Jewel of the Cape II Friday 1st March 2019 to Thursday 14th March 2019 - South Africa
ACOC Annual Dinner & Awards Saturday 2nd March 2019 - The Elvetham Hotel
Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance Thursday 7th March 2019 to Sunday 10th March 2019 - The Ritz Carlton, Amelia Island
Gooding: The Amelia Island Auction Friday 8th March 2019 - Omni Amelia Island Plantation, Florida
RM Sotheby's Auction Amelia Island Saturday 9th March 2019 - The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, Florida
Masters: Le Castellet Motors Cup Friday 29th March 2019 - Paul Ricard, France
RM Sotheby's Auction Fort Lauderdale Friday 29th March 2019 to Saturday 30th March 2019 - Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center, Florida
HSCC Saturday 30th March 2019 - Donington Park
Espiritu de Montjuic Friday 5th April 2019 to Monday 8th April 2019 - Barcelona
Goodwood Members' Meeting Saturday 6th April 2019 to Monday 8th April 2019 - Goodwood
The 20th edition of the world famous Goodwood Revival delivered some of the most impressive and thrilling racing yet on top of which lasting sunshine and warm temperatures helped the 20th anniversary Revival go down a storm. A bigger event than ever, Friday held host to the inimitable Kinrara Trophy – which has is now threatening to unseat the TT as the Revival's main event. Marketed by Goodwood as £200million worth of cars fiercely battling it out, to the very edge of grip and beyond - these wonderful cars set against the backdrop of the sun setting behind the West Sussex hills is a magical sight. This wonderful grid arose from the surging popularity of the DK Engineering backed "Pre-63 GT" Series which this year featured rounds at Donnington, Silverstone and Portimao.
DK took three cars to the event this year. The Ford GT40 (1MUF) enjoyed another outing this year, entered into the Whitsun trophy with James at the wheel. The Tojeiro-Jaguar ran successfully in the Sussex trophy after a summer hiatus from competition. David's 500TRC, a car that has now competed in more than 160 race meetings in his ownership, ran this weekend in his hands for the past winners parade lap and in James' for the Freddie March Memorial Trophy.
The now, annual, near-ritualistic attendance of the crowd in period dress was demonstrated this year once more. Mechanics, staff, pilots, guests and even the police donning classic outfits to help make the event not just one for classic car fans, but for all those appreciating a time gone by.
We have prepared a gallery of images below for your enjoyment; Credit to Luke Gilbertson & Antonio Paquete.