The Motorsport Safety Foundation has created a group of advocates in an effort to provide guidance to the racing community, spread awareness and raise the funds necessary to implement safety-related initiatives. Please complete the application below to become an Ambassador, Champion or Hero.

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<span style="color: #333333; font-family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14pt;">AMBASSADORS:</span>
The Ambassador program seeks motorsport professionals who specialize in specific safety-related areas of motorsport. An MSF Ambassador is someone who believes in the mission and vision of the foundation and has certified professional experience in his or her field. As an Ambassador, you will represent the foundation in a given safety category and/or racing series as a qualified expert. As an MSF representative, you will be an integral part of our network, help filter and respond to requests and actively help those in need. This structure will help ensure that the Motorsport Safety Foundation can act as effectively and timely as possible with all requests. In addition, you will be an active member in our forums and social media tasked with responding to questions in your related field.

The Motorsport Safety Foundation recognizes the involvement of Ambassadors as a vital component to achieving its mission: “The Motorsport Safety Foundation (MSF) was created to unite the racing community under the single purpose of improving safety standards in all forms of motorsport.”

Code of Practices
1. The Motorsport Safety Foundation is creating a system for managing its ambassadors that supports the organization’s goals and objectives with clear lines of responsibility.
2. Ambassadors will be recruited according to organizational needs on a volunteer basis.
3. Ambassadors are expected to actively perform their duties to the best of their abilities, respect the privacy and confidentiality of clients and remain loyal to the fundamental principles of the foundation.
4. The Motorsport Safety Foundation will review and evaluate policies and procedures on a regular basis to ensure best practices are followed.
5. The Motorsport Safety Foundation reserves the right to relieve ambassadors of their post.

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<span style="font-family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14pt; color: #333333;">CHAMPIONS:</span>
Champions are professional racecar drivers who believe in the Motorsport Safety Foundation's mission. These individuals have chosen to contribute their limited time to support the foundation and racing community through their influence on social media and public appearances. Champions sign autographs, distribute promotional material, share posts on social media, retweet and multiply all social media efforts, participate in online discussions, donate items for auction or sale and spread awareness of the Motorsport Safety Foundation and its vision.

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<span style="font-family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14pt; color: #333333;">HEROES:</span>
Heroes are amateur drivers, fans and friends who agree that motorsport can and should be safer. These individuals volunteer at events and fundraisers, as well as help out with safety initiatives in a temporary manner. Heroes hand out brochures and other promotional material, spread our message on social media, retweet and multiply all social media efforts, participate in online discussions and collaborate with the Motorsport Safety Foundation on various safety-related projects.