About CAMS Media Accreditation
The CAMS Media Accreditation process is for photographers, videographers and journalists seeking accreditation for CAMS sanctioned motor sport events held around Australia.
Photographers, videographers and journalists are required to comply with the CAMS Media Accreditation Policy and all accredited media, excluding journalists, will need to purchase a new CAMS Media vest for each calendar year.
Should you have any queries regarding media accreditation, please contact the CAMS Media department via [email protected] or on 1300 883 959.
2020 Motorsport Australia Media Accreditation
As of 1 January 2020, applications for next year will be submitted under the new Motorsport Australia brand.
Media accreditation applications, renewals and upgrades for the 2020 season are now open, however applicants will not receive credentials until the end of January, 2020.
Download the 2020 Media Accreditation application here.
Those who have already applied, renewed or upgraded their Media Accreditations in the first intake will receive their new Motorsport Australia credentials before the 2020 motor racing season begins.
Applications will remain open and will be completed on a month-to-month basis.
WHY MOTORSPORT AUSTRALIA MEDIA ACCREDITATION?
There are several benefits in having Media Accreditation:
- You receive personal accident insurance through Motorsport Australia which provides for a certain amount of compensation in the event that you are injured. Without this insurance you will not be covered by Motorsport Australia for any injuries you suffer at an event.
- Having Motorsport Australia Media Accreditation makes a clear statement to event organisers about the quality of your portfolio, that you are bound by the Media Accreditation Policy and that you are endorsed by Motorsport Australia. Motorsport Australia Media Accreditation is recognised by event organisers.
- Many event organisers may restrict access to certain areas of an event to those who hold Motorsport Australia Media Accreditation. Those without Motorsport Australia Media Accreditation may not be able to access areas beyond those available to general spectators.
Note: Motorsport Australia Media Accreditation does not entitle holder automatically to Supercars, Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix or Shannons Nationals Media Accreditation. It is highly recommended that Accredited Media contact the event organiser or the event's media personnel before going to an event.
Those who miss the first intake can renew, upgrade or apply for Motorsport Australia Media Accreditation throughout the season, with accreditation to be processed at the end of each month with applications to reopen in January 2020.
Click here to view the different levels of CAMS Media Accreditation.
Media Accreditation Policy
Photographers, videographers and journalists renewing or applying for Motorsport Australia Media Accreditation MUST read the Policy before renewing or applying for accreditation.
The Policy contains important information about the application process as well as outlining key rules which you must follow at each event to enhance your safety.
Motorsport Australia Accredited Media will also be required to wear their Motorsport Australia Media Vest and Motorsport Australia Media Accreditation identification at events at all times.
CAMS is currently reviewing the age requirements for Media Accreditation for 2020 and beyond and will advise prior to 2020 of any changes.
Click here for more information on the CAMS Media Accreditation Policy.
Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) / Drone Operator Policy
Commonly referred to as 'drones', a RPA can be used at a CAMS permitted event providing the RPA is operated within the guidelines of the CAMS policy.
Click here to view more information on the Drone Operator Policy.