We’ve answered our most frequently asked questions here.
The event is being held on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 July 2022 at Goodwood Motor Circuit.
Each year we are overwhelmed by the number of drivers, volunteers, attractions and stallholders who choose to attend The Children’s Trust Supercar Event. These individuals dedicate their time to ensure the event is the best it can be, but they do vary from year to year. This means there could be changes from previous event programmes, with different cars and activities available. We hope 2022 will be the best one yet, with some amazing ride opportunities set against the beautiful backdrop of Goodwood Motor Circuit. For more details around this year’s event, please follow our social media channels:
Instagram @childrens_trust @thesupercarevent
Facebook @childrenstrust @thesupercarevent
Of course, and thank you very much. Like many charities, The Children’s Trust relies on the kindness and support of the public to ensure our vital services continue. Please contact us at email@example.com.
If you would like to contact them, visit: www.seetickets.com/customerservices
Yes, although our advanced tickets are the most cost-effective and are available until midday on Wednesday 20th July. Buy tickets now
We have a limited amount of car rides available in each time slot on the day, and these are sold in advance though our ticket provider. Any remaining rides will be sold at our ride sales desks on the day.
Hypercar rides are only available on the day. Please listen out for PA announcements throughout the event for more information.
Passengers must be over 8 years old and 1.35cm tall. Anyone over the age limit but under the height limit will be given a booster seat.
Passengers under 16 years old are not able to ride in open top cars.
Some of our amazing cars may have restrictions on weight, height and waist measurements – this may affect the car you are able to ride in. 18st is the upper weight limited for most of our supercars.
Helmets will be provided for you on the day – all drivers and passengers must wear these to take part. Goodwood Motor Circuit insist drivers and riders in any of open top vehicles must have long sleeves and full-length trousers.
Thank you for booking a ride with us. Once you have entered the event, please head to the Supercar ride registration desk at your time slot where one of the team will take your tickets and paperwork and get your ready to ride. Once you’ve done that, head to the ride queue – look for the flag that is the same colour as your wristband.
Yes, any major changes to the event will be posted on our social pages and on our website. We will also be sending an email to ticket holders the week of the event. Please do keep a look out!
Of course, we have many beautiful spaces where our guests can enjoy a picnic. We do ask that you dispose of your rubbish appropriately, and please do not bring barbecues or any glass. Due to the nature of the event, alcohol is also prohibited.
Goodwood also provide catering outlets across the event.
Although the UK Government lifted restrictions in July 2021, The Children’s Trust has a duty of care to our visitors, volunteers, staff and suppliers and so we will continue to review how we operate our event safely. We will update this page nearer to the event in line with any guidance in place at that time.
Our parking marshals will park you as near to the site as possible and then we have a shuttle bus taking visitors across the site. Just let the marshals know and they will assist you. Likewise, if you have prams or pushchairs, then please do use the shuttle.
There are also accessible toilets and viewing areas on the site. Please check the site map in your programme for details.
No dogs other than assistance dogs will be permitted into the venue. Dogs cannot be left in cars.
No drones are permitted into the venue and anyone found with a drone will be asked to leave the venue with no re-admittance.
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