Australian Auto Sport Alliance

The Australian Auto Sport Alliance (AASA) is an organization formed to promote and administer motorsport in Australia. The AASA formed due to dissatisfaction with the governing body of Australian motorsport, CAMS, and organizes race meetings independent of CAMS.

Classes of motor racing that have changed over to the AASA include Formula 4000 among others and the Australian Motor Racing Series(AMRS) is run by the AASA.

In 2007 the AASA will be moving to promote motorcycle road racing as well as car racing in Queensland. On the 28-29 April a meeting took place at Queensland Raceway for cars and motorcycles.

External references

* [http://www.australianautosportalliance.com AASA]
* [http://www.amrs.net.au AMRS]
* [http://www.formula4000.com Formula 3000V6]


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