Travel: 73rd Goodwood Members' Meeting: Take Two

73rd Goodwood Members’ Meeting: Take Two

By Petrolicious Productions
March 31, 2015
17 Comments

Photography by Rémi Dargegen

With the 73rd Goodwood Members’ Meeting in the books, we thought it time to revisit the event through the eyes of photographer Rémi Dargegen. Covering the event for Petrolicious, Rémi enjoyed unequaled access to the sights at Goodwood.

From on-track action to capturing the small moments between races, it is our pleasure to present this selection of images that should prove to be as timeless as the Goodwood itself. Let us know which pictures are your favorites in the comments.

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Brompty
Brompty
9 years ago

Thank you for these images. I went to the meeting with my daughter and it is as good as it looks. Great racing, loads to look at, and we got so close to the cars we were almost sitting in them. If you have not been, and can go, then do so next year. In my opinion it is better than the Revival.

Chris Jeffs
Chris Jeffs
9 years ago
Reply to  Brompty

Didn’t want to overdo it this year with this and the revival (tickets already purchased) but will certainly go next year, looks far better and much better value as well… Some of these events are becoming too busy.

Kerry Burns
Kerry Burns
9 years ago

Great photography. Great site. I don’t want to turn this into the amateur hour but can someone positively identify car 24? Alfa A6cgs?

Kerry Burns
Kerry Burns
9 years ago
Reply to  Kerry Burns

1954 Maserati 250f?

Paul Thompson
Paul Thompson
9 years ago
Reply to  Kerry Burns

1955. It has the coolest support vehicle know to man.

Emanuel Costa
Emanuel Costa
9 years ago

Number 9 and the D-Type 19 are my favourites

Brad Pearson
Brad Pearson
9 years ago
Reply to  Emanuel Costa

Can you tell us what #9 is?

Brad Pearson
Brad Pearson
9 years ago
Reply to  Brad Pearson

I believe it’s an Iso Grifo A3/C, maybe a ’64?

Josh V
Josh V
9 years ago
Reply to  Brad Pearson

1964 is correct!

Brad Pearson
Brad Pearson
9 years ago

Wow, great shots, thanks! Car 13 is my new background (I wonder about the curious orange dot). What is the alloy car #9?

Matthew Lange
Matthew Lange
9 years ago
Reply to  Brad Pearson

Orange dot is a Le Mans night time running light I believe?

Brad Pearson
Brad Pearson
9 years ago
Reply to  Matthew Lange

I’m referring to the painted-on orange dot in the top of the 3 on the bonnet of car number 13.

Matthew Lange
Matthew Lange
9 years ago
Reply to  Brad Pearson

Sorry thought you were referring to the Cobra also number 13!. I think this is to advise the marshalls what kind of fire extinguisher to use in the event of a fire.

Dan Glover
Dan Glover
9 years ago
Reply to  Matthew Lange

I think you must be right, Matthew. The car appears to be either a Bugatti type 35 or type 37. If I recall correctly, Bugattis used a lot of Magnesium alloys in construction which meant that you couldn’t use water to extinguish a fire without making matters far worse. It looks like another Bugatti two cars over with the same orange dot.

Redvers Arnold
Redvers Arnold
9 years ago
Reply to  Brad Pearson

The Orange Dot is to do with safety and fire and indicates that the car is running on non pump fuel i.e. methanol

Mac Sille
Mac Sille
9 years ago

beautiful…

Christopher Gay
Christopher Gay
9 years ago

Great photography.
Thanks for sharing.

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