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The Return Of The Cams Australian Targa Championship

THE LARGEST motor sport championship in Australia returns in 2018, with all eight Targa competitions being included, to give EVERY Targa competitor a championship to compete in. 
Another major first will see the introduction of two OVERALL Championships 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 new goals and has already seen the introduction of new manufacturers for 2018, along with increased involvement from our current manufacturers next year.
The championship will be contested over all four events with the announcement in October of Targa Great Barrier Reef added to Targa North West, Targa Tasmania and the final round at Targa High Country, where the competitors with the most total points from the four rounds will be crowned the inaugural CAMS Australian Targa Champions in their respective competitions, at a new dinner to be held on Sunday 11th November
The points table and Sporting Regulations will be released in the first week of January,with these regulations mostly replacing the current supplementary regulations, issued for each Targa event. The supplementary regulations will now simply contain any information relevant to the specific event, with the Targa North West and Targa Tasmania versions,being released in mid-January.
Make sure you’re at Targa North West to potentially get a head start on your rivals in the chase for Targa glory in 2018.

Targa High Country 2018 Official Event Poster

Here it is! The Targa High Country 2018 Official Event Poster.
610 - Peter Gluskie & Sam Winter in their 1985 BMW E30 325i
734 - Peter Roberts & Suzanne Atkins in their 1992 Nissan Skyline GTS-T
973 - Geoffrey & Toni Hewitt in their 2009 Nissan GT-R R35

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2018 Championship Dinner Tickets - now available

Tickets for the 2018 Championship Dinner are now available to purchase via your competitor consoles. The largest motorsport championship in the country will be decided on the last run up the mountain of Mt Buller, on Sunday afternoon.

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Targa Great Barrier Reef in a Lotus Elise

Article Courtesy of - Alborz Fallah

Track days are fun, don’t get me wrong, but the idea of racing your own car flat out on twisty and mountainous public roads is rather appealing to any car enthusiast. The fact that you can do it legally is almost seemingly absurd. But that’s exactly what Targa events in Australia have offered for years. A chance to race along some of our great nation’s best roads legally and, more importantly, safely.

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CAMS Australian Targa Championship Points Table After Round Three

Brisbane-based racer Paul Stokell is in the box seat to claim the modern title in the inaugural CAMS Australian Targa Championship.

Ahead of the final round, Targa High Country at Mt Buller in Victoria from November 9-11, Stokell is 35 points clear of his nearest rival.

Michael Bray has all but sealed the race for honours in Classic championship, in his 1975 Holden Torana, he shares with Daniel Bray.

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