BRSCC Midland Centre Chairman and Board Director, Trevor Parry, welcomes Nina Fountain as BRSCC Midland Centre Chief Marshal from the 2023 season, following Alan Tyson’s decision to step down after five years, which included the challenge of two Covid hit seasons.

Over the next three months Alan and Nina will work together to manage the change of responsibilities and Nina’s contact details can be found on the BRSCC Website Midland section.

Nina, who was awarded in 2021 Midland Centre Marshal of the Year, has supported Alan during his tenure and now steps up from her Deputy Chief Marshal role. Nina has many years’ experience as an official undertaking a wide variety of duties, and also as an occasional racer, who is well acquainted with track limits! As an accredited Motorsport UK marshals’ trainer and assessor, these roles will greatly assist Nina in her new BRSCC position.

“I’m really looking forward to the 2023 season which includes a wide range of events from the new Audi TTCR, prestigious two TCR rounds, and three British GT meetings within the Midland region portfolio of events. There are also further exciting plans which will be announced during the coming season.” says Nina.

Commenting on Nina’s appointment, Trevor Parry said “Nina brings great deal of experience and will be an asset as Chief Marshal. Her new role also includes joining the BRSCC Midland Centre Committee who look forward to supporting and working with Nina. I would also like to thank Alan Tyson for his contribution and hard work and am pleased he will continue officiating.”

More news on the BRSCC’s 2023 volunteering process will be announced soon.


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