Thank you to all those who attended the EGM / Committee meeting on Saturday the 6th of February, the minutes will be issued over the next couple of weeks however we wanted to update you all on a few important points.
2017-18 Calendar update
Our outstanding date on the 2017-18 calendar has been confirmed. Unfortunately our long overdue return to Forest Edge has been cancelled due to the track not being able to host the meeting. In it’s place we see a NatSKA favourite return in the form of Clay Pigeon on the 27th October, this will be held a week later than the proposed Forest Edge date. If you require more information head on over to the calendar page. A big thanks to our competition secretary Graham Sime again for sorting the calendar and Clay Pigeon themselves for putting us up at such short notice.
Our vacant technical director position on the committee has been filled after NatSKA veteran John Howard stepped down from the post. A big thanks to him and all his efforts over the years, not only in his committee role but also for his involvement within the organisation in general. John is a true NatSKA member and karter, not only was he technical director, he’s supported two of his own children through the ranks, helped to run Saint Michael’s Kart Club, encouraged the formation of new teams in his own time, volunteered in various NatSKA roles and much more that has no doubt flown under the radar. He’s always kept NatSKA’s principles at the forefront of his efforts during his time in the organisation and we wish him and his family all the best in the future! We hope to see you pop in every now and again.
In his place Stuart Hammond has been elected. Thank you to all those who put their names forwards, we’re very grateful for those who are willing to give up their free time to support the organisation. We look forward to having Stuart on board the NatSKA ship and wish him all the luck in his role.
If you’re interested in being part of the team we are always looking for volunteers. You don’t have to have the technical know how or even have any past experience in a role! We value everyone’s efforts and require skills from all fields. Be it lap scoring, time keeping, scruitneering or marshalling. The organisation relies on your help, so get in touch!
The 2018 NatSKA Handbook is available after approval from the MSA over on the resource page
Thank you to everyone for making NatSKA what it is, we look forward to seeing as many people as possible at Camberley to restart the season!