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THE TARGA TASMANIA TOUR

‘EXPERIENCE THE JOURNEY’


WHAT IS THE TARGA TASMANIA TOUR?

The Targa Tour is a unique opportunity to take part in the world renowned ‘Targa Australia’ Tarmac events as a motoring enthusiast.  You will enjoy the freedom of driving your pride and joy, your classic restoration, or your brand new GT on the ‘Special Stages’ of our events.  You will rub shoulders with legends, feel the rush of the corners, the exhilaration of mountainous roads and enjoy a bonding journey like no other -. 

This is a team event, just as the main competition, each driver depends on their navigator to guide them though each stage and relies upon them to arrive at the next stage.  This is the Ultimate driving experience.



THE COURSE 

The tour adheres to the sign posted speed limits, although there is still plenty of opportunity to enjoy you car in a very “spirited” manner- the way they were designed. The Targa tour follows the same course as competition vehicles, on closed roads using both sides of the road, ensuring you feel every twist and turn of the event and come across the hard earned finish line.

  • Road Books for all stages and touring stages
  • Competitor Lanyards and official ‘Invitation to compete’
  • Participation of each stage of the event
  • Complimentary entry ticket to the official Welcome Party for Driver and Co -Driver
  • Lunch on each full day of the competition for Driver and Co-Driver
  • A set of Targa Tasmania metal number plates, and vehicle door panels.
  • Competitor briefing
  • Luggage service to follow the event 
  • Finishers Medallion for Driver and Co-Driver (upon completion of the event)



WHERE DO I START?

  •  Head to our website to review our current events, locations and dates
  •  You will need a road registered vehicle that is also required to meet event regulations.
  •  Both Driver and Navigator will need as a minimum a CAMS Level 2 non speed licence
  •  To download CAMS Licence application form, click here
  •  You will need to create your competitor console via the Login box in the top right hand  corner of our website, www.targa.com.au 
  •  You will need a partner in crime to sit along side you.
  •  Arrange accommodation in line with the event itinerary 
  •  Arrange transport for those travelling down to Tasmania via the Spirit of Tasmania


HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

Current Targa Tour entry fees 

An initial deposit is required to secure your entry.


WHO DO I CONTACT?

For further questions, and entry details please call competitors manager 

Pam Stables

P.   03 6221 8888

E. pam@targa.com.au


To ensure your Vehicle meets Current Technical Regulations please click here

          For more information on CAMS and licensing 

          P. 1300 883 959

  E. info@cams.com.au

         


Vehicle Third Party Property / Comprehensive Insurance 

Vehicle third party property insurance and / or comprehensive insurance is the sole responsibility of the entrant.

        

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