Recognising the achievement of outstanding indivduals.
The Historic Motoring Awards, now celebrating their 12th anniversary in 2022 is the premier historic motoring awards night of the year.
The Apprentice of the Year is judged by an international panel including Jay Leno, Dominic Chinea and Derek Bell MBE.
The Royal Automobile Club's Historic Awards are a set of annual accolades recognising excellence and outstanding contributions to the UK’s historic motoring and motorsport industries.
The Club has been at the heart of the motoring world since its formation in 1897, and the Historic Awards are a natural continuation of a rich heritage.
The Heritage Engineering Apprenticeship Awards recognise individuals and institutions who have made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of apprenticeships and skills in the field of Heritage Engineering.
The Morris Minor Owners Club was formed to cater for the 1.6 million "loveable jelly-moulds" which were built between 1948 and 1971. It is proud to present the annual Jack Daniels Trophy plus a cheque for £250 to an apprentice working in vehicle restoration. Jack Daniels was an automotive engineer who worked with Sir Alec Issigonis to develop the Morris Minor and was a key developer of the hydrolastic suspension found in the classic mini.
The RREC Great Western Section program supports and encourages young apprentice engineers working in the field of restoration and maintenance of vintage and classic cars.
The Sir Henry Royce Memorial Foundation awards are presented each year to outstanding apprentices working on Rolls-Royce and Bentley cars.
Coming soon: The Aston Martin Heritage Trust (AMHT) aims to sponsor a new annual award for the best apprentice in the AML community, and AMHT will arrange publicity, the judging process and the awards ceremony. The award itself will be a commemorative trophy and a monetary award. The apprentice’s employer will also receive a trophy.
Dedicated to the memory of Malcolm Davey, former Vice-President of the Alvis Owner Club, this award was a judged competition where apprentices devised and fabricated a specialist tool to help with their careers.
The prize, in cooperation with Snap-On Industries, was a £1,700 full imperial tool-chest.
It was presented at the Classic Motor Show at the N.E.C. with the Late Sir Stirling Moss OBE among the presenters. The award ran from 2016 to 2017.