Introduced in March 2006, the free to enter, and open-to-all Breakfast Club, has become one of the country’s most popular motoring events. An admission-free monthly gathering of drivers and riders united by their petrol-head passion. Held on the first Sunday of each month from March to December (with the exception of July and September when the Festival of Speed and the Revival are held) the Breakfast Club prides itself on the eclectic and laid-back nature of its gatherings.
Interestingly the November 2011 Breakfast Club marks the fifth anniversary. I received an email from the event organisers this week highlighting what they thought were the top 40 cars that have appeared at the Goodwood Breakfast Club over the past five years. They wanted to know if you could choose only one car to see at the November Breakfast Club, which one would it be (see the list below).
|Alfa Romeo:||8C Competizone|
|Aston Martin:||DB4, DB4 GT Zagato, DB5, Vanquish|
|Bugatti:||Veyron 16.4, EB110|
|Ferrari:||250 GTB SWB, 250 GTO, Daytona, Dino, 288 GTO, Enzo, F40, F50|
|Jaguar:||D-type, E-type, XJ220|
|Lamborghini:||Miura, Countach, Diablo|
|Mercedes-Benz:||300 SL (gull wing), SLS, SLR-McLaren|
|Porsche:||911 (all types), Carrera GT|
If you are attending the next event, and want to be sure of seeing your favourite car on the grid in November, please pick the one car from the list above that you would most like see, and e-mail your one top car nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org.