The Clipsal 500 Adelaide is offering young motorsport enthusiasts the opportunity to be a part of the New Officials Team for the biggest motorsport event on the south Australia calendar – the Clipsal 500 Adelaide.
The 2015 New Officials Team aims to introduce motorsport enthusiasts between the ages of 16 and 25 to the world of motorsport officiating. The successful applicants will be trained in a safe and supportive environment supervised by some of the world’s best motorsport officials. This is a great opportunity to get involved!
This fresh and exciting new program offers 20 successful applicants the opportunity to officiate trackside during V8 Supercars and Support Category Practice sessions, Qualifying sessions and the first race start of the 2015 V8 Supercars Championship.
Successful applications will be supplied the following:
2 guest passes to the 2015 Clipsal 500 Adelaide (spectators areas only). These can be given to your friends or family.
Food every day of the event
An invitation to the exclusive Officials BBQ at the conclusion of the event
It is with great sadness that we learn of the passing of our very own Lui Mori. His cheeky smile, the twinkle in his eyes and his gentle manner will be missed by us all. Lui mentored many of our officials, imparting his knowledge and guiding us forward. Our lives are all the better for knowing him.
When funeral arrangements are known, we will email them out. Chaplain Dave Vaughan is available for a chat if you feel the need to speak to someone. He can be contacted on 0418 803 239 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our thoughts and prayers go out to David Mori and his family.
SAMROA has been approached by Saloon Car Racing SA to select three members willing to travel and work as officials trackside at the 2015 Bathurst Motor Festival at Easter (3-5 April 2015). Saloon Car Racing SA is offering to provide financial assistance ($500 per official) to contribute to the cost of travel and accommodation for the event.
The SAMROA committee is now calling for expressions of interest from members who would like travel to Bathurst and participate in the 2015 Bathurst Motor Festival.
The Selection Criteria for officials is as follows:
Applicants must be available to provide their own travel to and from Bathurst and accommodation during the date of the event from 3rd – 5th April 2015
Be a current financial SAMROA member
Hold a current CAMS Bronze level or above Circuit Official licence
Must have good skills in: communication, leadership, teamwork, a professional attitude and be an ambassador for SAMROA
Expressions of interest are only being sought for trackside officials.
In the interest of transparency, SAMROA members David Mori and Rob Thiry have been enlisted to assist the SAMROA Committee in identifying suitable candidates.
Please submit your expressions of interest, with a short CV ensuring the aforementioned criteria is covered, to
The next interclub social challenge is a bowling night at AMF Woodville Bowl on Thursday 16th October.
Apart from the right to fight it out over the coveted trophy, it is also a great opportunity to get to know each other a little better away from the frantic pace of a Mallala.
The centre will open up 4 lanes for us with 6 people per lane. This will allow us 8 players per club to fight it out over the coveted trophy!! We will devise a fair format for the night to ensure an interesting challenge to the end – more to come.
Meet at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.
AMF Woodville, 819 Port Rd, Woodville
Cost is $25 per player which includes 2 games, shoe hire and finger food. (I will ask the committee to subsidize this). Drinks to be paid separately – Bar will be open.
Following the games, the centre will open up the café area for us to all get together, mingle, share a few drinks/stories and present the trophy!
Please contact me if you are up for the challenge before Thursday (2nd Oct) as I need to let ASC know the names & numbers by end of the week.
0412 823 171
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First Care Medical staff participated in a Fire and Rescue Training day hosted by Women For Wheels (WFW) and the SA Motor Racing Officials Association (SAMROA).
Safety training between relevant racing officials and track safety crews ensures that racing drivers can be confident knowing that their lives are in the hands of some of the best track safety staff and officials in the business!
Thanks to Paul J for filming and compiling this clip!
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Please be advised that the General Committee has accepted the resignation of Paul Hart as President, effective immediately. As per our Constitution, Vice-President Bronwen Williamson will assume the position of President for the remainder of the elected term. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Paul for his contribution to SAMROA in his time as President of the Association.
Many thanks to all who have put their names down for this event, which commences on Anzac Day with practice, then continues over the weekend.
This event is one of the best events for the season, with categories such as Kerrick Sports Sedans,V8 Touring Cars, Porsche GT3’s, Formula Fords, and Super Six Touring Cars making up the programme. We encourage you to come out and enjoy the racing “up close”, and to gain further experience working with the lights based at each flag point.
We have been told that this will be a “lights only” event, which will be a first for most of us.
Numbers for Sunday in particular are a bit light, so we encourage/ask for a few more names to be added to the database.
The cut-off date for putting your name down has been extended until 23rd April, so if you haven’t done so yet, please add your name to the list before then.
Regards to all,
Adam Litchfield (Chief Flag)
Ray McGuiness (Assistant Chief Flag)
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