Online rally marshals’ training and accreditation compulsory for 2022
Volunteer marshals are the beating heart of UK motorsport. Proudly standing out in their orange overalls or marshals’ tabards, they are vital to the safe and effective running of events all over the country.
For anyone who is passionate about motorsport but does not necessarily want to get behind the wheel, becoming a marshal is a great way to get close to the action.
The role involves a wide range of essential duties to help events to run safely and effectively, from clearing debris and managing spectators to operating a start, finish line or assembly area. Being a marshal affords you one of the best seats in the house and the opportunity to go behind-the-scenes at all the most exciting championships and events.
Motorsport UK registered marshals are so highly trained and regarded that they are in high demand across the globe; over 500 British marshals regularly attend a wide range of overseas events, at the invitation of the organisers, to share their expertise.
The online training takes less than an hour to complete, and has been designed as a supplement to – not a replacement for – the high quality face-to-face training sessions currently being delivered across the UK.
Existing and prospective Marshals can undertake online training and accreditation by logging in or registering at: www.motorsportuk.org/rallymarshalstraining
Want to become part of the team?
Would you like to become part of the team behind the Ulster Rally?
Well here is your chance, now you can join the team and become one of the people who make this event happen! Want to know how? It’s very simple, just volunteer to become a marshal. Over 600 marshals are required for the two-day event, to play a major role in the success of the rally. Without them it could not happen and you could become part of that team!
If you would be interested in becoming involved then please get in contact with the Chief Marshal:
07740 084 884
We would like to hear from anyone who is available, from the first time marshal to the experienced.
Why not call now, and become part of the team?