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‘The Spirit of Targa’



The Spirit of Targa lives on through these new accessible competitions.  This is a speed limited competition for both Modern and Classic vehicles providing the opportunity to bring or bring back your cherished car that’s been tucked away in the garage.  The Regulations for these Categories require minimal change to your vehicle to be eligible, opening up Targa to potential competitors who wish to retain their road going vehicles and their increased value.

Come and join us and show the world your pride and joy and participate in the worlds greatest Tarmac Rallies.


GT Sports competitors enjoy the same benefits as the main competition competing on closed roads and all competitive stages of your chosen event; the highest placed Classic Vehicle and 1,st, 2nd and 3rd placed Modern Vehicles will be awarded with a Targa Salver and the unique experience of a champagne shower on a Targa podium.  GT Sports Trophy will use ‘Rally Safe’ technology to track your location, time and speeds. 


 Classic Vehicles 1900-1985 

This competition is reserved for vehicles manufactured from 1 January 1900 to 31December 1985 This competition will be run under the same technical regulations as the relevant competition category based on year of build and the same rules as the Classic Outright competition except that a 130kph speed limit will be in place. Half cages is mandatory. 


Modern Vehicles 1986 - Current

This competition is reserved for vehicles manufactured from 1 January 1986 up to the first day of competition of that event.   This competition will be run under the same technical regulations as the relevant competition category based on the year of build and the same rules as that category except that a 130kph speed limit will be in place. Half cage is mandatory.


Road Books for all stages and touring stages

Competitor Lanyards and official ‘Invitation to compete’

Participation of each stage of the event

Competitor briefing

Complimentary entry ticket to the official Welcome Party for Driver and Co -Driver

Lunch on each day of the competition for Driver and Co-Driver

A set of vinyl number plates (metal number plates for Targa Tasmania) and vehicle door panels.

Luggage service to follow the event

GT Sports Trophy Targa Plate (upon completion of each stage of the event) 

Finishers Medallion for Driver and Co-Driver (upon completion of the event)


Head to our website to review our current events, locations and dates

You will need a road registered vehicle required to meet event regulations.

Download a copy of the Technical Regulations under ‘Competition regulations’ on our website.

You will need as a minimum a CAMS Level 2 speed licence for both driver and navigator.

You will need to create your competitor console via the Login box in the top right hand corner of our website.  For a step by step guide, check our FAQ page

You will need to PRE purchase a Rally Safe Installation Kit in order to fit your ‘hired’ Rally Safe Unit.

You will need a partner in crime to sit along side you.


Current GT Sports Trophy entry fees are on our website under Entry Fees.

An initial deposit  is required to secure your entry.


For further questions, and entry details please call competitors manager 

Alice McKenzie 

P.   03 6221 8888

M.  0447 770 813


For Current Technical Regulations please read through the  Technical Regulations under competition regulations.

For Event Specific rules please read through the Section G - GT Sports Trophy in the Supplementary Regulations under the event tab.

For more information on CAMS and licensing 

          P. 1300 883 959


For more information on CAMS Approved Half Cages

          Note please refer to Type 2 regulations.
          Bolt in cages are approved.


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