Goodwood getting ready for Supercar Sunday

Goodwood getting ready for Supercar Sunday

Goodwood getting ready for Supercar Sunday

Published By PMW on 05 April 2019 10:34:19

Goodwood's Breakfast Club meeting set to attract some of the world's top cars

Could this be the most perfect Sunday morning?

An array of the world's most expensive supercars whilst digesting a bacon butty and a coffee?

Oh go on then, if you say so!

This year's Supercar Sunday, the third Goodwood Breakfast Club of the year, will take place on Sunday 02nd June 2019.

Supercar Sunday brings some of the most stunning cars you've ever seen to the picturesque Goodwood Motor Circuit in glorious West Sussex.

The Breakfast Meeting is free to all but you must obtain a ticket online and they can be obtained here.

Would you like to take part in the event with your car?

The Goodwood Breakfast Club is all about the supercars and hypercars from around the world. To get a Breakfast Club Pass for your vehicle, you must pre-register it online with Goodwood. Your entry must be relevant to the Supercar Sunday theme.

You can register here.

The selection process starts around 4 weeks prior to the event and you will be notified if your vehicle has been either declined or accepted at least one week before the breakfast meeting.

Goodwood's full list of Breakfast Meetings are:

Estate Car Sunday - 03 March 2019

All Wheels But Four Sunday - 05 May 2019

Supercar Sunday - 02 June 2019

Classic Car Sunday - 04 August 2019

Eighties Sunday - 03 November 2019

PRESS ENQUIRIES

Please send all press enquiries to the following contact:

Email: press@prestigemotorwarehouse.co.uk

 

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Goodwood getting ready for Supercar Sunday