Posts Tagged ‘MSA’

22 Apr 2011: Could holding a road race become easier in future?

The government has announced a three-month public consultation on amending existing legislation to allow organised motorsport to take place on public roads.

27 May 2010: MSA announces opportunities for young drivers

Talented drivers aged 16 to 18 have an opportunity this summer to boost both their academic and racing careers by joining a prestigious apprenticeship scheme backed by motorsport’s UK governing body.

25 May 2010: Online racers gain official recognition from national motorsport body

Online racers using gaming platforms to simulate the cut-and-thrust of the real-world racetrack have seen their association become a member club of Britain’s national motorsport authority.

29 Apr 2010: As Silverstone thrives, Donington languishes

The Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire today staged the launch of its Arena layout, redeveloped at a cost of £5 million, with guests including racing drivers past and present, team bosses and the Duke of York.

14 Apr 2010: Election candidates challenged to support British racing circuits

Householders who try to use strict planning rules to cripple British racing venues are about to be made a general election issue by the UK’s motorsport governing body.

14 Apr 2010: MSA: Young drivers to get bursaries of up to £10,000

Bursaries worth up to £10,000 are to be made available to young drivers thanks to a new initiative from British motorsport’s governing body.

15 Jan 2010: Racing Steps Foundation moves to support more young drivers

The hunt for the British racing champions of the future has received a major boost with the news that the Racing Steps Foundation will be throwing its weight behind a new national elite squad.

7 Aug 2009: New development scheme for young British racing talent

A new motorsports academy has been announced that seeks to back promising youngsters from the age of eight with the aim of finding the top-flight drivers of the future.

8 May 2009: Donington regains track licence

Donington Park’s interrupted racing season can resume after safety improvements following construction made the grade and led to it being awarded a new licence.

16 Apr 2009: Donington out of action for five weeks over safety issues

Talks with British motorsport regulators have so far failed to provide a resolution to safety issues at the Donington Park racetrack following work to upgrade its facilities to F1 standards.

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