The MSA has boosted its Go Motorsport participation drive with a new GoMotorsport.net website, packed with information and contacts to help people get involved as competitors, volunteers and spectators.
The original Go Motorsport website was launched in 2008 as an information hub for people interested in getting involved in all areas of motor sport. The new website expands on the original with fresh and updated content, all wrapped up in a slick new design and easy-to-navigate format.
The website features new pages about the cost of competing, how to get a competition licence, how motor sport can engage with schools and communities and the ways in which Go Motorsport can help local motor clubs. This adds to information on all of the major motor sport disciplines and volunteer roles, as well as FAQs, contacts, and the unique club and events search function.
Ben Taylor, MSA Director of Development and Communications, said: “Go Motorsport is about encouraging new people into our sport. This new site will help us to do that, by providing a much clearer message to people looking to get started for the first time.
“We have tried to answer the typical questions that are frequently asked of us: how much does it cost, can I use my road car, how old do I have to be, where do I start... We also need to open a dialogue with those people who are interested in our sport, so that we can tell them when there is something suitable going on in their area.
“The site will support the valuable work of the Regional Development Officers who are spreading the word on the ground and helping our clubs to attract new members.”
7 September 2012