September 29, 2016
Just wanted to let you know that the Begonia Rally is on again this year on the weekend of the 12th & 13th of November. And we would like to welcome aboard Zero Bullying Australia Foundation as this years naming rights sponsor.
The Begonia Rally Directing team would like to welcome Bully Zero Australia Foundation as naming rights for this years event . This great organisation works with people in their workplaces school and promotes no bullying what a great foundation to join the Begonia
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August 19, 2016
Expressions of Interest are currently being sought for people interested in joining the Victorian Motor Race Panel for 2017.
The panel currently consists of 12 members and is tasked with the responsibility of advising State Council on matters relating to the successful conduct of race meetings, maximise opportunities for commercial success and expanding motor racing activities, exercise constructive relationships with the Australian Motor Racing Commission and Motor Race Panels in each state.
The panel seeks expressions of interest from persons with demonstrated understanding of and experience in the sport, as a competitor, official or club member, and who are willing to share their knowledge and experience in a voluntary capacity to enhance motor racing activities in Victoria.
The panel p...Read More
August 19, 2016
CAMS gives honours to recognise those people in the community whose service and contributions have made a significant difference to CAMS and motor sport.
The CAMS Motor Sport Awards recognise the actions and achievements of people who go above and beyond what could be reasonably expected, and in doing so, encourages aspirations and ideals of the highest standards and values within our sport.
A Celebration of our National Champions and others who are recognised for their outstanding contribution to Australian motor sport.
The 2016 CAMS Motor Sport Awards Gala Dinner will be held at Melbourne’s Crown Casino in 2017. Should you wish to join CAMS to celebrate Motor Sports ‘Night of Nights’ please complete the booking form.
For more information please contact our Event Coordinator on (03)...Read More
August 14, 2016
Sunday the 14th of August seen the running of Round 4 of the Khanacross series, entries were a little light with only 13 competing on the day. The challenge was to mix it up a little and try and get a set of different outright winners. Each of the tests were designed to suit a drive configuration with trying to achieve a level playing field. And it worked somewhat with 3 out of the top 5 being RWD. I am pretty sure all the single spinners will be replacing at least 1 tyre before the next round. The three tests were ran on the bomber and drag strip.
Class A was taken out by Darren Watkins in his trusty Corolla, the hotly contested class B was won by Robert Love a Doughnut Dekker in the ever sliding Silvia from Paul Gladman. Andrew Bayley took out class C in the tyre smoking Corolla...Read More
August 10, 2016
Please click on the link below to keep up to date on the new rules and regulations.
August 10, 2016
Classic Adelaide Rally – contact Carly Zmendak at Targa Australia on 0407 654 170 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Robertstown Rally – contact Greta Nason on 0419 031 058 or email@example.com
Tasmanian Off Road State Series, Round 4 at Kellevie, Sunday 18 September – contact the CAMS Tasmania office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mini Car Club of WA are looking for officials for their state motorkhanas.
Officials are required for time recording duties, scrutineering ect. Motorkhanas are in the Perth metro area, dates are:
- Saturday 20 August – Practice Motorkhana – RAC Driving Centre, Perth Airport
- Sunday 11 September – State Motorkhana 4 – RAC Driving Centre, Perth Airport
- 24-15 September – Australian Motorkhana Championship – RAC Driv...
August 9, 2016
Over the last few years the BLCC have been working towards increasing our junior development, where children as young as 12 can compete in Motokhanas. Motorkhanas are designed to improve car control , acceleration control and braking. After paying membership and obtaining a CAMS lic, the entry fee is $10.00 per entry for a junior. Its a great way to develop driving skills for the future either of the public roads or a an motorsport event. Plus meeting other buddying young competitors , currently the BLCC have 11-12 junior competitors ranging from the ages of 12 to 18.
Please contact Membership Secretary : Michele Bayley
Further information checkout CAMS : http://www.cams.com.au/motor-sport/sport/disciplines/auto-test/motorkhana
July 7, 2016
Australia’s leading motor sport body is lobbying for a premium car racing circuit to be built in Ballarat to replace the soon to be defunct Sandown Racetrack.
Confederation of Australian Motor Sport chief executive Eugene Arocca has revealed Ballarat’s highly anticipated $50 million motor sport complex was CAMS’s preferred location for a new V8 track.
He estimated a single V8 weekend event could pump between $15 and $20 million into Ballarat’s economy.
“We’d consider moving CAMS’s headquarters (currently in Melbourne) up to Ballarat that’s how committed we are,” Mr Arocca said.
“We’re working against the clock to get a track established in the next two years.”
It followed news the Sandown Park’s racecourse and horse track in Springvale may be up for residentia...Read More
July 7, 2016
2016 Victorian Officials Expo
CAMS and the Victorian Flag Marshalling Team are proud to announce the return of the popular Victorian Training Expo on Saturday the 16th of July 2016 at the Sandown International Raceway.
The exhibition will showcase everything ‘Official’ and give you the chance to explore various disciplines of officiating. Officials are encouraged to bring along a friend to introduce them to the world of officiating.
For Further information : http://www.cams.com.au/get-involved/officials/victorian-officials-expo-2016Read More
July 5, 2016
Outstanding Victorian state race series debut for Sam Mennen at Winton motor raceway finishing 3rd for the weekend !!
Leasing brother Josh Gay’s Australian pulsar series race car where each race car has the same controlled drive train, suspension, tyres & weight to make the racing close.
Practise – fastest by 2 seconds in the wet ( Sams first ever drive of the pulsar, great result)
Qualified – 4th
Race 1 – 3rd
Race 2 – 2nd in the wet & fastest lap
Race 3 – 3rd, after starting on pole
Race 4 – 5th
SAM recorded the 3rd fastest time for the weekend with a 1.43.80.
Sam drove so well in the changing conditions & only hit one other car in very close controlled class racing and learnt heapsRead More
This would not be possible without the following support ~
Huge thank you to
– Ross Stapleton from Datsun 1...