Marshals Wanted

Marshals Wanted

Please come and marshal on the 2016 Accident Advice Solicitors, Loss Insurance Brokers Promenade Stages Rally.

If you’re not competing and want to be involved and be closer to the action why not register as a Marshal.

Marshals are needed on Friday afternoon for Scrutineering, Friday evening for the first 2 special stages and all day on Saturday for the remaining special stage action.

We aim to sign on around 100 marshals in order for our event to be as slick as usual, so if you would like to help on the Accident Advice Solicitors, Loss Insurance Brokers Promenade Stages Rally then please contact the Chief Marshal by email: As a marshal you not only get a goody bag but will also be entered into our superb marshals’ prize draw.

Everyone is welcome and no previous experience is necessary as all marshals will be fully briefed and anyone who is not experienced will be ‘buddied’ with experienced marshals.

If you are interested in marshalling for the first time either make contact with the Chief Marshal or come along to one of our club meetings on a Monday evening at the Port Sunlight Village Social Club to find out more about marshalling.

MSA Marshals Registration

Following some high profile incidents the MSA has introduced new safety rules in order to secure the future of British Rallying and some of those changes affect you as event marshals.

You may already be registered as a marshal with the MSA, giving you the recognition you fully deserve for the contribution you make to rallying. If you are then by 2017 you will need to have completed the MSA on-line training module, details of this are included below. For information, you only need to do this once, it will not be part of future ongoing annual renewals.

If you are not already a registered MSA Marshal, then registration is not compulsory but you will need to be ‘buddied’ with a registered marshal. Any new marshals registering from this year will need to complete the accreditation modules as part of the 2016 process.

Volunteer marshals are essential for the safe and efficient running of our rally – without you our event would not run. Please come and help us and, if you want more information, we will be happy to talk to you about MSA registration. Contact Lorraine Taylor, or the Deputy Clerk of the Course, Pat Marchbank at:

To complete the MSA Rally Marshal Training: Go to and log in as either an existing customer or, if you are a new customer, ‘Register with MSA’.

If the process does not automatically take you to the on line training link then it can be accessed and go to bottom of page and, ‘click here’ to undertake the online training.

Select ‘The Courses’ and on the next page select ‘All Learning’, or ‘Launch Course’ if you have already registered.

Select ‘Active Learning’, then ‘Rally and Cross Country Marshal Accreditation’.

This will take you to the course and assessment page. Just follow the instructions and complete each of the three modules by reading the background information first and then completing the individual assessments in order.

When you have successfully completed the assessments you should receive and email from the MSA about competing the registration process.

The courses are not difficult, in total they take about 45 minutes and if you have difficulty with any module you can simply retake it.

Whilst we encourage you to take the training module, whether or not you decide to, you will still be briefed fully on your duties and we will be extremely grateful for your help.

Please come along and help to make the Accident Advice Solicitors, Loss Insurance Brokers Promenade Stages Rally 2016 a great event.

Also released by the MSA is a ‘first on scenevideo which can be viewed here


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