The podium winners are being celebrated on the stage at Fogarty Park.
That brings a close to another highly successful TARGA Great Barrier Reef.
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A lot of the field has made its way into Fogarty Park for TARGAFest and the official finish.
A large crowd is building around the park.
It has been a gripping finish to the event with the overall lead changing on TS 15.
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We have a lead change after TS 15.
Luke Anear and Andy Sarandis have soared into the overall lead.
Shane Buchanan and Trevor Thompson (1983 Mitsubishi Starion) have withdrawn but will head to the official finish at Fogarty Park.
The Classic GT leading Datsun 240Z of Jon and Gina Siddins has suffered gearbox issues after TS 13.
The TS 13 (Gillies Range) and TS 14 (Sluice Creek) tests are wet.
The first of the TSD Trophy machines are currently tackling Gillies Range.
The demanding 18.70km run is the first of the day’s five scheduled stages.
Gold Coast competitors Jon and Gina Siddins burst back into the lead yesterday in Shannons Classic GT.
After being eliminated at TGBR last year prematurely through an engine failure, the pair hold a 1minute 27sec advantage ahead of the concluding five stages in their 1970 Datsun 240Z.
Welcome to what promises to be a gripping final leg of TARGA Great Barrier Reef.
The field faces five tests today starting with a second run up the Gillies range.
With some close battles through the classes, who will get the chocolates on Father’s Day?
The bureau is predicting similar conditions to yesterday with a top of 27 degrees and a slight chance of rain.
Live results can be found on the TARGA.com.au website as they happen.
The first competition car is set to start Gillies Range (TS 13) at 9.04am.
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