Another fantastic turn-out at a super sunny Goodwood for the July 2022 breakfast club. Here are my favourite pictures from the ‘classic car Sunday meet’.

There was quite a British flavour, which is no bad thing, but my curiosity in Americana was piqued by the whopping Galaxies and mad interiors. The Jensen CV8 and Gordon Keeble were rare British beauties, and who doesn’t love an Interceptor? And, not one, but two AC3000 MEs!

Incredible that this event is free, with the usual friendly staff, and good coffee to be had, with brief smiles exchanged with the Duke of Richmond who breezed through the throng clearly pleased with the turn-out.

Ultimate favourites for us ‘punks? The orange 911 was better than any Singer-thing, or modern Stuttgart creation, and the gold and tartan TR7 looked like a super slice of the ‘seventies. And how tiny are the rims on a Unipower GT?! So cool.

Hello to friends, old and new, reading this – see you at the next Breakfast Club meet in October.

About The Author

Rich Duisberg

Rich's drivel regularly appears in Practical Performance Car and GT Porsche magazines. He has also written for Classic & Sportscar, MogMag, Classic Performance and Retro, Banzai, Evo, and Modern Mini. He also did a book no-one bought. His hungover fizzog also often appears on CBS’s Carfection channel enthusing about historic motoring. Le Mans winner Derek Bell once refused to get in Rich's Morgan Three Wheeler with him at the wheel. Currently amongst the detritus in his garage is a 1972 Fiat 500 Abarth, a fat BMW and a Lotus Elise. Previous machinery includes a Porsche 968, an Alfa GTV V6 and a dreadful Sinclair C5. He also owns a vintage Royal Enfield pushbike.

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