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Targa Tasmania 2019 Entry Fees

Minimum $1,200 deposit required at time of entry to secure 'Early Bird' or 'Regular' entry. 
Full payment required at time of entry to secure 'Launch' entry price.


Description Manufactured Launch Early Bird Regular
CLOSES 8TH
SEPT 2018
CLOSES 8TH
SEPT 2018
Targa Tasmania Tour 1900-Current $3,590.00 $3,690.00 Not yet available 
Targa Tasmania TSD Trophy 1900-Current $5,490.00 $5,990.00 Not yet available 
Targa Tasmania GT Sports Trophy 1900-Current $6,590.00 $7,290.00 Not yet available 
Targa Tasmania Vintage 1900-1946 $4,690.00 $4,990.00 Not yet available 
Targa Tasmania Classic/Classic GT 1947-1985 $6,290.00 $6,990.00 Not yet available 
Rookie Rallye Classic/Classic GT 1947-1985 $3,490.00 $3,990.00 Not yet available 
Rookie Rallye Early Modern 1986-2007 $3,490.00 $3,990.00 Not yet available 
Targa Tasmania Early Modern 1986-2007 $6,790.00 $7,490.00 Not yet available 
Rookie Rallye GT 2008-Current $3,490.00 $3,990.00 Not yet available 
Targa Tasmania GT2 and GT4 2008 - Current $7,290.00 $7,990.00 Not yet available 

Terms & Conditions upon Entry: 
Applications are to be lodged with the organisers via the entry console on the Targa website; specifying the vehicle in which the applicant has nominated to compete; listing the exact year the vehicle was built; plus full details of ALL modifications made to the original specifications of the vehicle; and be accompanied by an application fee of AUD$1,200 of which $700 is non-refundable/non-transferrable. An applicant who applies to compete and who then withdraws from the event will be able to transfer their additional paid funds to another Targa Australia event within one year of the date of the originally entered event. If not utilised during this period, all paid fees will be forfeited. 
An Invitation to Compete is issued by the organisers at their sole discretion.

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