Papadopoulos re-elected as CAMS president
Andrew Papadopoulos has been re-elected as president of the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport.
Unopposed during the election process, Papadopoulos has secured a further three-year term in the role he has held since 2009.
“It is truly an honour to be CAMS President and to be re-elected for a further three years is very humbling,” said Papadopoulos.
“It’s an exciting time to be part of motor sport – there is strong growth at the grassroots level, with a record number of affiliated clubs, and we are regularly seeing an increase in the number of licence holders across Australia.
“This certainly illustrates that there are many positives for us as a sport to celebrate.
“Of course, motor sport always presents its challenges which we as a Board continue to work through but there’s no doubt the sport is in a strong position, as is CAMS itself.
“We know there is plenty of work still to do and the entire CAMS Board and all our dedicated staff and volunteers are committed to ensuring motor sport in Australia goes from strength-to-strength.”
CAMS has also confirmed that board members Tony South and Graeme Emerton were also re-elected as Vice Presidents for another 12 months.