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Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:16 pm PostPost subject: Any new MSA/SMRC safety regs?
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Bit out of the loop on this one, 2 years to be precise.

Last round of MSA changes I had to adhere to were FIA rain lights and HANS devices.

From looking at the S&S regs I can't see anything else that's now mandatory but haven't been able to flick through the blue book yet.

Is there anything "new" I need to look at?

Ta much.
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Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:33 pm PostPost subject:
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not for Sports n Saloons as far as I'm aware.

Metal/Wire tow hoops for Minis/Fiestas last year
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Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:43 pm PostPost subject: Re: Any new MSA/SMRC safety regs?
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HummuH wrote:
Bit out of the loop on this one, 2 years to be precise.

Last round of MSA changes I had to adhere to were FIA rain lights and HANS devices.

From looking at the S&S regs I can't see anything else that's now mandatory but haven't been able to flick through the blue book yet.

Is there anything "new" I need to look at?

Ta much.


If you think you might have problems finding KH text me and you can follow me up there. Hee hee hee
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Wed Jan 10, 2018 3:05 pm PostPost subject: Re: Any new MSA/SMRC safety regs?
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arm10 wrote:
HummuH wrote:
Bit out of the loop on this one, 2 years to be precise.

Last round of MSA changes I had to adhere to were FIA rain lights and HANS devices.

From looking at the S&S regs I can't see anything else that's now mandatory but haven't been able to flick through the blue book yet.

Is there anything "new" I need to look at?

Ta much.


If you think you might have problems finding KH text me and you can follow me up there. Hee hee hee


Sorry mate, too slow for me Very Happy
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Wed Jan 10, 2018 3:25 pm PostPost subject: Re: Any new MSA/SMRC safety regs?
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HummuH wrote:
arm10 wrote:
HummuH wrote:
Bit out of the loop on this one, 2 years to be precise.

Last round of MSA changes I had to adhere to were FIA rain lights and HANS devices.

From looking at the S&S regs I can't see anything else that's now mandatory but haven't been able to flick through the blue book yet.

Is there anything "new" I need to look at?

Ta much.


If you think you might have problems finding KH text me and you can follow me up there. Hee hee hee


Sorry mate, too slow for me Very Happy


Well that one cheered me up. You're right--even with you towing a trailer
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Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:24 am PostPost subject:
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2018 Blue Book is here
https://www.msauk.org/News-Publications/Publications/MSA-Yearbooks
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Thu Jan 11, 2018 12:29 pm PostPost subject:
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scottish scrutineer wrote:
2018 Blue Book is here
https://www.msauk.org/News-Publications/Publications/MSA-Yearbooks


What, you mean I'm actually going to have to read it?
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Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:49 am PostPost subject:
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HummuH wrote:
scottish scrutineer wrote:
2018 Blue Book is here
https://www.msauk.org/News-Publications/Publications/MSA-Yearbooks


What, you mean I'm actually going to have to read it?

Go on, someone has to. Laughing
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Mon Jan 22, 2018 1:13 pm PostPost subject: FIRE EXTINGUISHERS - Must be Serviced in last 24months
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Heads up for anybody Racing in 2018.

Fire extinguishers must have been serviced within the last 2 years.

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Fire Extinguishers
Existing vehicles competing prior to 1st January
2019 may comply with the following until
1st January 2022. New build vehicles from
1st January 2019 must comply with Appendix 3.
3. A fire extinguisher/extinguishing system must be
carried on all vehicles, the minimum requirement being
that the system be charged with one of the permitted
extinguishants and be operable by the driver whilst
normally seated either by manual operation or by a
mechanically/electrically assisted triggering system.
All extinguishers must be serviced in accordance with
the manufacturers guidelines, or every 24 months,
whichever is sooner


From 2019, any new builds must have FIA homologated systems, from 2022, this will apply to all cars which need an extinguisher. At present, for SLS extinguishers are recommended.
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Mon Jan 22, 2018 1:16 pm PostPost subject:
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AK wrote:
Metal/Wire tow hoops for Minis/Fiestas last year


still amazed me some people didn't have 2 front and 2 back in mini's.
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