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Officials News April 2021

After a very interrupted year in 2020, our Officials have been busy in the first few months of 2021 with a myriad events, including the MGCC organised Sandown State race  series, two Rob Roy events, and several Club Competition days.

A number of new officials have joined our ranks, and are enjoying the comaraderie and team spirit with fellow officials, as well as witnessing plenty of terrific Motorsport and MG action.

On Monday the 26th of April at 7.30pm we are running an Officials training and information night. A mock incident scenario will be played out, radio procedures and etiquette will be covered, plus a session on upgrades to your officials licence if you would like to increase your skill level.
For those considering being an official, we will have a rundown on what is required to obtain your Working With Children check, and Motorsport Australia Officials licence.
The night promises to be informative, entertaining, and beneficial for all Officials and those who would like to find out more about being an official in our club. It will be a night not to be missed !!!

Have a look at The Officials webpage to stay up to date with upcoming events you would like to participate in.    

(Previous) Officials News November 2020

Woo Hoo !!!!!!  we are almost free at long last to resume a semi normal life with the Government restrictions now allowing motorsport events to proceed.
Planning is well underway for the two upcoming events run by our own pro active MG Car club, both will provide the ideal opportunity for Officials and Competitors to get ‘’Back in the saddle’’ and finish off the year on a positive note.

The running of the 29th Rob Roy Historic Hill Climb will be held coincidently on the 29th of November rather than the traditional early November date.
Entries are coming in at a rapid rate, showing the pent up demand of competitors to compete.
The hotly contested air cooled class will provide plenty of speed and smoke, Group N has an array of competitors including cars such as Mini Cooper S, Ford Anglia, Ford Cortina plus a 1967 Volvo 122.
The very quick Elgaram Jaguar driven by the equally quick Conor Ryan will provide plenty of thrills for officials, plus not 1, but 2 Jaguar SS 100’S competing for the Group K class honours.
Graeme Brown (0438 150 552) is the gatherer of Officials for this event, let him know if you would like to be part of the Officials team and action .

Many of you have already registered as an Official for the Shannons Festival of Motorsport scheduled for December 11, 12, and 13.
Available trackside and support positions are filling fast, so if you intend to be part of this event as an Official, jump onto Better Impact and choose your desired task and days as soon as possible.
As with Rob Roy, this Sandown event will be a bonanza of exciting cars and categories. Porsche Carrera Cup with its sophisticated race cars will be spectacular, and at the other end of the scale the Excels will display as much determination and grit as the German thoroughbreds to claim victory in their entertaining races.
Amongst the other categories, the V8 MG’s and the the very closely fought MGB's will be well worth watching in this well subscribed field of MG and Invited British cars.
Formula Free, a mixture of open wheeler style cars such as a Formula 3, Ralt RT4 and the Joe Calleja March 73S are entered plus plenty of others to come, so all in all, a feast for our Motorsport enthusiast Officials.

If you haven’t already, get yourself involved in these events, they will be long remembered and talked about as being highly significant in this difficult year of the Covid Pandemic.


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