26-28 October
Phillip Island

With over 600 volunteer Race Officials at the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix each year, every Race Official plays a vital role and without them the event would not function.

Becoming a Race Official at the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix is the best way to get up close to the action. You have a front-row view of all the on-track action while carrying out one of many roles, which include the likes of Flag Marshals, Communications, and Track Marshals.

If you are a new Race Official, you will be teamed up with more experienced Race 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 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix will assist you in developing your career as a volunteer Race Official. And after developing friendships with other Race Officials, you might even find yourself working on other events!

Each volunteer Race Official is provided with two guest passes that allow access to the circuit for all three days of the event, as well as access to the Thank You BBQ held for all Race Officials on Saturday evening.

Free camping for all Race Officials and up to two guests is also available. Camping at the circuit is an excellent way to enjoy the event with fellow Race Officials once the sun goes down.

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