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Morton stretches lead in GT Sports Trophy

Jeff Morton, in his Lotus Exige, almost doubled his overall lead in Country Club GT Sports Trophy class on Day 5 of Targa Tasmania.
Morton took out five of today's six stages, with Jeff Beable taking out the Queenstown stage from Morton by just one second.

Beable, driving a Nissan Skyline now sits in second place overall, with Martin Duursma in a 2013 Lotus Exige now third, but a further three minutes back from Beable.

“We had a really good run through Mount Arrowsmith – it was wet, but I’m just starting to now get a feel for how the car drives in the wet,” Morton said.

“Queenstown was an absolute hoot up the hill – I threw the car around a little bit there and had a ball.

“I’m just trying to enjoy it without taking any risks. I’ve been enjoying the drier conditions this afternoon as well. I love the dry because I’m more familiar with it, but whatever tomorrow brings, we’re ready for it.

“Am I going to back off tomorrow? No way – I’m enjoying myself too much. We’re having so much fun and just enjoying ourselves – we’re enjoying the amazing roads, we’re in a great car, and everything’s as good as it could be right now.”

Country Club GT Sports Trophy:
1. Jeff Morton/Dennis Neagle, 2017 Lotus Exige
2. Jeff Beable/Nerida Beable, 2000 Nissan Skyline, +8m04s
3. Martin Duursma/Richard Wodhams, 2013 Lotus Exige S V6, +11m11s

CAMS Australian Targa Championship Points Table - All Categories

Along with the two overall championships are championships for all eight Targa competitions; GT2, GT4, Early Modern, Classic GT, Classic, GT Sports Trophy, Thoroughbred Trophy & TSD Trophy.
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2018 POINTS TABLE AFTER ROUND ONE

The 2018 CAMS Australian Targa Championship is set to be a thrilling affair following a highly successful opening round at last weekend’s Targa North West.

Two overall championships are up for grabs in 2018, with the CAMS Australian Targa Championship, which covers Early Modern, GT2 and GT4, as well as the CAMS Australian Targa Classic Championship for Classic and Classic GT.


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Glenney and Bray off to the Perfect Start

The 2018 CAMS Australian Targa Championship is set to be a thrilling affair following a highly successful opening round at last weekend’s Targa North West.

Two overall championships are up for grabs in 2018, with the CAMS Australian Targa Championship, which covers Early Modern, GT2 and GT4, as well as the CAMS Australian Targa Classic Championship for Classic and Classic GT.


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Glenney Takes out Targa North West

Steve Glenney and Andy Sarandis have taken out this year's Targa North West in a 2015 Subaru WRX STI.

The overnight leaders stretched their lead over today's final five stages to finish clear of Paul Stokell and Jason Page in a 2014 Lotus Exige by just under four minutes, with Tony Quinn and Kate Catford claiming third, a further 52 seconds back in a 2001 Porsche 911 Turbo.

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