• Knowledge and Understanding of the Race Rules
  • Inspections of Riders, Crew, and Equipment
  • Ensure the safety of competitors for the following; obedience of the laws, safe riding practices, vehicle usage safety, etc...
  • Issuing warnings and penalties as needed
  • Reporting into Race Headquarters at every time station or 4 hours whichever occurs first, as well as reporting all warnings and penalties issued within an hour of issuing
  • Back tracking on the course as  necessary
  • Re-routing the course due to weather or construction as required
  • Staying with an injured competitor at the scene of an accident or proceeding to an accident location or hospital as necessary









 

Inspections Official - Volunteer to help with inspections on Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday and both race day starts on Tuesday and Saturday. Inspection Officials are typically live locally, so no lodging is required (exceptions are made on a case by case basis). Click HERE for Inspection Agreement.


Regional Official - You choose 3-6 Time Stations in your area to cover until the last riders pass through. You are responsible for all expenses and taxes plus they are compensated  $50-$75/day  (based on years of officiatingper vehicle and will be paid approximately the end of August. Click HERE for Regional Agreement.


RAW Official - Help with inspections on Sunday and Monday and depart for Durango, CO on Tuesday and finish on or before the third Sunday of the month. You are responsible for all expenses and taxes and are compensated $700-$800 (based on years of officiating) per vehicle to help offset expenses, as well as, lodging at the start and end, RAAM clothing and banquet ticket at the end. They will be given 1/2 of the money when they arrive in Oceanside and the remaining will be paid approximately the end of August. We prefer 2 people per vehicle, but exceptions are made on a case by case basis. Click HERE for RAW Agreement.


RAAM Official - Help with inspections any of the following, Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday and then depart for Annapolis, MD, finishing NLT the last Monday of the month. You are responsible for all expenses and taxes and are compensated $2000-$2500 (based on years of officiating) per vehicle to help offset expenses, as well as, lodging at the start and end, RAAM clothing and banquet ticket at the end. Officials will be given 1/2 of the money when they arrive in Oceanside and the remaining will be paid approximately the end of August. We prefer 2 people per vehicle, but exceptions are made on a case by case basis. Click HERE for RAAM Agreement.



An Official has the responsibility of insuring the safety, integrity, and fairness of the race. All officials will report to the Director of Officials and Race Headquarters. The Race Director and President oversee all operations. Officials drive along the route, stopping periodically in visible and concealed locations observing the race as it progresses along the course.

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4 Official Options

​​If you are interested in becoming an Official, please contact me HERE!

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