The Stirling Moss Trophy is a series, for ‘proper’ sports-racing cars built before 1961, which was launched in 2010 to offer longer two-driver races with a compulsory pit stop and an authentic racing experience true to the later part of the ’50s era.
Evolved from the former long-running BRDC Historic Sports Car Championship, participants are restricted to cars running to genuine period specification.
Sir Stirling Moss not only honourably lends his name to the series but all cars also compete for the actual cup that Sir Stirling was awarded for winning the 1955 British Grand Prix (his first-ever GP victory); a great motivation for some superb track action.
Cars you could have expected to see racing out on track include: Chevrolet, Cooper Monaco, Costin, Lotus XI and 15, Lister Knobbly, Lola MK1, and Maserati T61.
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