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Historics: Goodwood posts race results for 72nd Members’ Meeting

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On Sunday, March 30, 2014, Goodwood in West Sussex, England, completed the last of a series of weekend races in 12 categories and posted results. Darts, tug-o-war, carnivals, feasts in the Great Hall, and other activities may have been part of the 72nd Members’ Meeting at Goodwood over the sunny spring weekend in the British countryside, but the members of the Goodwood Road Racing Club got together chiefly for the meeting of their historic race cars out on the track.

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Below are provisional results for the weekend’s races, according to Goodwood and Timing Solutions Ltd. The Goodwood circuit is 2.4 miles long, and a typical race for the weekend ran 18 laps.

Race 1Gerry Marshall Trophy, Pt. 1: For group 1 of the cars that raced up to 1982.

Winner: Chris Ward, #23; Rover 3500 SD1 (Patrick Motorsports)

Race 2 -- Threlfall Cup: For front-engined Formula Junior single-seaters, of a type that raced between 1958 and 1962.

Winner: Will Mitcham, #11; U2-Ford Mk2

Race 3 – Moss Trophy: For closed cockpit GT cars of a type that raced between 1958 and 1962.

Winner: Friedrichs/Hadfield, #3; Aston Martin DB4GT

Race 4 – Tony Gaze Trophy: For Sports and GT cars of a type that raced before 1959.

Winner: Andy Shepherd, #1; AC-Bristol

Race 5 – Sears Trophy: For saloons (sedans) of a type that raced between 1958 and 1963.

Winner: Nick Swift, #20; Morris Mini Cooper S

Race 6 – Clark-Stewart Trophy: For 1.5-liter Grand Prix cars and 1-liter F2 and F3 cars of a type that raced between 1961 and 1965.

Winner: Sam Wilson, #71; Cooper-Ford T71/73

Race 7Gerry Marshall Trophy, Pt. 2: For Group 1 production saloon cars of a type that raced between 1970 and 1982.

Winners: Chris Ward/Andrew Smith, #23; Rover 3500 SD1 (Patrick Motorsports)

Race 8 – Peter Collins Trophy: For sports-racing cars of a type that raced up to 1955.

Winner: Geraint Own, #22; Kurtis 500S

Race 9 – Grover-Williams Trophy: For pre-war Bugatti racing cars.

Winner: Charles Knill-Jones, #11; Bugatti Type 35B

Race 10 – John Surtees Trophy: For sports-racing cars of a type that competed between 1960 and 1966.

Winner: Charles Goodwin, #5; McLaren-Chevrolet M1B

Race 11 – Jack Brabham Trophy: For 2.5-litre Grand Prix cars of a type that raced between 1954 and 1960.

Winner: Gary Pearson, #17; BRM Type 25

Race 12 – Salvadori Cup: For sports-racing cars of a type that raced between 1955 and 1960.

Winner: Andrew Smith, #18; Lister-Chevrolet “Knobbly”


According to Goodwood, the overall house competition of the 72nd Members’ Meeting, was won by Methuen House with 3,950 accumulated points. Second place went to Darnley with 3,405 points; third to Torbolton with 3,077, and Aubigny came in fourth with 2,819.

The 72nd Members’ Meeting is a re-invention of the annual British Automobile Racing Club (BARC) meetings that were held at Goodwood in the 1950s and 1960s. Members of the Goodwood Road Racing Club (GRRC) convene on the Goodwood estate in Chichester, West Sussex, England and participate in games, activities, and racing, earning points for their assigned “house” team in a classic British style.

The 2014 meeting is the first such gathering since 1966 and joins other popular motor sports events held annually on the British estate, the Goodwood Festival of Speed in the summer and the Goodwood Revival each fall.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Connie Ann Kirk, Ph.D. has been credentialed by the FIA to write about Formula 1 and by various historic racing organizations to write about their events. With a historic racer from upstate New York, she is working on a book about racers and racing. Check out her blog at Motor Sport Muse.


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