Online rally marshals’ training and accreditation compulsory for 2021

Winners for running the Best Stage (Lisnamuck) on the 2018 John Mulholland Motors Ulster Rally was Magherafelt and District Motor Club L-R: Ian Connolly (Chief Marshal), Brian O’Kane (Stage Commander) and Philip Murray (Clerk of the Course).

The scheme is part of the RallyFuture campaign to further enhance safety on UK stage rallies. Its purpose is to ensure that all Rally marshals have a common understanding of their roles and responsibilities, the management of spectators and how to handle an incident.

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:


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:
Ian Connolly
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?


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