Goodwood has announced an eleven-race programme for the 81st Members’ Meeting presented by Audrain Motorsports, which will take place on 13-14 April. Most of the favourites are back, including the S.F. Edge Trophy for Edwardian cars; the Parnell Cup for Grand Prix, Formula 2 and voiturette cars 1935-1953; the Graham Hill Trophy for pre-’66 GT cars; the Surtees Trophy for pre-’66 protypes; and making its appearance at the Members’ Meeting for the sixth time, the Derek Bell Cup for 1000cc Formula 3 cars built between 1964 and 1970 will kick off the racing on Sunday morning. The 45-minute two-driver Gordon Spice Trophy for FIA Appendix J Group 1 Saloon cars between 1970 and 1982 will once again have a part two when the car owners have their own 20-minute sprint race.
Marking the 90th anniversary of the Bugatti Type 35, the Grover-Williams Trophy for 1920s Grand Prix cars will feature a number of these and other Bugattis, along with other cars of the period. As always, the two-part Hailwood Trophy for 250cc and 350cc Grand Prix Motorcycles and Formula 750 motorcycles will feature on the timetable.
New for 2024 will be the Ken Miles Trophy celebrating 60 years of the Ford Mustang with a grid made up exclusively of first generation Ford Mustangs.
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