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The CAMS Australian Targa Championship is a world class tarmac rally series including Supaloc Targa Adelaide, Targa High Country, Targa Wrest Point and Targa Tasmania

TS18 wrap

In Outright results White fastest by 15s from Close/Reeves and Maguire/Brakey.

White’s lead over Stokell 2min07s. Maguire is only 19s behind Stokell.

Close is now up to fifth outright, moving ahead of Quinn.

Quinn still leads Dutton Garage GT4, building his lead by 40s over Anear on the long stage. Quinn has moved to a 1:26s lead.

Downey continues to dominate Classic GT.

Classic Handicap leader Copeland/Herbert have stopped on the long stage. All okay.

Prieston has now taken the lead by 5mins55sec from Buggee. Local favourites Brian and Linda Dermott (1962 Austin Healey Mk2 BT7) is now third, 51s further back.

Peter Gluskie/Samantha Winter (1985 BMW E30 325i) have experienced some problems but are back in action.

 

 

Leg 3 incidents

In breaking news, #841 (Lilleyman/Lilleyman) had an off on TS18. All okay. Will mean a big change for Early Modern leading positions.

Other incidents:

#179 DNS TS17

#653 DNS TS17

#188 withdrawn TS17

#887 withdrawn TS17

#182 off on TS18

#416 off on TS18

 

TS17 results

White and Stokell set the same time over the 6.76km Mirrimbah run which leaves the gap between first and second at 1:42s.

Maguire is third a further 29 seconds behind.

Overnight correction to times in Dutton Garage Early Modern moved Lilleyman back into second place and after a charge off the hill he now trails Nunn 2s.

In Dutton Garage GT4 Quinn takes another full second from Anear who is now +46s. Smith is third +1:49s.

Classic GT action saw Lomman take the stage by 4 seconds over class tearaway Downey who still leads by 4:10s.

In Classic Handicap Buggee set the fastest time however remains third behind Copeland who extended his lead over Prieston to 1:44s.

Mansfield Shire GT Sports Trophy saw Grace/Jones increase their edge by 6s to 28s over the Ringuet crew.

Mansfield Shire Thoroughbred Trophy front-runner Waldron has pushed his lead out to almost 7 minutes.

TSD Trophy saw Taylor (9 points) maintain his lead to go through without penalty from Bryden/Lange (13 points) with Emond/Jones in third. on 25 points.