Goodwood Revival 2003 - Star Drivers now confirmed

1st August 2003. Goodwood announce some of the star drivers, and the cars they will compete in, at the 2003 Revival race meeting.

In alphabetical order -

Rauno Aaltonen will drive a BMW 1800 TiSA (St. Mary's Trophy).

Rowan Atkinson will drive a Ford Falcon Sprint (St. Mary's Trophy).

Richard Attwood will drive a BRM P261 (Glover Trophy) and a Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport (Whitsun Trophy).

Prince Leopold von Bayern will drive a BMW 1800 TiSA supplied by BMW Mobile Tradition (St. Mary's Trophy).

Derek Bell will drive a Jaguar MkI (St. Mary's Trophy).

Sir Jack Brabham will drive a Ford Anglia 105E (St. Mary's Trophy).

Ivan Capelli will drive an Alfa Romeo 1600 GTA (St. Mary's Trophy).

Tony Dron, former British Touring Car ace and Daily Telegraph motoring contributor, will drive a Ferrari 330 LMB (Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration), a Ferrari 246S Dino (Sussex Trophy) and a Jaguar MkII (St. Mary's Trophy).

John Fitzpatrick will drive a Ford Galaxie 500 (St. Mary's Trophy).

Stuart Graham - the only man to win a TT on two wheels and four - will drive a Ford Mustang (St. Mary's Trophy) and a Lister-Chevrolet (Sussex Trophy).

Willie Green will drive an Alfa Romeo 159 'Alfetta' (Goodwood Trophy), An Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ2 (Fordwater Trophy), a Maserati 250F (Richmond and Gordon Trophies) and a Ford GT40 (Whitsun Trophy).

Peter Hardman, the spectacular historic racing specialist, will drive a Ferrari 330 LMB (Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration), an Aston Martin DBR1 (Sussex Trophy) and a Ferrari 250 LM (Whitsun Trophy).

Johnny Herbert is expected to drive a Ford-Lotus Cortina MkI (St. Mary's Trophy).

Phil Hill will drive an Alfa Romeo 3000 CM coupe (Freddie March Memorial Trophy).

Tony Jardine, the ITV F1 pundit, will drive the first Jaguar E-type to wear Dick Protheroe's famous 'CUT 7' number plate (Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration) and a Hillman Imp (St. Mary's Trophy).

Stefan Johansson will hopefully drive the famous Lister-Jaguar Coupe belonging to fellow Swede Staffan Svenby, formerly the manager of F1 star Ronnie Peterson (Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration).

Mark Knopfler, front-man for rock group Dire Straits, is expected to drive his Maserati 300S (Sussex Trophy).

Alan Mann will drive a Ford-Lotus Cortina MkI (St. Mary's Trophy).

Darren Manning is expected to defend last year's win in the fabulous GT40 (Whitsun Trophy).

Gerry Marshall will drive a Ford-Lotus Cortina MkI (St. Mary's Trophy) and a Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray (Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration).

Nick Mason will drive his Ferrari 250 GTO (Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration) and Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ1 (Fordwater Trophy).

Sir Stirling Moss is expected to drive an Aston Martin DB3S (Freddie March Memorial Trophy), and a Mercedes-Benz 300SE saloon car (St. Mary's Trophy).

Tiff Needell - racing driver turned TV presenter - will drive a Ford-Lotus Cortina MkI (St. Mary's Trophy) and a Lister-Jaguar (Sussex Trophy).

Jackie Oliver will drive a BMW 1800 TiSA (St. Mary's Trophy), one of the famous Gulf-liveried Ford GT40 team cars (Whitsun Trophy) and a Jaguar E-type Lighweight (Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration).

Win Percy will drive a Jaguar D-type (Sussex Trophy), a Jaguar E-type low-drag (Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration) and a Ford Falcon Sprint (St. Mary's Trophy).

David Piper will drive one of his magnificent Ferrari Sports Prototype cars (Whitsun Trophy) as well as entering several others with guest drivers in the same race.

Emanuele Pirro will drive a Jaguar E-type Lightweight (Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration).

Jason Plato will drive a Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration) and a Vauxhall VX4/90 (St. Mary's Trophy).

Peter Procter will drive the Sunbeam Alpine Le Mans in which he contested the famous 24 hour race in 1962 (Fordwater Trophy).

John Rhodes will drive a Mini Cooper S Broadspeed (St. Mary's Trophy).

Michael Salmon will drive a Studebaker Lark Daytona (St. Mary's Trophy).

Rosemary Smith will drive a Hillman Imp (St. Mary's Trophy).

Tony Smith - management mastermind behind rock supergroup Genesis - will drive Maserati Tipo 61 'Birdcage' (Sussex Trophy) and an Aston Martin DBR4 (Richmond and Gordon Trophies).

Marc Surer will drive a BMW 1800 TiSA (St. Mary's Trophy).

Frank Sytner, former British Touring Car Champion, will drive a Lotus-Climax 24 (Glover Trophy), a Lola-Chevrolet T70 Spyder (Whitsun Trophy) and a Cooper-Climax T49 'Monaco' (Madgwick Cup).

Barrie 'Whizzo' Williams will drive Connaught A-type (Goodwood Trophy), Mini Cooper (St. Mary's Trophy) and Tojeiro-Jaguar (Sussex Trophy).

The 2003 Goodwood Revival opens on Thursday Sept 4 with a cricket match in Goodwood Park when the drivers will challenge the Duke of Richmond's XI for an afternoon's relaxation before racing gets underway at the weekend. There will also be a Spitfire flying display by former Red Arrows leader Ray Hanna at the close of play.

Friday September 5th is for free practice, while Saturday will feature timed practice and racing. Sunday 7th September is race day and includes the Royal Automobile Club TT Celebration for GT cars.

For full details, and how to book tickets online, visit www.goodwood.co.uk.