The Historic Sports Car Club rounded out its 2021 season with a spectacular awards evening at Sywell on Saturday (20 November).

Nearly 200 members and their guests enjoyed a 1920s themed-evening in the impressive setting of the main hanger at Sywell Aerodrome, with a fitting backdrop provided by an array of famous race cars and TT winner Stuart Graham as the guest of honour.

As well as celebrating the 2021 racing champions, a number of the Club’s annual awards were presented and those to collect special awards included:

David Barraclough Trophy (spirit of Historic Road Sports): Alan House

Bellini Trophy (Best performance in a Chevron): Andy Newall

Red Rose Racing Guards Trophy (best Chevron in Guards): Andy Newall

Merlyn Trophy (Best performance in a Merlyn): Horatio Fitz-Simon

John Foulston Trophy (most wins): Cameron Jackson

Lotus Trophy Best performance in a Lotus): John Davison

Brabham Trophy (Best performance in a Brabham): Mark Linstone

Dragon Racing Trophy (best performance in a March): Nick Pancisi

Classic and Sports Car Trophy 970s Road Sports): William Plant

Samuels Trophy (Best performance in an Alfa Romeo): David Erwin

AC Trophy (Best performance in an AC): Kevin Kivlochan

Monson Trophy (best newcomer): Samuel Harrison

Peter Hanson Trophy (1-litre F3): Jeremy Timms

The Lion Trophy (so near yet so far): Horatio Fitz-Simon

Andy Dee-Crowne, CEO of the HSCC, said: “What a great way to cap a fine season for the Club. There was a great atmosphere with live music and it was a really fun evening. I think everyone enjoyed themselves and they were just glad to be back at such an event after the limitations of the last 18 months.”