Porsche Human Performance have teamed up with MSA approved doctors Professor Raj Jutley and Dr Jonathan Hardwick to provide a week of medical examinations, stress ECG testing, and resting ECG testing for both national and international licences. These medical examinations will be undertaken to strict MSA standards, during which a detailed examination is performed. A cardiologist will be present at the medicals so that all the medical forms can be completed on the day.
First time applicants 18 years and over applying for a car, truck or Kart (not Kart Clubman) racing licence will be required to pass a medical examination.
Aged over 45 you will be required to pass an annual medical examination. A stress ECG is also required for competitors over the age of 45 and is valid for two years and will need to be subsequently undertaken alongside the licence application in the third year.
International grades of competition licence will also be required to pass an annual medical examination. International competition licences incorporate a FIA Medical Certificate of Aptitude, and every two years for applicants under 45 a 12-lead ECG. For international licence applicants 45 years of age and over must include a stress related ECG. The Stress ECG is valid for two years and will need to be subsequently undertaken alongside the licence application in the third year.
Medical examinations will be taking place from Monday 3rd to Friday 7th February 2014.
|Costs (inc VAT)|
|MSA Medical and Stress ECG||£295|