As a modern-day race track Goodwood became synonymous with Stirling Moss, one of Britain’s best known and best loved racing drivers. The legendary driver was nicknamed “Mr Goodwood”
“Goodwood is a fabulous circuit in any car. Most notably I race the 1938 Maserati 6CM grand Prix car at the Goodwood Revival and it is a blast. Flat through Fordwater with an apex speed of 120 mph, the bump just after bounces the car into oversteer for an ‘exciting’ moment, then on to the near 130 mph approach to Noname.
St Mary’s provides lovely opposite lock slides before breaking from 100mph into Lavant. Blasting down the Lavant straight we top 135 mph before hard braking for Woodcote and the sweep round to approach the Chicane. Exiting onto the Pit straight usually with an armful of opposite precedes the dash to the line to complete another ‘heart in mouth’ lap.” Calum Lockie