Motorsport Australia is a not-for-profit member-based organisation focused on the development, regulation and administration of motorsport across Australia.
Previously known as the Confederation of Australia Motor Sport (CAMS), Motorsport Australia changed its trading name on 1 January 2020 to better reflect its standing as the peak body for motorsport in Australia.
Motorsport Australia has a proud history and has been the custodian of motorsport in Australia since 1953. The organisation is the Australian delegated National Sporting Authority (ASN) by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), the governing body for world motorsport and the federation of the world’s leading motoring organisations; a responsibility held since 1958.
In early 2020, Motorsport Australia released its new Strategic Plan.
Click here to read the plan and find out about what challenges and growth opportunities await motorsport in the years to come.
Motorsport Australia has updated its 2020-2022 Strategic Plan, acknowledging the changing environment and challenges since the Plan was first introduced.
The overall objectives of the Plan remain the same, however several key strategic projects have been added due to the impact of the ongoing COVID situation, along with feedback from the 2021 Member Survey.
2021 Member Survey
Motorsport Australia has released the results from its recent member survey, with the findings used to deliver updates to the existing Strategic Plan.
Established market research firm TKP conducted the survey in July 2021, which canvassed the views of current licence holders, both officials and competitors, as well as club administrators and lapsed members.