No Marshals = No Motorsport


From event HQ to trackside or stage, volunteer marshals make motorsport happen. There is no easier way to get involved in motorsport, and you will always be warmly welcomed and appreciated. There is no requirement to commit yourself to any more than one day/event, and marshalling like all motor sport offers “equal opportunities” at all levels.

While we consider enthusiasm to be far more important than experience, from January 2017 the rules will require all marshals to be registered and accredited by the MSA. Registration can be started quite easily at your first event, which when followed by completion of an online training module will ensure your marshals “card” is issued without delay and best of all it doesn’t cost you anything. Until you gain sufficient experience we will always put you with an experienced marshal to show you the ropes, and any training you may need is always provided free of charge.

PMC marshals  regularly help organise, officiate and marshal at numerous events throughout the country, from local club races and rally’s up to and including the F1 British Grand Prix and Wales Rally GB the UK round of the World Rally Championship.

We are regularly asked to help at various events so to offer your services, or for more information on any aspect of marshalling in general, or specialisations such as timekeeping, safety radio, recovery or rescue,  please contact our clubs chief marshal,
Graham Hall, email, or phone 01724 798907 or 07585 662085

We have received requests for marshals for the following events:-

Lincoln Motor Cycle and Car Club Ltd are running the ‘Bruce Robinson Rally’ on the 11th – 12th February 2017.

This year they return to last years start/finish venue, Lincoln Rugby Club, Nettleham and will be providing a route of approx. 140 miles of the best Lincolnshire lanes including around 10 miles of whites and a couple of special tests.

All marshals receive a free goodie bag and any marshal covering two (or more) controls will receive a free breakfast voucher. Anyone available to marshal should contact the Chief Marshal Alan Jackson.

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