Chargers RC has long recognised the contribution of dedicated, selfless service offered to the club and the sport by those who served it well.
The Chargers RC Life Membership honour role is below.
Helped establish the club at Beenleigh and spearheaded the move to Jimboomba. Col was club President, visionary and tireless worker for Chargers RC.
For self-less service to Chargers RC at Beenleigh and Jimboomba. Famed as the provider of 'Bev’s Burgers' and long-term committed member of the club.
If there was a track to build, Bruce would be there. Relentless in his determination to support the club and its facilities, along with thoroughly enjoying his own racing. Led the track team for 1995 Nationals.
President, Secretary, Race Director over many years and at various stages of the club’s history including Lota, Mt Gravatt, Yeronga and Jimboomba. David’s service also extended to ORRCA Qld alongside the inimitable Barry Fry. David will be honoured with a race series in his name during the 2023 season.
Secretary for several years, co-leadership of the 1995 Nationals organising team with Barry Fry.
The very model of club spirit and committed service, Andrew held multiple committee roles over several years and Jimboomba and beyond, particularly in the period involving the move from Jimboomba to Ipswich.
Bursting on the scene in 1995, Grant very quickly became an indispensable member of the Chargers team. He offered excellent leadership through the move to Leichardt, and in the club’s support of on-road racing in Toowoomba.
Mark led the club at Leichardt, and in the preparation for the move to Redbank, along with being a front-running modified class racer. Instrumental in hosting state and national championship events at Leichardt.
It’s almost impossible to imagine a modern Chargers RC without David Lawrence. Dedicated to the club, to its members, to the race track as well as his own family’s racing. David is the epitome of Chargers RC. David will be honoured with a race series in his name during the 2023 season.
Highly active in the club’s Leichardt and Redbank period, Ryan also made his mark on track with a triple Nationals podium in Canberra (2009). Ryan is just one long-time clubman and life member still active within the club.
Glenn became a club stalwart over the Redbank Plains period and into the club’s move to Carole Park. A tireless behind the scenes worker, Glenn also stood on the club’s committee over an extended period. The modern club wouldn’t be the same without his contribution.
Richard was part of the strong team that supported the club during the last part of it’s Redbank tenue and into the new digs at Carole Park.
A long time club supporter and critical committee member at Redbank. Peter assisted the club establish itself at Carole Park, and worked on the development of its modern facilities.
Worked alongside Peter Boorman and Richard Petty through the critical transition to Carole Park, paving the way for the modern Chargers club .
A long-time supporter of everything that Chargers RC stands for, Gary has held multiple roles and offered extensive support to the club throughout the Ipswich period of its history. Gary is a very active member of the club today.
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Gopal is the most recent inductee to the Life Membership group, honouring his committed leadership to the club particularly through the very challenging pandemic period. Part of the team that has moved the club onto its SIC Surface race-track and now a 10+ year veteran of the club.