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Consistent Roe will be hard to catch

Alan Roe and Steve Glenney have continued to be the ones to catch in Early Modern, with a 1m18s lead after day two.

Alan Roe and Steve Glenney have continued to be the ones to catch in Early Modern, with a 1m18s lead after day two.

Their four-wheel drive Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6.5 is ahead of Liam and Larry Howarth in their 1995 Nissan Skyline GTR.

Another 1995 model, the Mazda RX7 SP of Mark Balcombe and Brian Foster, lies in third place. While they are 1m27s from the lead, there is still more than enough distance left for them to challenge for the lead should those in front strike problems.

Early Modern after day two

1. Alan Roe / Steve Glenney, 2000 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6.5
2. Liam Howarth / Larry Howarth, 1995 Nissan Skyline GTR, +1m18s
3. Mark Balcombe / Brian Foster 1995 Mazda RX7 SP, +1m27s

Vale - Lester Marshall

It is with great sadness we advise the Targa family that 28-year veteran official Joy Marshall lost her husband Lester on Friday 15 November to cancer. 
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Stokell and Downey secure prestigious CAMS awards

Queenslander Paul Stokell has landed back-to-back CAMS Australian Targa Championships following his stellar season.
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What the drivers said - Day 3 of THC

Our reporter caught up with many of the leading drivers and class winners at the finish at Mt Buller today. Fair to say, they were all glad that they had made it to the finish.
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Great finish to 10th Anniversary Targa High Country

Jason White and his uncle John White tamed tricky conditions to surge to a fourth Outright win in the demanding Targa High Country.
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