Challenge Bathurst is the ‘friendly’ Bathurst event with a respect and appreciation for the officials that contribute to a well-run and safe motorsport event. With camping, meals and apparel provided, we aim to make it comfortable and enjoyable for all officials.

Welcome Officials and Volunteers.
Please apply now for the 2022 Event.

2022 Applications for Officials and Volunteers are now open.

Challenge Bathurst welcomes all Motorsport Australia Officials and any volunteers who would like to join our friendly event team:

  • Officials – those required to fulfil motor sport positions who have Motorsport Australia (CAMS) accreditation; and
  • Volunteer Officials – those required to assist in non motor sport positions with no formal training.

Officials and Volunteer Officials soon will be sought for the 2022 Event with a recruitment target of 200 personnel. If you would like to be part of a dynamic team, meet new friends and experience all the action up close and experience motorsport up close and personal, you are welcome to join us!

Officials

Click on red button above and make an online application now.

For more information email Michele Kidd administrator@challengebathurst.com

Click on red button above and make an online application now.

For more information email Robert ‘Ned’ Stanley robertjstanley@hotmail.com

Click here for a brief description of the volunteer roles for the event.

Benefits

Each official and volunteer will receive the following benefits at the 2022 Event.

  • Accreditation
  • Event Shirt (2 shirts provided to those who are volunteering for two or more days)
  • Event Hat (Cap or Bucket Hat)
  • Event Handbook
  • Campground Site (for ‘out of town’ personnel)
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided daily plus evening drinks
  • Dinner, subject to change: Thursday: BBQ; Friday: Pizza; Saturday: Chicken; Sunday: BBQ
  • Appreciation Lap of Mount Panorama during the Event (excludes those who received a ride at previous events)

Notes:

  • No Outer Paddock vehicle passes will be issued as they are not required to enter the circuit.