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.
The night is a celebration of our national champions and others who are recognised for their outstanding contribution to Australian motor sport.
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Award of Merit
FIA Official of the Year
Peter Brock Medal
Member of Honour
Donald Thomson Award
Phil Irving Award
Sir Jack Brabham award
CAMS Motor Sport Personality of the Year
State Motor Sport Official of the Year
Australian Motor Sport Official of the Year
CAMS Media Awards
CAMS Young Driver Award
2018 CAMS National Awards Gala Dinner
Date: Saturday, 23 February 2019
Location: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre – Sovereign Ball Room
2018 CAMS State Awards
Dates and locations across Australia are still to be confirmed.
For more information, please contact [email protected].
The Award of Merit is the highest recognition that can be conferred upon any person by CAMS and is awarded for outstanding individual contribution and duration of service to the development and administration of Australian motor sport, on a national basis.
The FIA Official of the Year award will be presented to an official who has carried out an exceptional or brave action during the season, or has been responsible for a singular performance in any kind of motor sport
Launched in 2011, the Peter Brock Medal is awarded annually to a driver who has shown similar characteristics to the late Peter Brock AM.
A person may be admitted as a Member of Honour in recognition of long and valuable service to motor sport in Australia.
Life Membership is awarded for long-term distinguished service to motor sport.
The Service Star may be conferred by CAMS on a member who has given exemplary service to CAMS and to motor sport, usually over many years and often in a variety of roles and activities. It stands above the Service Award and may be a further recognition for a member who holds a Service Award.
The Service Award is awarded for diligent service to motor sport.
In honour of the formative Secretary General of CAMS, this award recognises individuals who have brought credit to the sport by way of a spontaneous act of selflessness and consideration for others.
The Phil Irving Award recognises outstanding skill and achievement by an individual Australian engineer or Australian engineering company devoted to serving and positively contributing to competitive motor sport.
The Sir Jack Brabham award recognises outstanding achievement and success by an Australian motor sport competitor at the international level.
The Australian Motor Sport Official of the Year award recognises outstanding achievement as a motor sport official at CAMS authorised events, or within a CAMS affiliated club or activity.
The State Motor Sport Official of the Year award recognises outstanding achievement as a motor sport official at CAMS authorised events, or within a CAMS affiliated club or activity, usually at State or grassroots level.
The CAMS Motor Sport Personality of the Year award was established to recognise competitors who, through their actions both during and outside of competition, are good ambassadors for Australian Motor Sport.
The CAMS Media Awards recognise members of the Australian media for individual contributions during the year
CAMS State Motor Sport Awards are to recognise state series and championship winners and others who contributed significantly to motor sport in each state. Join with CAMS in celebrating motor sport in each state of Australia.
CAMS Young Driver Award is to recognise a young Australian driver who is identified as having achieved significant milestones so far in their career