The objective of the British Motor Sports Association for the Disabled is to assist drivers with disabilities to compete in all forms of motorsport

Please Note: 
1) The next MSA Medical Advisory Panel Meeting is scheduled for the 8th October 2015
NB: Our Chairman, David Butler, is now an MSA Committee Member and full member of this Panel
2) New FIA International Regulations for Drivers & Navigators came into effect from 2011 with the advent of "Licences for participants with special abilities" - see the "Regulations MSA & FIA" page.

Nathalie McGloin broke her neck in a car crash as a passenger when she was 16.
Paralysed from the chest down with limited grip in her hands, she learnt to drive a road car and passed her driving test with hand controls. 

Nathalie is now racing in the Porsche Club Championship in a Cayman S run by Mission Motorsport.

Her first ever race weekend at Brands Hatch saw her gain a best result of 12th out of 19 starters.

The magnificent Kartforce Team grows by the week!   -

 This image was created by Doug Howe, proud ex-Rifleman and regimental photographer.
Doug has recently left the Army and embarking on a career as a photographer. One of his specialities is creating team images. 
You can contact Doug by email on .

If you are competing in an MSA motorsport event and have a disability you must have these "D" stickers on both sides of your kart or competition car. 
Please refer to the Blue Book for more detailed information. These are now available on the MSA website in the Online Shop under MSA Publications - Product Code S-DIS  -