- Iconic vintage 30-98 tourer joins Goodwood Revival’s Transport Corps
- Goldviva display brings Hollywood magic to Earls Court Motor Show
Luton/Chichester – With just a few days left until the 18th running of the world-renowned Goodwood Revival, Vauxhall is once more supporting the event with a mixture of heritage and glamour that captures the spirit and theme of the venue.
Taking pride of place in the Goodwood Revival Transport Corps is Vauxhall Heritage Centre’s prized 1926 OE-type 30-98, which will be busy bringing racing drivers into the circuit throughout the three-day event.
Whilst the 30-98 was built some years before Goodwood circuit opened in 1948, such was its racing pedigree that it would have been a common site among the racing fraternity of the day. The Vauxhall Heritage car, complete with Velox body, is one of the most original examples in existence. Known by its chassis number, ‘OE268’, it’s set to provide Goodwood’s racers with a ride to remember – even before they reach the circuit.
Earls Court Motor Show is another highlight of Goodwood Revival, and this year every visitor will get the chance to see their name in lights – and get a photo to prove it – at the Vauxhall Cinema stand. Celebrating the premiere of ‘Goldviva’, starring Sean Connelly, Earls Court show-goers will see a Viva HA like no other, along with the all-new 2015 VIVA. Free popcorn will be in plentiful supply to all those who visit the stand and walk the red carpet.