The process to identify the next MSA Chairman is under way, arising from confirmation that incumbent Chairman Alan Gow will retire on 31 December 2017, having held the position since 1 January 2006.
The MSA Board has appointed professional search firm Odgers Berndtson to identify the ideal candidate to Chair UK motorsport’s governing body from 2018.
Any prospective applicants should direct their enquiries by email to Simon Cummins (Simon.Cummins@odgersberndtson.com) by no later than Monday 20 February 2017.
The MSA anticipates announcing the appointment of its next Chairman later this year.
Motofest Coventry will become the first speed event organised under the new closed-roads legislation in England when it brings competitive motorsport to the city on 2-3 June. Read more
In a landmark development for Welsh motor sport, new laws facilitating closed-road events are due to come into force on 2 February, following a long campaign by the MSA and the motorsport community. Read more
The MSA is seeking applications from the best young karting talent wishing to represent the UK in the 2018 CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy, a world championship for 11- to 15-year-olds. Read more
New MSA Chairman, David Richards CBE, outlined his vision for the future of UK motorsport during the Motorsport Safety Fund Watkins Lecture at Autosport International today (12 January). Read more
Loughborough Car Club has launched the tenth edition of its innovative Disabled Driver Scholarship, which offers a free season of club level motorsport for two people. Read more
FIA President Jean Todt and FIA Deputy President (Sport) Graham Stoker crowned the 2016 MSA British Champions during the MSA Night of Champions ceremony in London on Saturday (28 January). Read more
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