A guide to the Goodwood Circuit

Goodwood Circuit evokes memories and images of past heroes racing in workshop overalls and leather helmets, and is the circuit where Stirling Moss ended his racing career after an accident in 1962. The track follows the faithful lines of the original layout and was formed from an airfield perimeter road in 1948. It was revived as a circuit in 1998 and is currently operated for track days and testing.

Goodwood Circuit

Goodwood is a clockwise circuit of 2.367 miles (3.809km) and has more high-speed bends and straights than multiple chicanes. There are five right-handers and one left-hander as well as a fast, but tight, chicane. The current lap record is 1:18.954 set by Andrew Smith in 2010. The track hosts British F3, British Touring Cars and RAC TT races.

Join with other like-minded drivers and riders and experience the thrill of speeding round this fantastic circuit in one of a number of high performance cars. It is also possible to take your own car or bike on the track for a fee. There are two types of race days on offer at Goodwood: quiet and noisy days. Quiet days are limited to 98dba and noisy days are measured at 105dba.

Spectators will be spoilt for choice of viewing positions. High quality catering is provided at the Cadillac Café, adjacent to the pit straight, where the site caterers can provide corporate meals or light snacks.