Types of Event
Events which FDMC organises, and is invited to, include the following, and competing in them needn’t be expensive, in most cases; click on these subjects, for more information.
|Speed events (Sprinting and hillclimbing)
Production Car Trials
What age can I start?
Here’s an outline of the minimum ages for competitors, but for full details, check the current regulations with the Motor Sports Association (MSA), or the event organiser.
|Rallies, navigating||Road events, 12: Stages, 16|
|Sprints, Hillclimbs, Autocross||16|
|PCT’s||Driver, 15: Passenger, 12|
|Autotests & Solos (any type of car)||17|
|Autotests & Solos (saloon up to 1600cc)||16, or 14 with an adult passenger|
|Karting (depending on type of kart)||8, 13, 16|
Marshalling is a great way to get involved in motorsport; marshals play a key role in the safety and smooth running of every event, and also get the closest view of the action! As well as our own events, FDMC members run and marshal entire stages on some other major events, up to national level, such as the Wales Rally GB. To find out more, see the Contact Us page.
Many disabled people can still compete in motorsport. Each case is individually assesed by the MSA, but it’s generally easier to obtain a licence for any discipline which involves cars competing singly, or at lower speeds. For advice on getting started, contact: British Motorsports Association for the Disabled, T Youens, 30 Longlands Way, Heatherside, Camberley, Surrey, GU15 1RH Tel 01276 66731
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