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There are many changes to the 2003 Licensing Regulations, some of which are detailed below.
For the full Regulation please refer to the Regulation number detailed in brackets. Many of
these changes are to benefit you, the competitor, simplifying the upgrade and retention process.
So please take time to read these notes in full.

Introduction of New Licence Grades -
Speed National ‘A’ (OPEN) [2.15.5. (a) and (b)]
This licence entitles the holder to participate in National ‘A’ Speed events in a vehicle as defined in L 7.1.5.
Off-Road National ‘A’ & International [2.15.13]
This licence will only be valid for Off Road events at National ‘A’ or International status respectively and any other
events accepting a Non-Race National ‘B’ or Non-Race Clubmans licence.
Relaxation of Regulations to Upgrade -
Race National ‘B’ to Race National ‘A’ [2.15.2.(a)]

Removal of time limit on qualifying upgrading signatures Removal of requirement to compete at different venues Non-Race National ‘B’ to Speed National ‘A’ [2.15.6.(a)]

Removal of time limit on qualifying upgrading signatures Kart National ‘B’ to Kart National ‘A’ [2.15.12.(a)]

Removal of time limit on qualifying upgrading signatures Removal of requirement to compete at different venues Relaxation of Regulations to Retain your Grade -
RACE [2.15.1.]

Removal of time limit to enable retention of National ‘A’, International Historic and International ‘C’.
SPEED [2.15.5.]

Removal of time limit to enable retention of National ‘A’ and International.
KART [2.15.11.]

Removal of time limit to enable retention of National ‘A’ and International ‘C’.
Competing Nationally within the EU and comparable countries [2.21.4.]
The FIA World Council has decided to create a status of national events with authorised foreign participation for all
EU and comparable countries. As an exception, from 1 January 2003 and the year 2003 only, this transitional measure
will allow any licence holder to take part in a national event in any one of the 21 EU (or comparable countries),
provided that the event concerned is entered on the 2003 International Sporting Calendar under the heading:
“National Event with Authorised Foreign Participation (NEAFP).
Therefore MSA Competition Licence holders of National ‘A’ status and above will be able to continue theirparticipation in national events within the EU and comparable countries providing that the event is inscribed on theFIA International Sporting Calendar under the heading “National Event with Authorised Foreign Participation(NEAFP) [2.21.4]. The International Sporting Calendar is published on the FIA website www.fia.com MSA COMPETITION LICENCE NOTES
These notes are an extract from Section E of the 2003 Regulations
2. REGISTRATION AND LICENSING OF COMPETITORS
a licence holder, this will usually include the waiver of the non-production oflicence fine [2.17.1].
If an applicant doesn’t receive the licence, after allowing for the processing and delivery time, the MSA should be notified in writing. If the notice is received by the MSA within 6 weeks of despatch of the licence by the MSA, it will issue a duplicate. After 6 weeks have elapsed, the normal duplicate licence charge will be levied in accordance with Section Z.
2.3.2. RACE – A competitor making an application for the first time for a Race
licence must obtain a novice race driver ‘Go Racing Driver Pack’ application form from the MSA and then may be required to purchase a ‘Pack’ and then complete an approved course at a school registered with the Association of Racing Drivers’ Kart Racing and all International Licence Applicants School (ARDS). The procedure to be followed is contained in the ‘Pack’.
2.10. Medical Declaration – International Licence Applicants – 45 and Over
2.11. Medical Declaration – Disabled Drivers
2.3.2.1. Anyone who has held a National `B’ Race licence at any time during 2000,
2.12. Competition Licence – Period and Validity
2001 or 2002. Competitors who have not renewed or held a National ‘B’ licence 2.13. Competition Licence – Types
since 1999 or earlier must comply with 2.3.2.
2.14. Competition Licence – Grades
2.3.2.2.*Anyone who can provide proof of having ever held, or entitled to hold, a
2.15. Competition Licence – Retention, Downgrading and
Race licence of higher status than Restricted or National `B’. Competitors who have not renewed their licence for 5 years or more will be required to pass the 2.16. Competition Licence – Fees
2.17. Competition Licence – Inspection
2.3.2.3.*Anyone who has held a Competition Licence during 2001 or 2002 and can
2.18. Competition Licence – Restrictions
produce written proof of having been classified as a finisher in at least eight 2.19. Competition Licence – Holder’s Indemnity and Undertakings
Rallycross events during that time and who passes a written examination.
2.20. Competition Licence – Waiver
2.3.2.4.* Anyone who is entitled to an International ‘A’ or ‘B’ Kart licence and who
2.21. Grade of Event and Licence Types and Grades
2.22. Entrants
2 . 3 . 2 . 5 . * Anyone who, being a foreign national, can produce proof from their
2.23. Advertising
ASN that they have the necessary racing experience. *As the written examination is based on the Competitors’ Yearbook and other 2.1. Introduction
information contained in the ‘Go Racing Driver Pack’, it is recommended that the The Motor Sports Association (MSA) has been empowered by the Federation pack is purchased in these exemption categories.
Internationale De L’Automobile (FIA) to register and licence British citizens 2.3.3. KART – A competitor making an application for the first time for a Kart
wishing to compete nationally under the MSA’s Motor Sports Regulations licence must obtain a novice kart driver ‘Starting Karting Pack’ application form and/or internationally under the FlA’s International Sporting Code. Under Navi-
Front
Rear
certain circumstances citizens of other countries may also apply for registration.
Discipline
Driver
Remarks
gator
Passenger
Passenger
Registration will be effected by the issue of a Competition Licence of a type applicable to the motor sports discipline and the status, National or International,in which the applicant wishes to compete. Subject to certain conditions a status of licence may be upgraded at any time during the year. Registration shall expire at TruckRace
the end of the year shown on the Competition Licence. Any person from 8 yearsof age wishing to register must complete a Competition Licence application form.
Kart Race L/C
All applicants will be required to complete a medical self declaration. First time Kart Race S/C
applicants 18 years and over applying for a Car, Truck or Kart Racing licence willbe required to pass a medical examination and will be required to complete an annual medical self declaration until the age of 45 after which they will be Road Rally
required to pass an annual medical examination. Applicants for all Internationalgrades of Competition Licence will also be required to pass an annual medical Navigation Rally
examination. International licence applicants 45 years of age and over must Stage Rally
include a stress related Electrocardiogram. All other applicants will be requiredto complete an annual medical self declaration. The following regulations contain all terms and conditions of registration and licence issue.
Production Trial
2.2. Competitor Registration
Standard Trial
2.2.1. Registration will be effected by the issuing of a Competition Licence by the
MSA. Such issue shall be conditional upon the applicant’s credentials satisfying
Classic Reliability Trial
the MSA. At all times the MSA reserves the right to refuse to issue a Competition Sporting Trial
Licence. The reason(s) for any such refusal shall be stated.
2 . 2 . 2 . Any Competition Licence issued will remain the property of the MSA
AUTOTEST
which reserves the right to withdraw or suspend at any time. The reason(s) for Autotest
any such withdrawal or suspension shall be stated.
2.2.3. A Competition Licence granted by the MSA does not constitute a certificate
PCAutotest
OFF-ROAD
2.3. How to Apply for a Competition Licence
Hill Rally
2.3.1. With the exception of first time applicants for a Race, Kart or Stage Rally
licence, applicants should read these notes and complete an Application forCompetition Licence Form provided by the MSA. Any changes to the wording on Off-Road Tyro
the official form will make it null and void. After having completed all the Off-RoadTrial
relevant sections of the application form, an applicant should send it, with theappropriate fee, to the MSA. The MSA will use its reasonable endeavours to process and deliver the licence to the applicant within 15 working days of receipt Sprint &Hillclimb
of the application by the MSA. Processing may take longer if we have to check theapplicant’s health. Therefore, you are recommended to allow for this time before Minicross
the first event for which the licence is required. Applicants with no health or other Autocross
problems appertaining to their application may obtain their licences within 3working days on payment of an Express Handling Fee. To speed the process Clubcross
please clearly mark the envelope ‘EXPRESS’ and this should preferably be sent by Rallycross
Recorded Delivery. For applicants paying the additional Express Handling feearrangements may be made, upon request, to confirm to organisers that they are Drag Race
from the MSA and then may be required to purchase a ‘Pack’ and then complete THEFOLLOWINGAREEXAMPLESOFCLASSESANDMETHODSPROHIBITEDINSPORT:
an approved course at a school registered with the Association of Racing Kart S t i m u l a n t s eg. amphetamine, bromantan, caffeine (above 12 mcg/ml), carphedon, cocaine,
School (ARKS). The procedure to be followed is contained in the ‘Pack’.
ephedrine, certain beta2 agonists*.
N a r c o t i c s eg. diamorphine (heroin), morphine, methadone, pethidine.
Anabolic Agentseg. methandienone, nandrolene, stanozolol, testosterone, c l e n b u t e r o l ,
DHEA, androstenedione, 19-norandrostenediol, certain beta 2.3.3.1. Anyone who has held a National ‘B’ Kart licence at any time during 2000,
D i u r e t i c s eg. acetazolamide, frusemide, hydrochlorothiazide, triamterene, mannitol.
2001 or 2002. Competitors who have not renewed or held a National ‘B’ licence Peptide Hormones, Mimetics & Analogues eg. growth hormone, corticotrophin,
chorionic gonadotrophin, erythropoietin, insulin*, and all respective releasing factors and
since 1999 or earlier must comply with 2.3.2.
2.3.3.2.* Anyone who can provide proof of having ever held, or entitled to hold, a
Blood Doping
Kart or Race licence of higher status than Restricted or National ‘B’. Competitors Pharmacological, Chemical & Physical Manipulation eg. substances and methods that
alter the integrity and validity of the urine; eg. probenecid, catheterisation, sample
who have not renewed their licence for 5 years of more will be required to pass the Alcohol & CannabinoidsRestricted in certain sports. Refer to regulations of national or
*As the written examination is based on the Competitors’ Yearbook and other international sports federations.
Local AnaestheticsRoute of administration restricted to local or intra-articular injection,
information contained in the ‘Starting Karting Pack’, it is recommended that the Classes of drug
subject to certain
pack is purchased in this exemption categories.
Corticosteroids Route of administration restricted to anal, aural, dermatological,
restrictions
inhalation, nasal and ophthalmological (but not rectal), local or intra-articular injection*. 2 . 3 . 3 . 3 . Anyone who can provide proof of having ever held a Kart Endurance
Beta-blockers Restricted in certain sports. Refer to regulations of national or international
sports federations.
licence and can produce written proof of having been classified as a finisher in at * Written notification of administration should be given to the relevant medical authority, least 6 Kart endurance races, held under the jurisdiction of the MSA, during 2001, eg. governing body medical officer. Check with your governing body.
2002 or 2003.
2 . 3 . 3 . 4 . Anyone who can provide proof of holding a National Schools Karting
TREATMENTGUIDELINES – Examples of permitted and prohibited substances
Association (NatSKA) National licence during 2001, 2002 or 2003.
ALLOWED
BANNED
2.3.3.5. Anyone who, being a foreign national, can produce proof from their ASN
sodium cromoglycate, theophyline, salbutamol*, terbutaline*, salmeterol*, beclomethasone**, fluticasone*, that they have the necessary karting experience.
(*by inhalation only & written notification of administration should be given to relevant medical 2.3.4. STAGE RALLY – A competitor making an application for the first time for
a Stage Rally licence must obtain a novice stage rally “Go Rallying Pack” all antibiotics, steam & menthol inhalations, permitted application form from the MSA and then may be required to purchase a ‘Pack’ antihistamines, terfenadine, astemizole, pholocodine, and then complete an approved course at a school registered with the British guaiphenesin, dextromethorphan, paracetamol.
Association of Rally Schools (BARS).
DIARRHOEA
diphenoxylate, loperamide, products containing electrolytes (eg. Dioralyte, Rehidrat).
The procedure to be followed is contained in the ‘Pack’. Exemptions to 2.3.4.
antihistamines, nasal sprays containing a corticosteroid or HAYFEVER
xylometazoline, eyedrops containing sodium cromoglycate. ephedrine, pseudoephedrine.
2.3.4.1. Anyone who has ever held a Non–Race National ‘B’ licence or higher, or
aspirin, codeine, dihydrocodeine, ibuprofen, paracetamol, all non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, dextropropoxyphene. caffeine.
equivalent, valid for Special Stage Rallies held before 31 December 2001.
2.3.4.2. Anyone who has ever held a Restricted or National Rally licence.
VOMITING
2.3.4.3. Anyone who, being a foreign national, can produce proof from their ASN
that they have held a licence valid for driving on Special Stage Rallies or Hill
W a r n i n g: Medications prescribed by your doctor may contain prohibited
substances. Some vitamin, herbal and nutritional substances may contain 2 . 3 . 5 . A National ‘A’ Race licence may be applied for by a holder of an
prohibited substances, such as Guarana, Ma Huang, Chinese Ephedra. The International Competition Licence issued by the Auto Cycle Union and substances listed above are only examples of substances permitted or prohibited providing that proof is produced of competing in International motor cycle by the IOC. Not all sports adopt the IOC Medical Code.
racing during the preceding five years.
USE OF THESE PRODUCTS IS AT YOUR OWN RISK.
2.4. Name – Assumed
2 . 4 . 1 .
If registration and a licence is requested under an assumed name or a
Before we can apply for a medical report from a doctor who has cared for you, we pseudonym, special application should be made at the time of applying for need your consent by signing the Declaration in Section 5 of the application.
registration. The MSA may, if it thinks fit, issue a licence in such a name. Any Before doing so, however, you should read this notice carefully, as it sets out your assumed name must not be likely to deceive or offend. A person granted a licence rights under the Acts and the procedures for dealing with reports.
in an assumed name shall not take part in any competition except under the name (a) You do not have to give your consent but, if you do, you can say whether you wish to see the report before it is sent to the MSA’s Medical Consultant. If you donot give consent, we will be unable to proceed with your application for a 2.5. Address and Nationality
The MSA shall be entitled to register and issue licences to: (b) If you say you wish to see the report, we will write to your doctor and advise 2.5.1. A British citizen, including a citizen of any part of the territory of the MSA.
you that we have done so, and we will tell your doctor you wish to see the report.
2.5.2. A citizen of any other country represented on the FIA providing they can
You will then have 21 days to contact the doctor about arrangements for you to provide proof to their parent ASN that they are permanently resident within the see the report. Of course, the quicker you act, the quicker your application for a UK and that their ASN has given its prior permission and has recovered any Competition Licence can be considered.
(c) If you say you do not wish to see the report, we do not have to notify you if weapply for one. However, if before such a report is sent to us, you write to the doctor 2.6. Acts Prejudicial to Motor Sport
saying you wish to see it, you will then have 21 days to contact the doctor about 2.6.1. A competition licence holder who does anything to bring motor sport into
arrangements for you to see the report.
disrepute or commits an act prejudicial to the interest of motor sport generally (d) Whether or not you say you wish to see the report before it is sent to us, the may face disciplinary action [0.1.1.4].
doctor must let you see a copy for up to six months after it is supplied, if you ask.
(e) If you ask the doctor for a copy of the report, he can charge you a reasonable fee 2.7. Minimum Ages
2.7.1. In all cases where the applicant is under 18 years of age it is necessary that
(f) If you see a report before it is sent to us, the doctor cannot submit it until he has the application is guaranteed by the parent or legal guardian, proof of your consent. You can write to the doctor, asking him to amend any part of the report which you consider to be incorrect or misleading, and have attached to the 2.7.2. Please refer to the table opposite to assess eligibility.
report a statement of your views on any part where you and the doctor are not inagreement.
2.8. Medical Declaration – All Applicants
(g) The doctor is not obliged to let you see any part of a report if, in his opinion, that There are certain medical conditions as detailed in 2.9.6 below, which are would be likely to cause serious harm to your physical or mental health or that of incompatible with the practise of motor sports at any status of event. All applicants others, or would indicate the doctor’s intentions towards you, or if disclosure 18 years of age and over are required to complete an annual medical self declaration would be likely to reveal information relating to, or the identity of someone else as to their medical fitness to compete in motor sports competition. If an applicant who has supplied information about you, unless that person has consented or the has not had a recent medical examination and eyesight test or they do not information relates to, or has been supplied by, a health professional involved in understand any part of the medical requirements set out hereunder they are caring for you. In such cases, the doctor must notify you and you will be limited strongly recommended to have an examination or eye test. At all times any decision to seeing any remaining part of the report. If it is the whole report, which is as to fitness or unfitness to compete shall ultimately reside entirely with the MSA.
affected, he must not send it to us unless you give your consent.
2.8.1. Doping Classes and Methods of the IOC Medical Commission
2.9. Medical Declaration – Car, Truck or Kart Racing and all International
Licence Applicants
2.9.1.
An applicant 18 years of age or over applying for a Car, Truck or Kart Racing
2.8.2. Access to Medical Reports Act 1988/Access to Personal Files and Medical
Competition Licence must pass a Medical Examination by their General Reports (Northern Ireland) Order 1991 (“the Acts”)/Access to Health Records
Practitioner (GP) before applying for their first licence following their 18th and Reports Act 1993 (Isle of Man).
birthday. Thereafter they will be required to complete an annual medical self declaration until the age of 45. Applicants 45 years of age and over must undergo 2.11. Medical Declaration – Disabled Drivers
and pass an annual medical examination. The Competition Licence must be Any applicant with a congenital abnormality of any limb, or amputation or with issued within 6 months of the date of the medical after which time the report will any other disability should first contact the MSA’s Medical Section need to be revalidated by the examining GP. For International licence require- Administrator at Motor Sports House who will be pleased to advise and help the ments for those 45 years and over, refer to section 2.10.
2.9.2. All applicants for an International Competition Licence must pass a
In addition to the requirements of 2.8, 2.9 and 2.10 above, disabled applicants Medical Examination by their GP every year. International Competition Licences incorporate a FIA Medical Certificate of Aptitude.
2.11.1. The following medical conditions may prevent the granting of a com-
2.9.3. No Car, Truck, Kart Racing or International licence will be issued until the
Medical Examination Report, if required, has been completed, endorsed and 2.9.4. In the event of any uncertainty as to whether or not the patient satisfies the
Medical requirements, the examination form should be signed by the GP and should then be sent directly to the MSA’s Medical Section Administrator, with 2.11.2. When applying for a Competition Licence all applicants are required to
any additional information which may be of assistance.
2 . 9 . 5 . Any fee charged for the medical examination is the responsibility of the
2.11.3. Disabled drivers may be required to present themselves for examination
applicant. This also applies to any additional reports and Specialist examinations by the MSA’s Medical Consultant. If required to attend such examination the requested by the MSA in connection with an application for a Competition applicant will be required to provide, in advance, a note from his/her GP describing the applicant’s disability and, if applicable, an opinion from any 2.9.6. The medical examination should be carried out to a standard similar to that
required for Life Insurance, but with specific attention to the following: 2 . 1 1 . 4 . Any driver or co-driver/navigator who has any medical condition or
2 . 9 . 6 . 1 . Diabetics requiring treatment with insulin will not normally be issued
disability or who is currently on anti-coagulant therapy should declare this at the with a licence valid for Racing, Karting, Rallycross, Stage Rallying or time of entering. Such information to be solely for the use of the Chief of medical International Rallying. Note, for an International Rally licence, no distinction is services in the event of an accident.
drawn between Driver and the Navigator, both occupants of the car being Those competing in accordance with 2.11.2 should carry a white ‘D’ on a required by the FIA to hold a full International Rally Driver’s licence. In certain blue background, which will be issued by the MSA on the instructions of the circumstances the Medical Consultant at the MSA will be prepared to consider MSA’s Medical Consultant, on the door closest to the disabled occupant, or applications in writing by Insulin controlled Diabetics. Each applicant would adjacent to the side numbers of a single-seater, to alert marshals in the case of an need to present themself to a Diabetics Specialist recommended by the MSA and any costs incurred would be borne by the applicant.
2.9.6.2. Epilepsy is incompatible with fitness to Race, Kart , Rallycross or Stage
2.12. Competition Licence – Period and Validity
Rally. If a person with epilepsy has not had a fit or medication to prevent or 2.12.1. Unless otherwise rendered invalid, all licences, for the purposes of
control fits for a period of ten years they may present that case to the MSA’s acquaintance and submission to these rules, run from the 1st January to the end Medical Consultant for consideration. For other events a person with epilepsy of the calendar year shown on the licence.
may be considered for a competition licence providing they can show that they 2.12.2. To be valid, a Competition Licence must be signed in ink and must bear a
have not had a fit for five years whether on or off medication.
passport type photograph of the holder which must be permanently fixed to the 2 . 9 . 6 . 3 . The following medical conditions may prevent the granting of a
licence in the space provided (except for an entrant’s licence issued in the name of (a) Myocardial infarction.
(b) Myocardial ischaemia.
2.13. Competition Licence – Types
(c) Coronary artery by-pass surgery.
The types of licence available are Race, Kart, Speed, Drag, Stage Rally, Off Road, (e) Valvular Disease of the Heart or other abnormal condition whether operatedon or not.
2.14. Competition Licence – Grades
(f) Severe hypertension which has given rise to cardiopulmonary problems.
The grade of licences available are (highest first) International, National ‘A’, 2.9.6.4. The following eyesight standards are required to be met:
(a) Minimum corrected visual acuity must be 6/6 with both eyes open.
(b) Minimum binocular field should measure at least 120 degrees along thehorizontal meridian with no defects within the central 20 degrees.
2.15. Competition Licence
(c) Spectacles should be fitted with shatterproof lenses. Contact lenses if worn should be of the ‘soft’ variety.
An applicant may retain his or her licence if they meet the criteria set out below. If (d) A person who suddenly loses sight in one eye will not be allowed to hold a an applicant for whatever reason does not qualify to retain their current licence licence until five years has lapsed.
grade they will be automatically downgraded according to these regulations.
(e) Double vision is not compatible with the issue of a competition licence.
Upon renewal an applicant may voluntarily take out a licence of lesser grade than (f) Drivers must have normal colour vision in that they can distinguish the that to which they are entitled. Upon receipt of a written request, an existing licence holder who wishes to exchange their licence for one of lesser grade may do 2.9.6.5. General
so but only once during the year. The charge for so doing will be the payment of (a) It is strongly recommended that all competitors should be immunised against the downgrade fee as per Section Z and forfeit of the cost difference (if any) between the two licences. Any subsequent upgrade will be charged in (b) It is recommended that asthmatics should wear an identity tag (i.e. bracelet or necklace) declaring that they are asthmatic and that they should inform theevent’s Chief Medical Officer of their condition before competing.
Upgrading Procedure
(c) It is strongly recommended that an annual eyesight test is taken.
lf you want to upgrade your licence on renewal and you have met the Upgrading (d) The mouth should be kept clear of anything likely to cause a blockage of the criteria detailed in this section, please forward your completed 2003 Competition airway in the event of an incident. It is advisable to remove false dentures and to Licence Application Form together with the appropriate licences containing the signatures and the required payment to the Licence Section.
(e) Competitors are advised to refrain from wearing jewellery which, in the eventof an incident, could prove hazardous.
If you want to upgrade your licence and you are already in possession of a current2003 Competition Licence, please detach and complete the white upgrade/ 2.10. Medical Declaration – International Licence Applicants – 45 and Over
addition card contained in the Competitors’ Year Book and forward it, together In addition to the requirements of 2.8 and 2.9 above, the following are required for with your 2003 Competition Licence and any other appropriate licences International Licence Applicants 45 years of age and over.
containing the necessary signatures with the required payment to the Licence 2.10.1. A current written report of a stress related Electrocardiogram is required
Section. The payment is calculated as the difference between the cost of for all International licence applicants 45 years of age and over. A stress related the existing licence and the new licence plus the upgrading fee as detailed ECG will be valid for two years and will need to be subsequently undertaken in in Section Z. A request for an upgrading signature has to be made to the respect of the licence application in the third year.
organisers, and if the results of the event show that the driver’s performance was satisfactory, his Competition Licence will be signed by the Clerk of the Course in 2.10.2. The stress electrocardiogram shall be carried out to a symptom limitation
the space provided. In the case of Kart Races, only the MSA Steward of the on a motorised treadmill to a standard Bruce Protocol; an equivalent bicycle Meeting is empowered to sign and only one signature per meeting, per class ergometric protocol is acceptable. Recording is to be made in 12 leads, at rest, is permitted. A maximum of two signatures may be obtained at a car race following hyperventilation, and for each minute of exercise and each of ten meeting. In exceptional circum-stances only, documentary evidence, such as minutes of recovery. Reason for cessation to be stated; report to be by a Specialist printed official results sheets may be accepted as proof of performance for 2.15.1. RACING – How to Retain a Licence
(c) A competitor who can provide proof of having ever held an International Note: A competitor who is unable to retain their Race licence as mentioned below Historic Rally licence may renew it for a 2003 International Historic licence or a may be required to pass a course at an Association of Racing Drivers’ School.
National ‘A’ Stage Rally licence.
Exemptions to this requirement are as detailed in 2.3.2. of this section.
Competitors qualified to retain a National ‘A’ or higher licence, who have not 2.15.4. RALLYING – How to Upgrade a Licence
renewed their licence for 5 years or more will be required to pass the ARDS Please note that neither Rallycross or Off Road signatures are NOT acceptable for (a) A competitor who held a National `B’ Race licence in any one of the years 2000, (a) Rally National ‘B’ Stage to Rally National ‘A’ Stage
2001 or 2002 may renew it for a 2003 National `B’ Race licence. Provide proof of finishing in four Special Stage Rallies run under MSA or (b) A competitor who can provide proof of having ever held a National or National ‘A’ Race licence may renew it for either a 2003 National `A’ Race, (b) Rally National ‘B’ Stage to Rally International Historic
International Historic Race or National `B’ Race licence. Provide proof by Clerk of the Course’s signature of finishing in four Special Stage (c) A competitor who can provide proof of ever having held an International Rallies run under MSA or Motorsport Ireland permit.
Historic Race licencemay renew it for a 2003 International Historic Race licence (c) Rally National ‘A’ Stage to Rally International
or a 2003 National `B’ Race licence.
Qualify for a National ‘A’ Stage Rally licence and provide proof (a) of finishing in (d) A competitor who can provide proof of ever having held an International ‘C’ 1 National ‘A’ Special Stage Rally or 2 National ‘B’ Special Stage Rallies. These Race licence may renew it for a 2003 International `C’ Race licence or a 2003 events do not have to be under MSA or Motorsport Ireland permits, but must be National `A’ Race, International Historic Race or National `B’ Race licence.
(e) A competitor who can provide proof of ever having held an International `A’ (d) Non-Race National ‘B’ or equivalent to Rally National ‘B’ Stage and above
or `B’ Race licence may renew it for a 2003 International ‘C’ Race, National `A’
Follow the procedure for applicants for a Stage Rally licence detailed in 2.3.4. and Race, International Historic Race or National `B’ Race licence. Special then proceed as in (a) and (c) above.
arrangements exist for retaining an International `A’ or `B’ licence and are (e) Rally National ‘A’ Navigator to Rally International
contained in Appendix L of the FIA International Sporting Code.
Follow the procedure for applicants for a Stage Rally licence detailed in 2.3.4. andthen proceed as in (a) and (c) above.
2.15.2. RACING – How to Upgrade a Licence
(f) Adding a Rally National ‘A’ Navigator
Please note that Rallycross signatures are NOT acceptable for upgrading any Competitors may add a National ‘A’ Navigator licence to a Non-Race National ‘B’, Clubmans or Rally National ‘B’ Stage licence at time of renewal or during the (a) National `B’ to National `A’ Race
year on payment of the fee as detailed in Section Z.
A competitor who is qualified to hold a 2003 National `B’ Race licence may upgradeit to National `A’ Race licence either at renewal or during the year as follows: 2.15.5. SPEED – How to Retain a Licence
Obtain Clerk of the Course’s signatures on the reverse of licence(s) certifying that (a) A competitor who has ever held an International, National or National ‘A’ the qualifying events have been successfully completed. These are 6 National `B’ Speed licence may renew it for the same or lower grade of licence or a Speed or Clubman Races (these can all be from one circuit), and must not contain more than 1 signature from Single Make Races utilising cars organised, prepared or (b) All other applicants can apply for a Non-Race National ‘B’.
provided by the Organisers/ Promoters. One of the Clerk of the Coursesignatures required for having successfully completed a Race may be replaced by 2.15.6. SPEED – How to Upgrade a Licence
a Clerk of the Course signature for completing a day on a marshal’s post during a (a) Non-Race National ‘B’ to Speed National ‘A’ race meeting. One of the Clerk of the Course signatures for having successfully Either Obtain Clerk of the Course’s signatures at four Clubmans or National ‘B’ completed a Race may be replaced with a signature for having successfully Race, Hillclimbs or Sprints. (One of the four signatures required may be replaced by a signature from an MSA Recognised Hillclimb and Sprint School confirming (b) National `A’ to International `C’ Race
completion of the school course) or Obtain the Clerk of the Course’s signature at A competitor who is qualified to hold a 2003 National `A’ Race licence may upgrade six Clubman or National ‘B’ Rallycross events.
it to International `C’ Race licence either at renewal or during the year as follows: (b) Speed National ‘A’ to Speed National ‘A’ (OPEN) or Speed International Obtain Clerk of the Course’s signatures on the reverse of licence(s) certifying that A competitor who can provide proof of having held a National ‘A’ Speed licence the qualifying events have been successfully completed. These are 3 National `A’ prior to 31.12.2002 may upgrade it to a Speed National ‘A’ (OPEN) or Races OR 2 National `A’ plus 2 National `B’ or Clubman Races OR 6 National `B’ or International Speed licence on payment of the appropriate fee as detailed in Clubman Races. In all options signatures must be obtained at 3 different venues.
Section Z, OR obtain Clerk of the Course’s signatures at four Clubmans, National (c) International `C’ to International `B’ Race
‘B’ or National ‘A’ Race, Hillclimbs or Sprints OR obtain the Clerk of the Course’s A competitor who is qualified to hold a 2003 International `C’ Race licence may signature at two Clubman, National ‘B’ or National ‘A’ Rallycross events.
upgrade it to International `B’ Race licence either at renewal or during the year in Non-Race National ‘B’ to National ‘A’ Drag to International Drag
accordance with Appendix L of the FIA International Sporting Code.
(c) To obtain a licence for Drag Racing higher than National ‘B’, a driver must (d) International `B’ to International `A’ Race
submit with their application to upgrade, a letter of endorsement from a In accordance with Appendix L of the FIA International Sporting Code. recognised Drag Racing Club. A system of licence endorsement for the category (e) National ‘B’ to International Historic Race
of vehicle being driven is in place. See Section L.
A competitor who is qualified to hold a 2003 National ‘B’ Race licence mayupgrade it to International Historic Race licence either at renewal or during the 2.15.7. RALLYCROSS – How to Retain a licence
(a) A competitor who can provide proof of ever having held a National or Obtain Clerk of the Course’s signature on the reverse of licence(s) certifying National ‘A’ Rallycross licence may renew it for the same or lower grade of Stage that 5 races for Historic cars built before 1971, have been successfully completed.
All International Race licences are valid for International Historic Races.
(b) A competitor who can provide proof of having ever held an International (f) International Historic to National ‘A’ Race
Rallycross licence may renew it for the same or lower grade of Stage Rally licence A competitor who is qualified to hold a 2003 International Historic Race licence may add a National ‘A’ Race licence either at renewal or during the year as follows: (c) All other applicants can apply for a Non-Race National ‘B’.
Comply with (a) taking the possession of the International Historic Race licence as 5 credit signatures towards the total.
2.15.8. RALLYCROSS – How to Upgrade a Licence
(g) How to add an International Historic to a National ‘A’ Race
(a) Non-Race National ‘B’ to Speed National ‘A’
Competitors who hold a National ‘A’ Race licence may add an International Obtain the Clerk of the Course’s signature at six Clubman or National ‘B’ Historic Race licence either at renewal or during the currency of the National ‘A’ Rallycrosses or as detailed in 2.15.6.(a).
Race licence. Fees will be as per Section Z.
(b) National ‘A’ to International Speed
(h) Karting to National `A’ Race
A competitor who holds or has held a National ‘A’ Rallycross, National ‘A’ Rally, Kart competitors who hold an International ‘A’ or International ‘B’ Kart licence, National ‘A’ Stage Rally or National ‘A’ Race licence prior to 31.12.2002 may will receive 1 credit towards a National ‘A’ Race licence.
upgrade it to an International Speed licence on payment of the appropriate fee asdetailed in Section Z, OR obtain the Clerk of the Course’s signature at two 2.15.3. RALLYING – How to Retain a Licence
Clubman, National ‘B’ or National ‘A’ Rallycross events or as detailed in Note: A competitor who is unable to retain their Stage Rally licence as detailed below may be required to pass a course at a British Association of Rally Schools(BARS). Exemptions to this requirement are detailed in 2.3.4. of this Section.
2.15.9. TRUCK RACING – How to Retain a Licence
(a) A competitor who can provide proof of having ever held a National or Retention of a Truck Racing licence is exactly the same as for a Race licence. Please National ‘A’ Rally licence may renew it for a 2003 National ‘A’ Stage Rally licence or a 2003 International Historic Rally licence.
(b) A competitor who can provide proof of having ever held an International 2.15.10. TRUCK RACING – How to Upgrade a Licence
Rally licence may renew it for a 2003 International Rally licence or a 2003 These are special licences and the National Truck Racing licence can be issued in International Historic Rally licence.
(a) A competitor who is qualified to hold a National ‘A’ or International Race 2.18.2. No person may apply for or hold more than one current licence of the same
licence must satisfactorily complete an agreed instruction course in driving 2.18.3. In special circumstances and, only once annually, the holder of a licence
issued by the MSA may apply to another ASN to issue them with a licence. This (b) A competitor who already is the holder of a category C RTA driving licence may only be granted if they are permanently resident in the territory of the ASN must complete an ARDS racing course and take out a National Truck Race to whom they are applying, have surrendered their licence to, and obtained (c) National Truck to International Truck
2.18.4. A British citizen, having a licence issued in a foreign country which is not
Obtain the Clerk of the Course’s signature at four races of at least 8 laps duration.
endorsed with the EU flag [see 2.21.4.], will be able to take part in events within A maximum of 2 signatures can be obtained at one meeting. If races are of less the territory of the MSA, subject to also taking out an MSA National ‘B’ or ‘A’ than 8 laps, 2 such races will count for one signature.
Competition Licence. If the licence bears the EU flag having been issued by acountry which is a member of the EU or is an associated country, 2.21.4 will apply.
2.15.11. KART– How to Retain a Licence
Note: A competitor who is unable to retain their Kart licence as detailed below
2.19. Competition Licence – Holder’s Indemnity and Undertakings
may be required to pass a course at an Association of Registered Kart Schools In consideration of MSA granting a Competition Licence, the holder binds (ARKS). Exemptions to this requirement are detailed in 2.3.3. of this Section.
himself to the following requirements and undertakings [A 5 and B 9.4.]: Competitors qualified to retain a National ‘A’ or higher licence, who have not (a) To abide by the MSA Regulations and any amendments or additions thereto renewed their licence for 5 years of more will be required to pass the ARKS which may be in force at any time that the licence is used for the purpose of taking (a) A competitor who held a National ‘B’ Kart licence during 2000, 2001 or 2002 (b) To pay as liquidated damages for any breach of these Regulations any sums awarded against him or the organisation which he represents within the maxima (b) A competitor who has ever held a National or National ‘A’ Kart licence may renew it for the same or lower grade of licence in 2003.
(c) To acknowledge that all persons having any connection with the promotion (c) A competitor who has ever held an International ‘C’ Kart licence may renew it and/or organisation and/or conduct of the event are insured against loss or for the same or lower grade of licence in 2003.
injury caused through their negligence.
(d) Special arrangements exist for retaining an International ‘A’ or ‘B’ licence and (d) That to the best of the licence holder’s knowledge and belief the driver(s) are contained in the CIK-FIA Annuaire.
possess(es) the standard of competence necessary for an event of the type towhich an entry relates and that the vehicle entered is suitable and road worthy for 2.15.12. KART – How to Upgrade a Licence
the event having regard to the course and the speeds which will be reached.
(a) National ‘B’ to National ‘A’ Kart
(e) That where appropriate, the use of the car entered shall be covered by Obtain the MSA Steward’s signature on the reverse of the licence at six Clubman insurance as required by the law, which is valid for such part of the event as shall or National ‘B’ Kart Races (these can all be from one circuit). A competitor may take place on roads as defined by the law.
only obtain one signature per meeting per class. Completion of the ARKS Course (f) That any competitor taking part in an event is suffering from any disability (2.3.3.) will constitute one of the six signatures.
whether permanent, or temporary, which is likely to affect prejudicially his (b) National ‘A’ to International ‘C’ Kart Junior or Senior
normal control of his vehicle at the time of the event, may not take part unless he A competitor must be eligible for a National ‘A’ licence in order to apply for an has declared such disability to the MSA which has, following such declaration International ‘C’ licence. An International ‘C’ Junior licence can be issued to given its written consent to the competitor to compete.
drivers between the dates of their 13th birthday and their 15th birthday. An (g) That any application form for a licence which is signed by a person under the International ‘C’ Senior licence can be issued to drivers on or after their 15th age of 18 years shall be countersigned by that person’s Parent or Legal Guardian.
birthday. Application must be made in accordance with the Regulations (h) Competitors should abstain from the consumption of alcohol or drugs before (c) National ‘A’ or International ‘C’ to International ‘B’ Kart
2.19.1. The Parent/Legal Guardian/Guarantor of a minor shall sign the
A competitor must be over 15 years of age to be eligible for an International ‘B’ following declaration: “I am the Parent/Legal Guardian/Guarantor (Delete as licence and make application in accordance with 2003 CIK Annuaire.
appropriate) of the above and I understand that I or my Guarantor shall have the (d) International ‘B’ to International ‘A’ Kart
right to be present during any procedure being carried out under the General A competitor must be over 15 years of age and application must be made in accordance with the Regulations published in the 2003 CIK Annuaire.
2.20. Competition Licence – Waiver for Clubsport Events
2.15.13. OFF-ROAD – How to Retain a Licence
The MSA waives the requirement for Competition Licences for some types of (a) Any competitor who has ever held a Rally National, Rally National ‘A’ or club motor sport [see B. 3 and B. 4 for details].
Rally International licence may apply for the Off-Road National ‘A’ licence in 2.20.1. The MSA also waives the requirement to hold a Competition Licence for
competitors who hold a National licence issued by the National Schools Karting (b) Any competitor who has ever held a Rally International licence may apply for Association (NatSKA) in accordance with their rules which have been agreed the Off Road International licence in 2003.
(c) All other competitors may apply for the Non-Race Clubmans or Non-RaceNational ‘B’ licence without qualification.
2.21. Grades of Event and Licence Types and Grades
2.21.1.
Competitors need a Competition Licence for most forms of motor sport
2.15.14. OFF-ROAD – How to Upgrade a Licence
organised under a permit issued by the MSA. Select the status and type of event (a) Non-Race National ‘B’ or Non-Race Clubmans to Off-Road National ‘A’
from the table opposite; this shows the minimum acceptable licence.
Provide proof of finishing in four Competitive Safaris run under MSA or 2.21.2. Competitors must normally have registered and have their licence before
competing in any event, but with the specific exception of Race, Kart Races and (b) Off-Road National ‘A’ to Off-Road International
Stage Rallies organisers are permitted to accept a properly completed Non-Race Qualify for the National ‘A’ licence and provide proof of finishing in two National ‘B’ or Non-Race Clubman Application Form along with the appropriate National ‘B’ Competitive Safaris or one National ‘A’ Competitive Safari.
fee in lieu of the licence. This can, however, only be done at events of National ‘B’or lower status. No priority fee is payable and the fine for non-production of 2.16. Competition Licence – Fees
2.21.3. Licences issued by Motorsport Ireland will be deemed valid for all British
events providing the holders comply with all the requirements for the event.
2.17. Competition Licence – Inspection
Under a reciprocal agreement British licences are valid in Eire.
2 . 1 7 . 1 . Licences must be produced for inspection at all events prior to a
2.21.4.National Competition Licences issued by countries outside the UK will be
competitor taking part. Competitors failing to produce a correct licence will be deemed valid for British events, providing the event has been inscribed on the fined as detailed in Section Z and may be excluded from the event by the 2003 International Sporting Calendar under the heading “National Event with Stewards. Under no circumstances can this fine be considered as a substitute for Authorised Foreign Participation (NEAFP) and that the holders comply with all not holding a valid Competition Licence.
the requirements for the event. The holder will be subject to MSA Regulations 2.17.2. Only the originals of licences are acceptable. Photocopies or facsimiled
whilst competing in that event. To ensure compatability with our licence require- ments, clubs should require foreign competitors to comply with the following: 2.17.3. One Entrant’s licence covers all the entries at a meeting in the name of that
(a) If the event is of National ‘B’ or Clubman status, the competitor must be a member of, or join, the organising club or one of the invited clubs.
(b) At a National ‘B’ Race meeting, the competitor must sign a declaration that he 2.18. Competition Licence Restrictions
is competent to compete in the appropriate Race, and must satisfy the Clerk of the 2 . 1 8 . 1 . No person shall apply for or hold a current Entrant’s and/or Driver’s
Course prior to practice that he is aware of the flag signals. The competitor should licence from more than one ASN [other than in 2.18.4] and such licences shall, if be subject to special observation during practice, and must achieve a lap time of both are required, always be obtained from the same ASN.
at least 120% of the class best, unless the Clerk of the Course is satisfied as to extenuating circumstances. If he has not previously finished six Races, the 2.21.6. British licence holders of any International grade will be entitled to take
competitor must carry a novice cross on the rear of the car [J 12.3].
part in events of the appropriate type on condition that those events are entered (c) At a National ‘A’ Race meeting, the competitor must sign a declaration that he on the FIA International Calendar. MSA International licences incorporate is competent to compete in that status of Race, and must satisfy the Clerk of the automatic permission to take part in such events and contain the words ‘valid as Course prior to practice that he is aware of the flag signals. The competitor should a visa, Article 70 ISC’. In case of difficulty please contact the MSA.
be subject to special observation during practice, and must achieve a lap time of 2.21.7. British holders of an International Historic licence are permitted to take
at least 120% of the class best, unless the Clerk of the Course is aware of part in up to three national events per year, always providing that the event(s) concerned are entered on the national calendar of the host ASN and that both the (d) At any International Race meeting the competitor must hold a valid host ASN and the MSA have given their permission. 2.21.8. Non EU Race licence holders attending an MSA recognised competition
(e) Short Circuit Kart Racing. The competitor must carry ‘Novice’ number plates driving school may take part in up to two national events organised by that school unless he can provide the organisers with proof of having finished in at least six on the strict condition that they have the agreement of both their parent ASN and Kart Races. Normal observation during practice.
the MSA. In such cases their original licence must be lodged with the MSA who (f) Long Circuit Kart Races. A declaration must be signed that the competitor has will then issue a suitable licence for the event, following receipt of a completed finished at least six Kart Races (long or short circuit). The competitor must carry application. This licence will be exchanged for their original licence at the ‘Novice’ number plates unless proof can be provided to the organisers of having finished at least four long circuit Kart Races. Special observation during practice.
(g) National ‘B’ Rallies. The driver must hold a road licence valid within the UK.
2.22. Entrants.
No other restrictions [see (k) regarding insurance].
All personal licences entitle the holder to enter the car, truck or kart in which (h) National ‘A’ Rallies. As (g) above, but the competitor must sign a declaration he/she will personally take part in the event. Any other organisation, company, that he has competed in at least four rallies.
sponsor or person must obtain an ENTRANT’S LICENCE by making separate (i) Co-Drivers. No special requirements.
application by completing an Application for Competition Licence Form.
(j) Vehicle Log Books must be issued. This can be done at scrutineering, but The entrant is the legal entity who is responsible for all acts and/or omissions competitors must be warned to bring the appropriate photographs.
of the driver/co-driver and any person connected with the entry. A competitor (k) RTA Insurance can be arranged subject to an acceptable proposal form being must ensure that any entrant is aware of this.
submitted. Note. The laid down time scale must be rigidly observed.
The maximum number of words permitted in an Entrant’s title is six. Only one (l) All other events. For all other events which do not utilise the public highway, Entrant’s licence may be used in connection with an entry (i.e. two three word licences cannot be used to make one entry).
2.21.5. British licence holders of National ‘A’ or above grade will be issued a
An International Entrant’s licence is valid for all events both inside and outside licence bearing the EU Flag, and will then be entitled to compete in events within the EU and the Comparable Countries [2.21.4] providing the event has been A National Entrant’s licence is valid for all events inside the UK excluding inscribed on the 2003 International Sporting Calendar under the heading International, except in the case of events for Karts and Historic Cars, where it has “National Event with Authorised Foreign Participation (NEAFP)” and comply the same validity as an International Entrant’s licence. Competitors who intend with the requirements of the event. They will then be subject to the regulations of to use this licence internationally must advise the MSA at the time of application.
2.22.1. Where a competitor has not reached his 18th birthday the Entry for an
event must be supported by Parent or Legal Guardian as Guarantor. Such
Guarantor will be considered as being the Minors’ Entrant, and as such will be
2003 CHART OF
subject to these Regulations.
2.22.2. The Guarantor, or his representative, must attend the event with the
MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE LICENCES
Minor, and sign-on as his Entrant. When a Guarantor’s representative attends anevent and signs-on as his Entrant, the Representative must produce the MOTOR SPORT
EVENT STATUS (as defined in Supplementary Regulations)
Guarantor’s written and signed authorisation to so act.
DISCIPLINE
NATIONAL ‘B’
NATIONAL ‘A’
2.23. Advertising
During the period of validity of an event Permit there are no restrictions on
advertising on vehicles in the UK except as follows: – The display must not be offensive.
– No display should interfere with the easy identification of the vehicle’s – No display on a transparent surface can exceed 5in (13cm) in depth.
– Advertising is prohibited on road rallies except as provided for in K 22.5.4 and – Tobacco related advertising is prohibited on all competing vehicles, their support vehicles and any other form of equipment directly connected with an entrant or competitor. As an exception to this any car which can be proved by way of its history, through its chassis number via the FIA or MSA Historic Vehicle Any National ‘B’ (8) Any National ‘B’ (8) Identity Form (HVIF), to have run in a particular livery will be allowed to continue to display that livery in the same colours and original size of logos.
Any National ‘B’ Drag National ‘A’ 2.24. Event Advertising
2.24.1. The competitor must make available to the organiser a specified area of 645
sq cm on each side of the car, adjacent to the space allocated for the vehicle’s competition number, and clearly visible, on which the organiser may specify the Stage Rally Nat ‘A’ Rally International event, its sponsor or the course on which it is being run. Normally, this will be above or below the number background.
Race National ‘B’ Race National ‘A’ 2.24.2. The competitor taking part in an event of a championship series must also
make available a specified area of 645 sq cm on each side of the car on which the organiser may specify the championship and its sponsor (if that sponsor is different from the sponsor of the individual event) so long as the competitor is required to display only the title of the championship. Failure to display the appropriate sticker may result in loss of Championship points.
(1) A higher grade licence is always valid for lower permit events of the same discipline.
(2) Race licences are valid for speed events.
(3) Race, Speed and Stage Rally licences are valid for Rallycross.
(4) * When these events are organised solely for bona-fide members of the organising club, no licence otherthan a club membership card is required.
(5) Club membership card valid for Navigator [H 16.3.2].
(6) Any National ‘B’ and Rally National ‘A’ Navigator are valid for Stage Navigator.
(7) Rally National ‘A’ Navigator is valid for Stage Navigator.
(8) Speed National ‘A’ (Open) or Race National ‘A’ required for vehicles defined in L 7.1.5 of the Regulations.

Source: http://www.redstriperacing.co.uk/MSA%20Licence%20notes%202003.pdf

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