CAMS delegates the responsibility for ensuring the efficient administration of motor sport in each state/territory to the six State Councils in Australia.
State Councils meet quarterly or monthly and report to the Board of CAMS. State Councils consist of delegates elected by the affiliated clubs and their committees in that state/territory and are led by an elected Chairman.
Standing Orders apply to each State Council.
The objective of these Standing Orders is to define the functions and responsibilities of State Councils in each State to support the efficient administration of motor sport and CAMS across Australia, subject to CAMS Constitution, the FIA's International Sporting Code and policies and procedures that apply to CAMS national operations.