NSRA 27th Hot Rod Supernationals Winners 2017
Participants Choice Winner: Steven Roberts – 1959 Ford Thames Van
Top Ten: Phil Perry – 1934 Ford Pick Up
Top Ten: Clive Hardy – 1950 Chevy Stepside Pick Up
Top Ten: Thomas Anderson – Willys Coupe
Top Ten: Wade Nortcliff – 1952 Chevy Apache Pick Up
Top Ten: Tim Hammond – 1932 Ford Roadster
Top Ten: Mike Key – 1932 Ford 3 Window
Top Ten: Chris Smith – 1936 Ford Coupe
Top Ten: Mark Hanna – 1956 Ford Pop
Top Ten: Kevin Foster – 1934 Ford Coupe
Top Ten: Mark Holmes – 1931 Ford Model A
Best Tot Rod: Anwar Felicien-Springall – Fordson Van
Traders’ Pick: Steve Fletcher – 1934 Chevy Coupe
Best Traditional Hot Rod: Eddy Smets – 1930 Model A
Young Rodder: Wade Nortcliff – 1952 Chevy Apache Pick Up
Pop Festival: Lisa Breslin – Ford Squire 100E
Best Model T: Keith Branch – Ford Jago T
Guest Trophy: Stuart Elrick – 1954 Chevy Bel Air
Remembrance Trophy: Jason Springate (in recognition of his help and support to fellow hot rodders)
Special Award: Andy Saunders – 1938 Cord
Special Award: James Parks (aka Jim the Electrician)
Special Award: Russ Duce
NSRA Hall of Fame Presentations were made to Mike & June Key, Dave Biggadyke and Surrey Street Rodders.
Re-presentations were also made to the family of Mickey Bray and Mike Payne.
The NSRA also held a charity auction – a total of £475.00 was raised and will a split donation to the East Anglian Air Ambulance and the British Heart Foundation. The ESRA team also held an auction on Wednesday night and raised £500.00 to be donated to the British Heart Foundation.
A special mention goes to five year old Bethany Travis who ran a sponsored 1 mile around Old Warden Park in aid of the Brompton Foundation. After a donation from the NSRA and Surrey Street Rodders, Bethany raised a total of £1,402.59 at the weekend.
A selection of 2017 Supernationals winners courtesy of Laura Ayres: