"Motor Sport" 1954 Clubs Trophy

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This year’s Motor Sport Clubs Trophy, contested at Club Silverstone Race Meetings, has been won jointly by A. J. Nurse and J. Venn. Consequently, the first and second prizes (£50 and £20) have been added together and divided between the two competitors, who thus receive £35 each. The third prize of £10 has been won by R. C. R. March. The Clubs Trophy will be held for six months by each winning driver, and each will receive replicas.

The table below shows how the points were accumulated. The Aston Martin O.C. had no separate Motor Sport race and thus no points applied to their meeting. At the M.C.C. meeting Mr. Nurse drove a Lotus in the Motor Sport race, in which he finished second, but as he had qualified with his Riley he has to be excluded under rule 5, and the other finishers have been moved up a place. Mr. Nurse re-qualified with his Lotus for the Peterborough meeting, but was unplaced in the Motor Sport Handicap.