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– Winners of the 2015 Credit Suisse Photo Contest revealed
– The popular competition will once again be open to all accredited media at Goodwood Revival (September 9-11, 2016)
– Consists of three categories: Action, Atmosphere, and Credit Suisse Media Moments
– All entries are judged by long-time professional photographer and Goodwood Estate owner, Lord March
– Deadline for submissions is October 14, 2016

With Goodwood Revival 2016 (September 9-11) just around the corner, Credit Suisse is delighted to reveal the winners of the 2015 Photo Contest, as it prepares for the 2016 edition of the competition.

A wide range of stunning photographs, encapsulating what makes Goodwood Revival so special, were submitted for the 2015 Credit Suisse Photo Contest, making choosing the winners a difficult task.

This task was one which long-standing photographer, Lord March, took in his stride. After careful consideration, the Goodwood Estate owner selected the following winners:

– Action and Overall Winner – Andrew Young
– Atmosphere – Matt Jacques
– Credit Suisse Media Moments – Oliver Dixon

All winning images are published here:

A prize is awarded to each winner while the perpetual trophy will be awarded to the overall winner, Andrew Young, at this year’s Goodwood Revival by Lord March and Karsten Le Blanc from Credit Suisse.

Based on the success of its Photo Contest at Goodwood Revival and the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique over the past few years, Credit Suisse will once again be inviting accredited photographers and media at this year’s event to take part in the 2016 Photo Contest.

Entries for the three individual categories, as detailed above, should be submitted ahead of the deadline of October 14, 2016.

Karsten Le Blanc of Credit Suisse said: “We would like to congratulate all of the winners in the 2015 Photo Contest. There were some fantastic entries that truly represented the essence of Goodwood Revival.”

“Goodwood is one of the highlights of the racing calendar, providing a fabulous backdrop for photographers and we look forward to seeing what this year’s submissions have to offer.”

Credit Suisse Photo Contest Terms and Conditions

To submit photographs in all or any of the three competition categories, media should send their entries by email to by October 14, 2016, at the latest.

All entries for the Credit Suisse Photo Contest for Goodwood Revival will be judged by Lord March after the event, with the decision being final, and no correspondence being entered into.

The 2016 Credit Suisse Photo Contest is open exclusively to media already accredited for this year’s Goodwood Revival, and submissions will not be accepted from non-accredited press.

By submitting images, competition entrants agree to these Terms and Conditions and permit Goodwood and Credit Suisse Group AG and/or its subsidiary companies to use winning entries, copyright-free, for potential display, advertising, and marketing purposes globally in all media.

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