In keeping with accepted practice by most sporting authorities in the world the CAMS Board has determined that decisions with respect to licence suspensions or disqualifications should be published. This is both a matter of good governance and transparency. Most importantly, it ensures that the various stakeholders in the sport, particularly event organisers, are aware of licence suspensions and disqualifications.
Accordingly, from 1 August 2014, CAMS will publish on our website the following:
a. First and last name of affected individual.b. Penalty imposed.c. Duration of penalty.
The licences of the following individuals have been suspended or disqualified:
Jason O'Mara: Suspension (until 21 June, 2019) & Fine (suspended until 31 December, 2019)Oscar Ciernohorsky: Suspension (Indefinite)Ben Collett: Suspension & Fine (Indefinite)Jack Dunn: Suspension (Indefinite)Adrian Menzel: Suspension (Indefinite)Jason Reading: Suspension (Indefinite)Paul Phillips: Suspension (Indefinite)
A motor sport Chaplain attends a motor sport event as a pastoral care person (“people carer”) to be available for any personal or administrative matter that is deemed helpful for the running of the event. This may be with race team members, race officials on track, support staff, or others.
This policy applies to all CAMS Officials under 18 years of age.
Click here to download the CAMS Junior Officials Policy