This weekend will see the best of the best in historic racing take to glorious Goodwood, live and action packed all weekend! The Goodwood Motor Racing Circuit in England is truly one of the best places in the world to watch historic cars pushed to the very limits, and this weekend the very best from the world of historic racing will take to the 3.8 mile circuit in Chichester for a weekend long festival celebrating the history of motorsport around the world. Featuring priceless pieces of motorsport history pitched in highly competitive racing situations, often piloted by period drivers and some of the stars of motorsport past and present, the Goodwood Revival never fails to produce incredible action both on the track and across the many trackside displays and presentations. Thankfully the whole weekend is receiving professionally broadcast livestream treatment, of which you can catch up and watch live below. Old cars, historic circuit untouched by the health and safety police, top drivers and door to door racing.. sounds like fun? You betcha! Goodwood Revival Live stream will be broadcast over the weekend and repeated overnight. This is coverage of the Goodwood Revival meeting 2017 and is delayed from Saturday 9th September. You’ll see touring cars, Ferrari 250s and Astons awesome ’50s saloon car action in the brilliant St Mary’s Trophy and the mighty F1 cars of the Richmond Trophy. There’s even more than 125 Fiat 500s ready to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the tiny Italian three-seater and some awesome cars run by the legendary Ecurie Ecosse. The romance and glamour of motor racing as it used to be. The Revival is the only historic race meeting to be staged entirely in period dress and is a return to the halcyon days of Goodwood as the spiritual home of British motor racing. It’s an unabashed celebration of flat-out wheel-to-wheel racing, around the sweeps and curves of this classic circuit, which remains unchanged since its heyday. The inaugural Revival opened on 18 September 1998, when the Earl of March drove around the circuit in the Bristol 400 in which his grandfather, the 9th Duke of Richmond, opened the track 50 years before. It’s now the world’s most celebrated historic motor racing event, with race fans coming from all over the country to soak up the unique atmosphere in period costume. Timetable - SATURDAY 0920 TRACK PARADE: Fiat 500 1000 RACE 2: Chichester Cup 1045 RACE 3: Madgwick Cup 1130 Settrington Cup Part 1 1150 OFFICIAL PRACTICE: Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration 1300 AIR DISPLAY 1315 AIR DISPLAY 1330 RACE 4: Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy - Part 1 1420 RACE 5: St Mary's Trophy - Part 1 1510 RACE 6: Goodwood Trophy 1550 HIGH SPEED DEMONSTRATION 1625 RACE 7: Whitsun Trophy 1715 RACE 8: Freddie March Memorial Trophy 1905 AIR DISPLAY Timetable - SUNDAY 0920 TRACK PARADE: Fiat 500 1000 RACE 9: Brooklands Trophy 1045 RACE 10: Richmond Trophy 1125 Settrington Cup - Part 2 1145 RACE 11: Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy - Part 2 1235 RACE 12: St Mary's Trophy - Part 2 1300 AIR DISPLAY 1315 AIR DISPLAY 1340 TRACK MOMENT 13: 1957 British Grand Prix Celebration 1410 RACE 14: Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration 1615 RACE 15: Glover Trophy 1700 RACE 16: Sussex Trophy 1830 Prize giving (trackside at Race Control) Please do feel free to discuss the race weekend in the comments section below, or head on over to our Motorsport Sub Forum to have a browse of the latest motorsports news, and to engage with our awesome racing community! Enjoying Glorious Goodwood? Looking forward to the Sunday action? Like classic cars and want to tell the world? Let us know in the comments section below!