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Championship chase heads to the final round

The battle for the top two CAMS Australian Targa Championship driver’s titles is taking shape after the running of Targa Great Barrier Reef, the third round in the four-round series.

Micheal and Daniel Bray. Photo: Angryman Photography

In the Modern category, Paul Stokell has established a 36-point lead over Jason White going into the final round, Targa High Country, which will be held at Mt Buller in Victoria from November 9 to 11.

While White has taken the last two wins and gathered 170 points, he did not finish the opening round, Targa North West, and is now scrambling to gather enough points to move into the lead. 

Stokell, sitting on 206 points, has been Mr Consistency, gathering big points in each round despite victory eluding him. He knows that as long as he gets safely around the North-East Victorian course in November, the title will be his.

John Ireland, with 168 points, sits in third place in modern, just two points behind White. The early series leader, Steve Glenney, sat in the co-driver’s seat in the Cairns event, meaning he remains with the 160 points he gathered from a win and a second from the opening two rounds.

In the Classic title, Michael Bray is looking almost home, sitting on 240 points from Peter Gluskie on 187 points. While there will be 70 points on offer at High Country, Gluskie will have to win and Bray not finish for an upset to occur.

Bray has taken maximum points in all three rounds, showing plenty of class in his 1975 Holden Torana.

Mick Downey has 146 points and Ted Banks 135, to round out the top four in Classic.

Targa Great Barrier Reef 2019 Spectator Guide

The spectator guide for the second ever Targa event in Queensland is now available.

To ensure you get to see all the action as it unfolds, we have produced a special detailed guide where you will read how best to view all of the Targa action. 


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Targa Great Barrier Reef 2019 Course

The route for the second edition of the highly anticipated Targa Great Barrier Reef has been revealed.

Again comprising three legs with the stunning backdrop of Tropical North Queensland around Cairns and the Atherton Tablelands, the event features an expanded route from that used in the inaugural Targa Great Barrier Reef in 2018.


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Targa Tasmania 2019 TV Show Broadcast Time & Date

Here’s what you’ve all been waiting for...The official broadcast of Targa Tasmania 2019!

This Sunday July 14 2019 on Channel Nine (Tasmania, TDT) at 1pm in Melbourne/Perth/Hobart, and 12:30pm Adelaide

Saturday August 3 2019 on Channel Nine at 12pm in Sydney/Brisbane

*Please check local guides as times may vary*


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Who’s excited for Targa Great Barrier Reef?

Are you excited for Targa Great Barrier Reef? Plan your trip with a little help from those in the know of what there is to see and do.

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