In 2017, the celebration of the 101st Anniversary of the Targa Florio and the first time the event has left Italy, an amazing attraction for Victoria and all car enthusiasts was celebrated. The event toured the Victorian coast and countryside from the 29th November to the 3rd December 2017 and showcased all that this great state of Victoria has to offer. Featuring over 150 of the world’s most admirable cars the event attracted fans, celebrities and media from across the globe.
The Targa Florio Australian Tribute is a regularity event for classic cars produced in the years between 1907 and 1976. Cars will be competing over 4 days on Victoria’s open roads at regulated speed. As part of the event there will be 56 trials across the 4 days.
A regularity race, also called time-speed-distance or TSD race, is a type of motorsport race with the object of driving each segment of a Course in a specified time at a specified average speed. The race is usually conducted on public roads, but sometimes includes off-road and track sections. Participants compete in teams composed of a driver and navigator. Teams usually start a regularity race at fixed intervals, creating a field that is spread along the course.
The Targa Florio Australian Tribute 2018 will also include the Ferrari Trophy; open to Ferrari’s produced from 1977 to present day.
The competitors will arrive on Phillip Island on Friday stay overnight and depart Saturday morning.
See the website for further details and where you can see the cars.