Covid 19 Update from Motorsport UK

Motor sport Uk have issued the following update in response to the Government's revised protocols relating to the Covid 19 pandemic

 

  • there is now the requirement for all participants to wear a face mask in all areas of the venue at all times
  • the removal of individual personal exemptions from wearing a face mask; these persons will no longer be allowed to attend Motorsport UK events
  • enhanced powers for COVID-19 Officers, Clerks of the Course and Stewards to intervene and penalise any transgressions
  • reducing the maximum number of marshals per post to 6.     

The revised measures are effective from Monday 14 September and further details can be found in an updated version of our COVID-19 Q&A, available on the Restart section of our website.

READ THE UPDATED COVID-19 Q&A

We trust that you understand the need for these changes, and thank you in advance for your cooperation and for helping to keep the sport we love safe and on track.

Further Information on this can be found at MSUK logo

Motorsport UK Gives Green Light to Rallying

Motorsport UK ANNOUNCES THE RESTART OF RALLYING - UPDATED 9TH JULY 2020

 

Full details of the announcement can be found by clicking the link  MSUK News logo

New Licence Requirements

New Licence Requirements from Motorsport UK

this means you

THIS MEANS YOU...........

Motorsport UK are making changes to their licence requirement from 1st January 2020. This means that for the majority of the events we run YOU WILL NEED A MOTORSPORT UK Licence to compete.  This applies to both DRIVERS and NAVIGATORS. Only the Tour of Kent is exempt. But don’t panic, the new RS Clubmans licence  is free, no test or photograph is required and you can apply on line or download an application form at https://www.motorsportuk.org/2020-rs-clubman-licence/

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