Cuff Trophy [Hill Climb]

We have always acknowledged that Formula Juniors weren’t designed solely for circuit racing, but also for Hill Climbing, by offering a Speed Championship in one form or another.

From 2016, we  had a rethink on how to improve the support, and teamed up with our friends at the 500 Owners Association to develop the Wally Cuff Trophy, to replace the FJHRA Speed Championship.

It runs within the 500 OA Hill Climb Championship, with a number of these rounds being nominated for the Wally Cuff Trophy.

2017 SEASON

Round Meeting Date Event Organisers Entry Documents
1 May 6th Wiscombe Park 500 Owners Association Entry Details
2 June 3rd Harewood BARC Yorkshire Centre Entry Details
3 August 13th Shelsley Walsh Midland Automobile Club Entry Details
4 August 26th Loton Park Hagley & District LCC Entry Details
5 October 1st Prescott Bugatti Owners’ Club Entry Details

2016 SEASON

Round Meeting Date Event Organisers Entry Documents
1 May 7th Wiscombe Park 500 Owners Association Entry Form
Regulations
2 July 17th Shelsley Walsh Midland Automobile Club Entry Form
3 August 28th Loton Park Hagley & District LCC Entry Form
4 October 2nd Prescott Bugatti Owners’ Club Entry Form

 

Key Points: (subject to MSA approval)

  • The trophy will be awarded to the highest points scoring driver in either a motor cycle engined racing car of over 500cc produced between 1945-1960, or an FJHRA recognised car produced between 1958 -1965.
  • In the case of FJHRA competitors, cars must have a valid HTP or HSCC VIF and must comply with the ‘Technical Regulations for Formula Junior cars’.
  • FJHRA competitors must become a member of the 500 OA (£30/year).
  • Points scoring and ties will be based on the 500 OA Hill Climb Championship
  • A competitor’s maximum score will be the aggregate of points obtained from the best three of the four nominated rounds.
  • The winner of the trophy must have competed in at least 3 rounds