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Driver Medicals CAMS
The Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) is the licensing body for motor vehicle racing in Australia. Most of the CAMS issue motor sport licenses require a medical examination to confirm your fitness to drive.
CAMS require certain medical standards to be met to ensure the safety of the driver, support team and spectators. Motor racing is a demanding and dangerous sport and CAMS must ensure everyone involved is capable of driving safely.
Depending on the type of license, some or all of the following are required:
- General examination
- Medical history
- Total Cholesterol
- HDL Cholesterol
- Resting ECG
- Eyesight test
CAMS require a medical examination on application for or renewal of a license. Participants aged 45 or over are required to renew their medical examination every two years.
If a Speedway Australia License is required, CAMS Medical examinations must be completed every five years, regardless of age.