Jaguar E-Types at 2013 Silverstone Classic
Jaguar E-Types at 2013 Silverstone Classic

Silverstone Classic 2013 – Report and Photos

Silverstone Classic 2013 – Main Photo Gallery (click image for larger picture)

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Silverstone Classic 2013 – Final Race Results

Peter Gethin Trophy for Formula 5000 and Formula 2 Cars
1. Michael LYONS – Lola T400
2. Lee DWYER – March 782
3. Mark DWYER – March 742
4. Jamie BRASHAW – March 782
5. Paul CAMPFIELD – Chevron B24

Jim Clark Trophy for HGPCA Pre-1966 Grand Prix Cars
1. Jason MINSHAW – Brabham BT4
2. Miles GRIFFITHS – Cooper T51
3. Jonathon HUGHES – Cooper T53
4. Peter HORSMAN – Lotus 18/21
5. John HARPER – Brabham BT4

Trans-Atlantic Touring Car Trophy – Combined Race Result
1. Voyazides/Hadfield – Ford Falcon
2. Mann – Ford Mustang
3 . Wills/Panayiotou – Mercury Comet Cyclone
4. Shepherd – Ford Galaxie
5. Hall/Hall – Ford Falcon

FIA Masters Historic Formula One
1. Michael LYONS – RAM Williams FW07
2. Joaquin FOLCH – Brabham BT49C
3. Steve HARTLEY – Arrows A4
4. M ROSSI DI MONTELERA – Brabham BT42
5. C D’ANSEMBOURG – Williams FW07C

Super Touring Car Trophy
1. Frank WRATHALL – Vauxhall Cavalier
2. Stewart WHYTE – Honda Accord
3. Craig DAVIES – Ford RS500
4. Dave JARMAN – Nissan Primera ST
5. Neil SMITH – Alfa Romeo 156 S2000

Froilan Gonzalez Trophy for HGPCA Pre-1961 Grand Prix Cars
1. Julian BRONSON – Scarab Offenhauser
2. Tony WOOD – Maserati 250F TecMec
3. Rod JOLLEY – Lister Jaguar Monzanapolis
4. Tony SMITH – Ferrari 246 Dino
5. Fred HARPER – Kurtis 500

Group C Endurance Race
1. Minassian – JAGUAR XJR14
2. Evans – MERCEDES C11
3. Tandy – NISSAN R90CK
4. Scott- SPICE SE86
5. Watt – SPICE SE89

Royal Automobile Club Tourist Trophy for Historic Cars (Pre-1963 GT)
1. Pearson/Oliver – Ferrari 250 GT SWB
2. Friedrichs/Hadfield- Aston Martin DP212
3. Cottingham/Smith – Jaguar E-Type
4. Drayson/Stretton – Aston Martin DB4 GT
5. Naismith – Aston Martin DB4

Peter Arundell Trophy for Historic Formula Junior
1. Sam WILSON – Lotus 20/22
2. Andrew HIBBERD – Lotus 22
3. Jon MILLICEVIC – Cooper T59
4. David METHLEY – Brabham BT6
5. James MURRAY – Lola Mk 5A

Royal Automobile Club Woodcote Trophy for Pre-1956 Sports Cars
1. Pearson/Pearson – Jaguar D-type
2. Young/Ward – Jaguar C-type
3. Smith/Young – Cooper Jaguar T33
4. Wakeman/Blakeney-Edwards – Cooper T38
5. Monteverde/Pearson – Jaguar D-type

Balvenie Trophy for Historic Formula Ford
1. Callum MACLEOD – Merlyn Mk20
2. Callum GRANT – Merlyn MK20a
3. Sam MITCHELL – Merlyn Mk20
4. Benn SIMMS – Alexis Mk 14
5. Michael MALLOCK – Mallock Mk9

Piper Heidsieck International Trophy for Pre-1966 GT Cars
1. Pearson/Pearson – Jaguar E-Type
2. Voyazides/Hadfield – AC Cobra
3. Morris – Lotus Elan
4. Caron – Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe
5. Bryant – AC Cobra

FIA Masters Historic Sports Cars
1. Voyazides/Hadfield – Lola T70 Mk3b
2. Tandy – Lola T70 Mk3b
3. Monteverde/Pearson – Porsche 917
4. Bryant – Lola T70 Mk3
5. Watson/O’Connell – Chevron B19

Sir John Whitmore Trophy for Under 2 Litre Touring Cars
1. Voyazides/Hadfield – Ford Lotus Cortina
2. Meaden/Tromans – Ford Lotus Cortina MK1
3. Jones – Ford Lotus Cortina MK1
4. Oliver/Shaw – BMW 1800 TiSA
5. Priaulx/Solomons – BMW 1800 Ti

Stirling Moss Trophy for Pre-1961 Sports Cars
1. Bryant/Bryant – Lotus 15
2. Smith/Ward – Lister Costin
3. Walker/Wright – Lotus 15
4. Minshaw/Minshaw – Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage
5. Pearson/Monteverde – Lister Jaguar Knobbly

[Source: Silverstone Classic; photos: Tim Scott / Fluid Images]

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  1. Based on the quality and range of photos, Tim Scott’s camera work and perception has to be one of the quickest “drivers” at Silverstone.

  2. These images are so super! I feel like I was “there”. Thank you so much. I also nailed the ID on the Aston Martin DB 4 Zagato w/o cheating. Got the Bizzarini, even though I had never seen one kitted out for racing. Great drama. What a talent.

  3. Interesting to see the Scarab Offenhauser driven by Julian Bronson win the Froilan Gonzalez Trophy race. Considering what a heart breaking disaster this car was in 1960, it has to be some consolidation those Scarab team members that are still with us. When I heart breaking, I mean it from the heart, I was at GPs of Monaco, Zandfoort, and Rheims in 1960.

    1. Regarding the Scarab win, I meant to say “it has to be some consolation to those Scarab team members that are still with us.”

  4. …… it takes me back to when I was drivin’ a C-type Jag to high school … and later, racing a formula C Lotus regionally in the west.. and hoping to go to Europe and go for the big one.

    1. Did the C-type overheat much? My only Jag experience was with a ’65 E-type and it overheated in traffic all the time. We finally had to have one of the cams changed because it had a soft lobe. That was supposedly keeping it from idling smoothly. But OH the overheating.

  5. …. my car didn’t have a fan for the radiator …. Had to keep it movin’ to cool….. lots of traffic situations with the gauge going way up…. Eventually,
    I mounted an E-Jag fan that I could switch on.

    1. I can see that gauge right now sitting on 120 deg. C. Too much. Glad it worked out all right for you. Back about 35 years ago I got a short ride in a BRG D-type that belonged to a private collector in Florida. He kept in and several other cars and airplanes in a hangar on a ranch in the middle of nowhere. Lovely car, lovely sound.

  6. when you get out of your pedal car you might appreciate the dedication and talent of the people that provide these great reports,keep it up guys.

      1. Charlie Kolb drove a 904 down at Moroso Motorsports Park back in the day and it was FAST and elegant. We hear that the boffins at Porsche will be returning to Le Mans in ’14: HoooooYah!