The all-new Motorsport Online – which brings together new and existing features to streamline all services for all MSNZ licence holders – is now live!
Although it looks a bit different, gaining access is straightforward as outlined below.
If you have already previously registered via the MotorSport Online survey then you should have already received the Password Reset email below, so you can proceed from there.
When you log on, you will receive a new licence number. Whether you hold one or multiple MSNZ licences, you will be issued just one, new, six-digit licence number (on separate cards, if you hold more than one licence).
To receive a new licence number and password so you can log in to Motorsport Online, you need to:
a) If you already have a MotorSport NZ licence: go to http://online.motorsport.org.nz/ and click ‘Already have a MotorSport NZ licence?’ You will be redirected to a page that requests your name, current email address and current licence number.
b) If you have a log book but not a MotorSport NZ licence: go to http://online.motorsport.org.nz/ and click ‘Already have a MotorSport NZ licence?’ You will be redirected to a page that requests your name, current email address and licence number. Fill in the first two fields and then just type ‘1’ in the licence number field.
c) If you do not have a log book or a licence number: go to http://online.motorsport.org.nz/ and click ‘Register’. You will be redirected to a page that requests your name, current email address and DOB. Fill in all the required fields and read and agree to the declaration below.
Once you have completed the registration process as above you will receive an email (as below) from the MotorSport office which will contain your initial login details.
It’s important to recognise that the issuing of new licence numbers is a manual process that will be managed directly by staff at MSNZ, so, depending on demand, it could take a few days to receive your new licence number and password.
Simply click on the ‘confirm’ button in the email and enter the user name and password from the email into the fields on the webpage.
Then simply press the big blue ‘SYSTEM START’ button and you are away! Initially this will direct you to a new page where you will be asked to choose a new user name and password that you can remember.
Our goal is for all current competitors and officials to have their new licences by the time the online events entry module is rolled out in (hopefully) early December. Those who were planning to renew their licence in the next few months can do so in the usual manner.
If you have any questions or queries, please feel free to contact MSNZ by phone on 04 815 8015 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.