If you're not competing and want to get a closer view of the action then why not marshal. Marshals and timekeepers are required to help with the running of the event
Guide to Marshalling
Marshalling is the term given to the job done by people on the ground who operate rally controls such as starts and finishes as well as controlling spectators on stages to ensure the stage is safe to run. Marshals are often responsible for a particular section of stage and often work under the supervision of a sector official. It is the Marshal's job to look out for the safety of the spectators and to maintain the stage furniture at all times for the safety of the competitors.
Warm clothing is essential, a good waterproof jacket, waterproof trousers plus appropriate footwear (metal toe capped type is recommended) with thermal socks (in winter). Gloves are also advisable for both warmth and protection.
A Ski hat or similar headwear to provide warmth.
A whistle, to be blown when cars are approaching.
A flask with something warm inside to keep you going.
Energy food, anything with glucose or as from personal experience Flapjacks.
If you can help time keep then please contact Timekeepers Liaison Officer on 411256 (no calls after 9pm)
If you can help marshal then please contact Chief Marshal on 209962 (no calls after 9pm)
Signing on meetings for the above will be: