historic grid in the world.
However, the festival is so much more than car racing, with fashion shows, period hair and beauty parlours, old-fashioned food and drink stands, funfairs, exhibitions, displays and more.
There are also plenty of vintage planes around, with pre-1966 planes taking to the skies for some impressive air displays.
The ‘Over the Road’ area of Revival (literally over the bridge from the circuit) features a traditional funfair with an old-fashioned big wheel, helter-skelter and carousel; and Butlin's will have free 1950s-style roller-skating for visitors. If you need a bit of a sit down, the Revival Cinema will be making an appearance again, showing loads of family films over the weekend.
Or you could head to the Bonhams classic car auction
and see the eye-watering sums historic cars change hands for, or park your own classic car up at the Smith & Williamson Classic Car Show.
The Revival High Street has loads of vintage fashion stores, shopping, and the most fabulous fashion show.
And for 2018, the Earls Court Motor Show will have a display of cars and bikes directly connected to Hollywood legend Steve McQueen.