Please ensure all communication is done in person on race day or by email in a professional manner only.
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ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES
To act in the best interest of the EDKRA as a whole, and the class within that organization
To represent the members and interests of the class, with regular interaction as needed either verbally, by phone, by email, club forum or other digital media and to organize group meetings as needed.
To stay current with EDKRA, Alberta (Edmonton/ CKRC), ASN Canada and International karting regulations and trends pertaining to their class, and to be ready to inform people in the class of same.
To present any proposed changes to their class structure/eligibility/ equipment legality etc that might impact the rest of the club or its activities to the Executive in a timely manner so that it can be discussed at Executive and Club meetings before the start of the season. Note approvals involving significant changes (new engines etc) may take some months to reach consensus and competitors may need several months after that to acquire equipment to compete before the start of the season.
To liaise with the executive and other class reps over mutual issues, to ensure that there is a clear path from Junior to Senior and from the lower to higher horsepower classes.
To propose updates and additions to this volunteer role.
To create a monthly log of the tasks and workload for future class reps.
May be called upon to act as a Race Steward in particular circumstances involving incidents with other classes.
May be invited to attend Executive meetings (currently first Tuesday of the month)