An enthralling day of traditional Vintage Sports-Car Club trials was enjoyed by many competitors at The Scottish Trial on Saturday 14th April, which attracted an entry of over 50 pre-war cars. Based near Biggar in Scotland, the thirteen testing trial sections challenged both ‘man and machine’ for the final round of the 2017/18 Trials Championship.
The best performance in a class one car, and also the winner of the Scottish Trial receiving the Campbell Trophy, was Simon Price in his 1930 Model A Ford. Best performance in a class two and winner of the McCosh Trophy was Tim Kemp in his 1930 Austin Franklin Special. The best performance overall irrespective of class by a Scottish domiciled entrant once again went to Malcolm Gordon. Winner of Class One A was Nicholas Beck in his 1929 Austin Seven.
The 2018/19 Trials Championship commences with The Welsh Trial on 13th October 2018.
The Club’s next event is the openig round of the 2018 Formula Vintage season at Silverstone on 21st & 22nd of April and the AutoSolo taking place at Silverstone on 22nd April.