The Australian Historic Motor Sport Commission (AHMSC) is a body appointed by the Board of CAMS to manage historic motor sport and advise on all related matters.
It is responsible for all historic matters and the advancement of the interests of historic enthusiasts and competitors. It is empowered by CAMS to produce and manage the historic business plan in accordance with the AHMSC Policy Statement and within parameters defined by CAMS.
One aspect of the Commission’s activities is dealing with the eligibility of historic cars. For this purpose, the Commission has established the Historic Eligibility Committee (HEC) and Historic Production-based Eligibility Committee (HPBEC). Each State has resident Eligibility Officers whose job, in the first instance, is to inspect and categorise all cars for which application has been made for an Historic Log Book and Certificate of Description.
All the members of the AHMSC and the Eligibility Committees serve on a voluntary basis and do so solely in the interests of regulating and fostering historic racing and other events involving historic cars.
Australian Historic Motor Sport Commission
Chairman – Bob Cracknell (VIC)
Bill Cutler (VIC)
Craig Trenham (TAS)
John Bryant (SA)
John Van Leeuwen (WA)
Alan Don (QLD)
Edward Gavin (NSW)
Representative for Groups F, P, Q, R - Peter Addision
HEC Chairman - Bryan Miller
HPBEC Chairman - Bruce Richards
Board Appointed - Bob Harborow
FIA HMSC Representative – Paul Hamilton
Historic Portfolio Holder, CAMS Board – Norman Gowers