Australian Targa Championship Regularity Information
In essence, the regularity competition is a variation of the CAMS circuit racing format to allow those competitors who choose not to race to still run their vehicles for their own enjoyment.
It is a competition to set consistent lap times, with drivers looking to achieve a pre-determined average speed on each timed stage. Each stage is assigned a target average speed based on its conditions of between 70 and 100 kmph. Drivers are restricted to 130 kmph maximum speed.
This form of competition is open to standard road registrable vehicles with regular interior. Unlike regular competition vehicles, regularity vehicles do not need to be equipped with roll cages.
To compete in this format, competitors need (at minimum) a CAMS level two speed licence and appropriate experienc. The driver and navigator are also required to wear a helmet.
The 2012-2013 CAMS Australian Targa Championship will see regularity introduced to all four rounds, so stay tuned to see who will be crowned the CAMS Australian Targa Championship Regularity Champion for the first time ever!
The regularity packet leaves just before the competitive vehicles and follows exactly the same course as regular competition, going through approximately one hour after road closure time.
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE ENTRY FEE?
Apart from the once in a lifetime thrill of riding on some amazing roads, you will also receive the following:
- A ticket for the driver and co-driver to the Welcome Party
- Lunch on each day of the competition
- A set of vinyl number plates (metal number plates for Targa Tasmania) and vehicle door panels
HOW DO I ENTER?
You will need to create a competitor's account via the Login box in the top right hand corner of the site, then pay your $500 deposit for your event and you are away and racing!
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Regularity entry fees are dependent on when you enter and which event you plan to enter. To view the latest costs, please have a look via the Enter Here button in your competitor console.
HOW MANY SPACES ARE AVAILABLE?
This is determined by the total number of vehicles that can safely complete each stage within the four and half hour road closure limit.
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