Again, the registration czar will check racers in, have them complete the release form, assign race numbers, collect entry fees, and have them complete USAC license applications (if needed). The corner guard czar will assign volunteers to corner guard positions for both the B and A races, and give a quick tutorial on corner guard duties.
Both jobs are pretty easy, take place between 6 - 7 pm, and will still allow the volunteer to do the A race. If you know of a non-racer (e.g., spouse, significant other, neighbor) who wants to help out and also enjoy watching the races, ask them to volunteer.
Ideally I'd like to have one person in each position for the entire series of 7 crits, however, the positions can also be shared with each person taking particular weeks. So if you are willing to volunteer for either position for a night or two (or three) let me know.
Without these positions being filled, we will likely not be able to hold the races.