A lot goes on to maintain and improve the Club behind the scenes. The Committee is made up of the Directors and a number of Co-ordinators. The Committee meets every month and the normal agenda includes many varied items including Club promotion, Club finances, the Motorsport Radio Group, Safeguarding, Membership issues, Rescue Units, Training, Social events (including the Club's 50th Anniversary celebrations) and more.
The Directors are legally responsible for the management of the Club and ensuring it carries out its activities properly.
- 2020 - SMMC's honorary president is Mike Gascoigne, one of the three founder members of the Club in 1973.
- 1973-2019 - Andrew Cowan
Marshalling is a rewarding way of getting more closely involved with motor sport and joining a community of like-minded enthusiasts.
- More about marshalling
- Lead for rally marshalling: Rod Howat
- Lead for speed marshalling: Alastair Gray
We are always keen to attract new members and provide them with the training necessary to enhance the safety services on events.
- More about Membership
- Membership Co-ordinator: Catherine Headridge
Motorsport Radio Group
The Motorsport Radio Group (MRG) provides safety and administrative communications to a wide range of motorsport events.
- More about Radio
- MRG Co-ordinator: Garry Headridge
- Motorsport UK Radio Co-ordinator for Scotland: Garry Headridge
Our Rescue Units provide emergency medical and extrication cover at Motorsport UK permitted motorsport events.
- More about Rescue
- Rescue Units Co-ordinator: Alastair Gray
Motorsport Medical Group
The Motorsport Medical Group is a community of interest aimed at doctors, nurses, paramedics, AHPs, rescue crews and anyone else that has a genuine interest in sharing best practice and information about medicine and pre-hospital care in a motorsport setting.
- Medical Adviser: Dr John Harrington - firstname.lastname@example.org
The improvement of motorsport marshalling standards has been one of SMMC’s main stated objectives since its inception in 1973 and we are proud to be at the forefront of Marshals’ training in Scotland.
The Safeguarding Officer acts as the first point of contact for all safeguarding enquiries within the club and to ensure that welfare is considered in all aspects of the club activities. If anyone in the club (staff, volunteer, parents or children) who has a concern about a child, young person or vulnerable adult or a concern about poor practice/possible abuse by adults working with children or vulnerable adults, you MUST report it to the Club Safeguarding Officer. ‘Never do nothing’ - it is every adult’s responsibility to safeguard children and adults at risk.
Publicity and Communications
Our Comms Co-ordinator works with the Directors on the development and production of our information and communication activities, which includes managing our website and social media.
- Publicity and Communications Co-ordinator: Jon Bolton - email@example.com