Conditions of Issue and Admission
Authority and Revocation
The holder of these credentials is permitted to attend the motor race meeting described on the race hereof. The Meeting Director or any Police Officer on duty may revoke this permit for any reason he/she thinks is fit. In the event that such authorized person revokes this ticket, the holder therefore shall immediately leave after being so notified of the revocation.
Motor Racing is Dangerous
Ticket and credential holders are reminded that motor sport is dangerous and accidents can happen. All care is taken to protect you but you are warned that there is a possibility of an accident causing injury, death or property damage. By the issue of this ticket or credential to you, you hereby acknowledge that the entry to the event has a degree of danger. The Australian Targa Championship, clubs, corporations, organizations, and persons having any connections with the promoting, organizing or conduct with the event shall have no liability to you except in regard to any rights you may have arising under the Trade Practice Act 1974.
This admission pass is and shall remain the property of the Australian Targa Championship until the date shown on the face hereof and shall be returned on demand. Copyright of this pass (and all other personnel and vehicle passes issued by Targa Tasmania is reserved by the company and reproduction (by whatever means) is not permitted.
Forgery of tickets or passes is a criminal offence punishable by law.
Jason White wins back-to-back Targa Tasmania titles
Local hero Jason White has claimed back-to-back Targa Tasmania titles after dominating the five-day marathon in his Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale.
In securing his fourth Targa Tasmania title, White and his co-driver, John White, also claimed consecutive CAMS Australian Targa Championship wins.
Denyer thrilled with Showroom triumph
The RDA Brakes Showroom competition went to Grant Denyer and Dale Moscatt after a convincing drive that saw them take victory by 17 minutes.
The pair had trailed the similar Renault of Adam Spence in the early part of the rally, but after Spence went off the road, the result was beyond doubt.
Denyer loved everything about the event, and was glowing in his praise.
“With the lead we had today I was thinking about taking it easy and just cruising home, but we somehow finished third fastest outright on Mount Arrowsmith,” Denyer said.
Kennard conquers 4WD Showroom
Kennard would probably be the first to admit that he wasn’t the fastest driver
in 4WD, but he was in front when it mattered.
Regularity win is all in the timing for Friths
David Frith have completed a stellar event, taking the Targa Tasmania and
Australian Targa Championship titles in the Regularity competition.