BRDC
British Racing Drivers Club
Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone, Northants NN12 8TN
To become a member of the BRDC Marshals' Club contact:Pam Dearn, Administration Team Leader,
BRDC Race Organisation
E-mail : Pam.Dearn
Telephone Number: 01327 320297
Enquires: enquires@brdc.co.uk
BMMC
British Motorsport Marshals Club

Print an application form online and return it to:
Sue Whitlock , New Membership Secretary, British Motor Racing Marshals Club, 3 Acorn Way, Silverstone, Towcester, Northamptonshire, NN12 8DQ
Download Guide
www.marshals.co.uk/training.php

Protective clothing . If you get the marshalling bug, then you will probably want to invest in a set of orange Proban Overalls. Proban is flame retardant and provides additional protection from fires. Nomex underwear gives additional warmth and protection.. Waterproofs - made from materials which don't present a risk when dealing with a fire. Release knives designed for cutting seat belts, Gesco scissors, which will cut everything from helmet straps to metal braided hoses, seat belts and even metal braided brake lines, clipboards, hearing protection, lap counters, body warmers, baseball caps, jumpers, polo shirts, safety glasses and a range of badges and stickers, all at cut prices for B.M.M.C members.


British Automobile Racing Club
All the information you will need to become a B.A.R.C. trained marshal.

Phone Karen Coddington,
Marshals Secretary at Thruxton on 01264 882210
Alternatively, Email Karen Coddington
Chief Marshall: Trevor Jackson trevor.jackson@barc.net

British Racing & Sports Car Club

In order to become a marshal, you will need to apply to become a Club Member of the BRSCC.
Chief Marshals contact form on the website.
35 Kings Hill Avenue, West Malling, KENT ME19 4RR
Tel: 01732 848884 Fax: 01732 848989

Flag meanings. Marshals use many different flags to alert drivers of different incidents during races. Marshals and race drivers alike must learn exactly what each flag looks like and means. This is to ensure the safety of all concerned. Visit the BRSCC site for meanings of flags used in marshalling races at BRSCC events.

Marshals.org.uk

Visit Julian Floyd's site for online marshal volunteering forms or email
Julian.Floyd@iee.org
MRMCI

Motor Racing Marshalls Club of Ireland web site or email: info@mrmci.com for an application form.

Useful information on special ferry rates for visiting marshals from the UK and how to join up.

Everything you need to know about becoming a marshall at the Isle of Man TT
http://www.iomtt.com/
e-mail: iomttma@iofm.net


Goodwood Marshals Club

If you are interested in joining the GMC contact:

Membership Secretary : James Gilder 01243 771466

jamesgilder308@aol.com

Marshalspost.com

This site is dedicated to the people in orange that help make motorsport happen. The site contains information on circuits around the UK and overseas that is of particular use to marshals; such as good posts to work, sign-on points, places to park and many other useful bits and pieces.

International Motor Racing Tours

A company with 40 years experience of organising motor racing tours to Le Mans and all Grand Prix events.
The site also has useful driver/team info, circuits and a calendar of events.



H T Hughes & Co.

PROBAN Motorsport suits
Purchase directly from the manufacturer and get quality motor sport garments. Fabric complies to EN533 and BS 6249 as required by MSA 'Blue Book'
H.T. Hughes & Co. (Overalls) Limited
91 Hardcastle Road, Edgeley, Stockport, Cheshire
SK3 9DE
. Tel : +44 (0)161 480 2545 / 3152



Motor Sport Association

The MSA is recognised as the governing body of motor sport in Great Britain by the world governing body, the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA).
Motor Sports House, Riverside Park, Colnbrook,
SL3 0HG
. Tel: +44 (0) 1753 765 000

SMMC
Scottish Motorsport Marshals Club

The Scottish Motor Racing Club (SMRC) runs most race meetings in Scotland. In addition, both the BARC and the BRSCC run high profile meetings at Knockhill. The SMRC is responsible for co-ordinating the marshalling for all these.

SMRC Chief Marshal - Nick Clarke - 0131 441 2698. Enquiries


Prescott Marshals Club

PRESCOTT HILL CLIMB - Set in a niche in the Cotswold hills see some of the fastest racing and sports cars at speeds of up to 110 mph, at one of the finest Speed Hillclimb venues in the country.
Email:- hickups@btopenworld.com
Membership Secretary: Trish Davis
2 Kingscote Road East Hatherley Cheltenham Gloucestershire GL51 6JS
Tel:- 01242 581341