Rewriting the Rules 

Monday 01 March 2021

Motorsport UK has embarked on its biggest reform of the National Competition Rules and it has asked members to have their say. 

The governing body for British motorsport is embarking on a review and reform of all its rules within the Yearbooks, the aim of the process is to examine, simplify and modernise the existing regulations, bringing improvements in structure and ensuring compatibility with the International Sporting Code and Motorsport UK’s commitment to Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion, with a view to implementation from 1 January 2023. 

Motorsport UK is set to make the rules more accessible for the membership community. They will be redrafted using clear and simple language, a more logical and discipline-specific order, and will eliminate duplication and the need for cross-referencing. The format will also give consideration to mobile compatibility to ensure the document pages are interactive and responsive across a variety of digital devices and screen sizes. It is also intended that the new rules are easy to revise where necessary.   

Motorsport UK is committed to ensuring the new regulations reflect the views of the community and is embarking on a period of consultation with its membership. The input of both competitors and officials at the broader strategic level will be vital to ensuring the success of this significant reform of the rules that govern motorsport in the UK. 

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