Maserati was once again present as sponsor of the 14th edition of the Goodwood Revival meeting, which welcomed over 130,000 spectators over the course of the weekend.
A grand total of 23 Maseratis were fielded on the race track, competing for the various trophies in each category. Amongst them Duncan Ricketts’s Maserati Tipo 26 set the fastest lap in the Brooklands Trophy and Mr Huni’s Maserati A6GCS came a very honourable 4th in the Freddie March Memorial Trophy.
Away from the thrilling on-track action, Maserati exhibited in the Earls Court Motorshow, recreating the glamour of an authentic 1960s show. A stunning Maserati 3500 GT Touring alongside a 3500 GT Vignale Spyder wowed the spectators, whilst they were offered a tantalising glimpse of Maserati’s “cars of the future” in the form of the new GranTurismo Sport, and the stunning GranCabrio Sport, beautiful evolutions of the 1960s models.
On Sunday 120 Maserati clients were treated to sumptuous hospitality at Goodwood House, where Maserati GB hosted its annual Goodwood Revival lunch. The spectacular display on the lawn in front of Goodwood House featured the extremely rare A6 GCS Pininfarina on loan from the Panini Museum Collection, Maserati Ghibli and A6G Zagato, flanked by the latest GranCabrio Sport and GranTurismo Sport.