I don't know you or know if you volunteer in any way in the club, but if you don't, rather than rolling your eyes, why don't you offer to assist the concours team at the next event and show them how it can be done better if you are unhappy? Just prior to the AGM this year, there was significant criticism of the Concours and Social committee on this Forum and perhaps some of it was justifed. However, some of the language used was not what one would expect of members of AMOC and as a result, many on the committee resigned. What do you think happened next? Well, at the Spring Concours there were complaints about long queues for the free champagne etc. due to lack of AMOC helpers. Doh! Be careful what you wish for when criticising unpaid volunteers. BTW, I am not on the COM and not an area rep or hold any form of office in AMOC. I have too much of politics in my professional world as a lawyer. I just enjoy AMOC events and take my hat off to any unpaid volunteers in the club. I'm trying to do my bit by marshalling at the Snetterton race meeting on 1st Sept.
"Racing is life; everything that happens before or after is just waiting."
Steve McQueen. Frank H. Area 14 (Norfolk) and Le Mans, France.