At the Goodwood Revival last weekend
lots of valves. I love valves
There wasn’t much to see that was 100 years old, but there were a lot of cars, airplanes, motorbikes, people in period attire from the 1930’s – 50’s, plus an open paddock to interact with the motorcycle racing crews, kiddy rides, Agostini and Redman doing parade laps, a wall of death show, new and old friends and lots of adult beverages.
Wall of Death info here. This was the highlight of the event for me.
Aston Martin. The parking lot was crazy. Probably 10 Astons like this parked in a muddy grass field. Along with another 200+ vintage cars of all shapes and sizes. DBSS Jaguar, old 1930’s Bentlys, American muscle cars, minicars, a 1920’s Scott two stroke, probably 20 Etype Jags, bugeye Sprints, a Bugatti or two, and loads of Brit and European cars that I’ve never seen before. The old joke is that some guy came to Goodwood, walked around in the parking lot without noticing the entrance gate to the real show, then told all his friends about how great the car show was in the grass.
changing a tire