Wow!! What an amazing turnout for our Big Show! The weather was superb and at times blisteringly hot.
Goodwood Revival 2014
Wow what a weekend at Goodwood!
Lovely to see so many SADCASE's in attendance! Mike Toynbee's fantastic 1930 Alfa Romeo Gran Turismo won best in show on Friday with Clive Crocketts superb 1969 MGB Roadster coming a very fine forth! Long term member Brian Arculus was in Fordwater Trophy race. His Elite is very quick but with just 1200cc he was giving away a lot of grunt to most of the other competitors; nevertheless, a fighting drive saw him come home in a very good eighth position and he was then able to relax with a cup of coffee.
The Revival drew the crowds as thousands of people headed to the vintage motorsport and aviation event. Top racing legends were honoured, as were people who fought in the Second World War.
And there was plenty to do at the Creedence Clearwater Jamestown RevivalWith a makeshift Stonehenge, Brighton Pier and a vintage Tesco store dotted around the track, there was plenty to see.
Vintage pop-up shops were selling their wares and there was entertainment at every corner as around 150,000 people attended.
On the track, The Settrington Cup was won by William Tyrrell on Saturday, when youngsters took to the track in their Austin J40 pedal cars. Yesterday, the sold-out Revival commemorated the bravery of members of the military during the Second World War with its largest-ever parade.
More than 600 vehicles and personnel paraded around the track and more than 20 D-Day veterans were introduced to the Revival by Lord March and honoured for their courage during the war.
over the weekend, with events across the three days.
Even racing legend Derek Bell and TV chef James Martin were at the track on Saturday, ready to race.
After the commemoration, four-wheeled machinery from Bedford, Dodge, Jeep and Humber were joined by tanks on the circuit.
The role that motorcycles played in the war effort was marked and uniformed soldiers and aircrew completed the on-the-ground line-up.
Racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart was also honoured on Saturday with a special tribute. Twenty-four cars from Sir Jackie’s career were impressively lined up on the grid.
A great weekend and we are already counting down the days until next year!!!
Wow what an excellent weekend at Storrington last weekend. An fabulous selection of cars and once again very well organised by the SADCASE Team and Goodwood Marshall's Club.
Wow! What an amazing event this was! We must have had over 200 cars at the Spur and we were spoilt by the excellent weather and the fabulous array of cars.
The 2019 Drive it Day trip to Gospel Green Cyder Co Ltd went very well indeed with just over 30 of our members cars turning up at Littlehampton.
On behalf of all the SADCASE 'Gearbox' we just wanted to say thank you to all the members who attended the SADCASE Classic Vehicle Show at Ford Airfield on Bank Holiday Monday.
Back in March, when Harry and Lorraine Sherrard first set out on the road to plan the route for this years SADCASE Drive it Day, it was snowing!
A lovely morning at Goodwood with a great variety of cars. The weather was kind today and we were able to enjoy a nice tyre kick and chin wag.
It was a cold morning but the gin clear sky brought the SADCASE/Hardcases out in force for the last breakfast meet of 2017 on Sunday 5 November.
A fabulous morning with a very sunny start and in total 45 cars attended this popular event at the Pagham Beach Cafe.
The 2017 Goodwood Revival roared into full swing on Friday 8 September - with scudding clouds bringing a showery morning and not a little mud in the car parks.