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MSA Academy co-driver Phil Hall rounded off his year with a FIA World Rally Championship class win in Australia, taking the RC4 honours at the Kennards Hire Rally Australia (16-19 November 2017) alongside Ford Fiesta R2 pilot, Rhys Pinter. Read More »

Seven promising young rally co-drivers have been selected for exclusive coaching on the 2017 MSA Academy development programme, led by Nicky Grist and Paul Spooner. Read More »

MSA Academy rally co-driver Phil Hall secured an impressive result in the ultra-competitive Opel Adam Cup last weekend, taking ninth in the category alongside upcoming driver Fred Field at ADAC Rallye Niedersachsen in Germany (8th/9th September).

Just weeks after securing his second FIA World Rally Championship finish of the year at ADAC Rally Deutschland alongside British Rally Championship contender Tom Williams, Hall returned to mainland Europe to join Field for the second time in the Adam Cup. Read More »

The MSA Academy is looking for promising young British rally navigators to fill new places on its co-driver development programme, led by 21-time WRC rally winner Nicky Grist and international competitor Paul Spooner.

Forming part of the governing body’s talent development pathway, the syllabus caters for the needs of the individual, so each co-driver’s support programme is bespoke. It is primarily workshop-based but the tailored approach to development ensures that individual support is also available. Read More »

Team UK drivers15Some of British motor sport’s most promising young athletes experienced life at a top national sports facility when the MSA Team UK national squad trained at Loughborough College last week (20-23 January).

Team UK represents the pinnacle of the Motor Sports Association’s talent development pathway, the MSA Academy. This was Team UK’s first visit to Loughborough College, which has played host to top athletes from many other sports. Read More »

McLaren award13Five members of the MSA Academy are among the drivers battling it out for one of the biggest prizes in British motor sport this weekend.

Jake Hughes, Chris Middlehurst, Seb Morris, Matt Parry and Charlie Robertson are among the six hopefuls short-listed for this year’s coveted McLaren Autosport BRDC Award which in the past has been won by David Coulthard, Dario Franchitti and Jenson Button. Read More »