A few reminders and announcements for this month….starting with:
Social Media. The MSA have created guidelines to assist users avoid some of the common pitfalls that can arise and to help social media to be used in a… Continue reading
As a Club we wish to record our our very grateful thanks to the organisers of Kop Hill Climb and Donington Park for their recent donations of £2,000 and £1,200 respectively. In both instances these donations reflect the ongoing support… Continue reading
Mostly this question comes from fellow marshals who I haven’t seen in a while or have not met before and I realise that the inquiry refers to my role as Chairman of the BMMC and not… Continue reading
One word that can’t be mentioned enough and an activity we should partake in as often as it’s available.
Recently BARC NW ran a mid-season training event and the BRSCC NW Rescue Unit offered BMMC marshals the… Continue reading
We’re already more than half way through the calendar year and there’s so many more events to go! July was a mixed bag of events and I’m not even talking about the weather.
F1 came to town… Continue reading
Many of you will have seen Nadine’s e-mail asking for volunteers for a top secret event. All you needed was to be available on 12th July, have a set of BMMC overalls, your own flags and be able to… Continue reading
Social media – love it or hate it
So there’s Instagram, Twitter and Facebook just for starters. Ten-Tenths, YouTube and Blogging – which is kind of what this is. There are various forms of Social Media in existence and new… Continue reading
A change of scenery.
As many of you will know my first love of motorsport is circuit racing. Knowing I would never be able to race (without swearing and screaming inside the car with my eyes shut!) I still get… Continue reading
On Easter weekend UK motorsport witnessed one of the most horrible accidents seen in recent history. Broadcast live on National television an aspiring 17 year old Billy Monger, at the start of his single seater career, was involved in a… Continue reading