If you’re passionate about all things Toyota, make a note of the date Saturday 15 February 2020, because that’s when the second annual Toyota Parallel Pomeroy Trophy will take place at Silverstone circuit in Northamptonshire.
The event’s mission to determine Britain’s best Toyota via a series of autotest-style driving tests, with Toyotas of all types and from all eras pitted against each other using a unique series of calculations to ensure all are judged equally.
It’s also a social gathering for Toyota enthusiasts and an opportunity to swap stories with like-minded owners. The only strict requirement is that any car entering the competition must be a) road legal and b) a Toyota.
The sheer breadth and variety of cars participating in The Pom make it an event like no other, and we would love to see a similarly broad representation from the Toyota community. There’s no limit on vehicle age, nor is it specific to a select few models.
It’s worth emphasising that the competition isn’t about raw speed and power. Far from it; last year’s Toyota Parallel Pomeroy Trophy was won by an iQ, followed by a Celica GT-Four and Yaris GRMN.
Competitors will participate in a series of autotest-style challenges, with a minimum of eight tests scheduled on the day. A competition licence isn’t required, but a road driving licence is needed.
The entry fee is £30 and proceeds will go to Toyota GB’s chosen charity, Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Please get in touch with us for further details, and to get involved!