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Roe takes handy lead in Early Modern

Alan Roe and Steve Glenney are over a minute clear of their rivals in Early Modern, and substantial advantage after the first day’s action.

Alan Roe and Steve Glenney are over a minute clear of their rivals in Early Modern, and substantial advantage after the first day’s action.

Their Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6.5 leads Liam and Larry Howarth in a Nissan Skyline, with Tristan Catford and Sam Tapping third in a Lancer Evo VIII.

Albury driver Steve Bowen is keeping locals hopes alive in his Lancer Evo 2, with Peter Roberts fifth in his 1992 Nissan Skyline.

EARLY MODERN after Day 1 

1. Alan Roe / Steve Glenney, 2000 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6.5 

2. Liam Howarth / Larry Howarth, 1995 Nissan Skyline GTR, +1m06s 

3. Tristan Catford / Sam Tapping, 2004 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII, +1m42s 

4. Steve Bowen / Cheryl Dominguez, 1994 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo II, +2m06s 

5. Peter Roberts / Suzanne Atkins, 1992 Nissan Skyline, +2m50s

SHANNONS EXTEND LONG ASSOCIATION TO NEW EVENT

Shannons, who have the rare distinction of supporting every Targa Tasmania held since 1992, have just agreed to extend their close association with Targa Australia in agreeing to sponsor the exciting new Targa Great Barrier Reef for the next three years.
 

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Targa team numbers capped at 215 in Cairns

COMPETITOR numbers have been limited to 215 in the inaugural Targa Great Barrier Reef tarmac rally in three months.


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Pullman Reef Hotel Casino To Support Targa Great Barrier Reef

The first running of Targa Great Barrier Reef promises to bring plenty of excitement to the Cairns region. With the event positioned to attract high earning visitors to Cairns, it was always going to have great synergies with Pullman Reef Hotel Casino in being able to provide these visitors with the high quality stay, that they will be looking for in late August and early September.
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Targa High Country 2018 Street Stage

We have been exploring all options to ensure that it could continue to be, so with this now completed, we are also excited to announce that the Mansfield Street Stage will go ahead for the 9th time this year and will actually be 400 metres longer than the 2017 version. At 4.6km, it will now only be 200 metres shorter than the famous, George Town Super Street Stage.


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