The objective of the British Motor Sports Association for the Disabled is to assist drivers with disabilities to compete in all forms of motorsport
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Please Note:  The next MSA Medical Advisory Panel Meeting scheduled for 2017  is on 11th October 2017.   Our Chairman, David Butler, is an MSA Committee Member and full member of this Panel.
  
 
FIA International Regulations for Drivers & Navigators came into effect from 2011 with the advent of "Licences for participants with special abilities". The latest version published is replicated on the "Regulations MSA & FIA" page.

Dave Player and Team BRIT have developed world-leading hand control technology, allowing disabled drivers to race against able-bodied competitors.
Developed with Slovenian motorsports expert Marko Mlakar, and implemented and engineered by Plans Performance, the controls introduce an electronic braking system, making racing easier and safer for drivers who are unable to use their legs.
The steering wheel can be removed easily, allowing teams of drivers to easily switch controls.
The team will be sharing the new technology with the rest of the motorsport world in the hope that other teams will use the controls and encourage more disabled drivers to race with the best.
If you would like more information on how you can use this technology and commission similar equipment for your cars, email Dave Player  - for contact details of our specialist technician.
For more details and a video please visit - Website: www.teambrit.co.uk

Steve Hopwood  - Swift & Sure (SCT) 

Steve, who is a double amputee from a motorcycle accident, has started his own venture delivering and collecting vehicles using his Land Rover Discovery and covered car transporter.

He is offering a first class service and can be contacted on -     07730 921051


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  -
www.msauk.org