For those wishing to become involved with motor sport – but not as a competitor, there can be no better introduction than as a marshal or official.
To organise any event requires a small army of volunteers, usually many more than the number of competitors. These volunteers carry out a wide range of duties, all of which contribute to the overall efficiency and success of the event.
Volunteers are also needed as administrators within motor clubs
Whatever you choose, your presence will be welcomed and appreciated. As a marshal, you will join a band of enthusiasts who enjoy their motor sport and through active marshalling clubs, an interesting social life.
Signing-on as a marshal is easy, and there are special training days throughout the year.
After you have gained experience as a marshal, you might like to consider one of the many other duties, such as scrutineering or timekeeping.
If you are interested in making further progress as a marshall, Motorsport UK offer a free online training course where you can receive official accreditation, find out more by clicking here: http://msauk.org/Marshals/Online-rally-marshals-training
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