NG Road Racing Marshals 2021 Information and Availability Form
Welcome to NG Road Racing's Marshals page. Here you
can find out all about marshalling along with the Registration process along with a downloadable Availability Form at the foot of this page if you cannot register online
Marshals Calendar 2021
Please see our Events page
Welcome to NG Roadracing 2021
Over the last few years our club has grown from
its original roots on Airfield circuits to become second to none in this
country with our range of circuits, venues and entries. This is complimented by
our vastly experienced Marshalling & Technical team. Whether you follow us to most/all venues or
contribute invaluable local knowledge when we visit your favourite circuit, we
are proud to have you as part of our “show” - Without your assistance there
would be no racing!!!
**** We visit Seven of the country’s top venues in
We kick off the 2021 championship season kicks off at the world famous Kent circuit. Competitors will be keen to start their season off well, with by scoring good points on the exciting Indy circuit.
Already vastly popular with racers and spectators, this world famous circuit now has new lease holders, who have made many very welcome improvements to facilities at this venue. As you will notice from our Calendar we are racing on the Friday and Saturday this year. Friday being a Bank Holiday
Since our return here a couple of seasons ago, Snett’ has already become a firm favourite in our calendar.
With its unique features this spectacular circuit has become very popular with the NG faithful.
Is arguably one of the best rider circuits in the country, and set right on the North West coast of Wales, it is certainly the most picturesque! Come and join us for this event at Britain’s own “Philip Island”. Great excuse for a long summer weekend off work!
This is by far the biggest “Club” event in the country. In 2020 the crowds and races were second only to the British Superbike series. In 2021 it is sure to be one of the highlights of our season. In 2021 this is the only two wheel racing event at Combe! Definitely not one to be missed!
This is the biggest “Two Wheel” event at this brilliantly tricky little circuit. This venue always provides great racing, and this year, it will be the event that decides our final championship tables.
As usual, on the Saturday evening we will provide you with a hot meal and a “free drink”
We are now holding Friday test days prior to at all of our rounds apart from Castle Combe.
I would like to thank in advance anyone who is able to assist us on these Test/Track days we will again be providing a breakfast, a cooked lunch or an evening meal, a snack pack and a pint.
In 2021 we continue to offer our racing members
all of their favourite classes.
In addition to all of our NG Championship
classes, we will continue to host the Desmo Due
Ducati, Formula Pro-Stock and Suzuki Bandit Championships.
out for rounds of other Championships cropping up as Guest classes at various of
our events throughout the season, Including confirmed rounds of the -
ACU / FSRA F2 British Sidecar Championship
Lansdown Classic Championship
ACU British 50cc Championship
Once again we are proud to exclusively host the
ACU 250gp and 125gp National Championships. We will also host the 2 Stroke GP Championships
at all of our rounds
We strive to continue to offer our racing
members the best club championship series when it comes to the variety of top
circuits, close racing and club friendly classes.
We need you to be a part of this, helping us to ensure we continue to offer all
of our competitors the safest conditions and the slickest of organisations in
which to compete.
In 2021 - NG Roadracing will to continue to provide
all Marshals and Officials at all of our events with
- A Cooked Breakfast each day
- A Snack Pack each day
- A small monetary
sum towards your expenses each day.
- A “debrief”
drink in the bar on the Saturday evening.(When possible)
- An action packed 20+ championship races a
- Extra subsistence will be offered on Test
I understand that not everyone is available for
every meeting, or in a position to travel to all venues, but no matter how
many, or how few events you are able to volunteer for, you will always be made
most welcome by the NG family.
ACU MARSHAL TRAINING 2021
With the current situation regarding the virus, I have held back on setting a date for this. Further announcements will be made soon
NEW MARSHALS ALWAYS NEEDED
As NG Roadracing
grows the need for more Marshals increases.
Many of us started our Marshalling careers by being introduced by a friend
already marshalling. So I ask you to look around and think if there are any
folk you could introduce to the sport.
They will be sure to thank you for it, once they too discover that marshalling
is what weekends were invented for.
Please complete your Avaialability Form via the new Online Facility or return the paper form to me ASAP
Ensure your details are written clearly, especially your post code & email
address where available
As usual, your passes etc. will then be sent to you a week or so prior to the
date of each event you have volunteered for.
Contact me during the season with any changes to your
availability. I look forward to seeing you track side soon
How Do I Become A Road Race Marshal?
IF YOU'VE EVER BEEN TO A ROAD RACE MEETING OR SEEN ONE
ON TV YOU WILL HAVE SEEN THE MARSHALS, EITHER REMOVING FALLEN BIKES AND RIDERS
OR GIVING FLAG SIGNALS TO THOSE WHO ARE RACING.
WHO ARE THEY? –
All Marshals have one thing in common, their interest in motorcycle
racing, and they all want to be more involved than just a spectator
Apart from this shared interest they can and do come from all walks of life,
all ages over 18, and of course both sexes. (16 and over if accompanied)
HOW MUCH TIME DO THEY GIVE? –
A Marshal is
required to be on duty for the whole of practice and racing. They also attend a
training day every three years.
ADVANTAGES OF BEING A MARSHAL
· Working with like-minded people. Shared interest.
· Close involvement with the action.
· Free admission to meetings.
· Satisfaction of doing a job critical to making racing safer.
Marshals are vital. Race meetings cannot take place without them
HOW DO I BECOME A MARSHAL, AND WHAT WILL BE EXPECTED
OF ME? –
Organisers of race meetings are always happy to
welcome and train new Marshals, most people start Marshalling with
organisations such as ours that are local to where they live, and if they wish,
may go on to also Marshal at top British National and International events. It
is completely up to the individual as to how many meetings a year they attend.
The only commitment required is that they turn up to those meetings for which
they have volunteered.
Where ever you live, if you are interested in finding out
more contact me, (Nino) via email or telephone on
Want to register for marshalling the old way?
Download the 2021 Marshal form