Oz Scale Racers wishes to encourage the hobby to be developed as a family oriented adventure which is open to all to enjoy. Please see marshalling rules below.
- Drivers are required to Marshal when they are not racing.
- In some cases a Drivers Briefing will be held before a championship event to cover expected standards of marshalling if needed.
- Drivers should shout at marshals at any time as apart from being out of line it will only delay you getting back into the race.
- In the event of a multiple crash, the offending car which caused the incident Must always be put back on the track last!
- Marshals and drivers may interact / talk to each other during social events, however during a Championship ideally both Drivers and Marshals
should remain focussed, as failing to do so may lead to slow marshalling and crashes.
- Slow Marshalling can cost drivers laps, time and even the race. So when you are marshalling, please use both hands
to quickly and carefully put de-slotted cars back into the relevant slot.
- Always look at the track and check to make sure that No traffic is coming at high speed which you might knock off by placing
cars back onto the track.
- Lane colour tape / stickers should be placed on the 'Font windscreen' or 'Rear' of the Slot Car.
* Marshalling is not popular with all racers, however it is very important, as you cannot race without marshals.