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. 
To find out more email the Chief Marshal Lee Hampton-Whitehead - 
To find out more about marshalling and registering see the MSUK website - 

 British Rally Marshals Club - Updated 2024 Rally Taster Day / Recruitment Programme 

Are you interested in becoming a Rally marshal and are unsure where to start? The British Rally Marshals Club (BRMC) in association with the various event organisers mentioned are arranging Rally Marshals Taster days at various locations throughout the coming year. This is the opportunity for you to find out all about marshalling at motorsport events, especially rallies. 
As always, we express our kind thanks to the various event organisers mentioned for their help and assistance in organising these days. 
If you are interested then please click on the following link to express your interest and Alan Page, BRMC Recruitment Coordinator, will be in touch: 
For the latest information on MSUK Marshalling read the latest MSUK Marshals' Bulletin  
May Bulletin 2024 - Click Here 
Welcome to the May issue of the Marshals’ Bulletin – sent to all Marshals registered with Motorsport UK. 
Inside you will find information on the following subjects: 
Learning Hub - Planned and Scheduled Maintenance 
Registered (Accredited) Marshal to Race: Grade 1 Marshal Requirements 
Motorsport UK Official Roles Case Studies 
And much more! 
April Bulletin 2024 - Click Here 
March Bulletin 2024 - Click Here 
February Bulletin 2024 - Click Here 
December Bulletin 2023 - Click Here 
November Bulletin 2023 - Click Here 
October Bulletin 2023 - Click Here 
September Bulletin 2023 - Click Here  
August Bulletin 2023 - Click Here 

Marshalling Fun Gallery 

RAC Rally (Roger Albert Clark) 2 day adventure November 2021 

2021 3 Shires Stages - Cheltenham Team setting up stage 4 
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 also 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 well 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 organisers of the 3 Shires Stages Rally would like to thank all our marshals and other volunteers for your hard work and dedication in running the rally. 
For this event, marshals who do not have Motorsport UK accreditation will be accepted. 
However, we do still encourage you to undertake the Motorsport UK Online Training module if you can (see below). 
If you do not have accreditation please still register with Rally Stage Team, so you can be allocated with accredited marshals accordingly. 
If you would like to find out more about the Hills Ford Stages Rally, membership of the Cheltenham Motor Club or any of our events, please complete the enquiry form below, and one of our friendly team will contact you. 
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