|Spectator Parking In Stages|
|Written by Clerk of the Course|
We need to make spectators aware of new MSA regulations regarding parking cars on live stages and the impact this could have on the running of stages. The MSA regulations to which we are bound are stringent in what is and is not allowed in terms of cars being parked in stages. Parking in lay-by’s is strictly not permitted, vehicles parked close to the road could jeopardise the running of the stage.
The Tour of Mull attracts a great deal of spectators, something as organisers we actively encourage, it does however bring with it issues such as on stage parking that we are finding difficult to control and need the help of all the people who spectate to help us resolve.
More spectators means more cars and more cars inevitably means more cars parked in stages. Incidents on recent events have given us no option but to follow a more stringent approach on what will be permitted in terms of spectator parking. It is to this end we ask that cars parked in stages are parked in a place of safety.
It is impossible to marshal the entire route and we ask for the co-operation of spectators in helping us to make sure this does not become an issue on this years event. If you see cars being parked in lay-by’s or areas that you consider unsafe then please feel free to politely make your concerns know to the driver.
|Last Updated ( Sunday, 12 October 2008 )|