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CAMS Australian Targa Championship returns in 2018

THE LARGEST motor sport championship in the country returns in 2018 with all eight Targa competitions being included to give all Targa competitors a championship to compete in.  Another major first will see the introduction of two OVERALLChampionships that will be recognised as CAMS National Championships.  

One will cover the Early Modern, GT2 and GT4 competitions and the winners will be crowned the CAMS Australian Targa Champions.  The other will cover Classic and Classic GT competitions and the winners will be crowned the CAMS Australian Targa Classic Champions, with both winning teams being invited to the CAMS National Awards dinner each year to receive their accolades, alongside the winners of the Australian Rally Championship and the Supercars Championship.

It is great news for Targa and tarmac rallying competitors across the country.  To finally be recognised in this way will inspire many competitors to achieve this goal and will surely see the introduction of many new manufacturers, along with increased involvement from our current manufacturers, in the years ahead.

The Championship will be contested over four events, yes four, with a soon to be announced event added to Targa North West, Targa Tasmania and a final round at Targa High Country.  The points table to be used in 2018 will be released in the weeks ahead.

Targa North West 2018 Day One Highlights

Check out the highlights from an action packed first day of Targa North West 2018
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Glenney Leads as White Suffers Mechanical Issues on Day One

Day one of Targa North West has served up plenty of drama, with Jason and John White in their 2016 Dodge Viper ACR Extreme suffering mechanical problems on the Hellyer Gorge South stage.

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Targa North West 2018 Road Closures

List of Targa North West 2018 Road Closures.
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Targa North West 2018 Course Map

As part of the new CAMS Australian Targa Championship, Targa North West is to be doubled in days and length to ensure the event is worthy of Championship status.
The new event will see 200km of competitive distance, over 12 stages with seven of these, being more than 20km long.

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