The Event is intended for Production Cars, categorised as Classic and Modern Sports Cars, Sedans and Utility Vehicles, being four wheeled vehicles, capable of legally carrying 2 person’s minimum. The acceptance of entries of Low Volume cars as defined by the CAMS Tarmac Technical Regulations Article 3.5 shall be at the discretion of the organisers. Competitors intending to enter such cars shall make application to the organisers prior to lodging an entry.
All competing vehicles shall comply with Schedules A & R of the CAMS Manual of Motor Sport and the CAMS Tarmac Rally Technical Regulations OR comply with the Targa Australia Technical Regulations 2016 & 2017 Version 2 (7th June 2016) for events run by Targa Australia e.g. Targa Tasmania. The vehicle MUST comply to one OR the other set of Regulations, NOT a combination of both.
Non complying cars may be able to enter Targa South West subject to CAMS approval.
Below you’ll find links to the Technical Regulations that govern what modifications can be made to your race car to be eligible for competition in a CAMS Tarmac Rally. If you have any queries regarding modification you have made or intend to make to your vehicle please contact email@example.com
- CAMS Tarmac Rally Technical Regulations – Classic (link will be updated when CAMS release the 2017 regulations)
- CAMS Tarmac Rally Technical Regulations – Modern (link will be updated when CAMS release the 2017 regulations)
- Targa Australia Technical Regulations 2016 & 2017 Version 2 Update (7th June 2016)
- 2017 Quit Targa South West Supplementary Regulations