The following six members have nominated to join the next Management Committee, to which there are only four positions available.
To vote, either head into the clubrooms or use our online portal now.
Alternatively, please contact the office to obtain “Postal Voting” forms.
Voting closes on the 6th of September/Annual General Meeting night. Results will be announced at the meeting.
All Sporting Car Club SA members are permitted to vote - excluding Associate and Junior members.
Please ensure that there is a number in every box for your vote to be valid.
1. Ann Ozgo
I have been associated with the Club since childhood and have been a member for what seems a very long time. I grew up with the Veteran and Vintage Sections, then Historic Racing. Across that time I have volunteered in all sorts of capacities from writing the times on the old black board at Collingrove, assisting with the VMax Small Car Sunday events and commentating for over 30 years. I have previously served the HRR as Chairperson, Secretary and Committee member for many years. This has been my second stint on the Management Committee. I own both a Veteran and Vintage car, and would love to have the Veteran attend our 90th Anniversary events. Why stand again? I think my long history in the Club has given me an understanding of why things happen the way they do, but I'm open to exploring different opportunities for the Club to move forward. I think that we need to consider the role of Electric vehicles as an adjunct to what we do now. We have an interesting history that has certainly had times of difficulty but I firmly believe that by listening to the many and varied points of view of members we can continue to find a way to be increasingly inclusive, continue to attract members and volunteers and hopefully relevant into the future.
2. Darren Jenkins
I joined the SCC in January 2008 after purchasing a HQ race car. I have served on the HQRR committee since 2012. This includes serving as the HQRR Chairman 2018, 2019, 2022, 2023 and HQRR secretary 2020, 2021. With over 300 race starts at tracks all over Australia HQ racing has been my passion. This same passion drove me to head the organising committee for our successful 2019 HQ Nationals held at The Bend.
I have been a member of the SCC management committee for the past two years and feel I have earnt the respect of the other committee/ club members. Being the youngest member of Mancom I think I have something to offer with decisions and future directions of the SCC.
3. Angus Mitchell
My family has a deep connection to the SCCSA, with my grandfather Murray racing his 1925 Amilcar GrandSport at one of the first historic meetings at Mallala and Collingrove in the late 50’s. We still regularly use this car on events and as the current custodian I use it with my children Ruby (9) and Ted (7), now 4th generation Club members. I hope they have an interest in cars as it has never been more important to encourage the next generation of enthusiasts and members.
I grew up attending many SCCSA events, from picnics on ovals, to race meetings at Mallala and hillclimbs at Collingrove. I use my cars regularly and aside from the Amilcars, I have a Jaguar MK2-3.8 which I love and one of the first ASP clubman’s built, which I recently restored from the ground up, making new wheels from scratch in my CNC mill.
I worked as a Mercedes Benz technician (BEA Motors), before studying business management at university. I decided later to open my own business specialising in all types of servicing and repairs for European and classic cars.
The SCCSA is a broad church of enthusiasts of all walks of life with a rich history stemmed from motorsport, touring, restoration and rare motor vehicles. The Club owns the only permanent hillclimb facility in SA, Collingrove Hillclimb. It is important the upcoming upgrade is overseen by someone with experience competing at the venue. I started racing there at age 12. I am now 40!
4. John Bryant
I have been a member for almost 30 years.
I have served on both the Executive Committee and ManCom including a term as Secretary.
Past Chairman and Secretary of the HRR.
Current member of Motorsport Australia Historic Motorsport Commission.
I believe I have the experience and expertise to add value to ManCom.
I look forward to serving the members of our great club.
5. Keith Williamson
As I will have completed my terms as your Club President, I have accepted nomination for the Management Committee, not only because I am a believer in the “Immediate Past President” philosophy, but also because the reasons I originally stood are still valid. They are, that I have a desire to be approachable by all Sections and Members in order to actively promote their interests to the Management Committee.
Whereas I was originally involved specifically in the Competition Section, over the last 8 years I have been active in all Sections and Groups, attending most meetings and many events and runs. I believe that this gives me a detailed insight into these aspects of the Club and the Member’s wishes.
I am still as passionate and committed to the Sporting Car Club as I have been for the last 38 years, having joined in 1985, and still wish to be a dedicated member of the Management Committee and continue to represent your interests.
6. Phil Cartledge
I am seeking appointment to the Management Committee following the decision of the current Treasurer, Guy Chick, to retire from that position. I have attended numerous sessions with Guy over the past 10 weeks in gaining knowledge and overview of the responsibilities and processes involved.
From my birthplace in the United Kingdom and a mechanic apprenticeship with British Leyland, I have enjoyed a very broad range of working life experiences that have given me the skillset to pursue the Treasurer role.
My hands-on experience in commercial, financial and operational fields developed whilst employed by Taltarni Vineyards in Moonambel Victoria. From an administrative role in setting up accounting systems, data entry, ledger coding and stock control I was promoted to Production Manager with responsibility for warehousing, purchasing, stock control, budgetary establishment and controls, staff management and customer liaison.
Commenced accounting studies during this time progressing from Cert. 4 to Diploma and following completion of a major part of studies, suspended that pursuit whilst work demands dictated. The Treasurer role has reignited my passion to resume my accounting studies.
Moved to SA in 2016 for family reasons leading me to work with Vinpac in despatch.
In regards motor passion I competed for several years in oval circuit racing and motorcycle road racing. I am also a very long-term competitor in cycle road racing.
I am very impressed with the Club’s activities and direction in supporting motoring activities and would provide energy and commitment to that direction.