Green Belt Motor Club held its annual dinner last Saturday where winners of the club’s 15 motorsport championships were presented with their trophies.

Malcolm Wise, the club’s Enfield-based chairman, won three awards, one of which was shared with Ian Bennett, while Chris Deal, from Edmonton and who is the club’s competitions secretary, collected two awards.

Wise firstly picked up the Jackson Trophy, which is awarded to the club’s best motor racing driver, and he was also given the Trent Park Trophy, which is for the best set of performances in 15 events in any type of motorsport.

Last year, Wise raced his Ford Escort Cosworth in the Brands Hatch-based Modified Saloon Car Championship, and his 500-horsepower racing saloon recorded an overall victory and five wins in an extremely competitive class.

His third award, the Greta Taylor Memorial Trophy, was shared with New Southgate’s Ian Bennett, which is given to the best expert crew on the club’s annual treasure hunt.

A further two trophies were awarded to Deal, firstly for the club’s championships for co-drivers on single venue stages rallies, as well as the Smee Trophy for his work on the club’s monthly magazine.