Motorsport Safety Fund

Helping to keep motorsport safe

The Motorsport Safety Fund is a registered charity
formed in 1974 to help improve safety in the sport.

It does this mainly by communication through the Watkins Lecture,
publications and films described on this site.

Registered Charity No. 296802


News

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2016 Watkins Lecture

The Fund held a successful Watkins Lecture with Jean Todt and James Allen - read the FIA press release here: fia.com


The Trustees would like to thank Club Arnarge (Ian Selvage in left pic with Dr Ian Roberts) and Meditech Global (Gary Watts in right pic) for their fundraising. (pictures: Maggie O'Malley)
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New short films

Two new short films have been released HERE

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The Marshal

New November 2015 edition HERE

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Clipboard

The clipboard is back and improved! HERE

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Volunteers' Survey

Results of the 2014 survey are in - find them HERE

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New Film for Flag Marshals

The Fund developed this film during 2015 in response to requests from motorsport marshals’ trainers after the MSA introduced new regulations that mean yellow flags are always waved at British circuits and no longer held stationary.

The film is available to purchase on DVD and will shortly be available for free on this website.

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2015 Watkins Lecture

Triple Le Mans winner Allan McNish and James Allen delieverd a popular Watkins Lecture.

For more information, please visit the Watkins Lecture page
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The Marshal

The Marshal is back with a November 2014 issue. Depending on how well this is received there may be other editions in 2015. Read the latest issue here on The Marshal page
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Thanks

The Trustees are very grateful for the donations recently received from the following clubs and individuals;
Association of Car Fleet Operators, BRSCC, Estate of Howard Strawford, Charity Classic Vehicle Club, Stone Classic Car Group, Bath Motor Club, Wigton Motor Club, Pulmolink, Chris Bourne, Aston Cantlow Discussion Club, Richard James Smith, A.G. Goodliff, Stuart McCrudden and John Quenby.