Goodwood Classic Solutions at 75th Anniversary Sunday

GCS Showcase at 75th Anniversary Sunday

GCS Showcase at 75th Anniversary Sunday

As we enjoy the second Goodwood Breakfast Club event of the year on 75th Anniversary Sunday, the team at Goodwood Classic Solutions – which can handle all your classic insurance needs – have three stunning classics on display.

As well as knowledgeable and friendly members of the Goodwood Classic Solutions team, you’ll also find a handful of gorgeous classic and specialist cars alongside us at the meet.

This is a great opportunity for you to find out more about Goodwood’s latest vehicle insurance products, as well as taking a look at some stunning examples of some exceptional vehicles.

If you want to know more about Goodwood Classic Solutions before the 75th Anniversary Sunday Breakfast Club this weekend, then click here to learn more.

We understand that every vehicle is unique, which is why our Agreed Valuation policies take the true value of your classic car into account.

We understand that every vehicle is unique, which is why our Agreed Valuation policies take the true value of your classic car into account.


A 1973 BMW 3.0 CSL will take centre stage. This homologated retort to Ford’s dominance of the European Touring Car Championship formed the basis of the M motorsport badge on every high-performance BMW since the M1 supercar went on sale in 1978.

The CSL featured a lightweight body using thin-gauge steel and a bonnet, boot and doors made from aluminium, while the standard car’s 2.8-litre engine was bored out to 3.0 litres to compete in the 3.0-litre division of the sport.

The CSL went on to dominate, taking the championship five times in a row from 1975 to 1979.



Ford Sierra RS Cosworth

The Ford Sierra RS Cosworth is another classic steeped in motorsport folklore, and we’ll have a 1989 example on hand for you to ogle over.

The Sierra was the first Ford to wear the Cosworth badge and was built to homologate the car for the Group A World Touring Car Championship, taking six pole positions on the trot in its opening year in 1987.

Based on a three-door Sierra body shell, the Cosworth was powered by a turbocharged 2.0-litre petrol engine that – unlike the later four-wheel-drive Escort Cosworth – spun the rear wheels.

The car would claim numerous successes in international motorsport but is perhaps better known for being the world’s first blue-collar performance car.


Ford Sierra RS Cosworth

Porsche 356 Speedster

The third car on the GCS stand – a 1955 Porsche 356 Speedster – is a different kettle of fish altogether.

Introduced in 1954, it was the brainchild of American Porsche Importer, Max Hoffman, who recognised his home market’s demand for a lightweight open-top sports car.

With a removable windscreen, simple folding roof and bucket seats, the 356 was seen as the ideal weekend racer and is seen by many as the iconic 1950s sportscar.

The Porsche proved a particular hit in the sunnier climes of California. In all, just 36,767 examples were ever built.


1955 Porsche 356 at 75th Anniversary Sunday Goodwood Breakfast Club

If you’re at Goodwood Breakfast Club’s 75th Anniversary Sunday this weekend, make sure you drop by the Goodwood Classic Solutions stand by the main pit area to take a look at these incredible vehicles in person, and speak with our team about how you could benefit from getting your vehicle insurance with Goodwood Classic Solutions.

Photography by Toby Whales.

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