Media Accreditation for the 2021 RSAC Scottish Rally is now open and will close on Wednesday 21st July at 19:00.

If you wish to apply as a photographer, please ensure you are a Level Two pass holder in the Motorsport UK Media Accreditation scheme prior to contacting the press officers for the event.
A full set of media accreditation guidelines and relevant application forms is available at www.motorsportuk.org

If you do not have Level Two Media Accreditation you can still apply for event accreditation and applications will also be considered for local media outlets at the discretion of the event press officers, however this may not grant you the same level of access.

Documentation for registered Media personnel can be accessed HERE.

Media Forms

Media Application Form

2021 Rally Sign on form

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Event Information

Organising Club: RSAC Motorsport Ltd.

Event Name: The RSAC Scottish Rally

Permit #: 121974

Date: Saturday 24 July 2021

Undertaking

ALL PERSONS APPOINTED TO ACT IN AN OFFICIAL CAPACITY AT THE MEETING MUST SIGN BELOW. Written agreement of a parent or guardian must also be obtained in respect of Officials under 18 years of age.
I agree to act in official capacity at this meeting and in consideration of this the organising club(s) have effected for my benefit a Personal Accident Insurance Policy for death or benefits as prescribed more specifically by Motorsport UK. I have been given an opportunity to read the General Regulations of Motorsport UK and, if any, the Supplementary Regulations for this event and agree to be bound by them. I declare that I am physically and mentally fit to carry out my duties and that I will inform the organisers immediately should any change in my condition occur which I have reason or ought to have reason to believe would affect my ability to carry out my duties. I acknowledge that I understand the nature and type of competition and that as an official, I may be exposed to the potential risk inherent in motor sport and I will undertake my duties with their associated risks with due and proper regard for my safety and that of others. Further, I understand that all persons having any connection with the promotion and/or organisation and/or conduct of the event are insured against loss or injury caused through negligence. I declare that I am not suffering from any infirmity or physical disability likely to affect the performance of my duties as an official of the event.
I am not currently experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 and have not done so for 10 days. I have not knowingly been in contact with anyone showing symptoms within the last 10 days, except as a healthcare professional. If after submitting this form I do knowingly come into contact (except as a healthcare professional) with someone with COVID-19 or if I start to exhibit any of the signs indicating that I may be infected I will immediately withdraw from the event, notify Motorsport UK and ensure that my close contacts also do not attend. Should I become ill at or start to exhibit COVID-19 symptoms at the event I shall withdraw safely and notify the Secretary of the Meeting by telephone / SMS accordingly including identification of those others who I have come into contact with at the event. In addition, I confirm that the symptomatic person will as soon as practicable contact the NHS for the purposes of test and trace.
I agree to abide by all Government and Motorsport UK requirements imposed in respect of COVID-19. I understand that Motorsport UK Guidance on COVID-19 in relation to Events has Regulatory status and to the extent applicable shall supersede the General Regulations by virtue of GR A.2.4. Breach of this obligation may lead to disciplinary action being taken (C.1.1).
I understand and agree that my personal data is being processed solely for the purposes of running this Event and may be used for the purposes of COVID-19 infection tracing, and will be handled by the organisers in accordance with Motorsport UK data protection policy: www.motorsportuk.org/data-protection.
I hereby agree to abide by all applicable Motorsport UK Policies and Guidelines including but not exclusively Safeguarding and Anti Alcohol and Drugs policies.
MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS. All doctors attending motor sport meetings as medical officers must be fully registered with the General Medical Council, must be members of a recognised medical defence organisation and be covered for work outside a hospital. Doctors must be competent in the field in which they are working and must be aware that they are expected to provide themselves with such equipment as they deem necessary for the proper performance of their duties (G15.1).

General Media Enquiry Form
Any media questions relating specifically to the event should be directed to the press officers.