On June 15th the Vintage SCC holds its annual race meeting at the Oulton Park road circuit near Chester. During the afternoon two Richard Seaman Memorial Scratch Trophy races will be contested, over 10 laps of the 2.76-mile circuit, one for vintage and the other for pre-1940 racing cars. There will also be a 12-lap scratch race for all-corners, in which post-war Historic racing cars will compete. As these events, exciting to believers in tradition and motor racing as it once was, will be supported by a number of four-lap handicaps, one of which should be the popular Chain-Gang Frazer Nash and GN race, Oulton Park should be the mecca for old-car enthusiasts on this notable Saturday. The first race is at 1.15 p.m. and during the day there will be a parade of Cheshire Life the Concours d’Elegance competitors which cannot fail to include some of the top vintage cars in this country. Further points will be scored towards the Motor Sport Brooklands Memorial Trophy, the top-scorer in which is at present 13. M. Russ-Turner, with his blown 4.1/4-litre Bentley. Note that there will be scrutineering, but no practising, on the Friday. The meeting is run by Cheshire Car Circuits Ltd.