Ensuring a level playing field in UK motorsport
Motorsport UK creates and enforces rules and regulations to minimise risk and ensure a level playing field in UK motorsport. These regulations are developed, evaluated and amended throughout the year by a number of Specialist Committees representing various branches of the sport. These Committees will also play a part assisting the Council and the Board with strategic planning of the development and future of motorsport.
The Committees are supported by an Executive function in Motorsport UK, that will be jointly responsible, with the Chair of Committee, for the strategic direction of Committee work and the successful realisation of work by the Committees. Some of the Committees have Sub Committees and Working Groups, all of which may be applied for as well.
Applications are sought for the following Committees and Working Groups:
- Autotest Committee
- Cross Country Committee
- Historic Committee
- Judicial Committee
- Kart Committee Kart Technical Sub Committee
- Medical Committee
- Race Committee
- Rallies Committee
- Safety Committee
- Rescue & Recovery Panel
- Speed Events Committee Autocross & Rallycross Sub Committee
- Dragster Sub Committee
- Sprint & Hill Climb Sub Committee
- Street Sport Working Group
- Technical Committee
- Timekeeping Committee
- Trials Committee
- Volunteer Officials Committee Clerks’ and Stewards’ Working Group
- Marshals’ Working Group
- Training Working Group
Depending on the Committees, the roles may be as a member of Committee or as Chair. Please indicate your interest as such. These roles are entirely voluntary; however, expenses will be paid to cover travel to and from Committee meetings, which are held 2-3 times per year and typically at the offices of Motorsport UK. The appointments are initially for up to three years.
How to apply – If you have the relevant experience of the specialist areas, and feel you can make a significant contribution, we would like to hear from you. All we need is your CV, outlining relevant areas of specialist expertise, together with a covering letter on how you can contribute to the Committee.
All applications must be e-mailed to Andrea.Richards@motorsportuk.org and be received by Sunday 30th June 2019. All applications will be acknowledged. Please mark clearly the role for which you are applying.