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Marshals -  The Volunteers of our sport


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 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.

Getting started

The best way to get started as a volunteer marshal is to join Maiden City Motor Club and attend a taster day. For more information, check out the
MMP - Motorsport Marshalling Partnership, based in NI or British Motorsport Marshals Club (BMMC).

You will also find a range of introductory modules on Motorsport UK’s online learning platform which will help prepare you for the role. Simply log in to the Motorsport UK website and follow the instructions to access the Learning Hub.

If you are unable to carry out the training online, you will need to arrange a training day via your local club to carry it out face-to-face.

Volunteer marshals are the beating heart of NI 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.

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.


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