Getting Involved as a Competitor
The Albany Classic hosts two events over two days on the June long weekend including:
Certain criteria are required for vehicle and driver eligibility. See the historics and regularity event links at www.cams.com.au
Albany Mount Clarence Hill Climb Supplementary regulations
Albany Classic Round The Houses Supplementary regulations
Albany Classic Round The Houses Entry Form
See you around the track!
Class of Vehicles and Eligibility
The Confederation of Australian Motorsport (CAMS) has been the custodian of motor sport for over 50 years and is responsible for the conduct of the majority of 4 wheel motorsport disciplines including historic regularity and hill climb type speed events.
To compete in the historics you will need an acceptable historic car and the appropriate CAMS competition licence. The Albany events all require a minimum L2S or ‘Level 2 Speed’ license. Most historic groups require a car to have a competition history in the relevant historic era, whilst for others its not required.
Hill Climbs – Speed Event
Sprint events & hill climbs are the perfect way for the casual enthusiast to get involved in motorsport or for the uber competitive to chase fractions of a second on a run to the top. Hill Climbs are speed events and not being run purpose designed circuits carry and extra element of risk due to often minimal runoff area.
The Albany Events
The Hill Climb on Mount Clarence is a speed event open to a variety of cars. If these events are over-subscribed preference is given to vintage and classic cars.
The ‘Round-The-Houses event is a historic regularity event (not an all-out race) and is restricted to vintage and classic vehicles that meet the CAMS requirements. All advertising on historic vehicles is strictly prohibited unless it is authentic to the vehicle as it raced historically.
In all cases all cars must meet strict safety requirements and be subject to scrutineers prior to being allowed to compete.
For more information visit www.cams.com.au