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July 15, 2016

Go inside the business of racing every week with interviews from industry insiders from all over motorsports. Our show is the weekly extension of the Race Track Business Conference (RTBC) hosted every December at the Performance Racing Industry Trade show by the National Speedway Directory. Tim Frost from the National Speedway Directory brings us the latest headlines from around the world of motor sports including stories about NASCAR, Formula One, NHRA and more. Racing is an inherently dangerous sport but the folks at Motorsport Safety Foundation are doing a great job making the...

June 23, 2016

Global protection systems company Geobrugg has donated 40 meters of debris fencing to the Motorsport Safety Foundation's Adopt-a-Corner initiative. In order to help race circuits keep up with the industry's increasingly expensive economic landscape, Adopt-a-Corner gives an individual or business the chance to donate a safety barrier upgrade in exchange for a branding contract at the track. This mutually beneficial partnership improves the race track's safety standards by providing added crash protection with FIA-approved barrier upgrades. "We are very grateful to Jochen...

June 20, 2016

Nonprofit receives 40-meter debris fence from Swiss safety systems manufacturer Global protection systems company Geobrugg has donated 40 meters of debris fencing to the Motorsport Safety Foundation's Adopt-a-Corner initiative. In order to help race circuits keep up with the industry's increasingly expensive economic landscape, Adopt-a-Corner gives an individual or business the chance to donate a safety barrier upgrade in exchange for a branding contract at the track. This mutually beneficial partnership improves the race track's safety standards by providing added crash protection with...

June 10, 2016

CLICK BELOW TO SEE THE MOTORSPORT SAFETY FOUNDATION 2015 ANNUAL REPORT

April 25, 2016

NEO Endurance and Gathering of Tweakers (GoT) announced last September to raise money for the Motorsport Safety Foundation. NEO participates in the “% for safety” program of MSF. $6 of each team goes to MSF. On top of that, the fee for each roster change during season also goes to MSF. GoT joined this season by donating the fee for the roster changes as well. Now the season has finished and all of the administration is done, NEO Endurance is proud to announce we raised $342 in total for the Motorsport Safety Foundation! In addition Gathering of...

March 15, 2016

An article about Lara Carlson, Ph.D. FACSM, CSCS, first published in the Bangor Daily News was picked up by the Motorsport Safety Foundation. The article, titled, “Science proves it: Race car drivers are athletes” detailed her research into how motorsports driver’s bodies respond to the stress of competitive racecar driving  Carlson, an associate professor in the Westbrook College of Health Professions and the Center for Excellence in the Neurosciences, said, “I think most people, when they hear what [racecar drivers] do, they think, ‘Really, all they do is turn left?’ A lot...

March 3, 2016

Race Suit Rental has partnered with the Motorsport Safety Foundation as an online rental partner. Recently MSF started its Race with Restraint program, a program that takes helmets and head/neck restraint systems to grassroots motorsports events so that drivers can more easily race safely. Race Suit Rental specializes in renting out safety gear (suits, helmets, gloves, shoes, etc) to racers around the country. Gear is ordered online and shipped out to a variety of series and events. The Motorsport Safety Foundation is tapping into the online platform already established by Race...

January 15, 2016

Worldwide Racing Industry Leaders Convene at Daylong Event at PRI Trade Show WILMETTE, IL – January 15, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Shared insights and intellectual engagement were the central themes during National Speedway Directory’s fourth annual Race Track Business Conference at the Performance Racing Industry Trade Show at the Indiana Convention Center. Speakers and attendees from across the United States, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Australia, and New Zealand, gathered to discuss issues facing industry professionals. Expert...

December 23, 2015

The Motorsport Safety Foundation has posted the results of its latest survey, which tackled the hot-button topic of open-wheel cockpits and how to improve safety in the wake of recent driver fatalities. The survey polled fans, drivers and safety workers on the their views of the prospective safety hazards of closed cockpits in traditionally open-cockpit racing. The majority said their primary concern was how cockpit overs might limit the capacity of safety workers to reach injured or incapacitated drivers following an accident. Click here to view the full results of the survey.

November 23, 2015

We've got a special show this week - a round table discussion focused on cockpit safety in open wheel racing. Dusty is joined by fan, Ben Wedge; Engineer, Jeff Berger; from the Motorsport Safety Foundation, Scot Elkins; from the X1 Group, Mike Earle; and driver, John Andretti. The group discusses where the sport is headed from their unique perspectives as we hash out what to do about cockpit safety.

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