Call for Volunteers
Our club is run with the help of volunteers from our membership. The only way to help make your club better and to continue to enjoy the fantastic events our club host every year is to volunteer. If you would like to lend a hand and volunteer please contact our Volunteer Coordinator
The VRRA is a non-profit club. The events are put on by the members to keep cost down. Volunteers are needed in areas of the organization where racers can’t perform the duties because they are on the racetrack. Hiring workers to do these tasks would bring the cost of racing way up for every member of the club.
In most cases volunteers are the racers themselves. They volunteer away from the track to organize the events and make sure the club runs well. The racers also volunteer at the track to perform tasks before, during and after the racing is done. Family members and friends are a big part of our key volunteer group BUT you don’t have to know anyone to become a volunteer.
It’s a great way to make friends or see how our events run before racing with us. While some tasks involve a general knowledge of mechanics and racing, others may require no or very limited knowledge. There is something for everyone if you are willing to learn.
Anyone 16 and over can volunteer around the bikes and hot pits if they have basic knowledge and interest in motorcycles. Younger family members can help with souvenir sales, registration and other general duties like getting the results posted. Kids are always under adult supervision while volunteering and they can learn interesting things about responsibility and teamwork.
There are rewards to those who give their time to the VRRA. You will get free entry on the site for each day that you volunteer. You will also get a T-shirt if you put in a full weekend of work and a lunch each workday. If you are there to support a racer, you will be able to work out a schedule with your team leader so that you don’t miss any of your racer’s on-track action. If you are a racer yourself then your schedule will be made around your practice and races.
Help is also required away from the track. Volunteers are needed to contact sponsors, prepare presentations to the members, represent the VRRA at bike shows and many other things. If you can spare come time on or off the track, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator for more information.