Well that was the question posed by Henry Hope-Frost in his article on Goodwood Revival 2016 a few weeks back. Modesty of course, prevents me from commenting further 😉 but whether or not it is, the line up of cars was certainly pretty impressive.
A dozen mid 1960’s F1 cars including Brabham, BRM, Cooper, Ferrari, Lotus and McLaren were brought together to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the ‘return to power’. When 3 litre cars were allowed in F1 all ensconced in a fantastic set-built recreation of the 1966 Reims pits area.
It was as always, an entertaining weekend at the Revival. Some seriously great cars and impressive efforts made by most attendees in the sartorial department! The grid girls looked superb as always, St Trinians staff & pupils, the ‘road works team’ at the start line, drivers and mechanics all entered into the ‘Revival’ spirit.
Check out the full Henry Hope-Frost article here for Goodwood Road & Racing
And if you want to read more – here is a round up of Henry Hope-Frost’s favourite moments from Revival 2016.
The last few months have been jam packed with great shoots with some brilliant teams. Dubai, Croatia the day after Revival, Portugal, Sweden and UK, hence the lack of recent blogs – too busy shooting! But keep checking back over the next few weeks for updates on all of the new work – watch this space…
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