Posted by Matthew Mac Partlin on Monday, October 3, 2011

Earlier this year, the National Medical Advisory Council, which acts as an advisory body to CAMS on medical matters as they relate to motor sports, reviewed the medical services and requirements component of the CAMS General Regulations, which are located in the CAMS Manual of Motor Sport (

The document details personnel, vehicle and equipment requirements, along with the formulation and submission of the Medical Response Plan, for the various levels of competition in Australia. In general there were no significant changes to requirements or procedure. Instead, efforts were made to standardise terminology, bringing it in line with national medical and paramedical standards and FIA standards, which has resulted in re-wording of portions of the document.