Why Do You Need A Medical?
Resting ECG Medical for International Competition Licence
All applicants for an International Competition Licence must pass a Medical Examination every year. Every 2 years for applicants under 45 this includes a requirement for a 12-lead Resting electrocardiogram. For drivers 45 and over there is a requirement for a Stress electrocardiogram. This is in addition to the standard MSA Medical outlined below.
MSA Medical Regulations
Standard MSA Medical
Section 2 of the MSA competition Application form asks you to self-certify that you are medically fit to drive despite which category you intend to race in.
However if you have ever been treated for any of the below conditions then you will need a Doctor to confirm that you are safe to compete.
- a severe head injury which led to concussion or unconsciousness
- a severe psychiatric illness, mental disorder including treatment for depression or any behavioural problem including ADHD
- heart disease or a heart disorder
- high blood pressure
- seizures or any other neurological conditions
- severe giddiness, fainting spells or blackouts
Download your Motor Sport Association Competition Application & Medical Form here.
The standard medical is very similar to a D4 medical which is standard for all commercial drivers over 7.5 Tonnes and involves the following:
- Medical History Survey
- Urine Test to screen for diabetes
- Blood Pressure Check
This should only take just over ten minutes however if there is an issue which the doctor discovers it may take longer.
Book Your MSA Medical
To book an MSA medical is easy, choose to fill in the contact form, email your enquiry email@example.com or call our reception team on 0333 9000 010. Summerfield Healthcare’s medical reception team are specially trained to deal with all enquiries in a professional, prompt & private manner.
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