Timekeeping is an essential element of most motorsport events
Timekeeping is an essential element of most motorsport events, with the timekeeper’s role being to record competitors’ times and positions in order to determine the event results.
The tools used range from simple hand-held stopwatches to complex electronic timing systems that can accurately measure to the nearest thousandth of a second.
Timekeepers can begin training from the age of 16 and are eligible to qualify as fully licensed Timekeepers once they turn 18.
All training for Timekeepers is conducted via modular training programmes; they begin as Trainee Timekeepers and subsequently undertake further modules to progress through the different grades and/or disciplines.
Training is carried out under the guidance of senior Timekeepers, who act as mentors throughout the training period.
Complete the application form in the Motorsport UK Resource Centre and return it to the Membership Services Team at Motorsport UK, along with a copy of your motorsport CV and a letter of support from a Registered Club that organises the type of events you wish to officiate in. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org