The Motor Sports Association (MSA) welcomes today’s announcement by the Crown Office of a joint Fatal Accident Inquiry into the tragic events of the Snowman Rally 2013 and Jim Clark Rally 2014.
The MSA will cooperate fully with the FAI, as it has throughout the Police investigations and the Scottish Government’s Motorsport Event Safety Review (MESR).
Today’s news will give the families of the deceased and the injured an opportunity to find answers to any questions they may still have.
The MSA will be making no further statement at this time.
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