The MSA enforces General Regulations to minimise risk and ensure a level playing field in UK motor sport. These regulations are evaluated and amended throughout the year by a number of Specialist Committees representing various branches of the sport.
The Specialist Committees meet two or three times a year, normally at Motor Sports House, to discuss and debate new regulations and other issues. They recommend regulation changes to the Motor Sports Council; the Council is led by the Chairman, who is joined by the MSA Chairman, MSA Chief Executive, representatives of the Home Countries, and the Specialist Committee Chairmen. Council decisions are ratified by the MSA Board and then passed to the MSA, as the Executive Body, for implementation and enforcement.
The following Specialist Committees have vacancies available for 2019:
The role is entirely voluntary, although expenses will be paid to cover travel to meetings at Motor Sports House. The appointment is normally for three years.
For further details, including the number of vacancies on each committee and how to submit a nomination, follow the link to the relevant committee page.