Successfully completing an Observed Licence Test is a critical component of receiving your racing licence.

It gives you the opportunity to show you have a basic understanding and knowledge of manoeuvring a vehicle at high speeds to ensure the safety of yourself and others.

CAMS approved instructors observe your ability under modified race conditions, with OLTs held throughout the year.

Step One

Submit your CAMS Licence application, with a completed Medical.

Get your Medical form

Step Two

CAMS will send you an email with an Online Lecture to complete. A Pre-Licence Authority will allow you to participate in an OLT to complete your application.

Step Three

See an OLT date, or contact a CAMS accredited private provider.

VICFriday 1
VICFriday 19
NSWState Race Meetings (Friday)Sydney Motor Sport Park &
Wakefield Park
(02) 8736 1218
QLDState Race MeetingsMorgan 
SAState Race MeetingsMallalaRegister for a race meeting 
TASState Race Meetings



WAState Race Meetings



(08) 9306 8022

(08) 9734 7477


Obtaining a licence without an OLT

To obtain a Provisional Circuit licence without completing an OLT, you must have completed either (only CAMS events)

• Five super sprints, or regularity, within two years
• Two tarmac rally events within two years
• Or hold a Karting Australia B Grade licence or higher, or hold a CAMS NSK/ISKC licence.

If you have done the above, send your application and a copy of your five (5) results to our member service team and state that it is to go towards your application. After which you will need to complete the online circuit lecture which will be forwarded to you.

Note: To obtain NC after your receive your PC you will need to complete three (3) race meets and track side participation.


OLT for Rally, Off Road and Superkarts

Off Road (NO and NOJ licences)

Your OLT is completed at the Prologue of an event, with the PLA signed by Clerk of the Course.

Rally (NR, CR and NRJ licences)

An OLT is required if you are under 25 years of age. It is conducted by entering two Non-Speed or Speed events, with the PLA signed by the Clerk of the Course.

Superkart (PSK and PSKJ licences)

An OLT is conducted at a Superkart event, usually completed during qualifying. The PLA is to be signed by the Clerk of the Course.


Approved Private Operators for a CAMS Observed Licence Test

New South Wales

Please be aware that OLTs which are not conducted at an official CAMS permitted event are not sanctioned or conducted by CAMS, even where conducted by a CAMS approved OLT provider. OLT applicants at such events are not covered by CAMS insurance and it is the responsibility of each OLT applicant to assume the risk of participating in that activity. CAMS assumes no responsibility for any loss or damage which may be suffered by an OLT applicant as a result of their participation.