|1958 British Saloon Car Championship|
Jack Sears and Tommy Sopwith ended the final race on the same number of championship points. With this a possibility going into the final round it was initially suggested the champion would be decided by the toss of a coin. The idea was disliked by both drivers, and it was decided two identical looking Marcus Chambers-owned Riley One-Point-Five works rally cars would be brought along for a five lap shoot-out. To make the race fair, they raced five laps, switched cars, then raced five laps again with the driver who had the quickest combined time being crowned champion. In extremely wet conditions, the first head to head was won by Sopwith by 2.2 second and the second race was won by Sears by 3.8 seconds. This meant that Sears was crowned the first ever BSCC champion.
Overall winners of multi-class races in bold.
|1||Jack Sears||Austin A105||Jack Sears||C||48|
|2||Tommy Sopwith||Jaguar 3.4 Litre||Equipe Endeavour||D||48|
|3||John Sprinzel||Austin A35||Team Speedwell||A||47|
|4||Doc Shepherd||Austin A35||Team Speedwell||A||41|
|5||Alan Foster||MG Magnette||Dick Jacobs||B||40|
|6||Jeff Uren||Jaguar 3.4 Litre Ford Zephyr||Jeff Uren||C||36|