It' s going to be probably the longest post of Blogger's history, more than 250 photos... but how to describe better than with photos and to share with you our last week-end?
Located in the beautiful countryside of West Sussex region in the south of England, the Goodwood circuit hosted last week-end the most important vintage reunion of the world.
Belonging to Lord March, motor racing enthusiast, the Goodwood complex is a perfect place for the thirteenth edition of the Goodwood Vintage Revival.
No less than 150.000 participants for the three days, thousands of cars hundred of bikes and scooters fifty historic planes, a dozen of Spitfires and a Lancaster fortress flying over our heads while supercars and bikes were racing on the track. Hundreds of vintages stores, and a wall of Death.
A Great thank to Nick Clements for his kindness and "so British" sense of Humor
Welcome into the Vintage Tunnel and lets talk the images...
My Favorite "BUG": the T59 model
Dr Norton aka George Cohen
Men's File Studio, G.I- Winner of best Dressed in Military categorie Saturday
Schneider's cup 1929 Supermarine