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The MSA National Plan
The National Plan – The Way Forward. The MSA is committed to its role in ensuring the development of the sport in the UK while consolidating its core activities of governance and pursuing growth in the participation of motor sport.
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Russell Anderson to represent UK on CIK
Russell Anderson, the Chairman of the Association of British Kart Clubs (ABkC), has been appointed the UK`s chief representative on the governing body of world karting, the FIA`s Commission Internationale de Karting (CIK). Russell was nominated to the CIK by the Motor Sports Association and news of his appointment is a major boost for karting across the UK.
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Mark Johnson named Marshal of the Year
The Motor Sports Association (MSA) is delighted to announce Mark Johnson as the winner of the Alexander Forbes MSA Marshal of the Year Award for 2004. Mark, a 44-year-old grandfather from Lincolnshire, wins the award for his outstanding contribution to marshalling – particularly on rally events – over the past 25 years.
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MSA Delighted at Five-year Deal to Secure British Grand Prix
Following confirmation that the British Grand Prix will be staged at Silverstone for the next five years, John Grant, Chairman of the Motor Sports Association, governing body of motor sport in the UK, made the following statement:
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Jersey Motor Cycle & Light Car Club wins MSA Club of the Year
The Jersey Motor Cycle & Light Car Club has become the first off-shore winner of the Alexander Forbes MSA Club of the Year Award – one of UK motor sport`s most prestigious accolades. Second and third placed prizes respectively will be awarded to Shenington Kart Club, Oxon and Ross & District Motor Club, Herefordshire.
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MSA secures event cost stability for forest events
The Motor Sports Association and the Forestry Commission have agreed new fixed cost arrangements for the use of Forestry Commission land that will provide longer-term stability for both competitors and organising clubs.
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Motor sport targets under 16s in recruitment drive
The Chairman of the Motor Sports Council, Graham Stoker, has called upon all disciplines within UK motor sport to investigate how the sport can attract more young people into its ranks, in particular those aged under 16.
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Non-executive director joins MSA board
The Board of the Motor Sports Association has appointed Nick Whale as a non-executive director. This follows the recent implementation of a change in Board constitution that allows up to three additional non-executive director nominations.
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2005 Permit and Insurance Fees
A schedule of these fees is now available to download.
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MSA statement regarding the British GP
The Motor Sports Association, as the governing body of UK motor sport, is greatly concerned at the announcement made yesterday that the British Grand Prix will not appear on the provisional 2005 Formula One calendar to be presented to the FIA World Motor Sports Council for ratification on 13 October.
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MSA official leads training delegation to China
Allan Dean-Lewis MBE, Head of External Affairs at the Motor Sports Association, led a team of UK motor sport training instructors to China in August to train Chinese race marshals in an initiative backed by the FIA Foundation.
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Revised karting structure finalised
Following discussions between the Association of British Kart Clubs (ABkC) and the Motor Sports Association (MSA), the revised administrative structure for karting in the UK will come into force with immediate effect.
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Motor Sports Council chairman outlines vision
Graham Stoker, chairman of the Motor Sports Council, has outlined his objectives for the governance of UK motor sport over the next twelve months. In a letter to the Council members, Stoker – who was elected chairman at the start of the year – proposed changes and improvements in the operation of the UK sporting commission and these suggestions were endorsed at last week`s Council meeting.
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Parents to be held responsible by MSA
From the start of next year, parents, guardians and guarantors of young drivers will be required to sign on at the start of events, effectively becoming the entrant for their respective competitors, after the Motor Sports Council approved the new regulation at its latest meeting.
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Technology brings improved efficiency for MSA and benefits for clubs and licence holders
The Motor Sports Association has completed a major overhaul of its technology systems and has unveiled a raft of electronic measures designed to improve the services offered to its membership – clubs, licence holders and officials.
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Karts Clarification - Dellorto Carburettors
CLARIFICATION FOR DELLORTO VHSB 34 QD CARBURETTOR USED FOR FORMULA ROTAX 125 MAX, FORMULA ROTAX JUNIOR UK AND FORMULA ROTAX MINI MAX:
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MSA unveils Driver Development Scheme for rallying
On the eve of Britain`s round of the FIA World Rally Championship, the Motor Sports Association – governing body of motor sport in the UK – has revealed plans to ensure Britain`s representation at the highest level of World Rallying.
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RAC to sponsor MSA British Autotest and British Production Car Trials Championships
The Motor Sports Association has announced that RAC Motoring Services (RAC) will sponsor the British Autotest and British Production Car Trial Championships in 2005.
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Safety notice: JKH WILD Kart Brake system
For people using the JKH WILD Kart Brake system fitted to JKH Chassis` (including the Dynamite V3 & V4 TKM chassis).
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CALLING ALL MARSHALS FOR WALES RALLY GB!
Spaces available for clubs to register volunteers Wales Rally GB 16 – 19 September 2004 There are still spaces for marshals on some of the stages for this year`s Wales Rally GB.
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CALLING ALL MARSHALS FOR WALES RALLY GB!
Spaces available for clubs to register volunteers Wales Rally GB 16 – 19 September 2004. There are still spaces for marshals on some of the stages for this year`s Wales Rally GB.

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MSA awards Stage Rally Championships for 2005
The Motor Sports Association has awarded the promotional contracts for the 2005 MSA Asphalt and MSA Gravel Championships to BTRDA and ANCRO respectively.
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RCCP makes plans for 2005
The Motor Sports Association`s Race Championship Control Panel (RCCP) met last week to consider applications from organising clubs for 2005 championship permits.
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Letter from Colin Hilton, MSA Chief Executive, to the British GP marshals
On behalf of the Motor Sports Association and my colleagues on the Foster`s British Grand Prix Organising Committee – Andrew Waller of Silverstone Circuits, Bob Kettleboro the Clerk of the Course, Penny Deal and Pierre Aumonier, and Geoff Littler representing the marshals – we would like to offer our sincere thanks to all the volunteers and officials for their hard work and professionalism throughout the weekend.
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Richard Caborn MP presents David Coulthard with Hawthorn Trophy
British Formula 1 star David Coulthard was today presented with the coveted Hawthorn Memorial Trophy in advance of this afternoon`s Foster`s British Grand Prix at Silverstone by the Rt Hon Richard Caborn MP – Minister for Sports and Tourism – and Colin Hilton, Chief Executive of the Motor Sports Association (MSA) – the national governing body of motor sport in the UK.
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