VOLUNTEER APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2020 SUPERLOOP ADELAIDE 500 ARE NOW OPEN
For more information regarding Event Volunteer and Officials positions, please see below.
Please contact reception@superloopADL500.com.au with any questions.
Event Volunteer Positions:
- Event Volunteers must commit to 4 morning or 4 afternoon shifts over the event.
- Event Volunteer roles involve standing and/or walking for much of the shift.
As the first point of contact for patrons entering the event or facilities within the event, Greeters are the friendly face to provide information and answer patron enquiries. Greeters are required in our information booth, at the entrance to the 500 Club and numerous other locations around the event.
Activations Attendants will be located within the Family Zone, encouraging families to get involved and resetting games/equipment when necessary. This role requires a current working with children clearance.
Race Official Positions:
- All Official positions require applicants to hold a current CAMS licence.
- Officials must have worked as an Official on a regular basis at other motor sport events (3+ events in the past year. i.e. state and club level events at Mallala or similar).
- Officials must be available for all four days of the event (Scrutineers & Paddock Marshals will also be required on the Wednesday).
- Preference will be given to Officials with current circuit racing experience that are available for all 4 days of the event.
- If you will be under the age of 18 at the time of the event, please contact us before applying. Officials under the age of 18 at the time of the event will be required to complete a CAMS Officials Under 18 Sign On Disclaimer and Consent Form. Please submit this form to email@example.com
Covers the Secretary of the Meeting, Assistant Secretaries, and others specifically involved in the administration of the racing and the race organisation.
Includes Stewards and other Officials appointed by CAMS.
Drivers and Observers in the official course vehicles.
The team that distributes the trackside equipment to the sectors each morning and collects it each night. In between these jobs, they may be called upon to relocate equipment as required.
Fire & Rescue
Trained fire & rescue marshals stationed in vehicles, or on foot around the track and in pit lane.
Comprises doctors, nurses and paramedics available to provide medical Intervention at any time and any place around the circuit. They are based in the intervention vehicles, on foot in some areas, and at the medical centre.
The team controlling the feature race paddocks and the marshalling areas where the race cars form up before going on to the track.
Pit Lane and Grid
This team’s duties include controlling vehicles and people in pit lane, monitoring pit lane speed and directing drivers to their correct positions on the starting grid before each event.
Race Management/Race Control
Includes Clerk of the Course, Deputy and Assistant Clerks of the Course, and various other personnel that generally work in or from race control.
Made up of scrutineers whose duty is to inspect cars for safety and eligibility and to examine any cars involved in accidents. Scrutineers work from the paddock(s), the Supercar area and pit lane.
The team of officials who conduct the officials sign-on each morning, distribute lunches and provide refreshments for officials at the end of the day.
Record the time of every lap of every car during all practice and qualifying sessions and races, and to produce the printed official results of all events.
The team of Senior Trackside Officials, one being appointed to be in charge of each designated portion of track (sector).
Comprises of the chiefs of each officials teams and specialists in a particular area.
Tow and Recovery
The tow truck teams and their assistants, whose job is to recover the cars that have stopped on the circuit and return them to the paddock, pit lane, or to the scrutineers as appropriate. This group also includes the tractor operators, who extract cars from the gravel runoff areas.
This includes Flag Marshals who display flag signals to the drivers, Trackside Communicators who communicate messages to and from Race Control and Track Marshals the Officials that assist with various tasks around the circuit.