The Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) and MotorSports NT (MSNT) have further cemented their partnership and will continue to work closely on a number of projects in the future.

The recognition of Territorian champions within the Territory is one of those projects CAMS and MSNT had discussed, with confirmation a Motor Sports NT Awards night will be held in the next 12 months.

Both organisations have now agreed there was a need to recognise the Champions of NT motor sport in the Territory.

Darwin Karting Assoc member, Darren Elliot received the 2017 MotorSports NT Volunteer of the Year Award recently. Darren has been the Social Officer the past 2 years.  He has also been a great help on the committee with a willingness to help out at all times with organising club events and a number of raffles. Darren is just a lovely and helpful member of Darwin Karting Association.

Top End Moto Cross Club member, Pieter Beukes, was awarded the 2017 MotorSports NT Volunteer of the Year Award at their recent club presentation. Pieter received the award for consistently investing many hours of his own time and often late at night assisting in getting the track ready for race meets.

Pieter beukes

Central Australian Drag Racing Association Treasurer, Helen Mills, was awarded the 2017 MotorSports NT Volunteer of the Year Award at their recent club presentation night. Helen became Treasurer in 2015 and has worked extremely hard to put CADRA back on its feet financially. She is also CADRA's licensee, organises their canteen, organises and maintains the club merchandise and stock. Helen isn't afraid to work alongside 'the boys' at working bees and is always friendly and approachable. She has been a solid, hardworking team member for the past 3 years.

helen mills

Central Australian Rally Sports Club President, Phillip Kerr, was awarded the 2017 MotorSports NT Volunteer of the Year Award at their recent club presentation. Phillip received the award for his tireless work before every club event that goes far beyond his duties and responsibilities as Club President. He is always busy, either setting the course, prepping the track surface or stepping out of competing to make sure everything runs smoothly for events.

phil kerr

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