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ARAI Supports IOM TT Marshals

Thanks to ARAI for helping us recognise the hard work of our CSMs and DSMs

We’re delighted to have the support of ARAI helmets to help us recognise the amazing work our Chief and Deputy Sector Marshals do not only at the TT, but throughout the year.

These experienced officials carry out many duties, from paperwork to rotas, equipment checking and attending meetings, on top of their usual marshalling duties - their hard work and dedication helps ensure the events run smoothly.

ARAI has kindly donated a special Limited Edition TT helmet to the IOM TT Marshals Association and in turn we decided we would like to donate that helmet to one of these officials by way of a prize draw, with a winner chosen at random.

Drawn by IOM TT Marshals' Association Chairman, Dave Dentith, we’re delighted to announce the winner is Bill Redmayne, Deputy Sector Marshal at Black Dub in Sector 4 (near Glen Helen).

Congratulations Bill!  And a huge thank you to each and every one of our dedicated team of CSMs and DSMs - we look forward to working with you all again soon!

We’re very grateful to ARAI for donating the 2020 Isle of Man TT Limited Edition Arai RX-7V and helping us recognise our hard working DSMs and CSMs. We hope this will be become an annual TT event. This year we were delighted that our Travelling Marshals got involved with this great initiative as well, signing the helmet for Bill at a recent IOM-based event.

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