This page contains a description of the various volunteer duties. If you would like to sign up for a volunteer duty, please see the volunteer board at the bunker (under the gate) when you arrive for the races. You may also shadow one of our experienced volunteers to learn the ropes for the future.
Depending on the size of the event, this could require 2 people. One to enter the racers in motomaker, one to collect fees and process new or temporary members. You would be required to understand the motomaker program
This could require 1-3 people depending on the size of the event. The stagers are responsible for organizing the riders so they are ready to get on the gate in an orderly fashion when their moto is called. They need to call out the riders name and gate.
The person operating the gate needs to be an adult and shown the safety features of the gate. They also need to check with track officials before sending the subsequent motos on the track.
The announcer has to be comfortable speaking to a large crowd and has to be good with names and numbers.
Depending on the size of the event, this could require up to 3 persons. The finish judges have to be able to track the riders accurately as they cross the finish line. They should have a good ability of remembering the order of plates as they cross.
Depending on the size of the
event, this could require 3-4 persons. The corner marshals have to watch each moto in the corners and the straights. They will be the person the head official comes to if there is a dispute. The corner marshals are watching for the balance of aggressive moves and malicious intent.
Only one person is required for first-aid. A First-Aid kit is available at the track, but the person who volunteers for first-aid should have first-aid training.
This could require between 1-3 persons.
We will only run 50/50 draws at our larger events, but we will require 2 persons to help with 50/50 sales.
Set-up goes faster with more hands....Those helping with set up will need to set the gate, set up cones, clear the track of any debris/rocks, water if necessary, set up fencing, set up speakers. Those helping with set up should be at the track at the start of registration.
If you can't get the race for the start of registration, you may be able to stay behind for take down. Take down goes faster with more hands as well. You would do the opposite to set up. Put cones away, take down fencing, put speakers away, put hoses away, put the gate away, remove garbage, etc...