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MSA Club Development Fund gives £25,000 in 2004
The awards made in 2004 ranged from £50 to the maximum £2,500 and included the following projects:
• The purchase of new frequency safety radios by 12 clubs
• The purchase of new safety and rescue equipment by five clubs
• Venue improvements by four clubs

Colin Hilton, Chief Executive of the MSA, says: "Since its inception in 1995, the Club Development Fund has provided £387,000 to grant aid projects totalling £1.83 million. The more surplus the MSA can generate from commercial activities, the more good work we can do to ensure the further development and growth of the sport."

Applications are considered from MSA recognised motor clubs which are members of at least one Regional Association. Priority is given to applications which are considered most likely to improve safety or increase the number of active participants in motor sport. Applicants are required to meet at least 50% of the cost of their project and the maximum individual award is £2,500.