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Regularity wrap – day three

For a team not even going to enter, you’d think you’d be happy in third place in the regularity category, but Jeff Beable just reckons he’s getting confused. He shouldn’t – it’s his 21st Targa Tasmania.
The Beables
“We weren’t going to enter, but we opted to run in regularity to help fill the numbers.

“We thought regularity would be simple enough - but it ‘aint simple. It’s a really, really tough call.

“The stop doesn’t work, I get confused and she (wife and co-driver Nerida) just yells numbers at me which don’t mean a thing, but we’re still having fun,” Beable told Targa Media. 

Father and son team Phillip and David Frith still lead the category on 42 points, ahead of Darryl and Andrew Marshall on 55 points. The Beables aren’t far behind sitting on 57 points. Who knows they could end up winning the event they weren’t going to enter!

Regularity after day 3 of 5

1. Philip Frith/David Frith, Porsche Boxter S, 42pts
2. Darryl Marshall/Andrew Marshall, Ford Falcon Ute Pursuit 250, 55pts
3. Jeff Beable/Nerida Beable, Nissan R35, 57pts
4. Allan Gluyas/Heather Gluyas, Toyota 86 GTS, 80pts
5. Martin Duursma/Marc Sobbel, Lotus Exige X, 101pts

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