Speedway Australia Medical Standards
Beginning in 2012, Speedway Australia offers licence applicants the choice of submitting a Speedway Australia medical examination, or a CAMS medical examination (not required for officials or mechanics).
All applicants (including officials and mechanics) must submit a health statement.
For drivers UNDER 40 years of age, a medical examination is required;
- every 2 years if submitting a Speedway Australia Medical, or
- every 5 years if submitting a CAMS Medical
For drivers 40 years of age and over, a medical examination is required annually.
In all cases, the medical examination must be completed no more than 3 months prior to the date of application.
Please note, SCCA and Wingless Sprint drivers are required to supply a new medical examination every year regardless of age, as per the SCCA rule book.
Speedway Australia licence applicants may now choose to submit a CAMS Medical Examination Record in lieu of the Speedway Australia Medical Examination.
The CAMS Medical Examination is only required every 5 years due to the more comprehensive nature of the examination, provided the applicant satisfies the following conditions below.
Conditions of CAMS Medical:
- must be under the age of 40 years,
- must be applying for an A, B, ASCF/SSA or JD Licence.
AA licence applicants must submit a Speedway Australia or CAMS Medical every 2 years (Sprintcars and Wingless Sprints annually).
DOWNLOAD HERE: Medical Standards (PDF)