HSA to organise MSA British Sprint Championship

14
Sep
2018

The MSA is pleased to announce that the Hillclimb and Sprint Association (HSA) will be taking over the organisation of the MSA British Sprint Championship from 2019.

Paul Parker has successfully run the series for 20 years but is retiring at the end of the 2018 season. The HSA, already set to run the revived Sprint Leaders Series in 2019, will take over the British Championship, ensuring the continuation of this important series.

A full calendar will be published as soon as possible. Sporting regulations and the scoring system are currently under development. The HSA Speed Championship will continue in its present guise, with SBD sponsoring this, the British Sprint Championship and the Sprint Leaders Championships.

To be kept up-to-date with details, please look on the HSA’s website at www.hillclimbandsprint.co.uk.

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