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Various categories across Australia and New Zealand will also be eligible for CAMS Superlicence points, with the Supercars and Australian Formula 4 championships already eligible for FIA Superlicence points.“Supercars and Formula 4 drivers are already recognised under the FIA Superlicence structure, which will also be matched under a CAMS Superlicence,” Smith said.“A CAMS Superlicence acknowledges relevant categories for both young drivers and newcomers to the sport to gain critical experience before getting behind the wheel of powerful machinery.I know this is naughty but it looks like one of the old French guillotines in the foreground. Might have acted as warning to them; helped focus the mind & soften to heart, to remember the people of their countries (i'm sure they all were doing)!!! Copied from Times Of Malta https:// a site-specific project forming part of the Malta International Arts Festival, takes the stage off the ground and creates a performance that allows multiple viewing perspectives.Cammy is the world’s only home alarm that guarantees no false alarms.With easy to set up Wi-Fi cameras and smart person detection, Cammy is simple to use and only alerts you when a person is detected on camera.It marks a collaboration project between Daniel Cauchi and dand Dlab design laboratory, and is performed by the Big Band Brothers.
CAMS General Manager of Motor Sport Michael Smith explained that currently, Supercars drivers require a minimum International Circuit C Racing Licence to compete in the championship.“Given that Supercars were recently included to the FIA Superlicence structure by the World Motor Sport Council, it was appropriate for CAMS to follow suit and implement a similar structure locally,” Smith said.“Locally, CAMS has observed an increase in the number of young and inexperienced drivers racing powerful machinery in advanced categories of motor sport.“Along with Supercars, we have raised concerns of a heightened level of risk.
The CAMS Superlicence is intended to maintain the highest safety and driving standards across our sport.“We have seen a similar case in Formula 1 where a driver is now required to have accumulated a number of FIA Superlicence points in junior categories and be over the age of 18 to be eligible to race.”CAMS, the Australian Motor Racing Commission and Supercars have agreed that a more robust system needs to be in place for young drivers to develop experience in lower categories before being eligible to compete at a professional level.“The progressions through karting, junior formulae and then into the Supercars Dunlop Series and Virgin Australia Supercars Championship are quite dramatic, and in conjunction with CAMS we’ve worked on the Superlicence concept to ensure that young drivers are as prepared as possible when making these progressions,” Supercars Technical Director David Stuart said.“Supercars are fast, powerful cars, and quite dramatically different to anything else a young driver will be exposed to as they progress up the motor sport ladder.