Through its Academy programme, the MSA will support DMACK Junior British Rally Championship competitors throughout the 2016 season.
The MSA Academy is a talent pathway that helps to equip the UK’s most promising young drivers and co-drivers with the knowledge and skills needed to maximise their performance inside and outside of the car.
The initiative is supported by BRC Super 1600 Champion James Wozencroft along with qualified coaches and support personnel to provide informed guidance to help competitors to unlock their full potential.
The Academy will attend all seven rounds this season, working with crews on human performance and sporting development, and assisting each team to identify its strengths and eliminate its weaknesses.
MSA Academy Manager Greg Symes is enthusiastic about the scheme’s association with the new-look BRC.
“It is hugely important that we support the British Rally Championship. We currently support junior rally championships right across the UK as well as the Fiesta Sport Trophy,” explained Symes. “By engaging with the BRC, we have a ladder of progression through rallying.
“The MSA Academy will provide performance enhancing support focusing on technical development, driving dynamics, planning and prep, debriefing, communication, working in a team and human performance factors such as fitness and nutrition for rallying.
“From competitors starting out to those tackling the Junior BRC, we hope to help build relationships and careers and identify who will make it to the top and who we can take to the MSA Team UK and beyond.”