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LaFerrari set to wow car lovers

Thousands of car enthusiasts are set to flock to the annual Targa Expo this Sunday night and they are set for a special treat in 2017 with the limited production LaFerrari on display to visitors for the one night only.

 


As well as the exotic Ferrari, the whole of the Targa field will be on display when the doors open at the Silverdome at 6pm. Entry is $10 with children under 12 free.

 

The car is Ferrari’s first ever production car to be equipped with the F1-derived hybrid solution, and will be part of a number of Ferraris that will be making the trip to Targa this year.

 

The cars of Targa will also be ready for viewing at a number of Targafest events scheduled across the state during the Targa week, starting with the return of the field to the streets of Launceston on Monday. This free event set to draw a big crowd into George Street in the city’s CBD where festivities will commence at 6:00pm and run through until 8:00pm.

 

Following the outstanding success in 2016, Burnie will once again play host to Targafest this year on Wednesday.

 

Competitors will stay overnight in that city and fans will have the chance to check out all the cars and meet the drivers at the Marine Terrace car park between 6:00pm-9:00pm.

                 

Fans in the state’s south won’t miss out either, as PW1 on Hobart’s waterfront will host Targafest on Friday night, 28th April, with entry at $15 with children under 12 free.

 

Details:       When:                  Time:          Where:                          Cost:          

Targa Expo  Sun. 23rd April        6-9pm                  Silverdome, Launceston   $10.00 Adults

                                                                                                   Free - Kids 12&U

 

Targafest     Mon. 24th April       6-8pm                  George St, Launceston     Free Entry

 

Targafest     Wed. 26th April       6-9pm                  Marine Terrace, Burnie     $10.00 Adults                                                                                                                    Free – Kids 12&U

 

Targafest     Fri. 28th April          6-9pm                  PW1, Hobart waterfront    $15.00 Adults                                                                                                                    Free – Kids 12&U

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