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COVID-19 Information Updates

LAST UPDATED: Wednesday 21 April 2021

A number of the devolved nations are currently in, or are entering, a period of lockdown to help control the spread of the new COVID-19 variant.

In light of the prohibition on movement during this period, Motorsport UK confirms that permits issued for events in areas that are in or entering into a period of lockdown are withdrawn.

Organisers will need to reapply if they plan to hold the event at a later date once lockdown restrictions in the applicable area have been lifted.

This website will be continually updated to reflect the latest government restrictions and protocols.

Motorsport UK would like to thank the motorsport community for its continued resilience. During the intervening period we will be working hard to ensure that as soon as government guidance allows, motorsport can safely resume once again. For the moment, our thoughts are with the frontline staff and keyworkers working to care for patients and protect the wider public.

Getting Back on Track: Guidance for Event Organisers

Details of Motorsport UK’s ‘Getting Back on Track’ guidance for event organisers can be found together with accompanying Q&A and updated event declaration documentation by following the links below.

Motorsport UK continues to collaborate with government through the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and will update its guidance, accordingly, should there be substantial changes in government advice or restrictions.

Motorsport UK CEO, Hugh Chambers said, “This project has involved a wide representation of the motorsport community coming together and examining how each aspect of every discipline can be adapted to respect government advice on social distancing, and the broader needs of the community. As ever with Motorsport, our responsibility is to the safety of both our community and the wider public. It is important that when we do restart motorsport that we do so in a safe and responsible fashion that respects the broader public health agenda and mood of the nation.

“We will all need to modify the way we have worked in the past and accept these changes in a collaborative and constructive way. Motorsport has always thrived on innovation and adaptability to overcome problems, and it has been enormously encouraging to see the community come together and freely contributing to re-imagine every part of our sport, and the practicalities of each event.”


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Devolved Nations Guidance

Motorsport UK Guidance documents

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Guidance

Media Guidance

We have updated our Media Guidance for the restart of Motorsport from 4 July for those events planning to host TV, Press and Photographers. Read the latest guidance

COVID-19 Posters

The latest versions of our COVID-19 Posters are now available in the Resource Centre

Signing-On Declaration Forms

The latest versions of our Signing-On Declaration Forms are now available in the Resource Centre

Scrutineer Forms

The latest versions of our Scrutineer Forms are now available in the Resource Centre

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