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REGISTERING is the process of providing your details so you can be added to our files. This only has to be done once, not each year.
SIGNING-ON is the process of selecting which days you are available for Marshalling and where you would like to go. This must be completed for EACH event i.e. once for the TT and separately for the MGP.
Some people share email addresses amongst other family members. This means we cannot accurately identify who you are from your email address
To avoid mistakes and ensure people only mark the days they will be available, we have deliberately asked for each day to be entered explicitly
The personal details entered and sent to the office for checking and input onto our system. This is to ensure the data is valid and that someone hasn't already registered and forgotten about it!
Use the 'I have forgotten my details' link near the top of the page. Answer some questions so we can identify you and your details will be emailed to the address we have on record for you.
Not at the moment. Sorry. Contact the office.
Yes. From 2015 this is available once you have signed-in.
Simpy login to the system using your warrant number and password and select the 'Signon' button. If you have already told us where and when you will be Marshalling, these will be displayed on-screen.
Not any more! From 2014, online signing-on has introduced a method of collecting your signature electronically.This has been agreed with the ACUE and their Insurers as sufficient for these purposes.
A 'pack' contains the latest copy of the booklet 'Marshalling the TT Course' along with any other important information. It also includes the wallet and lanyard to hold your warrant as well as any gift.
The details are sent to the TTMA office for checking. Once that is completed, you will receive an email containing your warrant number and a link to create a password which you can then use to login to the system.
The details will be used by the Chief Sector Marshal to update the rota. All you have to do it turn up to collect your warrant and 'pack' and go to where you said you would Marshal on the day. They will be expecting you!
If it is before the event starts, just let the office know using the usual email address or phone number. If you can't attend on the day of a race, please contact your CSM using the number on your warrant card.
Warrants are usually printed and distributed the week prior to practice. You may collect them from the TTMA office or one of the pack-nights held during that week.
You need to wear suitable clothing as it could be sunny, windy, wet or even snowing! You can collect a reflective tabard when you collect your Warrant and 'pack'