Your first action, If you don't already have one, should be to obtain a national B race licence as this is a relatively cheap part of the process and will give you a better understanding of motorsport and motor racing in general.

 

Get in touch with the MSA via their website www.masuk.org. We suggest you purchase their getting started pack, it's just full of useful information.

The MSA's address:
 

The Motor Sports Association Ltd
Motor Sports House
Riverside Park
Colnbrook
Slough
SL3 0HG 

Tel : (01753) 681736

You will need to take an ARDS course which will give you all the information you need to obtain a licence. There are ARDS courses run all over the country. Here are a few places you might start. The 750 Trophy doesn't recomend any particular course but below are some places you could start looking.


Silverstone ARDS courses
http://www.silverstone.co.uk/track/driver-coaching/ards/ 




Thruxton Racing School
http://www.thruxtonracing.co.uk/experiences/other_ards.html




The Racing School
(Three Sisters)
(Aintree)
(knockhill)
(Rockingham)
http://www.racing-school.co.uk/driving/msa.asp



Mithril ARDS School
(Goodwood)
http://www.mithril.co.uk



Anglesey ARDS School
(no information about ARDS on website but contact the circuit)
http://www.angleseycircuit.com/index.php?option=com_contact&view=contact&id=1&Itemid=93



ClubMSV ARDS School
(Cadwell Park, Snetterton, Brands Hatch, Oulton Park)
http://www.clubmsv.com/car-home/ards.aspx?&msvcode=ards



Castle Combe ARDS School
http://www.castlecombecircuit.co.uk/events/testing.asp



Croft ARDS School
http://www.croftcircuit.co.uk/ontrack.php




Mallory ARDS School
(No information about ARDS on website but contact the circuit)
http://www.mallorypark.co.uk/ContactUs.htm