Women of Australian Motor Sport (WAMS) was founded in 2010 to act as an interface with the FIA Women & Motor Sport Commission (WMC).
Our mission is to increase female participation in all disciplines and positions within motor sport in Australia.
This includes (but is not limited to) disciplines such as circuit racing, drag racing, speedway, rally, off road, drifting, motorkhana/khana, autocross, hillclimbing, sprints and positions such as competitors, engineers, mechanics, pit crew, media personnel, administrators and officials.
WAMS 2015 Committee Nominations are now open
Nominations to join the WAMS Committee are open until Friday November 7th, 2014. The positions are for a 12 month period. If you want to be part of the Committee feel you would be a valuable asset to WAMS, please complete the form. Full details can be found here
CAMS Elite Academy Camp video
WAMS Junior Development Scholarship recipient Tayla Dicker recently took part at the CAMS Elite Drivers Camp in Wodonga. Take a look at the snippet video by CAMS here
Share your story – Women in Australian Motor Sport Profiles
If you would like to complete our Women in Australian Motor Sport Profile form, simply head to the Get involved section on our website where you can download, complete and return the form along with an acceptable photograph.
WAMS 2014 Officials Exchange recipient Travel blog..
The second annual Women of Australian Motor Sport (WAMS) Senior Officials Exchange Program has been successfully completed after NSW official Trisha Davidson spent a weekend officiating at the Formula 1® Singapore Grand Prix in September. You can read about her experience here
WAMS thanks you!
New Partnership presents new opportunities.
The Women of Australian Motor Sport Committee (WAMS) has announced an alliance with the automotive industry to encourage and support women to take up auto and motor sports trades, to help address a critical skills shortage. The campaign also aims to showcase females already working in these industries, to highlight possible career paths.
The campaign and WAMS’ participation was announced to coincide with International Women’s Day, Saturday 8 March 2014. The theme this year isInspiring Change and the Women in Auto Trades campaign aligns with our organisation’s vision to increase female participation across all disciplines within motor sport.
The full article can be seen here