Want the best seat in the house?
The best way to spectate is to volunteer as an event worker. You can get in on the excitement and see the racing up close by volunteering as an event worker.
Most workers get their own intersection in the woods to watch the cars. There are numerous opportunities to work with a group of your friends. Your group could work together on a stage. Work at spectator areas and get the best parking and watching locations!
Course marshals: See the cars up close and at racing speeds by helping time the cars in and out of checkpoints, guarding access to closed forest roads, and assisting with spectator stages. For the beginning worker, this is a great introduction!
Amateur radio operators: Get in on the race communications by transmitting vital information during the progress of the race to the control operator. Previous race experience is not necessary; just a willingness to help keep competitors and workers up-to-date. Amateur radio license needed.
Control workers: Ensure that the times for completion of each stage are accurate. Championships have been won and lost on one tenth of a second. Mathematical ability is not required, just a steady hand on the watch.
Medical personnel: Although there have been few serious accidents at the events, we plan for emergencies with qualified rescue crews. Doctors, nurses, EMT’s and First Responders are needed for the safety crews. You can work medical and another specialty too.
Course set up/take down: All the forest roads seen in competition need to be carefully inspected the morning of the event. You can actually drive the rally stages as you put up and take down banner tape that warns the general public the event is taking place.
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