CAMS wishes to congratulate Nick Percat on his victory in the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 on Sunday along with teammate Garth Tander.
CAMS was pleased to announce Nick as one of its Illicit Drugs in Sport (IDiS) Role Models in August this year, following his demonstrated commitment to both his sport and life, with hard work and determination underpinned by a strong anti-drugs ethos.
The CAMS IDiS Program, as part of an initiative by the Australian Federal Government, has a strong focus on utilising Role Models like Nick to provide a positive example to their sport and peers, by both their on-track and off-track actions.
Nick at just 23, became one of a select few in the history of Bathurst to win the gruelling 1000km race on debut, and he is the first to achieve the feat in over 30 years. Nick’s performance is a fantastic reward for all of the hard work, commitment and effort it takes to be able to compete and win at Bathurst, in motor sport and in life.
For more information on the CAMS IDiS Program please visit http://cams.com.au/en/Safety/Illicit_Drugs_in_Sport.aspx or contact the Project Coordinator, Shawn Graetz, on 1300 883 959 or [email protected]