It is with great sadness & regret that we advise you of the recent passing of one of our club members Sue Zettl. Sue was not only a valued member of the Hunter Valley Off Road Racing Assoc, she was a long time member of SORRA & represented NSW on the AORCOM. She was a member of the NSW Off Road Panel as well as organising the point score for the NSWORC. On behalf of all HVORRA members we send our deepest condolences to Sue’s husband Werner, their daughters and family.
Please see the product recall news item recently added to the CAMS website:-
Pleased to announce some exciting news regarding the CAMS’ partnership with Channel 7.
The article can be located on the CAMS site HERE.
The 2018 CAMS BFGoodrich Australian Off Road Championship Sporting Regulations have officially been published on the CAMS site located HERE.
A CAMS publication will be uploaded early next week and the Sporting Regulations will also be published onto the AORC website.
I wish to bring to your attention the petition that CAMS has put forward regarding the delivery of a dedicated driver education program in secondary schools for students.
I would ask that the below link is distributed to your club’s membership, to provide them with the opportunity to show their support for such a program:-
The more signatures on the petition, the stronger case there is for such a program to be launched in secondary schools. At this stage, the program is only set to be rolled out in New South Wales, if it is successful, it would then be proposed to be expanded to other jurisdictions.
If there are any questions arising from the above information, please feel free to contact me.
CAMS has today confirmed details surrounding the ineligibility of the Genuine Yamaha Racing (GYTR®) Turbo kit which is currently available for the Yamaha YZX, and offered as a dealer fitted optional extra.
The link to the CAMS published article can be found HERE.
Could I ask that the article be forwarded to competitors, clubs and the wider off road community.
CAMS recently reviewed changes made to the Off Road Single Event (ORSE) licence application process that was introduced for 2018 and can today confirm these changes will be rolled back.
After taking on board the feedback received from clubs and event organisers, CAMS can confirm those changes have now been rescinded and it will again be possible to apply for ORSE licences at an event, and without the need to complete pre-licence training.
The decision to revert back to the model used previously was based largely around the impracticality of the new process as well as consultation with various stakeholders, whose valued input is taken seriously by CAMS.
ORSE licence forms will again be made available on request to clubs and organisers wishing to permit the use of single event licences at their events.
If you have any queries about these changes, please contact CAMS on 1300 883 959 or via email: email@example.com.
HVORRA would like to congratulate Marion, Maurie and Robyn for their awards received at the 2017 CAMS Presentation Evening on Saturday.
Marion Baxter received the inaugural Judith Ray Award for Administrators for her contribution to MotorSport. Marion is a very worthy recipient of this award and we are very proud of her achievement.
Maurie and Robyn received the CAMS Service Award for their contribution to Off Road Racing. This award topped off a very successful month for the Fullers after Maurie received the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) on Australia Day which was a very deserving Award for his ongoing volunteer work in the Kempsey District.
The dedication and commitment of these three award recipients is very much appreciated throughout the NSWORC.
HVORRA would like to congratulate Maurie Fuller on receiving the OAM (Order of Australia Medal) for work in the Kempsey Macleay community area and Services to Motor Sports.
Next Working Bee: TBA
Next Club Meeting: 27th June 2018, Singleton Diggers Club at 7:30pm
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