Stirling Moss Trophy
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Honoured to be named after the late Sir Stirling Moss the series, for ‘proper’ sports-racing cars built before 1961, celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. Regarded as one of the most prestigious grids for Sports Racing Cars of this era, the great man event presented the overall series winner with the actual trophy he won at the 1995 British Grand Prix – his first ever Grand Prix victory to the overall winners in 2011. The series will continue uphold his honour on the race track.
The Stirling Moss trophy has always offered longer two-driver races and an authentic racing experience true to the ’50s era. Evolved from the former long-running BRDC Historic Sports Car Championship, participants are restricted to cars running to genuine period specification, with an expectation of driving standards that are ‘gentlemanly’ as well as competitive. The grid has been hugely popular since the outset, and continues to be so year on year.
Rules for the Stirling Moss Trophy state that all cars must conform strictly to period specification. Races are traditionally an hour long, with a special two-hour race to finish the season in the Algarve. All races are for one or two driver entries, and feature a compulsory pit stop. We would recommend early registration to guarantee your place on this much coveted gentleman’s racing grid.