MSA keeping you informed
Welcome to the first edition of the Motor Sports Associationís new monthly newsletter. It is designed to keep the UKís motor sport community regularly updated with the work of the governing body and provides a dedicated communication channel to disseminate important announcements.

It also provides an opportunity to keep those within the sport up to date with some of the fundamental changes that have taken place at Motor Sports House in recent years. The administrative side of the company is far more effective and efficient than ever before and this in turn has allowed the MSA to take a more prominent role in the development of the sport. We currently re-invest around £1m each year in the implementation of the MSAís Whole Sport Plan which focuses on three key areas: increasing participation, investing in the sportís infrastructure and identifying promising talent.

This newsletter is one of the first elements of the MSAís new communications activity. I hope you find it an interesting read and if you have any material for future editions, please send it to media@msauk.

MSA looks to the future with new logo
The MSA has refreshed its corporate identity with the introduction of a new logo for the first time since 1998. The move reflects a more contemporary and dynamic governing body, in keeping with the activities of the modern MSA in the regulation, administration and development of UK motor sport. However, the new logo has been designed to sit comfortably alongside the previous version, so that officials, marshals and clubs are under no pressure to replace clothing, stationery and other items immediately.

MSA sets the standards
The MSA has been appointed as one of the first two Regional Training Providers by the FIA Institute for Motor Sport Safety and Sustainability to help increase the safety and training standards of motor sport officials across the world. The UK has consistently enjoyed an international reputation for the quality of its training programmes and the calibre of officials that this has created. The MSA will become a key partner in the education and training of officials in other countries as part of the projects approved by the FIA Motor Sport Safety Development Fund. As a training provider, the MSAís skills and expertise will be used to encourage and implement ever higher standards of training and safety in every region.

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