Goodwood’s 2024 Breakfast Club is set to celebrate a century of automotive history while renewing its commitment to charity. This year’s event lineup, running from May to August, combines a passion for motoring with a heart for giving back.
- 100th Sunday (5th May 2024): The centennial event of the Breakfast Club will feature a diverse range of vehicles, symbolizing the event’s inclusivity and rich history. Expect everything from superminis to supercars, and even bikes and buses.
- Dedication to Charity: Goodwood continues its support for the Goodwood Estate Charity, Dementia Support, with various fundraising initiatives, including the GRRC Sunday Drives and unique experiences.
- Open for All with Complimentary Entry: The Breakfast Club is a family-friendly event, free for all. Tickets are available from 15th January 2024, ensuring accessibility to everyone.
The 2024 Goodwood Breakfast Club, commencing with the historic “100th Sunday” on 5 May, promises to be a grand celebration of automotive diversity and history. This special event will showcase everything from humble superminis to the most luxurious supercars, bikes, and buses, embodying the inclusive spirit that has characterized the Breakfast Club over the years.
“Super Sunday,” scheduled for 2 June, goes beyond the traditional Supercar Sunday, featuring an array of high-end vehicles including supercars, hypercars, and superbikes from renowned manufacturers like Ferrari, Ducati, Koenigsegg, and KTM.
The exclusive “GRRC Sunday” on 23 June will spotlight Goodwood Road Racing Club members and their diverse array of vehicles. This event is celebrated for showcasing some of the most extraordinary cars and bikes.
Concluding the series, “Classic Sunday” on 4 August offers a nostalgic journey with vehicles registered before 1 January 1984. Attendees can expect classics like the Jaguar E-type and Renault 5 Turbo, transporting them back in time.
Sam Medcraft, General Manager of Goodwood Motor Circuit, expressed excitement for the upcoming events, particularly the 100th Breakfast Club. He said, “After the sold-out success of our 2023 events, we eagerly anticipate an exhilarating 2024 as we mark the milestone of our 100th Breakfast Club gathering. Witnessing the evolution of this event over the years has been truly fantastic. In addition to the centennial celebration, we are welcoming back our two most popular themes, Super Sunday and Classic Sunday, promising a truly special lineup.”
Medcraft also highlighted the events’ charitable goals, aiming to surpass the £15,000 raised for Dementia Support in 2023. The Breakfast Club remains a family-friendly, free-to-enter event, continuing its legacy of combining automotive passion with philanthropic efforts.