MotoAmerica needs some good men and women to help support its racing efforts this, and you can do your part by volunteering for various roles at MotoAmerica Championship series events. The list of duties ranges from track marshals, to registration staff, and even marketing volunteers.
“Those who volunteer their time to MotoAmerica races add to the safe and efficient running of our events,” said MotoAmerica Race Operations Manager Niccole Cox.
“Like MotoGP and World Superbike, we use volunteers to help our staff, and our volunteers are a great group of people who are passionate about motorcycle racing in the US.”
“The riders also enjoy being able to meet the people who donate their time to our events, and it’s led to some great conversations that most fans never get the chance to participate in,” she added.
“Our volunteers get closer to the racing action than any other fans, and learn what it takes to put on such a large event. The program continues to grow each year, and we are thrilled at the progress and the impact it has made on our organization.”
MotoAmerica needs volunteers at all 10 of its scheduled races this year, and the full list of volunteer positions is as follows:
- Track marshal: provides support with motorcycle recovery in the event of a crash or mechanical failure.
- Tire marshal: assists tire-control coordinator in paddock, hot pit, and grid to ensure competitors follow tire-allocation regulations.
- Technical control: supports technical director to certify racing motorcycles conform to rulebook.
- Registration staff: helps registration manager verify competitors, crew, media, and VIPs have appropriate credentials and parking passes.
- Grid marshal: assists chief steward help riders follow practice and qualifying procedures and make sure their motorcycles are positioned correctly on the grid for race starts.
- Marketing: Marketing volunteers assist with kids zone, deployment of signage, podium presentations and other various event marketing tasks.
- Grid marshal: Hospitality Volunteers assist in the MotoAmerica hospitality, ensuring the area is clean and stocked, and providing a welcoming environment for staff and VIP guests.
If you would like to volunteer for a position, or if you want more information, please click here.
Source: MotoAmerica; Photo: Brian J. Nelson