Become a Calabogoe Marshal – corner workers are needed all summer
New Marshal Courses
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 race marshal training will be held on May 10th at 7 pm in the Solar building classroom. This training is for paid marshalling at Calabogie Motorsports Park only. Folloing the classroom training session (about 2.5 hrs.) you will be invited to go trackside for hands-on training during the weekend events to complete the course. It’s not required that you do your trackside training on the 11-12th events but it is highly recommended and will result in being able to sign up for any future paid events. If you want to complete your trackside training later you may but be aware there are limited days we can train new marshals.
Anyone wanting to take the race marshal (volunteer) marshalling course for race events only should come out for the course on May 4th at 10 am in the Club Lounge. The course will be given by Lindsay Tredeau and will be 5-6 hours in length.
Please follow the link below for more details about marshalling.
Marshalling services and radio rentals are available by contacting Ian Hudson
Visit Calabogie Marshalls for more information.
WAIT THERE”S MORE – Become a Race Official
All sports have competitors. All sports also have officials who ensure that rules are followed and enforced in a fair and consistent manner. Officials are also involved with the actual running of the events and that is very much the case in motorsport – let’s look at racing.
The CMP Challenge needs 5 Race Officials for every event to cover the necessary responsibilities of – Starter, Pit Lane, Paddock, Operating Steward, and False Grid. There is also an Event Chief Steward and Pace Car Driver at every event.
Here is your opportunity to get involved – no experience required! We provide full training in every area and everyone gets a chance to rotate through and work in each area through-out the season. Its fun! There is a modest gas allowance and you get the experience to allow you to qualify as a Licensed Race Official. Our Race Officials work throughout North America in many different capacities and right here is the place where it all starts!
Interested in knowing more about it? Then drop an email to <firstname.lastname@example.org> and I’ll tell you all you need to know to get things started!!