Only two drivers have won the much coveted Woodcote Trophy twice over the 10 years of its existence - Gary Pearson and Nick Wigley. Of the 35 rounds that have been run in total, 21 have been won by Jaguar D-Types, and only on 5 occasions by a non- Jaguar powered car.
The Woodcote Trophy remains all about the cars throughout the grid, and about the most gentlemanly, the most respectful and the most fun drivers of any series I know, we are extremely grateful for everyone’s support over the last 10 years.
At the end of last month, the series headed to the Silverstone Classic with a 45-car strong grid, which was a really great way to continue the celebrations. next month, we head across the Channel for the Spa Six Hourds Meeting, followed by the series finale on October 28-30 at the Algarve Classic Festival in Portimao.
Events such as the Goodwood Revival have done wonders for broadening the appeal of classic racing to a wider audience and this growing enthusiasm has increased the demand for quality race grids - where the cars are extraordinary and competitors know who they are racing against - this ensures a rosy future for Motor Racing Legends’ Woodcote Trophy.