There are wide-ranging career opportunities for those wishing to be part of this exciting and rewarding industry. A career in motorsport can involve working long hours and weekends, lots of time away from home, and working whilst exposed to the elements... Still keen? Good, because the rewards can be great - not only are the wages attractive, but working as part of a team and achieving success in such a high-pressure sport is one of the best feelings in the world. Of course, as with any industry, the best companies will attract the best employees - so if you want to be part of their success, you must work hard.
Read the MIA's Motorsport Careers Guide
This advice is under continuous review and will be updated regularly
How to start racing
The sporting side of UK motorsport is governed by the Motor Sport Association (MSA), which deals with all licence holders and competitors. Those wishing to obtain a competition licence should contact the MSA and ask to be directed to a recognised member of the Association of Racing Drivers Schools (ARDS).
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