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Vintage fanatics enjoy a day of motor racing at Goodwood Revival

It's the famed annual racing festival earmarked in the diaries of vintage fanatics everywhere - and Goodwood Revival revellers didn't disappoint this year, sporting an array of spectacular period outfits.

From beehives and mini-skirts to fabulous furs, retro army uniforms and old-fashioned driving gear, glamorous guests battled it out to be the best dressed as they attended the second day of the festival near Chichester in West Sussex.

Launched in 1998 to celebrate mid-20th century motorsport, the three-day event has remained virtually unchanged ever since, featuring wheel-to-wheel racing in classic cars surrounded by the fashion and feel of the 1940s, 50s and 60s.

Flamboyant guests showed off their sartorial flair as they soaked up the sights and sounds of the popular festival which honours the golden age of Goodwood Motor Circuit, which was open between 1948 and 1966. 

Channelling the 1940s all the way through to the swinging Sixites, A-line skirts, polka-dots, head scarfs, padded shoulders and swing trousers were on full display at the raucous event. 

Saturday is also Ladies Day, when the frocks from the period are showcased. There is no compulsory dress code, however, the festival is a Revival after all and so many guests dress in period style

From beehives and mini-skirts to fabulous furs, retro army uniforms and old-fashioned driving gear, glamorous guests battled it out to be the best dressed as they attended the second day of the festival near Chichester in West Sussex

The Glam Cab girls dress up in period outfits for the second day of the Goodwood Revival festival near Chichester in West Sussex

From beehives and mini-skirts to fabulous furs, retro army uniforms and old-fashioned driving gear, glamorous guests battled it out to be the best dressed as they attended the second day of the festival near Chichester in West Sussex

Flamboyant guests showed off their sartorial flair as they soaked up the sights and sounds of the popular festival which honours the golden age of Goodwood Motor Circuit, which was open between 1948 and 1966

It's the famed annual racing festival earmarked in the diaries of vintage fanatics everywhere - and Goodwood Revival revellers didn't disappoint this year, sporting an array of spectacular period outfits

Even the children were dressed up for the occasion, sporting fetching racing suits and flat caps as they hopped in miniature cars. 

While most of the attendees dress up just for the pure fun of it, the more dedicated are given the chance to compete in the annual fancy dress competition, with prizes worth £1,500 on offer. 

The festival has previously described its event as 'a magical step back in time to the romance and glamour of motor racing as it used to be in Goodwood's heyday'. 

Between 1948 and 1966, the Goodwood Motor Circuit staged classic races such as the Tourist Trophy for sports cars and the Glover Trophy for grand prix cars.

Launched in 1998 to celebrate mid-20th century motorsport, the three-day event has remained virtually unchanged ever since, featuring wheel-to-wheel racing in classic cars surrounded by the fashion and feel of the 1940s, 50s and 60s

From beehives and mini-skirts to fabulous furs, retro army uniforms and old-fashioned driving gear, glamorous guests battled it out to be the best dressed as they attended the second day of the festival near Chichester in West Sussex

Six women dressed in period outfits for Goodwood Revival, a popular festival that honours the golden age of Goodwood Motor Circuit, which was open between 1948 and 1966

While most of the attendees dress up just for the pure fun of it, the more dedicated are given the chance to compete in the annual fancy dress competition, with prizes worth £1,500 on offer

Between 1948 and 1966, the Goodwood Motor Circuit staged classic races such as the Tourist Trophy for sports cars and the Glover Trophy for grand prix cars

Saturday is also Ladies Day, when the frocks from the period are showcased. There is no compulsory dress code, however, the festival is a Revival after all and so many guests dress in period style

Children take part in the Settrington Cup Pedal Car Race as motoring enthusiasts attend the Goodwood Revival, a three-day historic car racing festival in Chichester

Even the children were dressed up for the occasion, sporting fetching racing suits and flat caps as they hopped in miniature cars

Even the children were dressed up for the occasion, sporting fetching racing suits and flat caps as they hopped in miniature cars

The festival has previously described its event as 'a magical step back in time to the romance and glamour of motor racing as it used to be in Goodwood's heyday'

The circuit was established by Freddie March, the 9th Duke of Richmond. However, it was closed in 1966. The Duke's grandson Charles, the Earl of March, revived it in 1998

The circuit was established by Freddie March, the 9th Duke of Richmond. However, it was closed in 1966. The Duke's grandson Charles, the Earl of March, revived it in 1998.

During the Revival, modern cars are not allowed into the circuit while pre-1966 aircrafts also feature.

The majority of races take place on Saturday including the Fordwater Trophy, and the Goodwood Trophy, the race for grand prix and voiturette cars built between 1930-1950. 

Other Saturday highlights include the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy for motorcycles and St Mary's Trophy for touring cars.

Saturday is also Ladies Day, when the frocks from the period are showcased. There is no compulsory dress code, however, the festival is a Revival after all and so many guests dress in period style.

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