► Goodwood 75th Members' Meeting
► #75MM gallery and pictures
► A guided tour around the Sussex show
Join us on a whistle-stop tour around the 75th Members' Meeting at Goodwood - the first fixture in the year of West Sussex's world-famous motoring calendar.
It's a more bijou event than the huge Festival of Speed or Revival; as its name implies, access is restricted to members of the Goodwood Road and Racing Club.
The two-day event is designed to capture the spirit of the old BARC Members' Meetings held at Goodwood in the 1950s and 1960s.
We'll be updating this page throughout the meet, so come back for more photos and action from Goodwood in the next few hours.
Click here to see live video from #75MM.
TV chef Mary Berry (left) and Lord March, the organiser of all things automotive at Goodwood. The former Bake Off star enjoyed a ride around the circuit.
Rain early on Saturday cleared, leaving the track damp and slippery. Cue lots of priceless historic racer slithering around Goodwood's 2.4-mile circuit.
Daffodils flank the start-finish straight at Goodwood; it's a yellow-tinged backdrop to some sensational historic racing. Andrew Hibberd won the 20-minute Derek Bell Cup race for one-litre Formula Three ‘Screamers’ - his ex-Chequered Flag Brabham BT18 managing a huge 39sec lead.
Two wheels and four at the 75th Members' Meeting.
1980s Group A Touring cars proved popular: who doesn't like to see Rover SD1s, Alfas and Capris jostling for position on a damp Goodwood track? These modern classics proved some of the slidiest cars of the weekend... Rover duo Gordon Shedden and Chris Ward won the Gerry Marshall Trophy race for 1970-82 saloon cars on Saturday.
This being Goodwood, there's plenty of old-fashioned entertainment for the kids.
Proper Goodwood grub, too...
Former F1 driver David Coulthard drove a 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing at the meet. Nice check seats!
Leaden skies, leaden feet: classic racing at Goodwood.
The new-for-2017 Pierpoint Cup is a new race for eight-cylinder touring cars that raced up to 1966. It's named after the 1965 British Saloon Car Champion Roy Pierpoint who famously campaigned a Ford Mustang and other Detroit V8 racers.
Flaming pipes: GT1 racers thrilled as usual.
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