Goodwood revival 2022

Goodwood revival 2022

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andburg

Original Poster:

5,088 posts

141 months

Monday 8th November
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Just had the Mail to say ticket sales are live

Finally took the plunge

Roving tickets and camping booked!

Me and the wife in our VW t4 camper

RB Will

7,449 posts

212 months

Tuesday 9th November
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Just had the email too, been meaning to go with the wife for years but never made it.

Which day would people recommend for a couple of first timers? Any useful general info also appreciated.

tonymor

1,335 posts

144 months

Tuesday 9th November
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The first days are usually quieter giving you more space to get round everything and explore. It’s a big event so walking boots I’d recommend.

85Carrera

2,870 posts

209 months

Tuesday 9th November
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tonymor said:
The first days are usually quieter giving you more space to get round everything and explore. It’s a big event so walking boots I’d recommend.
I would say less overcrowded rather than quieter …

andburg

Original Poster:

5,088 posts

141 months

Tuesday 9th November
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I'm having post commitment worries

I booked camping in campsite H but not sure if campsite E is a better bet as its closer to the event.

Snaaakeey

55 posts

44 months

Friday 12th November
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andburg said:
I'm having post commitment worries

I booked camping in campsite H but not sure if campsite E is a better bet as its closer to the event.
Aye. Me too. Any recommendations?

tonymor

1,335 posts

144 months

Friday 12th November
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I don’t think there is a lot in it a walk into the event from either isn’t far.

mk1coopers

597 posts

124 months

Friday 12th November
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RB Will said:
Just had the email too, been meaning to go with the wife for years but never made it.

Which day would people recommend for a couple of first timers? Any useful general info also appreciated.
If you can make all three days then do it, there is so much to see (especially when you are going for the first time) you don't want to be rushing around and potentially missing something, get there early each day and have breakfast whilst you wait for the gates to open, make sure you leave time to get round 'over the road' at some point (normally the Friday for us whilst the qualifying is on)

Sadly I already have a commitment that I can't break for next years dates so I know I'm not going (unless something drastic changes), I'll take a break and only go to 2 out of the 3 main events this year laugh