British Motor Sports Training Trust (BMSTT)
The Trust was formed as a charity in May 1977 with the aim of providing education and training to motor sports officials
to improve their rescue, fire fighting, track safety and rescue techniques.
The Trust also concerns itself with the advancement of medical science with particular emphasis on casualty
treatment and rehabilitation of accident victims in motor car sport.
Another important aspect of its work is to investigate methods of fire fighting and of reducing the incidence and gravity of accidents generally.
Since its inception the Trust has funded hundreds of safety seminars and training days for all types and grades of official
including stewards, clerks of course, fire marshals and race and rally rescue crews.
Support has also been provided for various courses held for doctors operating within motor sports, in particular the Advance Trauma Life Support conference which attracts a large attendance.
British motor sport is well served by dedicated, enthusiastic, hard working and highly trained volunteers without whom
the sport in the UK as we know it would probably wither and perish.
The work of the Trust in providing for their training needs helps them fulfil their potential and enjoyment of their chosen sport and simultaneously contributes to their professionalism which is acknowledged world-wide. In all walks of life money is the great facilitator therefore if you can see your way to making a donation to the Trust you may be assured that it will be used wholly dedicated to train those people to whom you entrust your personal safety whilst enjoying your sport
Contact - Allan Dean-Lewis, M.B.E. - Secretary
The BMSTT is a charity registered in England - Reg No : 273828