The following UK Motorsport events have been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak
Get closer to the action - safely
From the pits and paddock to track-side and behind the scenes, marshals allow motorsport meetings to run smoothly.
A marshals’ job is essential in providing safety cover and administrative functions. It’s the closest you can get to the action without being sat in the driving seat!
What is Marshalling?
Marshaling is for anybody who is interested in and wants to be more involved in motorsport.
You don’t need any special skills or qualifications to start in the world of marshalling; just some common sense and a reasonably developed awareness of self-preservation.
I'd like to try a day as a Marshal
Come along and have an introduction into the wonderful world of marshalling!
Just fill out a simple form with your contact details and we’ll be in touch with you to arrange a Marshals Taster Day at a circuit near you.
I want to join the BMMC
There are so many benefits in joining the BMMC; the largest group of marshals in the UK.
For just a small annual subscription, you can join the best marshals club, get you closer to the action and immerse yourself in motorsport
Latest BMMC News
So how’s it been? The first month back on track with Motorsport in the U.K. A number of events successfully completed. Lots of learnings. New guidelines to follow. Easing of restrictions. And by the time you read this the first British F1 weekend will be underway. Hopefully it’s not been too stressful coming back and for those of you who haven’t […]
Kop Hill Climb Festival receives Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service
Kop Hill Climb Festival (KHCF) volunteers have been recognised with the accolade of the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS) 2020, the highest honour bestowed upon local volunteer groups to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities. It is the equivalent of the MBE for such organisations. KHCF is one of 230 charities, social […]
While lockdown restrictions are gradually easing, I am sure many of you are still facing the same challenges – home schooling, different working hours, long meetings on Zoom, home exercising, not exercising and in some cases, loneliness and grieving. And as we move towards the restart of Motorsport this different way of working and living will […]
It’s time to go racing…..
The restart of the motorsport season following lockdown is going to be a whole new learning curve for many of us. This coming weekend I will be commentating on the Austrian Grand Prix from Silverstone while just down the road from my home, one of the first national club meetings of the year takes place at Snetterton. All […]