Today we headed to Goodwood’s private members-only clubhouse The Kennels, to celebrate Graham’s (one of the members) special birthday.
The Kennels is a wonderful 1787 building that was commissioned by the Duke of Richmond to house his pack of hounds.
Meeting in Four Marks, 20 of us set off for the beautiful 45 minute drive down (roof down on the three convertible cars amongst us).
On arrival, the GRRC members amongst us were able to welcome the rest of the club through and out onto the terrace for an al fresco breakfast choice of Salmon, fresh eggs or bacon baps and more besides.
After breakfast and banter, we headed back to the cars and after some necessary Ferrari tinkering to get a fuel filler flap to close, we were back on the road for a tour around some of the finest roads through the South Downs. The tour eventually ended up at out next stop; The Pub with no Name! That’s right, that was the name of the pub! Also known as the White Horse, a 17th century pub near Petersfield, for lunch and more banter.
The weather was absolutely spectacular and we all now look forward to our next trip out!
The list of cars attending today were:
Aston Martin DBS Superleggera – TAG Heuer Edition
Ferrari FF V12
Jaguar F type SVR
Porsche 911 GT3
Porsche 911 ’81
Alfa Romeo 8C
Porsche 911 cabrio
Aston Martin DB9 Volante
BMW M sport
Above photos by Phil Farrell
Above photos by Chris Marshall
Above photos by Darryl MacGregor