Track Marshall // Alone at night

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I noticed this guy (I must apologise for not getting his name) sat at the far end of the pitlane during Rd5 of the sprint challenge. He had been sat up there all night in the sweltering heat with his full marshall get-up on waving the cars through one by one…So being the nice guy I am, I wondered up to take a shot of him to give a bit of air time to the people that actually keep events like the Sprints ticking…

Shamefully these guys never really get any credit even though they are petrolheads like ourselves and put a lot of their time into ensuring the racers can head out there and race.


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  1. +1 on that.

    Marshalls need a little more respect methinks…like name tags for a start, so we can remember who they are for next time we see them!