An entry of over 250 Vintage and Edwardian cars tackled the Prescott hill climb course on the weekend of the 7th & 8th of August. This meeting is considered by many to be the best of its type and many enthusiasts make an annual pilgrimage to this part of Gloucestershire UK.

James Baxter won the Mays Berthon Trophy for ‘Fastest Time of the Day’ in his 1934 Frazer Nash Single Seater, beating the previous 1997 record of 41.40 seconds with a run of 40.81 seconds.

Lots of photos here

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