All members of our mailing list are automatically unallocated members.

Curious as to what’s the difference between ‘allocated’ and ‘unallocated’ membership?

In a message to the mailing list, Mr_T (also known as “El Presidente” and “Team RC17 Australia #1”) clarified the team membership criteria with the following statement:

From: Ted Palmer
To: TeamRC17
Subject: Team membership

Many of you may be wondering what it takes to get into the Team. After
some discussion with Viking, some simple guidelines were established.

First off, if you are reading this through the mailing list then you
are in the Team. Welcome!

You can do what you like in regard to making your own team hat or
whatever, you could put “Team RC17 UK” or “…Iceland” or whatever you
like on your sig or hat or something. However, you are not issued with
a number or listed on the website. We could call this “unallocated”

To be an “allocated” Team RC17 Australia member with official hats and
number issued, you need to make a significant contribution to the Team,
whether it is an article for the website, something that all the members
could ultimately benefit from.

(Donations of fully race prepared Mugen-Honda engines would no doubt
help a lot :-)

Sending pictures is not “significant” unless the pics can be used to
put together an article for the website.

That’s about all there is to it, I’d like to keep it simple for everyone.

If anyone has comments for or against, speak up.

bq. Melbourne Australia??

Number Name Location Status
1 Mr_T Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Missing in Action
2 Dennis Beilby Back in Melbourne after 5 years in Sweden Retired
3 Viking Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Active
4 Nigel Hodgetts Stourbridge, West Midlands, United Kingdom Active
5 Kag Perth, Western Australia, Australia Missing in Action
6 Chris Hinchliffe Somewhere in the United Kingdom Retired
7 Adrian Tritschler Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Active
8 Darren Moody Wakefield, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom Retired
9 Robin & Kathy Bennet Crawley, West Sussex, United Kingdom Retired
10 Gary Allen Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom Retired
11 Rodney Durant Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Active
12 Jeroen Deen The Netherlands Active
13 We aren’t superstitious, but we don’t believe in tempting fate.
14 Andre Kladler Rotterdam, The Netherlands Retired
15 Carey Marsh Beach Haven, New Zealand Active
16 Greg Schmitz Anchorage, Alaska, USA Active
Ian Davies Wakefield, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom Retired
17 Andy Jordan Somehere in the United Kingdom Active
18 Steve Middleton Scotland Active
19 Alan Hensby Somewhere in the United Kingdom Active
20 Carlo Groot Amsterdam, The Netherlands Retired
21 Olivier Darnett Somewhere in France Missing in Action
22 Paul Robertson Melbourne(?), Australia Active