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Copeland set for Day 3 return in Vintage

Queensland’s Graham Copeland, driving a 1936 Desoto Special, will re-join the Shannons Vintage class on Day 3 of Targa Tasmania, after sitting out today’s seven stages due to mechanical issues.


Queensland’s Graham Copeland, driving a 1936 Desoto Special, will re-join the Shannons Vintage class on Day 3 of Targa Tasmania, after sitting out today’s seven stages due to mechanical issues.

This meant that Wayne Clark in his 1938 Dodge Speedster Special (pictured) was the sole participant during today’s seven stages.

Clark and Copeland will both line up tomorrow as the cars tackle the 137.99 competitive kilometres over eight stages, ending with an overnight stop in Burnie.

 

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