InterContinental Adelaide Targa Night Stage
Wednesday 22 August 6pm
Kids 12 and Under free when accompanied by an adult
Gates open at 4pm
Local PR in relation to the Night Stage
The event will comprise of High-powered cars racing through the Adelaide Showground's service roads in a new, special night-stage under lights to kick off the Supaloc Targa Adelaide tarmac rally. Targa cars will set out a 1.5km "lap" inside the showground at Wayville for cars to go around twice creating a 3km prologue. Cars will leave at 30-second intervals and rip past showground buildings such as the Goyder Pavilion, woodcutting arena and beef cattle sheds, plus a loop in what is the carnival area of the Royal Show. Several cars will be on track at the same time.
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.