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Go Racing / ARDS / MSA Racing Licence

“I’d rather be a racing driver for a day than a spectator for life”!

You will need a valid MSA Racing Licence to race in UK Championships. Here are the steps to take to get yours.

First up you will need to order an MSA “GO RACING” Starter Pack from the MSA.

Secondly you will need to book your ARDS Test. Make sure you have time to prepare between receiving your MSA “GO RACING” Starter Pack and your test day. I completed my ARDS test at SILVERSTONE. 

Thirdly and part of your racing licence process is obtaining a medical. This can be booked with your Doctors Surgery and generally costs about £100.

Useful tips!

Grab a copy of the UK Circuit Guide for a wealth of knowledge on every UK Racing Circuit.

Get some track time! Book some track days before your ARDS. Book an instructor if you need to. We offer track tuition and support, for more information contact us.

Do some Karting! Karting teaches you so much about car control and a ton of race craft. 

What do you need to do and how much will it cost?

  • Order an MSA Go Racing Pack (£100)
  • Book Medical with your Doctor (£100)
  • Book ARDS Test (£300)
  • Passed? Choose a Championships and join a club…

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MSA Racing Licence

You will need a valid MSA Racing Licence to race in UK Championships. To learn more about the MSA (Motor Sports Association) visit there website.

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Circuit Guides

Grab a copy of the UK Circuit Guide for a wealth of knowledge on every UK circuit

Step 1

MSA Go Racing Pack

This pack contains the Novice application form which includes the cost of the first licence, MSA Pen, Specimen Licence and a DVD, which contains the MSA Yearbook and a video on Racing.

Step 2

ARDS

ARDS (The Association of Racing Drivers Schools) Member Schools operate the initial Novice Driver Training Course. Usually known as the ARDS test, and a requirement for drivers applying for their first race licence.

What do you do when you’ve got your MSA Racing Licence?

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