Races have been going ahead in true Revival spirit this afternoon, despite the rain.
A real revival highlight was the Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration Race, a one-hour, two driver event - which evokes the spirit of the races which took place at Goodwood between 1960 and 1964.
Simon Hadfield and David Clark claimed victory in the race, in an Aston Martin Project 212, with Anthony Reid in second place.
Adrian Newey claimed the Whitsun Trophy Race, which this year was run exclusively for Ford GT40 sports prototype.
Bill Shepherd won in the second instalment of the St Mary’s Trophy Race for saloon cars which raced at Goodwood between 1960 and 1966.
The Sussex Trophy is well under way, which caters for World Championship sports cars and production sports-racing cars from 1955-1960.
The race includes hordes of Aston Martins, Ferraris, Jaguars, Listers and Maseratis.
The track is set to close at 6.30pm this evening, but the village will still be open.