Category Archives: Targa Live

Targa Live

Derived times

After an incident on TS14, a number of cars will get derived times having been slowed due to the accident. Stand by for final results as many of the leading outright cars were impacted.

Mark and Peter Meletopoulo, driving a 2013 Lotus Exige, were the crew involved in that accident on TS14. Peter (co-driver) is OK, while Mark (driver) has arm injuries and is being taken to hospital for further observation and assessment.

TS13 results

Results are in following the 8.12km King Valley stage with White maintaining the rage in the Outright and GT2 standings.

White now has extended his Outright and GT2 margin by another 9s to lead by 1:26s.

Close has moved to within 6s of Quinn for Outright fifth.

Maguire set the fastest time of the stage, toppling White by one second in a Viper tight.

Dutton Garage GT4 saw Bray set the fastest time. Quinn still leads Anear by 38s.

In Dutton Garage Early Modern Nunn takes a further 4s from Lilleyman to extend his lead to 21s. Howarth was quick again and remains third +43s.

In Classic Handicap Copeland has added 15s to his lead taking it out to 51s over Prieston.

GT Sports Trophy saw Ringuet take another full second off Grace to reduce the deficit to 23seconds. Seymour is third +1:10s with Sgambellone +1:27s.

Thoroughbred Trophy looks like Waldron might be experiencing trouble. No results for the Sigma driver for the stage. Arundel now heads Greig by 1:43s

See previous post re: TSD Trophy standings.


TS13 TSD results

The Taylors copped one penalty point and are now on a total of 6 points to maintain a 2 point lead over Bryden/Lang who escaped the King Valley 8.12km run without a penalty.

Parkinson/Hughes remains in third, also without penalty on the stage with 11 points.

Steve and Heather Brumby remain in fourth on 25 points. Emond/Jones are fifth with 27, Hoven/Davies are sixth with 30.


TS12 results

Going into the Pizzini lunch break, Outright White now leads by 1min17s from Stokell.

Maguire third plus 1.:51s, Ireland fourth 2:09s. Quinn fifth plus 3:13.

In the Outright battle Close took another 12s off Quinn and now trails the veteran by just 19s.

However in Dutton Garage GT4 Quinn holds a 40s over Anear. Smith third plus 1:07s, Williams fourth plus 1:39s, Monaghan fifth in 1:49s.

Dutton Garage Early Modern, Nunn set the fastest time and now leads Lilleyman by 17s. Howarth is showing good pace on every stage and is third 42s behind.

In Classic Handicap Copeland has extended his lead by 2s over Prieston. Downey stretches his lead to 3:40s over Lomman in Classic GT.

GT Sports Trophy sees Ringuet chomping another 2s from Grace to trail him by just 24s.

Seymour moves up in third 1:10s behind pushing Sgambellone down to fourth plus 1:20.

Waldron remains clear in Thoroughbred Trophy.