September 12, 2014

2014 Goodwood Revival: Day 2 Live Stream

Today it's real racing.  Get ready for some amazing racing action all day.  Below is the Schedule,  Keep in mind it's British time.    So program starts at 3:20 am ET Saturday



0920 BRM V16 demonstration
If you missed it yesterday, you won’t to miss the sound of the BRM Type 15’s incredible 700bhp V16 engine today. It has Goodwood history, too, having taken its maiden victory in the Woodcote Cup in September 1950, and a second win later that day in the Goodwood Trophy. It will run again at 0920 tomorrow.
1000 Goodwood Trophy
The second outing for the 1930 to 1950 GP voiturette cars. The earliest car is a 1931 Bugatti Type 54, the latest a 1950 Ferrari 125/166. Well-known drivers to look out for include touring car driver Rob Huff in a Parnell-MG and GT car racer Calum Lockie is a Maserati 6CM.
1045 Chichester Cup – Race 2
Formula Junior is the arena in which many Grand Prix drivers of the late 1960s learnt their trade. These lightweight, high-revving machines always make a spectacle, the Chichester Cup being exclusively Ford powered and featuring cars built from 1960 to 1964.
1140 Settrington Cup – Race 1
A slower pace, but no less rivalry, in the Settrington Cup. The four to 10-year olds in Austin J40 pedal cars always generate a close finish – and the 2014 fixtures promise to be no different. Race two is at 1130 tomorrow.
1155 Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration – Qualifying
The TT is a two-driver race for closed cockpit GT cars from 1960 to 1964. Expect to see fierce competition from pros in AC Cobras – their number includes Giedo van der Garde, Nic Minassian, Darren Turner, Jochen Mass and Andrew Jordan. Jordan won’t be the only BTCC driver – expect rivalry from Jason Plato (Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray), Matt Neal (Sunbeam Lister Tiger), Anthony Reid (Ferrari 250 GT SWB/C) and Rob Huff (Jaguar E-type FHC).
1255 St Mary’s Trophy – Race 1
By the time the two-driver teams get to the first St Mary’s Trophy race, rivalries will be well-established. With more BTCC drivers than ever, it’s bound to be highly competitive. Race two is at 1240 tomorrow.
1350 Jackie Stewart Tribute demonstration
Sir Jackie Stewart was first talent-spotted at Goodwood back in 1964 and, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of that career break, there will be a daily parade. Cars include the very 1964 Cooper-BMC that he was driving when Goodwood circuit manager Robin Mackay saw him driving will feature, as will the Marcos Xylon GT in which Jackie took his first race win. His three F1 championship wins will be represented by a 1969 Matra-Cosworth MS80 and a Tyrrell-Cosworth 006. In all, there are 27 cars on the entry list – each with a JYS story to tell.
1415 Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy – Race 1
Race onefor the two-rider Barry Sheene Memorial will pick from where qualifying left off. See the likes of Troy Corser, Steve Plater, Michael Rutter and Steve Parrish wrestle Nortons, JABSs, BMWs and others around the historic circuit. Race two is at 1150 tomorrow.
1500 Shelby Cup
A two-driver race for small-block V8 powered saloon cars promises plenty of action – and noise! As you’d expect, there are plenty of Ford Mustangs on the grid. Well-known drivers include current and former F1 drivers Max Chilton and Rupert Keegan, BTCC’s Gordon Shedden, Le Mans racer Jochen Mass. Henry Mann, son of Alan Mann, is also in a Mustang. Keeping them honest will be a variety of other small-block engined machinery: Ford Falcons driven by Henri Pescarolo and Rowan Atkinson respectively, a Studebaker Lark Daytona driven by Matt Neal and a Mercury Comet Cyclone driven by Emanuele Pirro.
1600 Maserati 250F demonstration
No fewer than 16 of the 29 Maserati 250Fs built are at Revival to celebrate the car’s 60th anniversary. The very first and very last built will part of this spectacular display, along with some other historically significant examples such as that raced by Juan Manuel Fangio at the Nurburgring. If you enjoy this, don’t miss them racing in the Richmond Trophy tomorrow at 1050.
1640 Lavant Cup
A rare chance to see the stunning spectacle of a Jaguar D-type single make race. With 32 cars on the entry list – including five XKSSs – it’s a spectacle not to miss. Cars to look out for include the very first prototype (OVC 501) and the 1955 Le Mans winning car (XKD 505).
1730 Whitsun Trophy
‘Unlimited sports prototypes’ is a phrase to get the pulse racing – and this is the race in which to see Ford GT40s, McLaren M1Bs and Lola T70s going wheel to wheel. McLaren’s Chris Goodwin will be at the wheel of an M1B, and there will also be a rare chance to see the McKee-Chevrolet Mahrya in action.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks guys for finding all your great content..... This is a real treat to watch , even after you know what's gonna happen ... but who says F1 is boring, or there's no passing..... Great to see so many battles and strategies at play.... Grazi


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