It takes many people to run such an awesome club.
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Derek started rallying with TSD's in the early 2000’s and then started volunteering at events until in 2010 when he and a friend finally purchased a prepareed car to start competing in. With a newly built car Derek is still co-driving as well as being not he MLRC board and is the current organizer for the Black Bear Rally and the MLRC Rally Sprints.
Ryan became involved with rallying in 2000, starting with volunteering at performance events, navigating and driving road rallies, rallycrossing, codriving performance events and finally driving to two OPRC championships. Active on the event organizing side of the sport including organizer and Clerk of the Course, Ryan has also been both President and Director at Large on the MLRC board in the past, as well as a VP at RSO. Ryan is thoroughly addicted to the sport and has been involved in nearly every aspect over the years.
Bruce started rallying in 2006, taking the right seat for Alan Ryall. Together they had OPRC class wins in 2012 and 2014. Bruce began TSD rallying in 2007 with Jane, his wife, driving. They won the ORRC Expert class in 2011 and 2012, and they placed 2nd in GT at Targa Newfoundland in 2009. Bruce has been MLRC treasurer since 2009 (?), and RSO president since 2013.
Bryce has been a fan of rally since the Group B days and he has been involved in rallying in Ontario since the early 2000’s. An old friend and he started by participated in the MLRC mini-rally TSD series for several years before also entering the Ontario Winter Rally and starting to volunteer at performance rallies. In 2009 they ignored common sense and bought a 2WD rally car – the Lada – which they competed in until the end of 2012, they then started building their next AWD car that was completed just in time for Tall Pines 2014.
Bruce started volunteering at the Rally of the tall pines (he thinks it was 2003) doing crowd control and spectator area set up. After 6 -7 years of this he wanted to do more, gaining his Amateur Radio License through RSO, he started volunteering at various other events throughout Ontario and Quebec for the OPRC and CRC championship (which included working as a TC, Stage Commander, Deputy Stage Commander). All of this volunteering led him to work with the RSO timing Team all the events here and in Quebec.
Elections are held at the Annual General Meeting which is help at the beginning of each year.
If you are looking at volunteering with MLRC, feel free to reach out to any one on the Board.