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Targa Tasmania

6-11 May 2014 - details
Entry List  |  Course

Targa Wrest Point

1-2 February 2014 - details
Entry List  |  Course  |  Event Program  |  Results

Targa Adelaide

17-21 September 2014 - details

Targa High Country

7-9 November 2014 - details

Jaguar on board as Targa Sponsor!

Targa Australia is pleased to welcome Jaguar Australia on board as an official Event Partner for Targa Tasmania 2014.

After supplying course cars in the past 3 rounds of the CAMS Australian Targa Championship, Jaguar Australia has formalised its association with the Targa Australia events.

Jaguar supplied 0A, 0B, 00 and 999 cars for Targa Wrest Point earlier this year, as well as Targa High Country - held in and around Mansfield and Mt Buller - and also Targa Adelaide, both held in 2013.

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RDA BRAKES - Targa Support for 10 Years Running

RDA-EBC BRAKES is a long time sponsor of many motoring events around Australia, covering road tarmac events with Targa Australia, track racing with Aussie Race Cars, Commodore Cup, Saloon cars, various owners' clubs, drifting entrants, and rallying competitors.  2014 now sees their 10th years of continuing support of Targa Tasmania.

Rotors & Drums Australia (RDA) has the widest range of disc rotors and brake drums in Australia along with a huge array of matching brake pads and shoes to suit all situations – all available through a vast network of 980 distributors around the country.

Initially a small sponsor of the one competition car entry with seasoned campaigners Matt and Casey Close, RDA Brakes has grown to become a Major Sponsor of the entire Targa series and now also sponsors well known competitors Phil Blake and Adam Spence.

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Mac Makes it 22 Straight

Targa Tasmania will be held for the 23rd consecutive time this year, and one man from the state’s north west, Mac Russell, has done all but one of them.
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Tasmania’s East Coast named as Australia’s best driving holiday

Targa Tasmania covers many of the State's iconic and scenic roads including travelling down the eastern coastline via a lunch stop in St Helens.  The drive along Tasmania’s East Coast has just beaten other iconic Australian road trips (including the world-famous Great Ocean Road and the crossing of the Nullarbor) to take the number 2 spot in Australian Traveller’s 100 Greatest Australian Holidays for 2014.

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