This is what the bigscalers in germany do when it comes to marshalling
Every driver has his buddy or pitman to put the car back on the track, they stand all at the pitlane and when a driver goes off track his 'own' pitman runs off to put the car on the track.
There are no marshalls spread around the track 'guarding' there piece of tarmac.
disadvantage: In a heat with bad drivers, a lot off pitmen are running on the track, It takes longer to get put back upright.
Advantage: no 'innocent' marshalls being yelled at, people will drive better (more carefull to not crash) because it takes longer to get back on track, The pitmen know the dangers and so they are more carefull when they are running around on the track.
At clubraces we run all classes at the same day 1/10th electric (pancar and touring) 1/10th gas, 1/8th, bigscale (1/5th touring and 1/6th trucks) In the netherlands we always have marshalls around the track, but i came tell you this: Marshalling bigscale sure gets scary sometimes. Ever see a bigscale flying OVER a 4 feet high fence??? Almost hit a 6 feet tall guy at the head!!! missing him at about 1 INCH!!
In my opinion letting a 14 y/o rookie doing marshalling during a biscale heat is way to dangerous, same counts for 1/8th.
My 2 cents
did'nt really post some good tips about marshalling, but you get the picture BE EXTREMELY CAREFULL !!!!!!!!
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