Jim Clark Trophy
The Jim Clark Trophy, in memory of Jim Clark, Tasman Champion 1965, 1967, 1968 who was killed at Hockenheim, Germany, in April 1968, is awarded annually to the New Zealand driver competing at a National or higher level who shows a sportsmanlike attitude to the sport and fellow competitors and natural ability in "putting up the most meritorious racing performance during the season".
|Craig Baird, MNZM||2010|
|Ken Smith MBE||1990|
|Ken Smith MBE||1988|
Rally Founders Trophy
The Rally Founders Trophy recognises the rally driver who performs with distinction during the rally season either nationally, internationally, or both, has a sportsmanlike attitude towards the sport and others, and displays the qualities of a true sporting ambassador.
Steel Memorial Trophy
The Trophy was inaugurated in 1983 and acknowledges the efforts of a junior (under 21) driver who competes at least at National level and who displays dedication, skill and a level of professionalism in their driving aiming to progress to the upper echelons of the sport. Recipients shall show a sportsmanlike attitude to all competitors and officials.
|Shane Van Gisbergen||2006|
|Shane Van Gisbergen||2005|
Inaugurated in 1997 to recognise the competitor who has demonstrated exceptional levels of sportsmanship, of vehicle presentation, and who embodies the very spirit and values associated with Historic and Classic Racing in New Zealand.
The trophy is from a collection of the late Sybil Lupp, kindly made available by the MG Car Club (Wellington Centre). Sybil Lupp commenced motorsport activities in 1947 and by 1952 held 144 trophies to her credit including a 5th in the inaugural Lady Wigram Trophy Race of 1949.
|Dale Mathers AND Gary Johnstone (jointly)||2014|
|Ken Smith MBE||2009|
The Bruce McLaren Scholarship
Announced in 2000 jointly by MotorSport NZ and the Prodrive Trust (renamed The MotorSport NZ Scholarship Trust in November 2002) this scholarship was established with the aims of providing a one-year assistance package to one of the sports young motor racing achievers.
The Race Technicians Scholarship
The MotorSport NZ Scholarship Trust established this scholarship with the aims of providing a work experience with a race team offshore and a technical training assistance package to a race technician who was already exhibiting initiative and skills in the New Zealand motor racing fraternity.