Details of motor clubs seeking to become MSA Recognised or to change their name will be announced here for a period of four weeks.
There are many benefits to becoming MSA Recognised. If you are interested in becoming an MSA Recognised Club or Group, please click here for an information pack. Alternatively, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org providing your name and address and we will send you a pack.
In order to become recognised a club must have at least 25 members and its rules must have been approved by the MSA. The names and addresses of the members must be supplied with the application. The Club must undertake to comply with all regulations and requirements of the MSA and to pay an annual registration fee and all insurance and other charges and fees due under the General Regulations (and the Appendices thereto).
MSA Recognised Clubs that wish to object to the recognition of any of the clubs listed below should send a letter (on club headed paper) outlining their concerns to the Competitions and Clubs Department of the MSA, or by email to email@example.com
Motor Clubs applying for recognition:
24th January 2017
North East Scotland Motorsport Club
Contact: David Law
16th February 2017
Meirion Classic Car Club
Contact: Paul Bloxidge
17th February 2017
Contact: John Broughall
Change of name:
MSA Recognised clubs wishing to change their name are required to forward a copy of the minutes of the meeting where the name change was proposed, as well as an updated Club Constitution, to the MSA.
1st February 2017
Downtown Engineering Works Social Club
Change of name to: Downton Motor Club