is aregistered charity (No. 296802) whichhelps to improve safety standards atmotorsport events. The MSF strives to dothis in three ways by
The Fund assists with the purchase of rescueequipment as stipulated In the MSA Blue Book.The MSF will consider claims from all MSArecognised clubs organising licensed competitiveevents, and all MSA licensed rescue vehicles andservices. whatever the motorsport discipline;however, claims are not accepted fromindividuals or teams. Support for non-Blue Bookitems will only be given In exceptional cases.
To recognise the work done by people andorganisations concerned with motorsport safety,“The Ferno MSF Award” is presented each yearto
“the Individual, club or organisation makinga significant contribution to motor sport medical or rescue services”.
The MSF publishes a newsletter, Rescue andResuscitation, twice a year which goes to alldoctors and rescue crews involved inmotorsport.
To help the exchange of Information, theFund has an annual presentation on safetyand related matters, called the WatkinsLecture in acknowledgement of the workdone In this field by Professor Sid Watkins.
The work theMSF is able todo is entirelygoverned bythe amount of moneyIt is able toraise, and theTrustees hopeenthusiastswill supportany fundraisinginitiatives bythe Fund.Personaldonationsrepresent asignificantpart of theFund’s annualincome and if you wouldlike to make acontribution.please send acheque, madepayable to:
MotorsportSafety Fund,P0 Box 239,WestMailing.KentME19 4BL.
The Text in this document is taken from the Motorsports Safety Fund’sPocket Guide to Marshalling.The Trustees of the Motorsport Safety Fund wish to thank Bob Rae, whocompiled this text. Thanks also to Steve Allison, Jim Whittaker, DavePierre and Jeremy Edwards (Circuits); Kevin Bradley and Andy Large(Rally); Roger Whjeldon (Recovery); Dave Simcox (Snatching) andMaggie O’Malley