White/White have led from start to finish to win the inaugural Targa Great Barrier Reef tarmac rally.
The Tasmanians claimed the event by 53s seconds from Stokell/Read.
Morton/Reeves were third, six seconds back.
Quinn/Catford topped Dutton Garage Early Modern by 51 seconds.
Bray/Bray claimed the Shannons Classic GT by 29 seconds.
In Shannons Classic Handicap, Yelds/Hughes took the win by 11 seconds from Achterberg/Fitzgerald.
That’s it from Cairns in stunning Tropical North Queensland.
Thanks folks for tuning in for what was a great maiden tarmac rally in Queensland’s tropics.
See you back for all the action from Targa High Country at Mt Buller from November 9-11.
The 28.15km Palmerstone stage has gone live. A reminder that the final TS18 run through Theresa Creek has been downgrounded to a touring section so the rally will be decided after TS17
After a delay to the start of TS17 the final short 7.20km Theresa Creek (TS18) has been downgraded to touring.
A small grass fire broke out on TS 16 which has forced the delay of TS 17 (Palmerstone).
The fire is now extinguished after have been attended to by the local fire services.
White/White continue to show the way in the closing stages in their Dodge Viper. The Tasmanians lead by 53 seconds from Stokell/Read.
In a titanic battle for the minor placings Morton/Reeves are now back to third a further six seconds behind.
Quinn/Catford top Dutton Garage Early Modern have seen their lead trimmed to 51 seconds from Howarth/Howarth.
Bray/Bray’s lead in Shannons Classic GT has been slashed to 29 seconds following the 27.61km run with Downey/Van Den Akker second.
In Shannons Classic Handicap, Yelds/Hughes have managed to squeeze their lead out to 11 seconds from Achterberg/Fitzgerald.
The David Watson and Ian Cudmore (Audi S3) went off the road on the Millaa Millaa stage. All okay.
The Subaru STI of Ralph and Malcolm Norton crashed but driver and co-driver are both okay.
The TSD Trophy VW Golf R of Simon Corbett-Jarvis and Bill Handebo are offroad on the 27.61km Millaa Millaa stage.
Following the 7.06km Moregatta TS15, White/White are now 51 seconds ahead.
A top run for Morton/Reeves sees their Lotus Exige reclaim second outright ahead of Stokell/Read who are one second further back in third.
In Dutton Garage Early Modern Quinn/Catford lead by 1min01sec.
Bray/Bray remain at the top of Shannons Classic GT by 54 seconds while in Shannons Classic Handicap Yelds/Hughes and Achterberg/Fitzgerald are separated by just five seconds.
David Kayess and Peter Kayess in the 1983 Toyota Corolla GT have stopped on TS14.