MSA marshals receiving welcome packs

23
Feb
2017

MSA-registered marshals across the country have started receiving the new MSA welcome pack in recognition of their invaluable voluntary contribution to motorsport. The pack comprises an MSA-branded tabard (one size fits all!), flask, torch, hand warmer, info-pens and a ‘thank you’ card.

The MSA is aware that many marshals have expressed concerns at having yet to receive their packs – please be advised that over 8,000 packs are being distributed across the UK and the fulfilment process will take a few weeks.


The MSA thanks marshals for their patience.

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