The 1954 Joe Fry Memorial Trophy was a non-championship race from the 1954 season. It was held at the Castle Combe Circuit on August 28 1954 and was the third annual running of the event at the circuit.

The race was won by Cooper driver, Horace Gould. It was the British driver's first win in Formula One.

Background[edit | edit source]

Qualifying[edit | edit source]

Race[edit | edit source]

Results[edit | edit source]

Pos No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Gap
1 36 United Kingdom Horace Gould Cooper-Bristol 15 19:49.0
2 42 United Kingdom Bill Whitehouse Connaught-Lea-Francis 15 + 11.1
3 45 United Kingdom John Riseley-Prichard Connaught-Lea-Francis 15 + 17.2
4 40 United Kingdom Michael Young Connaught-Lea-Francis 15
NC 47 United Kingdom Ron Searles Cooper-JAP
Ret 49 United Kingdom Bob Gerard Cooper-Bristol 9 Steering
Ret 44 United Kingdom Jack Fairman Template:Turner-Lea-Francis 3 Piston
Ret 44 United Kingdom Reg Parnell Ferrari 1 Piston

Milestones[edit | edit source]

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