All motorsport events need volunteer marshals to make sure they are run safely and effectively.

Marshalling is a rewarding way of getting more closely involved with motorsport and joining a community of like-minded enthusiasts

Volunteer marshals are the beating heart of Irish motorsport. People proudly stand out in their marshals’ tabards in all-weather conditions to make sure events run according to the safety plan, they are vital to the safe and effective running of events all over the country.

For anyone who is passionate about motorsport but does not necessarily want to get behind the wheel, becoming a marshal is a great way to get close to the action.

The role involves a wide range of essential duties to help events run safely and effectively, from managing spectators to operating a start, flying finish lines or service areas. Being a marshal affords you one of the best seats in the house and the opportunity to see the action up close on events.

Getting Started

The best way to get started as a volunteer marshal is to join our club today or attend our meeting which are listed here.

Training days are provided throughout the year in County Wexford and information about this can be got from emailing us @


As a marshal you will be tasked as part of a team with managing an area in a professional and safe manner, keeping the events strict safety plans in place during the course of the event.

Radio Crew

Become a member of the communications that keep the rally running smoothly.

Time Keeper

Timekeeping is an essential element of this event, with the timekeeper’s role being to record competitors’ times and positions in order to determine the event results.


In order to become a team member of the Joule Donegal International Rally 2022 you must be:

  1. Over 18 years old.
  2. Must be able to make own travel arrangements

Once you have made your decision we advise you to either contact the Chief Marshal to enrol for the event or Register below.

Chief Marshal

Enquiries to James Doran – TEL: 087 9760000