Following the huge popularity of the 2007 Goodwood Breakfast Club season, the much anticipated dates and themes for the 2008 Sunday morning meetings can now be announced.

The Goodwood Breakfast Club will be held on the first Sunday of the month, from March until November (excluding September and October) at the historic Goodwood Motor Circuit in West Sussex. The event will once again host a series of meetings with the promise of an eclectic mix of vehicles and a great organic breakfast menu to get the appetite of any motoring enthusiast going.

The Goodwood Breakfast Club was originally launched to huge acclaim in March 2006 and since then each event has attracted an enthusiastic ‘petrol head’ audience. For 2008, the monthly Breakfast Club meetings will be enhanced with a new set of themes, as detailed below, plus other initiatives designed to appeal to the real motoring enthusiast with a healthy appetite. In addition to some great cars, expect to see some fantastic motorcycles, trikes, trucks and even buses!

Enhancements made to the Breakfast Club last summer now make it easier for themed vehicles to park-up on the starting grid of the hallowed Goodwood Motor Circuit, the scene of Britain’s first post-war motor race 60 years ago in 1948. Parking for non-themed spectator vehicles has also been improved to get enthusiasts closer to their breakfast, and some mouth-watering machines. It is now also easier than ever for enthusiasts to savour a delicious and hearty home-reared Goodwood organic breakfast, with more serving and seating positions located along the main Circuit Pit Straight.

The first of the 2008 Goodwood Breakfast Club meetings will be held on Sunday 2nd March. As in previous years, admission to the Breakfast Club remains free, and all visitors are welcome.

A revised and improved website, dedicated to the Goodwood Breakfast Club will shortly be available on-line, highlighting each monthly theme, as well as a detailed listing of the delicious organic breakfast menu available.

Below is the full list of 2008 Goodwood Breakfast Club dates and themes, with a summary of the sort of vehicles visitors can expect to see at this year’s events.

2 March: ‘Tax-free Sunday – for all road fund exempt (pre-1973) classics’
Attracting: Any classic pre-1973 vehicle; cars, bikes, LCVs, etc., pre- and post-War

6 April: ‘Modern Sports Car Legends – great drivers’ cars, from 1980 to the present day’
Attracting: Modern post-1980 sporting marvels, including Lotus, Caterham, TVR, Ariel Atom, Porsche and many more…

4 May: ‘Two wheels or more, excluding four – everything from bikes to buses and trikes to trucks’
Attracting: Any non-four-wheeled vehicle, including motorcycles, scooters, three-wheelers, multi-wheeled commercial vehicles, tanks, etc., no matter how bizarre.

1 June: ‘Supercar Sunday – the ultimate performance machines’
Attracting: Every form of mouth-watering, high-powered performance exotica – cars and superbikes’

6 July: ‘Soft-top Sunday – a taste of the British summer’
Attracting: Any open-top car, however roofless

3 August: ‘Thoroughbred Sunday – the quintessential pre-1980 sports car’
Attracting: All pre-1980 classic sporting cars and motorcycles

7 September: (not held, due to Goodwood Revival)

5 October: (not held, due to Goodwood Revival)

2 November ‘Sushi Sunday – a celebration of Japanese motoring culture’
Attracting: Any classic and performance Japanese vehicle, from S800 to S2000; 240Z to new Skyline GT-R

All 2008 Goodwood Breakfast Club meetings will be staged from 08:30hrs to midday on the first Sunday of every month, from March to November (excluding September and October).

For further information please contact the Goodwood Breakfast Club Hotline: Telephone: +44 1243 755060.