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2013 VSCC Mallory Park 097
Friday 27 September 2013

Maeers Looks to net two significant VSCC racing Trophies at Snetterton

GN ‘Parker’ racer, Justin Maeers, goes to Snetterton leading the running in both of the Club’s MSA registered championships. The Longstone Tyres Vintage Racing Trophy recognises drivers of Sports-Cars that have been driven to the circuit to race.  Competitors accumulate points based on their racing successes throughout the season and are awarded tyre vouchers to spend with Longstone Tyres.  Justin leads the running by 14 points, ahead of a quartet of fellow ‘Nash racers.
Justin also leads the Motor Sport Brooklands Trophy by 10 points ahead of close ally, Charles Gillett (Frazer Nash super Sports) and 31 points ahead of third placed man, Robert Cobden (Riley Falcon Special). The Motor Sport Brooklands Memorial Trophy for competitors racing cars constructed before or using components from specified cars built before 1st January 1941, organised and administered by the Vintage Sports Car-Club with support from Motor Sport magazine.

The trophy was first presented in 1950 having been procured by the Motor Sport Brooklands Memorial Fund to be awarded for the “best aggregate performance in the B.A.R.C. Goodwood Members’ Meetings” to be contested “annually by amateur drivers in Brooklands-style races”. The first winner of the Trophy was  J.C.C. Mayers with a Lester-M.G. Subsequent winners in the early years included Mike Hawthorn, George Abecassis, Innes Ireland and Mike Taylor.

As time has passed, the trophy has always been associated with older cars and, as such, in recent times the winners have been notable drivers of historic machinery rather than up and coming Grand Prix stars, but the winners names are still very well known including such luminaries of the art as Neil Corner, Hugh Conway, Bernard Kain, Nick Mason, Tony Mayman, Philip Walker, Duncan Ricketts, Mark Gillies, Julian Bronson and Mac Hulbert.
Justin competes in no fewer than 3 races on Sunday, showing his dedication to the cause. The stars in the Vintage and Historic Seaman Trophy races and in a short Scratch Race. 

Click here for more information about this coming Sunday's Seaman Memorial Trophies Race Meeting at Snetetrton. Tickets cost only £17 on the day, Children aged 13 and under go free.
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Photo Caption: Justin Maeers has been on fine form this year.  Mick Herring


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