Become a Volunteer or Official
Historic motor sport appeals to a wide cross section of the community for a variety of reasons. For those that cannot or do not want to become a competitor, becoming an official offers a low cost, alternative way to get involved and in some cases up close to the action.
Officials take on the crucial role of enforcing the many rules and regulations that ensure the safety of competitors, spectators and the officials themselves.
Officials are vital to the ongoing success of VSCC events and with the support of experienced club members, training and working as an official with the VSCC is made easy and enjoyable.
Roles and positions are varied and in conjunction with the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) the VSCC can assist you in gaining the necessary skills and qualifications in your chosen area.
For information on becoming a volunteer contact Ross Oxwell on firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Alternatively if you are interested assisting in the running of motorsport events by being a Flag Marshal then check out the West Australian supporting body|
|Website - Wanneroo Flag Marshal Association
Flag Marshaling duties for major circuit racing events in
|Email - mailto:email@example.com|