The CAMS Foundation, formerly known as the Australian Motor Sport Foundation (AMSF), was established in 2001 by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS), the governing body of motor sport in Australia.
The aim of the CAMS Foundation is to help talented young Australian drivers reach the pinnacle of motor sport in their chosen category and raise Australia’s profile on the world stage.
The CAMS Foundation supports the career progression of young Australian drivers through financial assistance, and is actively involved in the development and management of many young drivers.
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The Foundation also supports a number of other important sporting and community initiatives.
The CAMS Foundation's mission is to:
- Directly facilitate the progress of talented young Australians to the pinnacle of international motor sport competition.
- Foster broader participation at entry levels of motor sport.
- Provide a centre of excellence for elite driver performance and also support the development of motor sport participants.
- Use successful racing drivers as role models to actively promote safer driving among young Australians.
For more, go to the CAMS Foundation website: www.camsfoundation.com.au