Goodwood Members' Meeting re-arranged | Motorsport - Car News May 2020

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15:13 Wednesday 20 May 2020

The Goodwood Members’ Meeting, which had been due to have taken place at the end of March, has been moved to next Spring.

The 78th running of the meeting, a continuation of the popular club events during the circuit’s 1950s and 60s heyday, is now scheduled to open Goodwood’s 2021 calendar on 10-11 April.  Tickets already purchased for the original date will remain valid.

Organisers plan to retain the same exciting line up of races, including the SF Edge Trophy for fire-breathing Edwardian leviathans, the Gerry Marshall Trophy race for Group 1 saloons, and the Rally Sprint competition.

The Duke of Richmond, owner of the Goodwood Estate, said: “We were very sad to postpone the 78th Members’ Meeting in March this year, but were confident that it was the right thing to do to protect our visitors, competitors and staff.  The 78th Members’ Meeting will be our best yet, and we are already working to see how we can add to the spectacular racing we had planned.”

 

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