The Scottish Government has published its final report into motor sport (rallying) safety and the full text of the announcement is published in the on-line rally magazine. There is also a link to the full 20 page report and recommendations.
No doubt we will hear from the MSA in due course about implementation of the recommendations. However, the report continues to claim that the three fatalities on the Jim Clark Rally were spectators. I think we all know by this time this is not strictly accurate.
The report contains no surprises and most clubs already implement much of what has been recommended, but the idea of standardisation across all events should be helpful to those who wish to come and watch rallying, especially those who are new to the sport.
Anyway, see what you think: