Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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Rally Volunteers

As with any motor sport event, a Rally cannot happen without the help of a small army of volunteer marshals.

On Friday, marshals are needed to help get all the competing cars through scrutineering and documentation at the TT Grandstand, Douglas.

On Friday and Saturday, marshals and timekeepers are needed at the service area and regroup controls at the TT Grandstand, Douglas. Competitors are on the special stages around the island. Marshals and Timekeepers are needed for all stages, if you can assist with any of the above please see details on the Manx Rally website.

The organisers of the Rally try to make the day as rewarding as possible for all marshals, timekeepers and officials. Lunch packs courtesy will be provided for volunteers.

Marshals
Many marshals have gone through extensive training in all aspects of immediate first aid, driver extraction and helmet removal, but if you have never marshalled before don't worry! You will always be put with someone with experience. Marshals look after not only competitor safety but also protect the wellbeing of spectators and property around the course. So if you want to get to the heart of motorsport then become a marshal, and be part of the action!
Manx Motor Sport Marshals Association (MMSMA)

Hogg Motorsports
Hogg Rescue and Hogg Ambulance consists of 15 licensed volunteers, who specialise in motorsport medical services. They attend the main motorcycle racing events as well as car racing events such as the rallys. The team is completely unpaid volunteers and relies on donations from individuals, large organisations and charities to fund and run its equipment.
Motorsport Medical Services

St John Ambulance
A trained volunteer organisation, which covers many racing and non racing events with people as well as ambulances.
St John Ambulance (Isle of Man Branch)


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