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Recognise the best-of-the-best

Tuesday 20 August, 2019
The 2019 CAMS National Motor Sport Awards presented by Burson Auto Parts will be held in February.

Nominations for the 2019 CAMS National Motor Sport Awards, presented by Burson Auto Parts, are now open.

Each year, these iconic awards recognise those in our sport going above and beyond – highlighting the outstanding achievements across all disciplines and levels both as competitors and those who work tirelessly behind the scenes.

Click here to nominate.

Nominations for the Castrol National Official and Castrol State Official of the Year Award are also now open, with all officials eligible to win the prestigious awards which highlight the efforts of those officials who dedicate significant time to ensuring motor sport can continue to thrive.

A host of awards will be presented including, the Donald Thomson Award – an award which recognises individuals who have brought credit to the sport by way of a spontaneous act of selflessness and consideration for others – the Peter Brock Medal – awarded annually to a driver who has shown similar characteristics to the late Peter Brock AM and the Sir Jack Brabham Award – recognising outstanding achievement and success by an Australian motor sport competitor at an international level.

Nominations for the Service Star, the Service Award and Young Driver of the Year are also being accepted.

All nominations must be received by 7 October, 2019.

Meanwhile, members of the motor sport media are also being encouraged to nominate their work as part of the annual Media Awards. This can include podcasts, photographs, traditional news stories, as well as video and TV pieces.

Media Awards nominations must be received by 6 December, 2019.

For a full list of awards, nominations forms, and to view past winners, click here.

The 2019 CAMS National Motor Sport Awards presented by Burson Auto Parts will be held on Saturday 29 February, 2020, at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Ticketing information will be available shortly.

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