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  1. Outline Job Description for Events & Marketing Manager Job title Events & Marketing Manager, 750 Motor Club Location: Based at the 750 MC office in the Midlands (but with regular travel required to circuits, partners, etc). Role synopsis: The 750 Motor Club is a not-for-profit organisation which aims to bring together motoring enthusiasts and provide them with a platform for their shared passion and to provide motoring competitions with a particular focus on circuit racing. The club has a current membership of around 1400 and runs race meetings for its 14 championships or series at all major race circuits in the UK and, dependent on demand, will organise about 20 race days per year during the season (typically March-October). In addition, the club organises and promotes events and gatherings for members including Austin A7 events, trials and centre based social events. The club aims to be the leading provider of truly accessible motorsport in the UK, with an emphasis on good value, enjoyable, family oriented motorsport. It is currently one of the largest race organisers in the country with a turnover of around £1million and is governed by a board of directors made up of volunteer club members. To deliver on its aims, the club employs a small team of 3. This role along with an Administration Assistant report to the Club’s Commercial Manager. The Events & Marketing Manager role is vital to the success of the club as it combines the operational delivery of the club’s race meetings and other events with a dynamic marketing role to drive growth for the club in an exciting but challenging market place. The role reports to the Commercial Manager but also has the support of the board members responsible for Marketing, Communications and MotorSport Heritage and will act as secretary for various club committees. Success in the role will be primarily measured by meeting agreed objectives with performance indicators focused on : • Healthy race meetings: high entry levels, full grids, satisfied customers with social cohesion and effective governance within championships, cost effectiveness, positive meeting margins with entry fees below the competition • Healthy championships: sustained & growing registrations in current championships, development of innovative new championships. Cost of competing below the competition -both entry fees and total cost of racing (based on sensible championship regulations). Member satisfaction. • Growing membership Key accountabilities Operations: Detailed planning & implementation of race meetings – requiring attendance at all race meetings over weekends and filling official roles at those meetings. Communication of race and championship positions Organisation of various major events (including non-racing events) to support members and grow membership Sales: Organisation, promotion and implementation of annual championship registration process Organisation, promotion & implementation of race entry process Ensuring comprehensive customer support in place Development and sales of club regalia Development of other sales revenue generating activities Marketing: Creating & implementing marketing plans for championships, race meetings and all major events Working closely with the Commercial Manager to provide marketing support to projects aimed at boosting Advertising and Sponsorship revenues as well as to key Business Development activities and projects. Support to Commercial Manager and Admin Assistant – working as part of a close team to deliver projects and tasks to a tight timeline whether in the areas above or any other areas determined by the Commercial Manager or the Board that will ensure the club delivers the required service to members Essential criteria & qualifications Team player At least 3 years post-graduation experience in marketing and/or event management. A business brain - - able to understand an organisation’s financial and other targets and translate those objectives into actions. Demonstrated strength in organisational & planning skills Strong communication & influencing skills A Self Starter with the drive to instigate and complete tasks on their own initiative Strong IT skills – particularly in the use of core applications: See activity map Full driving license Desirable criteria & Qualifications: Passion for motorsport Degree in Marketing Motorsport organisation experience or similar. Terms: Full time role with salary in region of £25k/yr depending on experience. Involves travel across UK in own vehicle with mileage payment. Use of club vehicles may be required. Weekend working required at all race meetings and major events (time off in lieu). Holidays of 20 days per year. Pension contribution after 1 year’s service. Applications to Colin.Chapman@750mc.co.uk by November 30th
  2. Hi I've got a couple of oil coolers for sale - both in good condition; Mocal 13 row product code OC5137-12 235mm with JIC-12. Setrab 25 row product code 50-625-7612 10 bar 235mm with JIC-12. Not going to be able to use these again as too small - so any reasonable offers appreciated! Steve 07970 299394
  3. Kawasaki B2 ZX12R Engine package – Purchased with provenance from A B Performance earlier this year, set up by Daytuner – 174 BHP and 93ft lb torque – at the wheels. Dyno sheets supplied. Due to change of class and engine specification the complete engine and all associated electrics and running gear is for sale ready to install. The package comprises: 2002 B2 spec ZX12R engine - 12k miles in bike and 2 races completed (2 class wins). Pace three stage dry sump pump – new in May 2011, complete with JIC 12 fittings Ultra low profile filtered sump with magnet pick up. All sensors necessary to run engine Coil packs and spark plugs Starter motor Throttle bodies ECU Regulator/rectifier Engine and injection looms – modified, no lights, take off block for Aim logger/instrument Power Commander III USB Remote oil filter head Modified oil feed to main gallery – JIC 12 fitting 17t sprocket Should only need exhaust system, dry sump tank and hoses – see spares. Video available from last time out in July at Donington. Pictures available of engine and parts. Spares (not included in price) - A large stock of spares including built heads, cams, gearboxes, clutches, looms, ECUs, sensors, throttle bodies, assorted JIC12 hoses and fittings and engine casings is also available to go with the package or separately – pleased enquire and I will send you a spreadsheet. Collection only or meet up – advise and guidance given to help re-install. £1,750 Steve Robinson 07970 299394
  4. Genesis Evo in black - £11,500 Genesis Evo, new build in 2006. Mid engine open sports, spaceframe chassis fully rose jointed. Five piece removable bodywork. The car has never been involved in an accident and has raced in 750 Motor Club RGB Championship Class A, achieving 3rd in 2007, 2nd in 2008 and 1st in 2009. 2nd at Powernights in 2008. Full service and maintenance record since 2007. Description: Kawasaki ZX12R – replacement engine 2010 Pace dry sump system - new pump in 2010 Oil cooler USB Power Commander – new 2010 Titan rack Electric water pump Quaife Diff Wilwood callipers Protech single adjustable Shocks – new 2010 Quick release steering wheel – boss new 2010 6 point seat belts – new 2010 Aim Dash & Data Logging system Plumbed in Fire Extinguisher Dry break fuel drain Yokohama AO48R tyres Oz Ultraleggara 7 x15 wheels 3 sets of Sprockets for all Circuits FIA spec rain light Spares – negotiable £1,000 1 Rear Diffuser 1 Side floor Engine loom Power Commander ECU 21175 1087 4 x pistons Clutch slave cylinders Chain 2 x 300lb springs 2 x 325lb springs 4 x shockers Starter motor Radiator Barnett clutch Oil pump parts Wheel bearings Electric water pump Fuel pumps Assorted sensors Drive shaft bearings Various engine/cam covers ... and assorted bits and pieces Give me a call on 07970 299394 if you are interested.
  5. Don't need catering - but Ade and I will come down for the craque and a beer with you, Paul Nice to see old friends getting on!
  6. QUOTE I used to really enjoy competing agaist Steve Robiinson in my early days - he had a heavilly modified Pinto - must have spent a packet on it - it was easily as quick as my XE. eh up VC! Congratulations on your elevation. .... it was entirely standard, straight out of a Granada - or was it Grandad? It was only as quick as your XE because you were even lardier than me x
  7. Wrong one - making a hash of this... try again... how you do it like Barney does?
  8. Just to say thanks to the Westfield boys and girls for allowing us to join in - it was a great day on Sunday and Jamie and I really enjoyed it. A 47.88 was not too bad for a circuit race car with a stiff set up, AO48Rs and too much wind in the tyres.... you can't see as much as you can in a Westfield either - got a few barrel grazes! I'll post a video so you can see the difference.
  9. mmmmmmmmmm..... will have to come around to yours after first case though - Jane with me!
  10. Wot... no armco? Looking forward to it - and meeting old chums over BBQ & beer Friday and Saturday.
  11. Derek Thought you would like to have back to back comparison from my Genesis..... Base run – old exhaust system 174.49bhp 93.48 torque Cat fitted – 173.44 92.21 torque Steve
  12. Did you see him in the gravel at Graham Hill then ?
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