Motorsport: Get Involved
If you love your motorsport, but don’t want to get behind the wheel, you can help officiate with organisational or on-track tasks. The camaraderie is brilliant, the thrill enormous and you’ll never get closer to the action. You will be provided with all the training you’ll need.
Within the motorsport area, volunteers can work several positions including flag marshalling, grid marshal, pit lane marshal, clerk of course, time keeper, fire and rescue and many more exciting positions! As a volunteer, you receive free admission to the event and often get the best seat in the house, usually where the general public doesn’t have access to! You will get to work in a safe and enjoyable atmosphere along with many others who enjoy the same passion as you do!
Our volunteers receive the training required before taking on their responsibilities. No additional training or prerequisites are required.
While volunteering you will learn crucial skills and specialized training that will help you in future endeavors. In addition to that, the motorsport world is ever advancing and opportunities are constantly arising, creating many opportunities for one’s future.
Sections and Committee Members
Within the club, sub sections organise social events like runs, meetings and gatherings. You will have the opportunity to join these sections and be part of the teams bringing these great events to the members.
Get amongst one of the biggest motoring library’s in the Southern Hemisphere undertaking research, cataloguing donated books, magazines & memorabilia and administering the Clubs collection on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Contact the Club Office for more details.
Collingrove Working Bee
The Club's Hillclimb property near Angaston has a great team that help maintain the property and get it ready for Hillclimb events – all handyman skills are of great assistance and lunch is provided. Contact the Events Office for more details.
Each Tuesday morning has a handy team undertake general maintenance of the Clubrooms in Unley. From gardening to painting to venue preparation there is plenty to do. Morning tea is provided and vigorous discussion encouraged. Contact the Club Office for more details.