The MSA is seeking a Go Motorsport Regional Development Officer (RDO) to cover the South East of England.
Go Motorsport is the MSA’s development programme, to encourage new people into motor sport and to develop and sustain motor sport. The work will include supporting motor clubs, regional associations and education establishments to encourage new people into motor sport, develop motor sport and sustain motor sport in the region via a variety of methods. The candidate must be prepared to work evenings/weekends as required due to the nature of the sport.
It is imperative that the candidate is a motivated self-starter and is confident and able to work independently including managing their own diary and workload.
For the full role description and details of how to apply, please click here.
The MSA has issued an event organising permit to Truro and District Motor Club for a new closed-road hill climb at Watergate Bay in Cornwall, due to run on 15-16 September. Read more
The Motor Sports Association (MSA) has selected Josh Rattican and William Orton to represent the UK in the CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy, an international competition for 11- to 14-year-olds. Read more
The British Motor Sports Training Trust (BMSTT) has recently launched its new website at www.bmstt.org, featuring information about the Trust and grant aid guidance for MSA clubs and organisations. Read more
Bolton-Le-Moors Car Club has raised £1800 for the Wigan and Leigh branch of Headway, the brain injury association, through donations at club events. Read more
The MSA has entered negotiations with Zip Kart on behalf of LeCont as the preferred supplier of tyres for the OK and OK-Junior kart classes for 2018. Read more
The Motor Sports Association (MSA) regrets that two competitors have lost their lives as the result of an accident on the Loco 2 Stages rally today (29 December 2017). Read more
David Richards CBE, MSA Chairman-elect, will deliver the Motorsport Safety Fund Watkins Lecture at Autosport International on Friday 12 January. Read more
The Motor Sports Association (MSA) will distribute its largest-ever insurance rebate of £472,000 to MSA event-organising clubs, to help boost their finances ahead of the 2018 season. Read more