Throughout its history the Royal Automobile Club has awarded trophies to commemorate outstanding endeavour and commitment in the fields of motoring and motor sport. Learn more below about the history of the trophies, the stories behind the feats and past winners.
The Segrave Trophy is awarded to those with the Spirit of Adventure; the most outstanding demonstration of transportation by land, air or water.
Motor sport's original trophy, awarded since 1905 and still coveted by the best.
The Club's golden British Grand Prix Trophy has been a figure of the annual event ever since the first post-war race was staged in 1948.
Outstanding British technical achievement in the automotive industry.
Outstanding contribution to the cause or technical excellence of safe and skilful motor cycling in Britain.
A genuine contribution to motoring innovation that also exemplifies the spirit of adventure.
One of the most respected historic race series in the world, for genuine sports-racers of the post-War era.
The Motoring Book of the Year is awarded for an exceptional title with wide appeal and impeccable research with flawless writing.
The Club's new accolades recognise excellence and outstanding contributions to the UK’s historic motoring and motorsport industries.