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Applicants for CAMS competition licences must comply with CAMS medical criteria relevant to their competition level. All competitor licence holders are required to comply with the CAMS Anti-doping Policy.

Click here to view the current CAMS Medical Standards.

There are three types of medical criteria CAMS use for competition licences. 

1: Health Statement

The health statement is a series of questions that need to be answered on your application form.  The health statement is required to be completed on every licence application. If you tick ‘Yes’ to any of the first six questions on the health statement, we will also require a letter from your doctor.

2: Medical Examination Record - National and Clubman Licences – Circuit, Superkart and Off Road Stadium

A Medical Examination Record - National must be completed by a General Practitioner. If 45 years of age and over, every second year, unless annual medical examinations have been requested by a General Practitioner must be forwarded with the licence application and completed Health Statement to CAMS Customer Services. Each Medical Examination will require the following tests

LDL Cholesterol

HDL Cholesterol Fasting

Glucose

Resting ECG

Applicants exchanging an overseas driver’s licence are still required to undergo a CAMS Medical Examination in accordance with the FIA International Sporting Code.

3: Medical Examination Record - International  

A Medical Examination Record - International must be completed by a General Practitioner. Applicants for these licences are required to complete the Health Statement and as required by the Federation Internationale de I’ Automobile (FIA), applicants for international licences, irrespective of motor sport discipline, will be required to undertake an annual medical examination by a General Practitioner. Those applicants aged 45 and over will be required to undergo a stress ECG every second year or more often if requested by the General Practitioner. Applicants exchanging an overseas driver’s licence are still required to undergo a CAMS Medical Examination in accordance with the FIA International Sporting Code. Each Medical Examination will require the following tests:

LDL Cholesterol

HDL Cholesterol Fasting

Glucose

Exercise ECG