With over 70 years of competitive history, the Vintage Sports-Car Club has accumulated a collection of over 120 trophies. These are divided into two main categories: Annual Aggregate Trophies and named Trophies specific to individual events.
The former, such as the prestigious Lycett Memorial Trophy, are awarded for accumulation of points in any given calendar year and are specific to discipline, car type, competitor age etc. These are presented to the winners at the Club’s Annual General Meeting, traditionally held in March of the following year, and are held for a period of one year.
We also award four trophies for Marshalling, presented at the Club’s annual Marshals’ Dinner, held for those dedicated volunteers who have attended a notable number of events in a year.
Other named Trophies are traditionally tied to specific events, which include sets of trophies from which our Race Meetings often take their names, such as the Seaman Memorial Trophies, trophies awarded for Fastest Time of Day at a Sprint or Hill Climb or for overall winners of Trials, Rallies and Driving Tests. These are either awarded at the event or are made available to collect from the AGM in March.
Engraved tankards of various size, dependent on accomplishment, are sent to all trophy, class and handicap award winners at every VSCC event as a keepsake of their achievements.