The Earl of March himself at Goodwood Revival
Charles Henry Gordon-Lennox, Earl of March and Kinrara (born 8 January 1955) is the heir apparent of the 10th Duke of Richmond, 10th Duke of Lennox and 5th Duke of Gordon. He was educated at Eton College.
Lord March manages the family seat, Goodwood estate, for his father, and has continued the horseracing tradition of Goodwood Racecourse, one of the highlights of the flat racing season in England and he is also a motor racing enthusiast, creating the "Goodwood Festival of Speed" in 1993 and the "Goodwood Revival" in 1998 as annual events.
March has become one of the most highly regarded characters in the motorsport and classic car scene. One example of this is in early 2007, when Octane magazine listed him as one of the 50 most influential figures of the classic car scene. He is also mentioned in the 20th anniversary edition (in 2002) of Classic & Sportscar Magazine as one of the ten most influential figures of that scene. President of the British Automobile Racing Club.
Previously, as Charles Settrington, he was one of England's finest still life photographers, noted in particular for his trompe l'oeil photography.