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Siddins strengthens lead in Classic GT

On the penultimate day of Targa Tasmania, Jon Siddins has ensured he will enter the final day with a huge buffer over his rivals, following another dominant display in Shannons Classic GT.
Siddins, in his 1970 Datsun 240Z, won five of the six stages today, and recorded equal fastest on Tarraleah with Craig Haysman in a Triumph TR7.

Even with a minor hiccup this morning, Siddins is feeling relaxed ahead of tomorrow's final day.

“I’ve been cruising today – we had a little issue with a diff bolt breaking on the first stage at Strahan this morning, so I had to nurse it through to the lunch stop at New Norfolk,” Siddins said.

“We fixed that, so now we’re just going to cruise home – I think everyone’s cruising. We’re all happy to be in the positions we’re in, I think.”

Siddins, who has led since the opening day, will take an overall lead of just under eight minutes into tomorrow's final six stages, with Craig Haysman second, and Michael Bray holding third position.

Shannons Classic GT:
1. Jon Siddins/Gina Siddins, 1970 Datsun 240Z,
2. Craig Haysman/Julie Boorman, 1979 Triumph TR7 V8, +7m41s
3. Michael Bray / Daniel Bray, 1975 Holden Torana, +10m06s

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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