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Copeland has good run to Hobart

The popular Shannons Vintage class has seen Wayne Clark and Graham Copeland reach Hobart safely on the penultimate day of Targa Tasmania.


The popular Shannons Vintage class has seen Wayne Clark and Graham Copeland reach Hobart safely on the penultimate day of Targa Tasmania.

Although Clark maintains a big lead in his 1938 Dodge Speedster Special, Copeland in his 1936 Desoto Special says he is having a ball.

“It’s a shame we missed a day; we’re setting some good stage times and just having fun,” Copeland said. 

“If the event went for another 10 days we would catch Wayne (Clark), but we can’t so we’re just having a lot of fun.”

Shannons Vintage:

  1. Wayne Clark/Trevor Berriman, 1938 Dodge Speedster Special
  2. Graham Copeland/Josh Herbert, 1936 Desoto Special, +1h36m21s

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