Applications will only be considered from Motorsport UK Registered Motor Clubs or other Motorsport UK Registered or Licensed organisations (at the discretion of the Awards Panel). Priority will be given to applications which are considered most likely to further improve safety aspects of motor sport. • Any specialist equipment purchased (e.g. for Motorsport UK Licensed Rescue Units) must be currently specified in Motorsport UK Regulations as required for the particular type of organisation and operation.• Any applications relating to venue improvements will be considered on the basis of their level of safety enhancement and/or extended usage of a particular venue and/or purpose, and are always subject to the views of the Motorsport UK Safety Directorate.
The Trustees of the BMSTT agree internal guidelines for funding which the Awards Panel use to set the level of recommended awards in each case, and these are reviewed annually to maintain a best match with the current needs of the sport and enable best use to be made of the available budget in order that grant aid benefit can be spread as fairly and widely as possible.
General Secretary’s Office:Allan Dean-Lewis MBE, “Birds Nest”, 28 Tan y Bryn Road, Llandudno, LL30 1UUTel: (+44) 0780 159 1332 | E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registered Office : Motorsport UK House, Riverside Park, Colnbrook, SL3 0HGThe British Motor Sports Training Trust is a UK Registered Charity (No. 273828)
The British Motor Sports Training Trust also provides block grant aid funding each year for Safety Training related projects (including but not limited to Marshals Training Days, Rescue & Recovery Training Days, Medical Training Days etc), but please note that the management and administration of these rest with the the Motorsport UK Training Department, and a different application process for that grant aid consideration exists.
For further information please contact the Motorsport UK training department at Motorsport UK on 01753 765000 or e-mail email@example.com