Ginger Lacey Trophy
Squadron Leader James Harry "Ginger" Lacey DFM & Bar (1 February 1917 – 30 May 1989) was one of the top scoring Royal Air Force fighter pilots of the Second World War and was the second highest scoring British RAF fighter pilot of the Battle of Britain, behind P/O Eric Lock of No. 41 Squadron RAF. Lacey was credited with 28 enemy aircraft destroyed, five probables and nine damaged.
|Winning Pilot||Aircraft Type||Registration||Average Speed
|2013||Geoffrey Boot||SIAI Marchetti SF260W||G-NRRA|
|2014||John Kelsall||VANS RV7||G-JKEL|
|2015||Haverfordwest||Bob Ellis||VANS RV8||G-JBTR|
|2016||Sherburn-in-Elmet||Mark Hanson||Extra 300L||G-OLAD||2017||Sherburn-in-Elmet||92||Nick Kieswetter||VANS RV6A||G-CGYO||185.39|