Registrations for Race Officials at the 2015 Pramac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix are now open.
Register your interest to become a volunteer Motorsport Official if you have a love for motorcycle racing and want to be close to the action without actually being in the rider’s seat.
You will have a front row view of all of the on-track action, while carrying out one of many Race Officials roles which range from the likes of Flag Marshals, Communications and Track Marshals.
All of these roles are vital to ensure that the on-track racing is conducted safely. All motorsport events require a number of Officials with varying skills to perform a wide range of tasks.
If you are a New Official you will be teamed up with more experienced Officials who offer support and guidance to you in conducting your very important role. The training and experience you will gain from volunteering at the 2015 Pramac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix will assist you in developing your career as a volunteer Motorsport Official. You might even find that after developing friendships with other Race Officials that you will find yourself working on other events including grass roots level events.
Each volunteer Official will be provided with two guest passes that will allow access to the circuit for two friends for all three days of the event, as well as access for one friend to the Officials Thank You BBQ held for all marshals on Saturday evening. Free camping for all Officials and up to two guests is also available. Camping at the circuit is an excellent way to enjoy the event with fellow Officials once the sun goes down.
To apply to become a Race Official for the 2015 Pramac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix, please complete the Officials Application and Indemnity Form which can be downloaded here .
All completed application forms should be sent to:
Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix
Race Organising Commitee
RMB 500GP, COWES, VIC 3922
Or by FAX on (03) 5958 3160
For more information on becoming a Race Official, refer to the Motorcycling Australia website