Supercar – and Superplane – Sunday at Goodwood Breakfast Club
PUBLISHED: 11:07 11 May 2012 | UPDATED: 14:14 10 October 2012
There were top quality rolls of many kinds at Goodwood for the first Breakfast Club of 2012.
There were top quality rolls of many kinds at Goodwood for the first Breakfast Club of 2012. It was Supercar Sunday and, along with the extremely tasty sausage and bacon rolls, there were also some superb aerobatic rolls courtesy of Mark ‘Greeners' Greenfield of Ultimate High - who put on an excellent display.
Despite the low cloud and drizzly rain, Greeners thrilled the 5,500 strong crowd with his ‘flat’ display – a precision aerial ballet of intricate manoeuvres that drew gasps from the supercar aficionados.
Pilot was there too, and after a hearty breakfast at Goodwood’s famous Aero Club, Greeners and Flight Test Editor Dave Unwin took off in an Ultimate High Extra 300 so that Dave could show Greeners how it wasn’t done!
Ultimate High plans to have an Extra 300 at all of this summer’s Sunday Breakfast Club’s, so if you like your octane high, your aerobatics low and your breakfast alongside some of the hottest (and coolest) cars in Britain (the astonishing array of sports cars really was quite remarkable), give the Goodwood Breakfast Club a try.
Admission is free, while there are no landing fees for pre-1966 aircraft and its half-price for LAA-types.
See www.goodwood.co.uk and www.ultimatehigh.co.uk for more information.