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The inaugural Denny Hulme Award was presented for Targa Tasmania in 1993 in memory of the Late Denny Hulme, who fought so hard to finish just nine seconds behind Greg Crick in Targa Tasmania 1992. 

Denny’s untimely death due to a heart attack whilst competing in the 1992 Tooheys 1000 Bathurst meant that he was robbed of the opportunity to “turn the tables” on Greg Crick in year two. Throughout his distinguished motor racing career, Denny earned a reputation for being a fighter and a tough competitor.

The late John Large, founder of Targa Tasmania was speaking to Denny only the day before he lost his life. He was looking forward to returning to Tasmania to compete in the 1993 event. John chose to honour Denny’s enthusiasm for the event through the Denny Hulme Memorial Award.

To qualify for the award, a competitor must overcome extreme hardship and adversity throughout the entire event and must cross the finish line on the Saturday afternoon in Hobart.


Chris Bowden and Robert Van Wegen


Adrian Morrisby and David French 


Philip Blake and John Blake 


Paul Freestone and Christine Freestone 


Adam Kaplan and David Kaplan 


Dennis Sims and Matthew Sims 

Drew Kent and Ella Kent

Oliver Sellars and Michal Zdunek

Extend Your Stay for TGBR and see the Great Barrier Reef

With a bumper field of 250 cars already entered for the 2nd running of Targa Great Barrier Reef, we have been working hard with various stakeholders to make this year’s event even bigger and better.

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Ferrari to Expand Their Targa Journey in 2019

After successful tours of Targa Tasmania in the last two years, the loyal and passionate Ferrari owner is demanding more, so more they will get! 

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Hyundai confirm historic factory entry

Korean giant Hyundai will create history by entering a factory i30 N prepared hatch at Targa Tasmania from April 29 to May 4.

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The `Voice of Rallying’ joins the Targa Team

Yes, Colin Clark, known around the rallying world for his unique perspective on all things WRC, will be the Official Voice (and face) of this year’s CAMS Australian Targa Championship.

Colin has a large following around the world and has always had an interest in Targa, and in particular Targa Tasmania.

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