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Queenslander Donn Todd has won classic outright, 1 minute and 21 seconds ahead of his nearest rival John Ireland. Paul Stuart has finished third 16 minutes and 51 seconds off the pace.
TV personality Grant Denyer has taken out the showroom competition over international driver Bunjamin Noor by a comprehensive margin of 18 minutes and 9 seconds. Nick Strange has finished 3rd, 20 minutes and 43 seconds off the pace of the leaders.
Ben Manion and Damien Roach have won early modern by 28 seconds over Michael Pritchard and Gary Mourant. Stephen Thatcher and Kelly Handley have finished third.
Jason White and John White have won Targa Tasmania beating Steve Glenney and Bernie Webb. South Australian father and son team Matt and Dennis Sims have finished third.
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Leight Achterberg and Greg Fitzgerald have won late classic beating John Ireland and Michael Ribot by 2 minutes and 51 seconds. Paul Stuart and Mike Herrod have come third, 11 minutes and 38 seconds behind the leaders.
Peter and Sari Ullrich have won early classic, beating nearest rival Andrew White and Ashley Yelds by 7 minutes and 49 seconds. Paul and Christine Freestone, have come third, 16 minutes and 5 seconds off the pace in their Holden 215.
Targa Tasmania Hall of Famers Jeff and Nerida Beable have had an off, 1.4km into TS37. All OK.
Philip and John Blake (car 349) have won classic florio, taking out the title over David Currow and Colin Carati (car 371) by a margin of 6 minutes and 26 seconds.
Blake snatched the lead after Mac and Marjorie Russell had a mechanical on TS37, 10.8km…
In the regularity category, Phil and David Frith has one Targa Tasmania, and the Australian Targa Championship with a score of 85 points. Martin Duursma and Marc Sobbel have come second with a score of 154 points and Andrew Clingeleffer and David Rust…
In one of the many battles going out on course, Stephen Thatcher has pulled away from Richard Perini on TS37 to give himself a comfortable buffer of 17 seconds to claim third place in early modern with one stage to go.
Jason White has put the Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale delicately through TS37, Woodsdale to give himself a 1 minute and 7 second lead. Leading into the final stage of the event and the Australian Targa Championship.
Change in the Early Modern lead with Michael Pritchard and Gary Mourant having their time returned back to the correct derived time that was allocated to them following on from an incident in Leg 3 on TS24. This means that Ben Manion and Damien Roach…
Car 923 Andrew Robinson & Thomas Browell has retired after TS36 Tarraleah, unfortunate finish to a huge week at Targa Tasmania.
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