The final day of the Goodwood Revival is well underway, with action on and off the track.
The Gordon Trophy, which celebrates rear-engined Grand-Prix cars, was won by Miles Griffith earlier this morning (Sunday, 15).
The Fordwater Trophy was won by David Smithies in an Austin-Healey.
The Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy is also set to be a big crowd-pleaser, taking place later today.
Off the track, visitors have been enjoying a stroll down the vintage high street and the supermarket aisles of memory lane.
Customers have stepped back in time browsing the shelves which are stacked high with products from the era.
Mike Emery, director of local marketing at Tesco, said: “We’ve really enjoyed recreating this 1960s shop to help jog people’s memories, and give younger fans of the decade a glimpse of what shopping was like for their parents and grandparents.”
There will also be a Battle of Britain memorial flight taking to the skies at 1.45pm.
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