In the case of road cars - the vehicle must conform to MOT minimum standards for road use or MSA current safety and silencing regulations for track cars. All cars must have working seat belts regardless of age and fit their towing eye in the front. It must be in good condition both mechanically and bodily and suitable for its intended use on the track. It is your duty to ensure that the vehicle remains in this condition for the duration of the activity, in the interests of your safety and the safety of others at the circuit. Open wheels/single seater chassis are not permitted, or vehicles exceeding 1.85m high. Cars using slick tyres must have an MSA/FIA approved roll cage. If MSVT deem the vehicle not in keeping with the event booked it reserves the right to exclude the vehicle without refund.
Noise Restrictions The vehicle you intend to use must conform to our noise regulations. Full details of these can be found in the FAQ Noise Regulations section. If MSV is of the opinion that any vehicle does not comply with the applicable noise restrictions, the relevant vehicle will be prevented from participating in the remainder of the event unless and until the noise emissions are addressed to bring them within the applicable limit.
Accident Damage and Insurance
MSV do not require you to have insurance cover in place on its track days. However, whilst track day accidents are rare, by using your car on track you do so at your own risk. It is unlikely that your normal car insurance policy will cover you for a track day, but you should check with your insurer. There are several specialist insurance companies who provide track day insurance such as A-Plan.
When driving an MSV vehicle on circuit, you will be required to pay up to £1500 in respect of any damage to the vehicle regardless of fault.