Targa High Country
10th-12th November 2017
*ENTRIES FOR TARGA HIGH COUNTRY 2017 WILL OPEN EARLY NEXT YEAR.
Targa High Country was first run in 2010 and attracts an average field of 200 entries due to its challenging yet scenic roads, as well as being such an easily accessible region.
Less than three hours from Melbourne, Targa High Country is based on top of Victoria's most popular Ski Resort, Mt Buller, some 1,800 meters above sea level offering a unique experience to competitors. In summer the road to the summit masquerades as one of the most exciting hill climbs in the country, and, provides the gateway all stages over the three days of competition.
Day one passes through the township of Euroa,
Day two the field travels north toWhitfield
Day three captures the stunning Lake Eildon scenery.
To determine what competition you would like to run in, and importantly, what regulations your vehicle needs to run to, you will need to download a copy of our Technical Regulations.
Subsequent Supplementary Regulations will then be released explaining the rules of the event, once available you can download you copy from our website or through your console once entered.
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Marshall finishes Day 3 well on top in TSD
Falcon Ute pairing of Darryl and Andrew Marshall have maintained their
dominance of the TSD Trophy on day three of Targa Tasmania.
Day Two heads to George Town
Day two of Targa Tasmania heads to George Town this afternoon for the Super Stage, one of the most popular stages of the event.
White remains on top after Day 2
After a hectic opening day that took the Targa Tasmania field from Launceston to St Helens and back, day two of the epic rally was the event’s shortest, with just a quick sprint around the streets of George Town in the state’s north.
Drivers quotes - Day 2
Here are quotes from some of our leading drivers after Day 2.