THE final day of the Goodwood Revival is here – and it looks set to be the best day yet.
With historic motor sport and intense competition on the track, the Revival will also offer fun on the vintage high street and dazzling air displays.
The Mustang will fly over at 8.30am and the competitors in the Fordwater Trophy will take to the track at 10am.
The second part of the Settrington Cup is set to take place at 11.30am with the second day of the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy starting at 11.50am.
The Revival will also be commemorating the bravery of members of the military during the Second World War with its largest ever parade – more than 600 vehicles and personnel will parade around the track. More than 20 D-Day veterans will be introduced to the Revival by Lord March and honoured for their courage during the war.
Following the commemoration, four-wheeled machinery from Bedford, Dodge, Jeep and Humber will be joined by tanks on the circuit. The role that motorcycles played in the war effort will be marked and uniformed soldiers and aircrew will complete the on-the-ground line up.
A track parade to Jackie Stewart will take place at 3.20pm and there will be a track parade and high speed demonstration by Jaguar D-Types.
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