#MarshalWithMates Become a WSBK Volunteer Official!
November 28, 2017

Motorcycling Australia (MA) would like to encourage prospective officials to apply for volunteer positions at the 2018 World Superbike Championship (WSBK) Australian Round at Phillip Island from 23-25 February. Have a chat with your mates to become an official today and share the hashtag #MarshalWithMates!

#MarshalWithMates is all about bringing along a friend to join in and participate as a volunteer official. Should you know anyone that would have an interest in being a WSBK Official, spreading the word can make all the difference.   


The opportunity to officiate in one of the motorsport world’s best events is certainly a chance not to be missed for passionate road racing fans. Officials can enjoy the unique experience of being an integral part of an international race meeting featuring some of the biggest stars in motorcycle racing.
 
Do you want to begin your career as a motorsport volunteer official? Then come and join the team of volunteer officials. Whether you have motorsport experience or not, new officials are always welcome to apply. New officials are trained and supported by other experienced officials within their assigned team and will develop friendships that will last a life time!
 
If you are a motorsport enthusiast and would like to join in on the action, or know of a suitable candidate, then why not register to become a volunteer official, please head to http://worldsbk.com.au/volunteer-officials and register.

 
To keep up to date with all the information head to www.ma.org.au, like Motorcycling Australia on Facebook or follow @motorcyclingaustralia on Instagram.

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