British Rally Marshals Club
This Club was formed in 1980 by a group of people within the British Motorsport Marshals Club who all had a common interest in rally marshalling. with the "mission" of promoting safer motor sport and that remains the club's primary objective to this day.
Organised into six regions, each covering a defined area of the country, it offers members the opportunity to marshal at virtually any event they wish, coordinating volunteering and liaising with the organising clubs. The club has its own insurance scheme to provide members with extra cover whilst they are marshalling at or travelling to a recognised event.
This website enables marshals to volunteer for events on-line for Race and Rallycross events. There is also a list of events which can be viewed/downloaded and a link to Silk Rally Radio site which has a comprehensive list of rally dates.
The British Motorsport Marshals Club
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.
Volunteers in Motorsport
The Motorsports Association drive to encourage more people like you to become involved with the sport.and can help you get involved as a marshal, timekeeper, technical official or in many other roles.
The perfect way to get close and really enjoy the sport and a disability doesn't necessarily stop you being involved.Whatever your chosen area is within Motorsport, Volunteers in Motorsport can help you get involved whether it's Car Racing, Rallying, Karting, Sprints, Hillclimbs, Cross-Country events, Trials or Autotests, and many other forms of motor sport