2010 Goodwood Ticket Sales Reach Record Levels

The Goodwood Revival festival seems to attract more and more visitors each year. Last year it achieved an all-time record attendance with more than 132,000 participants gathering at the West Sussex motor circuit for a three day period. Surprisingly, despite this year’s event being seven months away, a new record figure is expected to be reached.

Goodwood officials say early sales of advanced tickets to the 2010 event are matching the highest level ever year-on-year in 13 years of the meeting.

Due to this initial strong demand, Earl of March – the event’s founder – has decided to reduce the number of advance entry tickets to be sold for this year’s meeting in September.

This means that tickets are expected to sell out some time before the event itself. The number of spectators will be restricted each day to avoid congestion. Further enhancements to the 2010 Goodwood Revival will include an extension of the large grandstand at Woodcote corner, with the addition of over 700 extra seats.

“The Revival’s exceptional entertainment facilities will also be enhanced with the addition of ‘The Goodwood Mess,’ a new interactive hospitality facility modeled on the Drivers’ Club. The Goodwood Mess will take entertaining to a whole new dimension with a magical step back in time. Located track side, next to the assembly area and just beyond the start/finish line with great views all the way to the mighty Madgwick Corner, The Goodwood Mess will be at the centre of all the action,” a Goodwood statement reads.
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