Volunteers needed for Superbike races

Get an up-close experience at AMA and World Superbike races

By Motorcycle.Com Staff, Apr. 29, 2008
Miller Motorsports Park is looking for volunteers to help host a weekend of Superbike races May 29 to June 1.

Up to 300 volunteers are needed for various duties as the Salt Lake City, Utah track hosts both the AMA Superbike Championship and, returning to the US for the first time in four years, the World Superbike Championship.

Volunteers are required to act as flag and track marshals and track responders. They will be responsible for helping to maintain a safe event

Licensed paramedics and emergency medical technicians are also required.

Miller Motorsports Park will provide meals and camping accommodations. Volunteers will also receive free swag, get a chance to mingle with riders and will be invited to the kick-off party in downtown Salt Lake City.

Uniforms will be provided, but volunteers are asked to wear unadorned white working clothes.

Training will be provided in the days prior to the event for those who have no experience working on a track.

Interested racing fans can sign up at http://www.millermotorsportspark.com/3.0/track_employment.php.