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Targa’s Strong Future

Targa Australia and the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) can today confirm they have signed off on a new, five-year agreement.

The news means the CAMS Australian Targa Championship will continue for at least another five years, until 2022.
A minimum of four events will be held in 2018, with the Targa North West, Targa Tasmania, Targa High Country and the new Targa Great Barrier Reef on the Championship’scalendar.
 
Targa Australia Event Director Mark Perry said he was excited about the new agreement and what it meant for the category.
 
“We’ve seen a great level of interest in Targa events across Australia and with the Targa Great Barrier Reef being added on to our calendar, we’re really looking forward to the next five years,” Perry said.
 
“This new agreement with CAMS is excellent news for all Targa competitors and fans and will ensure we can continue to offer high-level, competitive action across our various Targa events.
 
“We can’t wait for the first event of 2018, which is now less than a month away.”
 
CAMS CEO Eugene Arocca said he was looking forward to building further on CAMS’ strong partnership with Targa Australia.
 
“Targa is an exciting category and provides plenty of competition across a range of different classes on some of Australia’s most scenic locations,” Arocca said.
 
“CAMS is proud to be supporting the Championship and we will have a key role to play in ensuring the success of these events through technical support, promotion and of course having our world-class officials at all events.
 
“We’re excited about further building on our strong relationship with Mark and the team at Targa Australiathroughout the next five years, starting with the Targa North West in Tasmania in February.”
 
For more information about the CAMS Australian Targa Championship, head to targa.com.au.
 

Targa High Country 2018 Road Closure Summary

Please click below to download a summary of the road closures for Targa High Country 2018.
If you have any concerns, please email enquiries@targa.com.au

Click here to download Targa High Country 2018 Road Closures.

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Targa High Country 2018 Official Event Poster

Here it is! The Targa High Country 2018 Official Event Poster.
Featuring:
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 caradvice.com.au - 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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