Marshalling is for anybody who is interested in and wants to be involved in motorsport. You don’t need any special skills or qualifications to start, just common sense and a reasonably developed sense of self-preservation.

As you become more involved you will be able to take advantage of training funded by the sport’s governing body – the Motor Sports Association – and run by individual motor clubs, Regional Associations or the clubs set up to cater specifically for marshals like the British Motorsport Marshals Club.

The British Motorsport Marshals Club is the main channel through which marshals get information about the hundreds of motorsport meetings held throughout Britain each year. Details of events are circulated to BMMC members through the Club’s regional magazines and by organising clubs who send volunteering forms detailing all their meetings directly to BMMC members before each new motor racing season begins.

For answers to any further questions about marshalling please look at our list of Frequently asked Questions (FAQ’s)

More specific information relating to the different roles and requirments can be found under the links on this page:

The BRMC – British Rally Marshals Club

The BMMC has a special section for those more interested in rallying, the British Rally Marshals Club. The BRMC’s structure is similar to the BMMC and is dedicated to improving the training of all rally marshals. For more information click on the BRMC logo