Specialist committees: MSA requests nominations for 2018 membership

22
Feb
2017

The MSA is seeking nominations for individuals to join the Specialist Committees that represent the interests of the various ‘disciplines’ of motorsport.

The Specialist Committees meet two or three times a year, normally at Motor Sports House, to discuss and debate new regulations and other issues. The following Specialist Committees may have vacancies available for next year:

  • Autotest Committee
  • Cross Country Committee
  • Historic Committee
  • Kart Committee
  • Kart Technical Sub Committee
  • Race Committee
  • Rallies Committee
  • Autocross & Rallycross Sub Committee
  • Dragster Sub Committee
  • Sprint & Hill Climb Sub Committee
  • Trials Committee

All applicants must be members of an MSA recognised motor club or Regional Association, which must ‘sponsor’ the application. However there are no formal qualifications required other than a commitment to and experience in motorsport. The role is entirely voluntary, although expenses will be paid to cover travel to meetings at Motor Sports House, and the appointment is normally for a three-year term.

How to apply
Applicants should submit a brief CV of their motor sport involvement and achievements, including any relevant qualifications, together with a letter supporting your nomination from an MSA-recognised club or Regional Association. The Club or Regional Association will forward the application to Andrea Richards
at Motor Sports House, Riverside Park, Colnbrook, SL3 0HG. This must be done as soon as possible as applications must be received before 2 June 2017.

Please note any applications received after Friday 2 June 2017 will not be considered.

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