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Copeland returns on Day 3

One of the most popular cars in Targa Tasmania, the 1936 Desoto Special driven by Graham Copeland, re-joined the Shannons Vintage class on Day 3 of Targa Tasmania, after sitting out yesterday’s seven stages due to mechanical issues.


One of the most popular cars in Targa Tasmania, the 1936 Desoto Special driven by Graham Copeland, re-joined the Shannons Vintage class on Day 3 of Targa Tasmania, after sitting out yesterday’s seven stages due to mechanical issues.

Wayne Clark’s 1938 Dodge Speedster Special leads the class comfortably, but for all the competitors and fans alike, it has been a marvellous site to see both vehicles competing in this the 25th anniversary of Targa Tasmania.

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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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.
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