For the first time, Aston Martin Works Service’s ‘Heritage Centre’ is attending the Goodwood Revival this weekend. For those not familiar, the Goodwood Revival is the premier UK classic car event and is world renowned, being ranked alongside events such as the Classic Lemans. The event is set in the grounds of Goodwood house and around the famous Goodwood motor racing circuit, a track which was home to many sports car races during the 1950s and 60s, a racing era Aston Martin heavily influenced, if not dominated, with cars such as the DB4 Zagato and drivers such as Stirling Moss.
Aston Martin Works Service has a double unit located in the Revival Market Place (139 and 140) where they have an Aston Martin DB Mark III which is due for restoration, and also a freshly restored DB5 Volante. The cars at Goodwood demonstrate the quality and standard of excellence that Aston Martin vehicles can be restored to when returned to Newport Pagnell, where Aston Martin Works Service and the Aston Martin Heritage Centre have been based for some 5 decades. If you’re planning on attending, be sure to stop in as we’re sure it will be one of the most talked about pieces of the event.