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Growing field as three more of Targa’s big guns head to Targa North West


Respected local and Targa Hall of Famer, David Ayers joins the Targa North West line up in the immaculately prepared Just Jap GTR35. With Navigator Stuart Benson sitting beside him, these two will not only give Kennard’s GTR-35 a major shake-up, but they will have their eyes fixed on the top spot in the hotly contested GT4 competition.

 A cross-country journey will see yet another Targa Hall of Famer join the Classic GT competition. Mike Moylan and long term Navigator Don Behets will be travelling from WA to compete in the mighty muscle of his 1964 Ford Thunderbolt coupe. They will be looking to both improve on their 3rd placing in Classic at Targa Hellyer Gorge in 2016 and get their eye in before the massive 6 day charge at Targa Tasmania in April.

 It wouldn’t be an Early Modern competition without the sound of a rotary engine tearing up the tarmac. Welcomed addition, Queenslander Mark Balcombe in his 1995 Mazda RX-7 SP will be making the journey down with his ever study navigator Brian Foster. After finishing in second place at Targa Tasmania 2016, followed by a disappointing retirement at Targa High Country, these boys will be looking to re-position themselves as the Early Modern team to beat in 2017 by starting the year off with a podium finish.

 Welcome to the Targa North West entry list, and Best of luck.

    

Freight Arrangements released for Targa Great Barrier Reef

With a high number of southern state competitors looking to make the journey to Far North Queensland for the first running of Targa Great Barrier Reef, we are excited to announce a deal with national car freighter, CEVA to help get all of the amazing Targa cars to Cairns in time for the start on 31st August and home again post event.

 


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Targa’s Strong Future

Targa Australia and the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) can today confirm they have signed off on a new, five-year agreement.

The news means the CAMS Australian Targa Championship will continue for at least another five years, until 2022.


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Targa North West Entries Close 1st February

As the inaugural round of the new CAMS Australian Targa Championship,  Targa North West has been expanded to two days and more than 160km in competitive length, including the fantastic run into and out of Savage River.
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Rookies Of The Year 2018 Award Announced

Also forming an integral part of the new CAMS Australian Targa Championship, will be a Rookies of the Year Award, to be awarded at the Championship Dinner at Targa High Country.
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