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Motorsport has the power to inspire thousands across the UK with high-speed and high-performance thrills, each and every week. There is also an inherent risk associated with this kind of action. Our vision is to create a safer sport, empowering our people to perform at the highest level and providing them with the equipment and tools to succeed. We will do everything we can to make motorsport events held by clubs and affiliated organisations as safe as possible for competitors, officials and spectators.
The British Motorsport Trust sends its thanks to the late Bob Milloy, the former Association of North Western Car Clubs (ANWCC) Chair, for a generous legacy bequest to the Trust.
The British Motorsport Trust played a key role in securing the future of Mid Cheshire Motor Racing Club’s Scammonden Dam Speed Hill Climb venue after awarding a £7,000 grant to the club for a resurfacing project.
The British Motorsport Trust (BMT) is pleased to announce that funding applications for 2024 Volunteer Officials’ training events are now being accepted.
Hunts Kart Racing Club - also known as Kimbolton - is a fast, flowing circuit known for hosting rounds of the Motorsport UK Wera Tools British Kart Championships. However, with strict planning regulations meaning only one race event can be held each month, budgeting for large-scale projects can be difficult.
Legendary Scottish Hillclimb course, Doune, known as “The King of Hills”, has received vital support from the British Motorsport Trust to help maintain and replenish the crucial safety features required to keep the venue running.
A major beneficiary of the British Motorsport Trust’s (BMT) Safety Development Fund and Training Day Programme in recent years has been the Association of Motorsport Recovery Operators (AMRO).
Every year, the British Motorsport Trust allocate grants to various projects that fit underneath its Safety Development Fund programme.
The British Motorsport Trust has today launched a modern new identity, transitioning away from the British Motor Sport Training Trust (BMSTT) as part of the organisation’s journey to reach and engage the British motorsport community.
In September of last year, the Motorsport UK licenced Extractor Rescue unit was travelling to support the Trackrod Rally in Yorkshire, when the crew stopped to provide Samaritan assistance for a road traffic collision, only to get caught up in one themselves.
Motorsport UK, the British Motorsport Trust (BMT) and the UK’s largest race circuit owners are proud to announce that there will be a rollout of FIA High-Tech Light Panels across the top Motorsport UK licenced race circuits, starting this spring.
Following the British Motorsport Trust (BMT) trustee meeting on 19 August, the BMT and Motorsport UK would like to announce that Rod Parkin has been appointed as a new independent Trustee and will take up the position of Trust Chair with effect from 2 November 2021.
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