As close as you can get to the action...
Volunteer to be an Official - The Lifeblood of our Sport.
A race meeting could hardly proceed without competitors.
However, most people would not give a second thought to the
large group of officials that make race meetings possible
(for State Championship race days an average of 60 marshals
& race officials and for Tuning/ Practice/ RidedaysWA Courses an average of 10 trackside officials are required). Our events simply could not happen if it wasn't for the effort and dedication of these people who volunteer their time and support.
Previous experience in motor sport, although helpful, is not essential with most of the skills and knowledge of officiating gained largely from “on the job” training and on the spot experience. As you gain more experience, the opportunity will arise to further your skills and development as a qualified MA Official. These qualifications are recognised around Australia and the world through MA affiliation with FIM, so not only can you help out at your local racing venues, but volunteer at an International event ie Phillip Island’s World Superbikes and or Motogp.
We have lots of exciting positions available for Volunteers at Race Days, RidedaysWA Courses & Tuning Days, including:
Timing Team members
And apart from the fun and camaraderie we also offer...
Complimentary Lunch & Drinks,
Free raffle (at each race meeting),
A complimentary BBQ & drink of your choice from our Bar following the conclusion of each race meeting.
Marshals / Track Crews are provided with a high viz vest and hat, sunscreen, earplugs etc.
Race Officials are provided with an Official’s shirt/T-shirt and cap, sunscreen, etc.
As close as you can get to the action... without wearing leathers!
Become part of the Team that puts on the show.
The MCRCWA (Motorcycle Racing Club of WA) together with Motorcycling WA provide opportunities and
full training to get you really close to the action.