CAMS to conduct review of Australian rallying
- 20th August 2013, 11:19am
The popular motor sport of Australian rallying will become the focus of a review by the Australian Institute for Motor Sport Safety (AIMSS) at the request of the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd (CAMS).
In view of the growing profile of rallying and the manner in which it is conducted, CAMS believes that it is an appropriate time to conduct a review of rallying in Australia, with a particular emphasis on ensuring the safety of all participants, including competitors, crews, officials and spectators.
CAMS has appointed AIMSS to conduct a wide ranging inquiry into all forms of rally events in Australia. Terms of Reference are currently being drafted and it is expected that AIMSS will commence the review by the end of August, 2013.
CAMS has been the custodian of motor sport in Australia Since 1953 and AIMSS was founded by CAMS in 2007 to be an independent body for motor sport safety and related research in Australia.
AIMSS works in conjunction with CAMS in an advisory role and is a research partner of the FIA (Federation Internationale de l’Automobile) Institute for Motor Sport Safety and Sustainability to develop safety through research, education and industry liaison.
Many stakeholders in Australian rallying will be approached for the purposes of compiling the best possible review. CAMS is serious about a long, successful, sustained and most importantly, safe future for the sport of rallying in Australia so that a long and proud history can continue.
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