Mid-Atlantic Road Racing Club
The Mid-Atlantic Roadracing Club (MARRC) was established in October of 1983 to promote the sport of motorcycle roadracing and to generate a positive public image of motorcycling in general, and motorcycle roadracing in particular. Since then MARRC has grown to over 500 active members and nearly 1,500 associate members and supporters. The MARRC family includes regional motorcycle dealers and suppliers, race team owners and operators, competitors and safety crew workers and their families, and members of the motorcycling public.
Two of the club’s most visible functions are the MARRC Safety Crew and the MARRC Roadracing School (RRS). The Safety Crew provides workers and support personnel for all motorcycle races at Summit Point Raceway, WV. The Roadracing School is recognized by the main sanctioning bodies that organize races at Summit Point – WERA and the Championship Cup Series (CCS) – and other organizations across the country.
MARRC is more than just cornerworking and teaching. MARRC volunteers spend countless hours supporting members and racers at the track. Another important club function is promoting motorcycle roadracing, not just around Summit Point, but all along the east coast. Anyone can get involved in these activities just by contacting the firstname.lastname@example.org or any MARRC member.
MARRC membership is made up primarily of enthusiasts from the Mid-Atlantic region but also includes members from throughout the United States, Canada, and even as far away as Great Britain. MARRC is a purely volunteer organization that is chartered in the State of Virginia as a not-for-profit entity (click here for the club charter or for the club by-laws).
Membership benefits include a discounted subscription rate for Roadracing World and Motorcycle Technology, discounts at area shops, and many social activities throughout the year, such as picnics, road rallies, go-kart events at local venues, the ever popular MARRC Video Night, and an annual awards banquet. MARRC has also established an Injured Members Fund to assist MARRC members, either racers or workers, who are injured during racing events.
To join MARRC, or renew your membership, fill out our membership application.
For information about the Mid-Atlantic Roadracing Club the time-honored way, write to MARRC at PO BOX 3407 Winchester, VA 22604-1107
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