Goodwood Revival once again played the consummate host as the Italian marque showcased some past and present variants of the V8 engine Maserati cars at the hallowed circuit in West Sussex over a busy automotive weekend.
Period dress, classic racing and tenacious competitors jumped helmet first into 1948 to 1966 role-play, with automotive Partner of the Revival, Maserati once again playing a lead part in the Earl’s Court Motor Show display highlighting the history of the V8 Maserati cars and inspired by the marque’s classic 1960s motor show stands.
V8 Levante GTS
Taking pride of place on the stand was the brand new V8 Levante GTS, finished in Bianco Alpi with a nero interior. The Levante GTS perfectly embodies the Italian marque’s legendary DNA, with a 3.8 litre V8 Twin Turbo petrol engine and developing 530 HP, the GTS features an exterior restyling focused on the lower front fascia and the rear bumper, also giving the Levante GTS a strong stance and head-turning presence. The GTS was joined on the stand by a stunning Quattroporte Series 1, the first series-production with a V8 engine.
Over fifteen classic models, included a 6CM, 8CM, Tipo 63 along with four examples of the iconic 250F, were competing at Revival, featuring in races across the three-day event.
Some of the Italian classic cars took to the circuit competing in the Goodwood Trophy, Freddie March Memorial Trophy, Richmond & Gordon Trophies and Sussex Trophy. Highlights from the weekend included a third-place finish and fastest lap for Richard Wilson in a Maserati 250S during the Freddie March Memorial Trophy on Sunday afternoon.
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