If you are planning on competing in ASBK for 2015 and would like team up with
other competitors who would like to share costs contact;
Claude email@example.com or phone him on 0432 885 036
Have you thought about a Gift Voucher for that special someone?
Available for RidedaysWA Courses, Club Membership and Tuning Days
Welcome to the Motor Cycle Racing Club of WA
The MCRC office will be closed from Friday 19th December 12 noon until Tuesday 6th January 2015
Seasons Greetings to all members, their families, sponsors, officials and supporters.
Have a happy and safe Christmas and see you all in the New Year.
2015 Membership forms, Officials Registration and calendar are now available top menu.
All correspondance received either by email, phone or post will be attended to
when the office reopens on January 6th 2015
2015 Office Bearers
The Motorcycle Racing Club of WA AGM was held on Wednesday the 3th December 2014 and resulted in these Club Members being elected to the following positions:
President Paul Castling
Vice Presidents Peter Senior, Colin Cameron
Patron Peter Senior
Treasurer Exofficio all committees Michele Hammond
Auditor Byron Factor
Administration Secretary Denise Stronach
Administration Support Anita Fellowes, Michele Hammond
Elected Executive Tim Simmons (Chairman of Comps CommitteeTo be elected from Executive)
Frank Gibbins, Ben Stronach
Bar Manager Exofficio Exec Peter Girling
Club Captain Exofficio Comps Com. Paul Fildes
Education Officer Exofficio Comps Frank Gibbins
Adam Senior 1 year
Glenn Lowe 1 year
Jessica Derrin 1 year
Karen Dore 2 year
Dave Doughty 2 year
Tim Boujos 2 Year
Standby Members; Thyron Van Vuuren, Cameron Stronach, Leigh Boujos
Chief Flag Marshal TBA
Delegate to Motorcycling WA
Emergency Paul Hinds
John Innes, Raj Sarin
Trevor Adams, Naomi Cameron
Trustees John Van Bockxmeer , Trevor Adams, Peter Senior, Peter Smith
Note: the positions of: Chief Flag Marshal, Machine Examiners, Chief Scrutineer and Starter will be elected at the commencement of the racing season.
Flag Marshal of the Year Darryl McCallum
Becoming a motorcycle road racing official/Flaggie is the best way of getting close to the action without being in the driver’s seat. Volunteer officials are a vital part of motorcycle racing and without them the sport could not function. Officials ensure that events are conducted safely, fairly and that the rules and regulations are upheld. A large number of officials with various skills are required to perform a wide range of tasks at race meeting throughout the race season. Who can become an Motorcycle Racing Club race day official? Anyone with an interest in the sport. Some age restrictions may apply, and there are different responsibilities for different levels of officials, but numerous opportunities are available to match your interests whilst learning new skills and meeting people.
FREE entry, on the spot training, high viz vest, hat/sunscreen/gloves, lunch and refreshments, end of day vouchers and raffle prizes plus the camaraderie of like minded people.
Darryl McCallum, 2014 Flag Marshall of the Year, had this to say ....
New Club Merchandise for 2015
Have you seen our latest Club Merchandise?
New men's polo shirts in great colours
Ladies vest and jackets in various colours
Ask about having your race number embroided on your purchase!!
Limited numbers so get in quick!!
Check out the range here!
Volunteer Officials - Accreditation Courses
Motorcycling, like most sports, relies heavily on the input of volunteers to ensure that race meetings and events continue to run efficiently.
One of the best ways to get up close to the action is to get involved as a volunteer official.
Motorcycling WA hold regular Accreditation courses for any interested volunteer officials.
Level 1 is a 3 hour course held mostly weeknights but also some weekends.
All info can be found at www.motorcyclingwa.org.au register on line