Across the weekend, a parade of up to 75 significant Lotus cars from the manufacturer’s rich history will take to the West Sussex circuit, which also turns 75 this year.
The on-track tribute will focus on cars from the Chapman years, between 1948-’82.
A highlight of this homage will be the Lotus 18 that won the Monaco Grand Prix in 1960 with Sir Stirling Moss at the wheel.
The victory at the twisty street circuit was the first for a Lotus-built car.
Also at September’s Revival will be a Lotus 25, a model that holds the period lap record at Goodwood.
This was set on Easter Monday, 1965, when Jim Clark matched Jackie Stewart’s time of 1 min 20.4 secs at the circuit’s last Formula One race.