UTE: PROCAR hands series' to CAMS

Statement from Frank Slowiak, Chief Executive Officer, Palmer Group and PROCAR Australia Pty Ltd (Sydney, Friday 30 July) - PROCAR Australia Pty Ltd announces today that it has handed back to the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport ...

Statement from Frank Slowiak, Chief Executive Officer, Palmer Group and PROCAR Australia Pty Ltd

(Sydney, Friday 30 July) - PROCAR Australia Pty Ltd announces today that it has handed back to the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport its management rights to the Nations Cup, GT Performance, V8 BRutes and Production Car motor racing categories and is also transferring to CAMS trademarks and intellectual property for the categories and the Bathurst 24-Hour race.

While this decision has been made with regret, it has been done with the aim of ensuring stability and continuing growth for an invaluable part of Australian motorsport.

The company has every confidence in the ability of CAMS to achieve a positive outcome that will carry on the heritage of the PROCAR categories, the PROCAR Champ Series and the Bathurst 24-Hour.

PROCAR Australia has been promoting and developing production-based motor racing for 10 years and is proud to have contributed to many memorable achievements and witnessed the emergence of many fine drivers.

We would like to acknowledge the strong support of CAMS throughout this time.

We also record our appreciation of Peter Boylan, a long-time PROCAR supporter and competitor who has mostly ably stepped up to the challenge of running the PROCAR Champ Series as interim organiser over the past three months.

-procar.au-

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