Northern Week-end Jug: W. S. May (1934 Fraser Nash).
First Class Awards: P. L. Glover (1927 Alvis), P. B. Gledhill (1928 Austin), J.A. McEwen (1930 Riley), C. Nielson-Jones (1926 Bentley), and M. Costigan (1926 Austin).
Second Class Awards: J. W. Rowley (1925 Vauxhall), D. R. Marsh (1926 Bentley), P. J. Livesey (1932 Alvis), D. Hodkinson (1936 Riley), and M. W. Young (1925 Morris).
Third Class Awards: J. R. Perkins (1929 Riley), J. A. Batt (1932 Lagonda), B. Naylor (1936 Rapier), R. L. Heath (1929 Alvis), P. J. E. Binns (1939 H.R.G.), and Mrs. J. Hill (1930 AJS).
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