DETERMINED: Chris Wilson is pushing for major changes to the structure of WA motorsport. Photo: Grant Currall

Motorsports at crossroads

Motorsport in WA faces a pivotal moment next month when the WA Sporting Car Club holds an extraordinary general meeting.


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Mark Well said. Yes a lot of members are very concerned at what is being put forward and on how it is being pushed through. I unfortunately can not say too much publicly due to the present committees (less a few) views on members personal opinions being put out in the public arena. I do how ever agree with Mr Bowra's comments on how this is being pushed through by stealth. I feel that the proposal should have been done in plain English and sent to ALL members or that are life members. I along with many members in the earlier days of the club put in countless hours over the weekends and night to improve the facilities at the track for our club members. I have a very long association with the club as a member when i became old enough to do so and before that as a son of a long standing committee member and president prior to joining so yes i and a lot of members are concerned on the way this is going. Yes we may need some changes but it has to be done in a transparent form and any changes be made with ALL of the club members being informed at all times. Robert Mitchell

Member polls? As of October last year there were 1,450 members just before they started taking the poll, they only had 250 or so reply 'yes' or 'no' to the question. How is that a majority of all members?

i support the changes. what about a drag strip added into the developments aswell ???.

No Drag strip as the government already has paid for one. would have been nice for your full name to be published. How much of the history behind the proposed changes do you know? The changes proposed will lead to a rise in the cost of racing to cover the amount the club will have to pay to race on circuit that's its members built !! The nice new office that was built by it's members funds when the additions were put on the inside of the track will go to the new entity and the club will have to revert to using the de mountable s it moved from ! Go figure that. Robert

I agree with the changes and hope after this EGM the club can move forward into the future and forget all this

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