Spokane Kart Racing Association

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Why Volunteer with Us? 

  • Be Part of the Action: Whether you’re a seasoned kart racer or a curious newcomer, volunteering with SKRA puts you right in the heart of the action. Experience the rush of the track and witness the determination of our racers. 
  • Community Connection: Join a passionate community of karting enthusiasts. Forge lasting friendships, share stories, and celebrate victories together. 
  • Impact: Your contribution matters. By volunteering, you directly support the growth of karting in our region and inspire the next generation of racers. 
  • Meet your volunteer agreement: if you signed up for a membership with a volunteer agreement, any of the below opportunities will help you fulfill that requirement. 


  • Must be 18 years old 
  • Must show up to the track by 7:30a to undergo quick training on their position. 
  • Compassion: Empathy and understanding are crucial. Volunteers interact with diverse individuals, so compassion helps build meaningful connections. 
  • Strong Work Ethic: Volunteers need to be reliable and committed. They should treat their roles with the same dedication as paid work. 
  • Teamwork: Collaboration is essential. Volunteers often work alongside others, so being a team player fosters a positive environment. 
  • Time Management: Volunteers balance their commitments. Punctuality and efficient time use are valuable skills. 
  • Positive Attitude: A positive outlook contributes to a harmonious volunteer experience and motivates others. 
  • Willingness to Help: Volunteers should genuinely want to make a difference. Their willingness to contribute matters. 

 Volunteer Roles 

  1. Race-Day Crew
  • Corner Workers: Keep an eagle eye on the track, signaling racers with flags. 
  • Grid Stewart: Organize the starting grid and ensure fair play. 
  • Scale Worker: Weigh karts at the scale when they come off the track. 
  • Track Cleaner: pick up trash on the track and around the pits before practice starts. 
  1. Event Support
  • Registration Desk: Welcome racers, handle paperwork, and distribute race packets. 
  • Kid Kart Assistant: Work with Kid Kart Liaison to help kid kart academy kids on race and practice days. 
  • Parking Attendants: Guide visitors to designated parking areas. 
  • Scoring Assistant: Help run scoring and timing in the field house.  
  1. Marketing & Promotion
  • Social Media Assistant: Support Social Media Liaison by engaging followers and creating content. 
  • Videographers: Capture the intensity of the races and behind-the-scenes moments. 

 Get Involved 

  1. New to Kart Racing? Check out our Beginner’s Guide to karting. 
  2. Ready to Join? Become an SKRA member and learn about our rules and regulations here. 
List in order which role you'd prefer the most. List of roles are above.
You can sign up for one race or for the whole season.
In checking the box above, you agree to commit to your assigned role for the period of time communicated above. You agree to representing the club in a positive and respectful manner.