Motorsport UK rolls out member benefits programme

14
Dec
2018

Motorsport UK has officially launched its new membership programme, offering a range of benefits and discounts designed to provide peace of mind, offset the cost of competition and get members closer to the action.

The initiative is part of Motorsport UK's commitment to putting members at the heart of everything that it does. From 2019, all competition licence holders are auto-enrolled in the programme, giving them offers and discounts including:

  • Complimentary personal accident cover with JLT
  • Discounts on competition and road car tyres, at Protyre, the fastest growing chain of fast fit and mechanical garages in the UK
  • 10% off competition insurances and 15% off road car insurance with Adrian Flux
  • 10% off in-store at Halfords
  • 10% discounts off Grand Prix Racewear’s branded personalised overalls
  • 10% off outdoor apparel and equipment at the UK's leading independent outdoor & mountain sports retailer, Ellis Brigham
  • Discounts on ferry travel to the continent with DFDS.

The offers have also been extended to licensed officials and registered marshals as Motorsport UK's way of saying 'thank you' for their commitment to motorsport.

Through the membership programme, Motorsport UK aims to support all levels of the sport and actively encourage grassroots participation across the breadth of the motorsport community. Additional partners and promotional offers will be announced over the coming months.

Motorsport UK members can access all these great benefits by renewing for 2019 and logging into the member portal, where they will find a new Member Benefits section explaining how to take advantage of the various offers.

For more information about the member benefits programme, log in to your Motorsport UK online account or click here.

For any queries, please contact the Motorsport UK Membership Services Team on membership@motorsportuk.org.

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