MSA launches tender process for British Superkart Championship

28
Jun
2017

The MSA has launched a tender process for the organisation and promotion of the MSA British Superkart Championship from 2018.

In the tender document the governing body is seeking interested parties to run and promote the Championship for a minimum period of three years from 1 January 2018.

The tender document is available on the MSA website via the following link:

Submissions should be received by the MSA at Motor Sports House by no later than 12.00 noon on 28 July 2017, marked for the attention of Sheila Barter, Executive Office Services Manager.

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