This weekend the 76th Annual Goodwood Members’ Meeting will be underway with longtime friends Will Spencer – President/CEO of JKS Incorporated – and Ed Berrier – JKS’s race shop specialist/driver – attending the event for the second time since 2016.
Every year at the Goodwood Members’ Meeting, festivities such as ‘thrilling races & high-speed demos’ take place on the iconic Goodwood Motor Circuit, along with a slew of other activities fun for the whole family.
Off the race track, the Goodwood Members’ Meeting will be transforming Lavant Corner into Country Corner for the weekend. Along with activities such as ferret racing and, a favorite, duck herding, members will also be able to ‘work on their physique’ in the all new Gymnasium.
One activity that nearly everyone will be excited about will be the all-new “Going 4×4 Goal” – using miniature Jeeps to attack a giant ball trying to score goals. Kids at heart? Members will also be able to enjoy the luxury of trying some of the finest meats and cheeses – along with plenty of drinks – from Goodwood’s Home Farm.
Preparing for the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed later this year, Will and Ed will be sporting throwback paint schemes. Ed Berrier will be driving a Chevy SS wrapped in a Greased Lightning paint scheme, his own classic paint scheme from the 1992 NASCAR Busch Series season.
Will Spencer will be driving an original 1996 Interstate Batteries #18 Chevy Monte Carlo (straight from the Winston Cup Museum inventory) that was previously driven by Bobby Labonte in the Autosport International Show earlier this year.
To end the Saturday night events, there will be a display that is described as “a firework display to end all firework displays.”