Saturday, May 4, 2019

Targa Tasmania's 2019 visit to New Norfolk

"Batmen" Steven Sher and Fergal Murphy arriving in their 2016 Lotus Exige.

Targa crews and onlookers during the lunch break at New Norfolk.

Classic Holdens and Fords were on show.

Cars on display in the paddock in front of the sports centre.

A quick tidy-up for the 2002 Ford Falcon  Pursuit 250 Ute crewed by
Queensland brothers Darryl and Peter Marshall.

1969 Fiat 124 AC crewed by David Currow and Kit O'Donnell.

Queenslanders Tyson and Celise Cowie arrive in their 1970 Mark I Ford Escort,
ahead of the 2002 Mini crewed by Tasmanians Casey Price and Daniel Wilson.

Paul and Sharon Poulter in their 2000 Jaguar S Type X200.

The 1997 Lotus Elise of John Culvenor and co-driver Barrie Fitchett, of NSW.

The patched-up 2014 Subaru Impreza WRX STi of Anthony Grace and
Craig Jones, both from Queensland.

The 1984 AUDI UR Quattro Coupe of father-and-son racers Jim and Evan
Kelly, of New South Wales.


Many cars with low front ends like this Porsche bottomed-out while exiting
from the recently constructed driveway at the sports centre.

Timekeepers recorded the arrival and departure of each vehicle.

Mid-1990s Ford Mustang GT.

A classic mid-1960s Ford Mustang.

Tasmanian entrants Simon and Amanda Davison in their 1955 Austin A30.

Tasmanians Wayne Clark and Trevor Berriman in their 1938 Dodge Speedster.

1 comment:

  1. Was amusing to see that some Targa competitors took their lunch break at the Malbina cemetery and nice to see how quietly they made their way in and out too.

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