Don't just watch it, support the TT by being part of it!
Can I Marshal at the TT?
The Isle of Man TT could not go ahead without the dedicated and hard-working team of marshals who volunteer to help make sure the racing can be run.
You do not need any formal training to sign on as a marshal; previous experience may help though.
Inexperienced marshals are never left alone and there is a minimum ‘Introduction to Marshalling’ DVD which must be viewed prior to your first deployment.
You do not have to marshal at all practice and race sessions - you can attend as many or as few as you wish although committing to several sessions in your first year will be appreciated and help you to gain experience.
You must be reasonably fit, you must avoid alcohol before and during marshalling duties and you must not use your camera.
You can sign on as a marshal from the age of 16, although you will need signed parent/guardian consent if you are between 16 and 18-years-old.
You can choose where on the course you marshal although, once experienced, it is helpful if marshals are flexible.
Signing on as a marshal gives you the powers and privileges of a Police Constable, but only for the road closure period. You are issued with a lanyard, in which you need to insert your official warrant card, and a high visibility tabard which must be worn over your coat and at all times whilst you are on duty.
Isle of Man TT Marshals Association: Telephone +44 (0)1624 618191 (09:00 to 17:00 GMT, Mon to Fri)