From the great film archives of motor sports history, with the addition of interviews and comments both contemporaneous and recent, expertly compiled featuring all the marques and famous names, Goodwood Motor Circuit, will delight the both the enthusiast and historian. It's hard to imagine that one of the world's most challenging high-speed tracks, with probably Britain's best sequence of high-speed, off-camber, multi-apex corners, was originally designed by an anonymous draughtsman in the service of the Air Ministry - but it was! Had he been commissioned to design a motor circuit? No. Only in 1948 the exact same stretch of tarmac that during World War II served as the perimeter track encircling the RAF air base of Westhampnett, was established as the Goodwood Motor Circuit. The very first meeting took place on Saturday 18th September 1948. The winner of the 500cc race was 19 year old Stirling Moss. Goodwood was to feature very much throughout his entire illustrious career. During the course of the following 18 years 'Glorious Goodwood' as it became known attracted the world's greatest driving talent in what many consider to be the 'golden era' of motor sports. One wonders, with the re-emergence of Goodwood as a historic track, if the Sussex police are back to their habit of staging speed traps on race and test days. Both Bruce McLaren and John Surtees were once caught speeding. But once sent on their way again, the duo waited for the police car to go. When asked by the constables why they were still hanging about they replied: We're waiting for you to catch Salvadori!