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Marshals & Media

Marshals Required

Without Marshals we would be unable to run any motorsport events. The people that turn up to marshal are therefore central to the success of any event that we run. Marshals range from competitors who wish to put something back into the sport, to those that just enjoy motorsport but do not wish to take part as competitors.  If you want to go on to become a competitor, marshalling will give you a good understanding of how events are run, and how important marshals are to the running of events.

No experience is necessary, as we will make sure to pair you up with an experienced marshal, advise and guide you.  It is a great way to make a start in motorsport and meet up with likeminded people.

This year's Hughes Rally will include a number of Special Tests of various surfaces around the 120 miles of Road Regularities.  What better way to view the many Historic Cars as they negotiate their way through the rally.


If you cannot enter the Hughes Rally but would still like to be a part of the action, we would be very glad of your help in manning one or two time controls or special tests on the Hughes Rally.  If you can help, please complete the form below which will be sent to the Chief Marshal:


Phil Smith



Liege Clocks

Marshals will be using 'Liege' clocks (CD200 Rally Timing System) again this year, so any marshals with previous experience of using these clocks will be very welcome.  If you haven't used them before, the following instructions and demos should help.

On Regularity Sections

Regularity Start Clock Instructions

Intermediate Time Control Clock Instructions

On Special Tests

Special Test Start Clock Instructions

Special Test Finish Clock Instructions

Special Test Start to Finish Timing

Changing the clock P No.
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