Legend Fires North West Stages Rally

in partnership with Simpson's ŠKODA

23rd March 2019

Become a Rally Marshal

For the Legend Fires North West Stages to be successful it needs a LOT of people-power, your help will be greatly appreciated. All motorsport events, from Formula 1 grands prix to club-level rallies, need volunteers to help run them safely and effectively. From pits and paddock to trackside, they do everything from essential administrative work to providing life-saving safety cover.

It doesn’t matter whether you have masses of experience of marshaling, or virtually none, we will welcome you and help you find a suitable role.

Minimum Requirements
In general terms, there are none. Volunteers are welcome at any age, although the duties of young people may be limited in certain situations. Those aged between their 11th and 16th birthdays qualify as cadet marshals and though are unable to perform trackside duties can get involved in a host of other interesting roles.

Motor sport offers ‘equal opportunities’ at all levels, although there are a few legal exemptions, including certain competitor disabilities and minimum ages for both competing and officiating.

If you already have special skills – technical, mechanical, rescue, vehicle recovery, medical, first aid or administration – you may wish to use them as a volunteer in motor sport.

Safety is paramount on any motorsport event now, and as such the Motorsport UK requires all marshals to be registered and for them to have undertaken a short online training course. This online training course takes less than 45 minutes to complete, and once complete you can then register, for free, as a marshal with the Motorsport UK. The online training can be accessed via the following link: https://members.msauk.org/imissite/login/default.asp

If you do wish to marshal on the event you will need to be a Motorsport UK (MUK) Registered marshal and have undertaken the Motorsport UK’s on-line accreditation modules found HERE. These are great learning and/or refresher modules covering three topics:

  • Roles and responsibilities of a marshal
  • Spectator management
  • Incident management

If you haven’t already done them it’ll take you between 20 – 45 minutes to run through the learning elements and either learn something new or refresh your memory. There is a small assessment at the end of each module so you can check your learning. More details can be found on https://www.msauk.org/MSA-launches-online-marshals-training-and-accreditation.

In the meantime, you can still enrol to marshal on the event but you must have completed your on-line modules and become a registered marshal before the Legend Fires North West Stages takes place.