The MSA is seeking applications from individuals to join several of the rule-making Specialist Committees representing the various types of UK motorsport.
The Specialist Committees meet two or three times a year, normally at Motor Sports House, to discuss new regulations and other issues. They recommend regulation changes to the Motor Sports Council, which then approves them for ratification by the MSA Board.
The following Specialist Committees have vacancies available for next year:
Membership of a Specialist Committee is entirely voluntary, although expenses are paid to cover travel to meetings at Motor Sports House. Each appointment is normally for three years.
For further details, including the number of vacancies on each committee and how to submit an application, click here.
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