We are hoping to put together a list of people who would be interested in helping out at our race days.
Our Club is run by volunteers - some got involved through competing in our events, others are family members & some got involved through a love of motorsport!
Planning and running a successful event involves a lot of people and it really is a case of all hands on deck when it comes to race day. The most obvious position for volunteers are for track marshals - a very important and enjoyable role and you have a front row seat to some of the best racing in the country! However, there is also a need for volunteers that aren't required to go out on track.
If this is something that you or someone you know would be interested please DM us on Facebook or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please don't worry if you have no specific experience / training as we can train you in everything you need to know.
Take a look at the comments from some of our 2020 volunteers above!
What are a marshals responsibilities?
The primary job of a flag marshal is to communicate with the drivers using a standard set of flags to help ensure everybody is safe.
The primary role of the Paddock Marshal is to be responsible for gridding the drivers correctly and ensuring the rules and safety of the pit lane is maintained
Do I need any experience to be a marshal?
No, we don’t require that you have any specific experience or previous training as we can train you in everything you need to know.
What if I don’t like it?
As its a voluntary position, there is no commitment from event to event, if you can’t marshal an event for any reason, just let us know in advance.