The Southern 100 Marshals Association is pleased to confirm the continuation of our strong bonds of friendship and sharing with South Australian Flag Marshals Association, for a further three years.
Over the past three years close relationships have been established between the volunteer officials of both Associations and the aims are to foster esprit de corps among marshal, share and exchange ideas to maintain the standard of marshalling and to assist each other’s members to fulfil ambitions to marshal in each other’s country. Whilst this assistance is free from any financial implication it provides assistance in finding suitable accommodation and looking after marshals whilst on duty at each other’s events.
The main events covered by the South Australian Flag Marshals
are of course on the famous Phillip Island Circuit
and these involve MotoGP, WSB
and Island Classics. Southern 100 Marshals Association
are pleased to have assisted more than thirty South Australian
marshals over this last TT
period with many of them volunteering their holiday time to marshal on the Colas Billown Course
and the Mountain Course.
Prior to the recent Post TT
racing, the S100 Marshals Association
hosted a dinner for the attending South Australian Flag Marshals
during which the latest Memorandum of Understanding
was signed by South Australian Flag Marshals Chairman, Michael Morris
and Southern 100 Marshals Association Chairman and Chief Marshal, Peter Chadwick. South Australian Flag Marshals President and Chief Marshal, Tony Fountain
spoke to the guests about how well this understanding has worked over the past three years in developing not only better access to each other’s events but also great friendships.
We look forward to developing this great partnership and if any S100
marshal is thinking of traveling to Phillip Island to marshal and requires assistance, then please feel free to contact Peter Chadwick.