The Goodwood Revival offers high octane thrills with the roar of iconic race cars at Goodwood over a three-day September festival celebrating the halcyon days of motor racing with the accompanying glamour of 1940s, ’50s and ’60s.
For Moorcroft designer, Paul Hilditch, it was the sedate grounds of Goodwood House, nestled in the spectacular West Sussex countryside, surrounded by mature parklands, and home to the Dukes of Richmond for centuries, where he chose to create a picnic inspired by the families, of whom he was one, that attend the Goodwood Revival in period dress.
The current Duke took over the chairmanship of the Goodwood Group of Companies in 1994 and is the founder of the Festival of Speed (1993) and the Goodwood Revival Meeting (1998). For Paul, it is the ascethic beauty of the Bentley Blower, developed from the Bentley 411 by Sir Henry "Tim" Birkin to win the Le Mans twenty-four-hour race, and holding the iconic light weight Weymann aluminium frame, together with a more modern Bentley that are to be relished without ignition.
- Designer: Paul Hilditch
- Dimensions: H 28.00 x W 51.00 x D 2.00 cm
- Availability: Please allow up to 4 weeks for delivery
- Product Width51.00cm
- Product Height28.00cm
- Product Depth2.00cm
- Shape:PLQ 23
- Designer:Paul Hilditch
- Limited Edition Size:15
- Design Window (Style):Transport / People