Marshalling services and radio rentals are available by contacting Ian Hudson
Visit Calabogie Marshalls for more information.
New Marshal Courses 2017
Want to become a marshal at Calabogie Motorsport Park? If you are interested in attending a course, please email your name, email address and phone number to email@example.com with the subject “New Marshal”. Don’t forget to read the Marshalling FAQs for New Marshals.
This year’s Calabogie marshal training will be held April 21st at 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Remember, the first rule of marshaling: don’t be late. Register as above. This course qualifies you to attend your trackside training over the course of two days. If you qualify you can then sign up for paid marshaling but not racing events. If you want to marshal for racing events you need to attend the course listed below this one.
For anyone wishing to get more advanced training, there will be a course that leads to a marshaling license on Saturday 22nd. It starts at 10 AM and goes until mid-afternoon. Taking and passing this course and associated fire and trackside training qualifies you to work as a race event (volunteer) marshal and also as a paid marshal for lapping events.
Please make sure you arrive early so that we can start on time. Ask for directions to the classroom at the front gate. Coffee and refreshments will be provided.
WAIT THERE”S MORE
The Motorsport Club of Ottawa has partnered with Calabogie Motorsport Park to host a training day for new officials looking to get involved.
Sick of winter? Why not kick off the start of the summer season with a day at CMP! There is a need for new race officials in eastern Ontario for series like CASC-OR and the CMP GT/Platinum/Formula Libre series.
Date: Saturday April 22.
Time: Classroom sessions start at 10AM.
Track Marshal / Flagger
- Pit Marshal
- False Grid Marshal
- Paddock Marshal
The MCO Marshal group is also hosting the classroom session for the flagging school.
Also included is fire extinguisher training provided by the RH+ rescue team.