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8 – 10 September.
Goodwood Circuit, West Sussex.

Goodwood Revival is a magical step back in time, celebrating the golden era of motorsport with all the glitz, glamour and romance to go alongside it. Held every September since 1998, the three-day festival has grown to become one of the biggest historical motorsport events in the world and is the only one to be staged entirely in period dress.

BMW was once again thrilled to be an official partner of the event and to have the opportunity to showcase some of our most iconic racing machines from the 1950s.

Employee and fan talking at the BMW Stand

Taking you back to the golden years – the BMW Stand.

Set against an alluring 1950s French Riviera backdrop, BMW went all-out to ensure that fans got the most out of their day. Fans had the opportunity to:

  • Get up close and personal with two of BMW's most iconic models, the BMW Z1 and BMW 507, as well as the current production line of the BMW M4 Convertible and BMW 6 Series Convertible
  • View footage and photos of the classic BMW Z1 through interactive 1950s style binoculars
  • Turn snaps into old school physical postcards using the Post Card Mechanic
  • Visit BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce vehicles at the March Motor Works "BMW workshop", courtesy of BMW Group Classic
  • Watch a number of classic vehicles take to the track, courtesy of BMW Group Classic

Goodwood Revival in pictures.

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In September 1987, the production form of the BMW Z1 – one of BMW's most iconic roadsters to date – was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show. To celebrate the 30-year anniversary of the BMW Z1, the spotlight was very much on the much-loved roadster and on its predecessor, the BMW 507.

Earls Court Motor Show.

From past to present: the Earls Court Motor Show is the only place at Goodwood Revival where manufacturers can juxtapose their classic models with the very latest in their production line.

Alongside the BMW Z1 and BMW 507 were the BMW M4 Convertible and BMW 6 Series Convertible.

March Motor Works 2016

March Motor Works.

The March Motor Works combines creativity with nostalgia through the recreation of car workshops of years gone by.

BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce vehicles were all displayed in this area, courtesy of BMW Group Classic.

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