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Motorsport Development UK

Motorsport Development UK is the partnership responsible for implementing a five year investment in British motorsport. Funding for the programme comes directly from the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR) and four regional development agencies (AWM, EEDA, emda and SEEDA)

Our investment agenda is focused on 5 areas seen as key to a successful motorsport cluster in the UK:


Business Development and technology transfer
A Motorsport Academy to improve skills and co-ordinate learning
A Motorsport Learning Grid of educational activities
Development of Energy Efficient Motorsport (EEMS) in the UK
Widening Participation by encouraging more participants to enter the sport

Motorsport 100 first quarter results

Motorsport 100 first quarter results are now available in tabular and graphical format. .

Phone Protection In The Pits

We're petrol heads. No 2 ways about it. That is what we live and breath for. Like most people in today's world, we each have a mobile phone. Most of us (more than 95%) have an iPhone. We use our iPhone to talk with each other around the track and around the pits.

The trouble is, we're usually 100% focused on the race, and not on looking after our phones. Sometimes they get dropped. Sometimes they get driven over! An iPhone dropped into a spinning engine with multiple moving parts, isn't pretty.

So we got all our guys to get the iPhone protection from http://www.iphoneinsurancecover.co.uk/. It is quick, easy and gives us the cover we need while we're full-focused on the race and the build up.

The only reason we're mentioning this here is that a lot of people have asked us about the dangers to our iPhones as we're shouting into them with the roar of engines in the backgrounds and split focus. So that is the answer.

 
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