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Colin Osborne, President of the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport, has advised that he will not be seeking re-appointment as President of CAMS at the end of his current term, which expires on 31 December 2008.

Mr Osborne was first appointed to the Board of CAMS in 1990 and has served in the role of President for the last seven and a half years. During his Presidency he has provided decisive chairmanship of the Board and strong leadership to the broader organisation.

During his time on the Board and particularly during his Presidency, the organisation has secured some very significant achievements whilst at the same time being confronted by a range of substantial challenges.

Mr Osborne has cited a range of professional issues that have prompted his decision, yet he remains committed to the ongoing development of motorsport in Australia and will continue his active involvement with the broader motor sport community.

“It has been both an enjoyable and challenging privilege to have served the sport in various roles, and particularly as President,” said Osborne.

“Looking back on the last few years, I think the organisation can be very proud of some of its achievements in what can only be described as challenging times. My successor, and the organisation, will continue to have my strong support and I look forward to other opportunities to contribute to motor sport in Australia in whatever meaningful way I can.”

Nominations for the Presidency close on Friday 28 November 2008, with an election to be held at the CAMS Board meeting on 12 December 2008
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