Montagu Trophy (Best overall) : T. E. Ely (1934 Riley Ulster Imp).
Martini Trophy (Best in Concours d’Elegance) : N. Arnold Forster (1911 10½-litre Cottin et Desgouttes).
Driving Tests :
Modified Sports Cars :
First Class Award : T. F. Ely.
Second Class Award : B. M. Clarke (1929 Austin Ulster Special).
Standard Sports Cars :
First Class Awards : P. H. Still (1937 Replica Frazer Nash) and A. D. Jones 1928 30/98 Vauxhall).
Second Class Awards : R. G. Firman (1936 1½-litre H.R.G.), A. W, Rippon (1925 Type 23 Bugatti) and R. J. Nice (1930 Austin Ulster).
Third Class Awards : F. M. Hawke (1924 Riley Imp) and M. Cann (1937 2-litre A.M.).
First Class Award : C. P. Marsh (1925 7 Chummy).
Second Class Award : R. Andrews (1928 Riley 9 Tourer).
Third Class Award : D. L. Franklin (1929 10/25 Rover tourer) and J. A. Griffiths (1930 Austin 7 Chummy).
Concours d’Elegance :
Edwardian and Vintage Cars :
First Class Award : N. Arnold-Forster.
Second Class Award : J. L. Marrion (1927 RLSS Alfa Romeo).
Third Class Award : C. C. Millar (1926 3-litre Sunbeam).
P.V.T. Cars :
First Class Award : F. M. Hawke.
Second Class Award : C. Holloway (1938 Speed 20 Alvis).
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