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New Sporting Regulations Released

2018 sees the dawning of a new era in Targa’s illustrious history with the first ever running of a fully endorsed CAMS Australian Targa Championship.  This combined with the first ever Targa event run in Queensland will ensure that Targa reaches its widest audience ever and will also see many new people joining the Targa family.
In terms of the Championship itself, it promises to be hotly contested across all eight competitions on offer and even more hotly contested will be the two combined championships that will determine who are the best Targa team in the country in both Modern and Classic cars.  All winners will require some luck over the 80 plus stages covering more than 1,100 competitive kilometres that tests every car and team as only Targa can.  They will also need to travel from one of the country to the other, to win what is a true national championship, endorsed by the FIA.
 
As part of the criteria under which the Championship will run, a single set of Sporting Regulations has been drawn up, which will cover all four Targa events from this year.  The majority of the content is straight from the previous Supplementary Regulations.  Importantly right now, the new Sporting Regulations include the rules and points system for the Championship.  If you’re focused on securing the title at Targa High Country later this year, don’t miss Targa North West to potentially get a head start on your rivals.
 
In turn, this means the event Supplementary Regulations have been dramatically streamlined and only cover the items that are unique to each event.
 
Please find links for the Sporting Regulations along with Supplementary Regulations for Targa North West and Targa Tasmania;

- Targa North West 2018 Supplementary Regulations
- Targa Tasmania 2018 Supplementary Regulations
- CAMS ATC Sporting Regulations 2018 - 2019

Targa Tasmania 2019 Spectator Guide

With more than 33 competitive stages covering an overall total distance of 2000km, there are a veritable endless choice of spectator vantage points at Targa Tasmania from April 29 to May 4.

As the time-honoured tarmac rally sweeps the length and breadth of the state, we have compiled an exhaustive Spectator’s Guide that covers everything you need to know to help you safely enjoy the event.


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Bray primed for Shannons Classic GT fireworks

Defending CAMS Australian Targa Classic outright champ Michael Bray is ready to return to winning form at Targa Tasmania from April 29-May 4.

Bray suffered a rare reliability issue in his 1975 Holden Torana in the dying kilometres of Targa High Country last November.
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Ferrari 488 Pista confirmed for Targa

Targa Tasmania has pulled off a coup by securing Ferrari’s latest track weapon, the 488 Pista, for the ultimate tarmac rally from April 29-May 4.

The latest product to emerge from Maranello, the Pista (the Italian word for track) is a $650,000 competition-ready bullet.


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Siddins Datsun rebuilt, ready for Targa return

After a crash in the 2018 event, the popular 1970 Datsun 240Z of Jon and Gina Siddins has been rebuilt and is ready for another tilt at Targa Tasmania from April 29-May 4.


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