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Race Licences
21-07-2014, 07:31 PM
Post: #1
Race Licences
Everyone is getting much better at this, but race licences are still a stumbling point during event sign up.

While applying for a licence directly to AASA or CAMS is preferred; as an affiliated motor sports club we are allowed to take and pass on applications for new licences, but we cannot renew old licences or chase up the status of your application.

Much like your road licence, your race licence is your responsibility. If you want to race at an affiliated event; you need to present a current race licence. Simply saying "I bought one from you last time" isn't good enough as we need to sight the licence and record the number/expiry for insurance purposes.

If you're unsure of your application status because you haven't received a physical licence yet please contact AASA or CAMS (depending on which licence you purchased) in advance and provide them the details of when you bought it; event name and date, which club issued it, etc.

But make sure you don't leave it too late as both companies can take some time to process these. We will however accept an official statement of your licence number/expiry date from them if they cannot get the licence to you in time for the next event.

It's best to ring AASA for a response, but CAMS are usually quite good with email.

http://australianautosportalliance.com/contact-us
https://www.cams.com.au/about/administration/contact-us
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19-05-2015, 08:03 PM
Post: #2
RE: Race Licences
Hi
I've been away for a while,
Have just renewed cams licence, have renewed FNQ membership
One question Do we get sent a club member card so that if I go to another club event to show them when registering ?
Cheers craig obrien






='Derek' pid='333' dateline='1405935067']
Everyone is getting much better at this, but race licences are still a stumbling point during event sign up.

While applying for a licence directly to AASA or CAMS is preferred; as an affiliated motor sports club we are allowed to take and pass on applications for new licences, but we cannot renew old licences or chase up the status of your application.

Much like your road licence, your race licence is your responsibility. If you want to race at an affiliated event; you need to present a current race licence. Simply saying "I bought one from you last time" isn't good enough as we need to sight the licence and record the number/expiry for insurance purposes.

If you're unsure of your application status because you haven't received a physical licence yet please contact AASA or CAMS (depending on which licence you purchased) in advance and provide them the details of when you bought it; event name and date, which club issued it, etc.

But make sure you don't leave it too late as both companies can take some time to process these. We will however accept an official statement of your licence number/expiry date from them if they cannot get the licence to you in time for the next event.

It's best to ring AASA for a response, but CAMS are usually quite good with email.

http://australianautosportalliance.com/contact-us
https://www.cams.com.au/about/administration/contact-us
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13-07-2015, 09:02 PM
Post: #3
RE: Race Licences
Hi Craig, apologies for the late reply.
Club membership cards are an item for discussion t our upcoming club meeting this Wednesday night, feel free to come along if you are in the area. 7pm Wednesday, 22 Hannam St, Westcourt.


(19-05-2015 08:03 PM)Craig Wrote:  Hi
I've been away for a while,
Have just renewed cams licence, have renewed FNQ membership
One question Do we get sent a club member card so that if I go to another club event to show them when registering ?
Cheers craig obrien






='Derek' pid='333' dateline='1405935067']
Everyone is getting much better at this, but race licences are still a stumbling point during event sign up.

While applying for a licence directly to AASA or CAMS is preferred; as an affiliated motor sports club we are allowed to take and pass on applications for new licences, but we cannot renew old licences or chase up the status of your application.

Much like your road licence, your race licence is your responsibility. If you want to race at an affiliated event; you need to present a current race licence. Simply saying "I bought one from you last time" isn't good enough as we need to sight the licence and record the number/expiry for insurance purposes.

If you're unsure of your application status because you haven't received a physical licence yet please contact AASA or CAMS (depending on which licence you purchased) in advance and provide them the details of when you bought it; event name and date, which club issued it, etc.

But make sure you don't leave it too late as both companies can take some time to process these. We will however accept an official statement of your licence number/expiry date from them if they cannot get the licence to you in time for the next event.

It's best to ring AASA for a response, but CAMS are usually quite good with email.

http://australianautosportalliance.com/contact-us
https://www.cams.com.au/about/administration/contact-us


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17-07-2015, 11:45 PM
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RE: Race Licences
Re- Club membership cards.

We will revisit this issue in the upcoming months leading up to the 2016 season. So far we are investigating a new register in which to issue club members a new club membership number and card, as opposed to the old system where your club membership number was the same as your CAMS member number.
For the interim if you need a club membership to present to out of town events please contact us to arrange a temporary card.
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