Competitors

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22nd – 25th October 2020

Held over 4 days competitors will travel over 1000km in total which includes almost 260km of flat out competition on 35 closed road Special Stages that each range in distance from Zig Zag’s 2.76km up to 20.4km at the new Maryville Downs layout.  The event is based in Perth and visits Whiteman Park, Kalamunda, Northbridge, Toodyay, Chittering, Bullsbrook and Malaga prior to the spectacular grand finalé alonside Riverside Drive & Langley Park at the City of Perth Special Stage.

The successful Ellenbrook and Parkerville stages first run last year will return again in 2020.

2020 ENTRY FEES
(per car i.e. include BOTH Driver & Co-Driver):

  • $1790 – 2 Day Targa Tour
  • $2750 – 2 Day Rallye
  • $4650 Targa 130 Category*
  • $4650 Targa 165 Category*
  • $4650 Competition Category*
    *Rookie Entrants receive a $1000 discount for either Targa 130, Targa 165 or Competition categories

All entry fees are per car (i.e. includes BOTH Driver and Co-Driver) are inclusive of:

  • Competition start in all the Event’s Special Stages, all Categories
  • Set of all Official Maps and/or Road Book route instructions
  • One Service Vehicle and up to eight Service Crew Registrations
  • Two door panels with car numbers, rally signage and any additional event sponsor decals as issued
  • RallySafe vehicle tracking system (mounting kit must be purchased separately.
  • 2 x Finishers Medallions, presented to all finishers
  • 2 x tickets to the City of Perth Gala Dinner and Presentation Awards Night at the Hyatt Grand Ballroom
  • Motorsport Australia Public Liability and Personal Accident insurance for all crew members. (Refer Appendix I of the Motorsport Australia Manual of Motor Sport)

The Make Smoking History Targa West is a national level Tarmac Rally as defined by Motorsport Australia.

The event is open to Drivers and Co-Drivers who hold a minimum of a Motorsport Australia Speed licence (Targa 130 & Tour Categories) or a National Rally (Targa 165 & Competition Categories). All cars must meet minimum safety standards, be registered, or hold an Over 48 Hour Permit, and whilst a ‘roll cage’ and ‘harnesses’ and driving suits & frontal head restraints are mandatory for both Targa 165 and the Competition Categories they are optional, albeit very strongly recommended in both Targa 130 and Tour.

On the Official Noticeboard page is further information including the Supplementary Regulations.  We encourage any  prospective competitors to get in touch with us if you have any queries.

Entry is limited to only 80 cars, so don’t delay get your Entry Form completed online now.