Email Address: Password:   Forgot ?
To enter an event or receive the latest Targa news: Sign Up

Crowe takes over lead in RDA Brakes Modern

Chris Crowe in a 2004 HSV Coupe is the new leader after a dramatic final stage, which saw leader Roderick Neville hit a rock on the road just four kilometres from the finish of the Riana stage.


Chris Crowe in a 2004 HSV Coupe is the new leader after a dramatic final stage, which saw leader Roderick Neville hit a rock on the road just four kilometres from the finish of the Riana stage.

Crowe now leads Brendan Winterbourn by 41 seconds in his Mitsubishi Evolution X, with Greg Burrowes, driving a Mitsubishi Evo X remaining in his overnight position of third.

Stokell and Downey secure prestigious CAMS awards

Queenslander Paul Stokell has landed back-to-back CAMS Australian Targa Championships following his stellar season.
read more

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.
read more

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.
read more

Tight competition at Targa High Country

Dodge Viper ace Jason White continued to bound away from the field in search of a successful defence of his Targa High Country crown.
read more