CAMS Forms & Information

CAMS Permit Application for Speed Events

This form must be used for the application of an event organising permit pursuant to CAMS National Competition Rule (NCR) 64 and must be lodged at least ONE MONTH PRIOR to the proposed date of
competition, together with a draft of Supplementary Regulations, entry form and related fees. Please click here to download this form.

CAMS CAMS Officials Sign On Sheet

This form must be completed by all officials at all events. For persons under 18 years of age, an individual disclaimer must also be completed, including the parental/guardian consent, and lodged with the event organiser. Please click here to download this form.

CAMS Officials Under 18yo Disclaimer

This form must be completed by all Officials under 18 years of age at all events, and lodged with the event organiser. Please click here to download this form.

CAMS Entry Form for Speed Events

This form may be used if your Club is not using the CAMS Event Entry system and doesn’t have its own Entry Form Template. The information contained in this form is required for CAMS Permit approval. Please click here to download this form.

State Championship Forms & Information

CAMS NSW Supersprint Guidelines SSP 01

CAMS NSW Supersprint Guidelines SSP 01 contains information for CAMS affiliated car clubs that may be required to organise an event.

These Guidelines cover club, multi-club and state level events. They are not mandatory but have been constructed using the best practices based on many years of supersprinting experience.

Topics covered include pre-event planning and on the day requirements & organisation plus other important information such as maximum track densities, group sizes and so on.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 01 CAMS NSW Supersprint Guidelines

CAMS NSW Supersprint Sporting Regulations SSP 02

The 2017 CAMS NSW Supersprint Sporting Regulations SSP 02 define the parameters under which the Championship is run. It covers the structure of the Championship, eligibility of cars and drivers, point scoring, awards and so on.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 02 2017 Sporting Regulations

CAMS NSW Supersprint Technical Regulations SSP 03

The 2017 CAMS NSW Supersprint Technical Regulations SSP 03 are a “must read” for every competitor as they define the Type and Class that the competitors car will compete in. The correct Type and Class decision is crucial as it cannot be changed after the first Round of the Championships has been held. Points are awarded by Type and by Class. If you have any questions about your Class, please contact the Championships Eligibility Officer Kieran Pradeep.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 03 2017 Technical Regulations

CAMS NSW Speed Event Declaration & Disclaimer SSP 05

This disclaimer has been designed specifically for CAMS NSW Speed events (Supersprints & Hill Climb) and must be used if Targeted Scrutiny is in place at the event. This disclaimer protects scrutineers in particular as competitors must declare that the vehicle has been inspected and is in a condition suitable for competition and that the driver is satisfied that the vehicle and equipment is safe for competition. This declaration and inclusion in the Targeted Scrutiny system, after submission of the log book to scrutineering can allow a vehicle to commence competition without further inspection.

This document is highly recommended for use in ALL levels of Supersprinting and Hill Climbs.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 05 CAMS NSW Speed Event Declaration

CAMS NSW Supersprint Supplementary Regulations P1 Template SSP 10

The 2017 CAMS NSW Supersprint Supplementary Regulations P1 Template SSP 10 is Part 1 of a two part document. This document contains the variable information that a host club will need to enter for each Championship Round. This Part 1 template is published in Microsoft Word so that the necessary information can be added as required.

The second part of these Supplementary Regulations is SSP 11 and that document contains all the fixed information that is common to each Round of the Championships. Both Part 1 and Part 2 need to be published by the host club, but only Part 1 will differ between Rounds.

This two part document has been approved by CAMS Event Permits and its use will help fast track your event permit application.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 10 Supplementary Regulations P1 Template

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 11 Supplementary Regulations P2

CAMS NSW Speed Event Scrutineering Check Sheet SSP 21

This sheet has been developed by both the CAMS NSW Supersprint and Scrutiny Panels to assist in maintaining scrutineering consistency between Rounds conducted by different host clubs. The check items are matched to the requirements contained in the Supplementary Regulations above, SSP 10 and SSP 11.

Many host clubs use their own computer generated Scrutineering check documentation. In these cases we recommend that SSP 21B CAMS NSW Speed Scrutineering Check Sheet be copied onto the reverse side of the computer generated document for the scrutineers to use as their check list.

Clubs that are using Targeted Scrutiny at their event can get more information by clicking here.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 21 CAMS NSW Speed Scrutineering Check Sheet

CAMS NSW Speed Event Scrutineering Reference Sheet SSP 20

This reference sheet provides a common check description for each of the check items contained in the Scrutineering Check Sheet SSP 21. It also provides the relevant CAMS Manual or Supplementary Regulations reference to speed up accessing detailed information.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 20 Speed Event Scrutineering Reference Sheet

CAMS NSW Flaggies Briefing Notes SSP 35

These notes have been written to be given to Flag Marshalls at the Officials Briefing. They contain important information that is usually learnt on the job and they are a good training tool as they can be read during competition down time throughout the day.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 35 Flaggies Briefing Notes

Club / Multi-Club Forms & Information

CAMS NSW Supersprint Guidelines SSP 01

CAMS NSW Supersprint Guidelines SSP 01 contains information for CAMS affiliated car clubs that may be required to organise an event.

These Guidelines cover club, multi-club and state level events. They are not mandatory but have been constructed using the best practices based on many years of supersprinting experience.

Topics covered include pre-event planning and on the day requirements & organisation plus other important information such as maximum track densities, group sizes and so on.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 01 CAMS NSW Supersprint Guidelines

CAMS NSW Speed Event Declaration & Disclaimer SSP 05

This disclaimer has been designed specifically for CAMS NSW Speed events (Supersprints & Hill Climb) and must be used if Targeted Scrutiny is in place at the event. This disclaimer protects scrutineers in particular as competitors must declare that the vehicle has been inspected and is in a condition suitable for competition and that the driver is satisfied that the vehicle and equipment is safe for competition. This declaration and inclusion in the Targeted Scrutiny system, after submission of the log book to scrutineering can allow a vehicle to commence competition without further inspection.

This document is highly recommended for use in ALL levels of Supersprinting and Hill Climbs.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 05 CAMS NSW Speed Event Declaration

CAMS NSW Supersprint Supplementary Regulations Template – Club & Multi Club Events SSP 15

The CAMS NSW Supersprint Panel has developed a Supplementary Regulations Template for use in both Club and Multi-club events. This template has been produced in Microsoft Word format so that it can easily be edited to suit each particular organising Club’s event requirements. This template has been approved by CAMS Event Permits and its use will help fast track your event permit application.

Please note that these Supplementary Regulations include section 20 covering Clubs that want to include Targeted Scrutiny in their event. For more information about Targeted Scrutiny please click here.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 15 CAMS NSW Club and MultiClub Supplementary Regulations Template

CAMS NSW Speed Event Scrutineering Check Sheet SSP 21

This sheet has been developed by both the CAMS NSW Supersprint and Scrutiny Panels to assist in maintaining scrutineering consistency between events conducted by different clubs. The check items are matched to the requirements contained in the Supplementary Regulations above, SSP 15.

Many host clubs use their own computer generated Scrutineering check documentation. In these cases we recommend that SSP 21B CAMS NSW Speed Scrutineering Check Sheet be copied onto the reverse side of the computer generated document for the scrutineers to use as their check list.

Clubs that are using Targeted Scrutiny at their event can get more information by clicking here.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 21 CAMS NSW Speed Scrutineering Check Sheet

CAMS NSW Speed Event Scrutineering Reference Sheet SSP 20

This reference sheet provides a common check description for each of the check items contained in the Scrutineering Check Sheet SSP 21. It also provides the relevant CAMS Manual or Supplementary Regulations reference to speed up accessing detailed information.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 20 Speed Event Scrutineering Reference Sheet

CAMS NSW Basic Skills Driver Training Guidelines SSP 30

These guidelines have been drawn up by the NSW Supersprint Panel to assist Clubs in the planning and conduct of safe and effective Driver Training Events.

They are based on the combined experience of the Panel members and current Club activities. They are intended to ensure uniformity in the running of these Events and to give a guide to those who have not run an Event of this nature before.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 30 Basic Skills Driver Training Guidelines

CAMS NSW Basic Skills Driver Training Supplementary Regulations SSP 31

These Supplementary Regulations are in a template format for clubs to use when organising Basic Skills Driver Training events as outlined in SSP 30 above.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 31 Basic Skills Driver Training Supp Regs

CAMS NSW Competition Skills Driver Training Guidelines SSP 32

These guidelines have been drawn up by the NSW Supersprint Panel to assist Clubs in the planning and conduct of safe and effective Driver Training Events.

They are based on the combined experience of the Panel members and current Club activities. They are intended to ensure uniformity in the running of these Events and to give a guide to those who have not run an Event of this nature before.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 32 Competition Skills Driver Training Guidelines

CAMS NSW Competition Skills Driver Training Supplementary Regulations SSP 33

These Supplementary Regulations are in a template format for clubs to use when organising Competition Skills Driver Training events as outlined in SSP 32 above.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 33 Competition Skills Driver Training Supp Regs

CAMS NSW Flaggies Briefing Notes SSP 35

These notes have been written to be given to Flag Marshalls at the Officials Briefing. They contain important information that is usually learnt on the job and they are a good training tool as they can be read during competition down time throughout the day.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 35 Flaggies Briefing Notes

CAMS NSW Electric / Hybrid Vehicles Policy SSP 38

This Policy has been developed as a guideline for Clubs who wish to allow electric or hybrid vehicles to compete in their event. There are requirements for the specific training of officials and for the provision of specific personal protection equipment that need to be put into place prior to including these cars to compete in Club or Multi Club events. 

Electric and Hybrid vehicles are excluded from entering into CAMS NSW Supersprint Championship events until at least the end of 2018. This exclusion will be reviewed for 2019 and the decision will be included in the Technical Regulations for that year.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 38 CAMS NSW Speed Electric Vehicle Policy

National Championship Forms & Information

CAMS Australian Supersprint Championship Sporting Regulations SP 10

The CAMS Manual of Motorsport contains the Sporting Regulations for the conducting of a National Supersprint Championship event.

Please click on the following link to download a copy: SP10_Super_Sprint_SportingRegs_2017

CAMS Australian Supersprint Championship Classes SP 11

The CAMS Manual of Motorsport defines the minimum applicable Classes which must be used when conducting a National Supersprint Championship event.

Please click on the following link to download a copy:  SP11-SpeedEvents-National-Championship-Classes-2017-1