A special general meeting of Benalla Auto Club will be held tomorrow to address allegations of conflict of interest.May 28, 2014 3:45am
A special general meeting of the Benalla Auto Club has been called by a group of petitioners to address allegations of conflict of interest within the incorporated club.
Committee member and former president Bruce Robertson said about 24 petitioning committee members had called the meeting to be held on April 7, however it was postponed to May 29 due to not enough notice being given as required by legislation.
Mr Robertson said the meeting was called to address the adoption of the model rules and to eliminate conflict of interest within the club.
However, Benalla Auto Club committee member and Winton Motor Raceway executive officer Adam Ronke said any conflict of interest was being managed appropriately.
Benalla Auto Club is the owner of Winton Motor Raceway and Wakefield Park Raceway, located at Goulburn in NSW.
The committee oversees the management and operation of both facilities, and Australian Auto-Sport Alliance and the Confederation of Australian Motorsport sanction events at both.
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