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CAMS offers sportscar owners an easy way to get on track

CAMS is keen to tempt car enthusiasts into enjoying their cars on tracks by continuing its successful “Come and Try” programme for 2015.

Ever wanted to have a go on a racetrack?  Been put off by the risk and expense?  Then you should attend a CAMS “Come and Try” training event.  These are novice-level sessions that mix theory and practical to introduce you to the basics of motorsport.  All you need is a roadworthy car and a motorsports helmet, and not even that for motorkhanas.

You can find a list of events near you here:

http://www.cams.com.au/get-involved/events/come-and-try-days

And for Victorians, there’s this on the 12th of December 2015:

C&T-12-12-2015

 Here’s some quotes from C&T graduates:

“C&T highly recommended for the members, best, cheapest, safest introduction into motorsport you could hope for”
 
“After doing the Phillip island come and try on Sunday, I found all the info and instruction easy to understand and extremely helpful both in the briefing room and on the fly with the instructor. They were highly encouraging and very clear in their tips. I would do it again if I could. 10/10”
 
“I found the instruction invaluable. My instructor was patient and taught me speed through smoothness, the right lines to take through a corner, and to look ahead. At no point did I feel pressured, I was allowed time to learn. I had so much more confidence going into a Sprint day after having done a C&T day on the same track earlier in the year. All the instruction came back to me.”
 
“Just did the C&T at Philip Island this past Sunday, awesome day and recommend to everyone in the club to do it !”

And here’s a CAMS video of a C&T day run by the MSCA.  You may spot the Practical Motoring Toyota 86

You might also like to read our guide to track days.


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Robert Pepper

Robert Pepper