High Country success ensure bright Targa future
Tasmanians Eddie Maguire and Peter Nunn were the big winners from this month’s Targa High Country, which was held in Victoria’s north-east from November 7 to 9.
Motorsport's mighty impact revealed
Did you know Australian motor sport contributes $2.7 Billion to the Australian economy?
This and other important statistics have come from an independent report commissioned by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS), the custodian of motor sport in Australia.
CAMS has today made public findings from the report into the economic impact of motor sport in Australia, compiled by multinational professional services firm Ernst & Young.
CAMS commissioned the report last year and CAMS President Andrew Papadopoulos is proud to reveal to the Australian public the exciting nature of its contents, which show Australian motor sport to be the silent achiever.
Papadopoulos stated: “We wanted to know what the total impact of the industry is so we can better advocate on behalf of clubs, venues, members, and the industry. CAMS is the administrator, developer, promoter and regulator of four wheeled motor sport in Australia and we felt it was time to finally confirm our long held belief about just how much motor sport matters financially.”
The results are in for the My Favourite Targa Car photo competition!
Thanks to everyone who participated and also to our great partner The Delatite Hotel in Mansfield #delatitehotel New owners, great meals, beer garden & a happy hour 5-6pm daily! Like their page to keep in the loop of offers and what's on.
Targa High Country coverage on 7mate this Sunday 12 noon!
Don't miss all the action of the 5th anniversary Targa High Country as cars take on stages around Euroa, Mansfield and Mt Buller.
Be watching 7mate on Sunday 23rd November, 12:00pm - 1:00pm.
DVD on sale soon.
"A field of classic and modern cars battle one of Australia's most gruelling motorsports."