Apply to the MSA for a Go Racing Pack - this will include a Race Licence Application Form, a Medical Form to be completed by your GP and a useful DVD/video outlining some of the things you will come across in your ARDS course
What is an ARDS Course?
The Association of Racing Driving Schools, which are situated at most of the race circuits in the UK, run one-day courses which include theory tests of your basic knowledge of motor sport (flag signals for example) and a practical 'test' of your ability to drive safely around a circuit.
On the assumption that you pass your ARDS course and your GP (or another Doctor) is happy with your physical condition, you can then apply to the MSA for your National B Race Licence. When you get your licence, you will also get a printed copy of the MSA Year Book (commonly called the Blue Book), although you can find the 2016 version online here. This contains all the General Regulations of the MSA some of which, like section [C (c)] – Safety, is essential reading; whereas other sections will send you to sleep at night.
Apply to the MSA for a Go Racing Pack.