Performance cars of old face Targa showdown
Many of them were once the performance cars motoring enthusiasts dreamed of owning, and now, with the passing of time, they’ve become more affordable and part of one of Targa Tasmania’s most popular categories - Early Modern.
Targa High Country Early Bird
Targa High Country Early Bird pricing closes this Friday the 17th April.
Dates 6 - 8 November 2015
Targa High Country was first run in 2010 and now attracts an average field of 200 entries due to its challenging yet scenic roads, as well as being such an easily accessible region.
Based less than 3 hours from Melbourne, Targa High Country is based on top of Victoria's most popular Ski Resort, Mt Buller, some 1,800 meters above sea level. In summer the road to the summit masquerades as one of the most exciting hill climbs in the country and is the gateway to the other rally stages.
In 2015, this event will be held over 3 full days and takes in 22 stages, including the ever-popular Mansfield town stage through the streets of Mansfield centre in front of thousands of fans. Having this event based on Mt Buller offers a unique experience, both on the course and on the mountain.
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Could this be your opportunity to revel in your Glory, stand on a podium after 3 massive days of Tarmac Rally? Just like 2014 Modern Winners Eddie Maguire and Steve Glenney in this Southern Cross clip?
10% discount for RACT Auto Club Members
As an Auto Club member, you receive 10% off the public rate all year round at Tasmania's most beloved regional destinations of Cradle Mountain Hotel, Freycinet Lodge and Strahan Village.
Plus, when you need a home away from home in our glorious capital city, you'll receive 25% off at the RACT/RACV Hobart Apartment Hotel.
Grant Denyer Confirmed for Targa Tasmania
Television personality and accomplished racing car driver Grant Denyer today confirmed he will be a starter in this year’s Targa Tasmania, which gets underway on April 27th.
Denyer will be driving a Renault Megane RS265 for Team Buckby Renault in the Showroom Class of this year’s event.
Denyer, who won the same class in 2013, described Targa Tasmania as one of the best tarmac rallies in the world.
In another coup for Targa Tasmania, Denyer will be teaming up with Alex Gelsomino, one of the worlds most respected co-drivers. Italian born Gelsomino, has been co-driving for American Ken Block in the World Rally Championship. Block is one of the most recognisable and exciting competitors in world motorsport.
Both Denyer and Gelsomino are currently in Tasmania testing the vehicle and familiarising themselves with the course.