's 4-wheeled past in pictures. Tragedy struck at Spa in May 1958 when Snetterton
's hero Archie Scott Brown was killed. His works Lister-Jaguar
sportscar inexplicably left the road during a battle with Masten Gregory's similar car. Just short of four months later ( on September 7th ) the Snetterton
Motor Racing Club held the first 'Archie Scott Brown Memorial Trophy' meeting. A new scrutineering bay was used for the first time, built in honour of the beloved Scotsman and Archie's mother Jay was invited to present the trophy to the inaugural winner. The last race of the day was for Formula Libre cars over 15-laps, it was decided that this should be the Scott Brown Trophy race. Ivor Bueb was one of the drivers entrusted with a works Lister Jaguar
seat after Archie had gone and this particular race is long remembered as one of the closest and exciting races in Snetterton
's history. Bueb had a race long fight with Jim Russell's fleet F2
Cooper, the pair changing places each lap, ...