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Australian Classic Tarmac Rally Championship

Glenney upstages Lamborghinis at Targa opening

Steve Glenney in his 2006 Subaru WRX STI

Local hope, Steve Glenney, driving a 2006 Subaru Impreza WRX STI, has upstaged his more fancied rivals by setting the fastest time at the prologue stage at Supaloc Targa Adelaide.

He will now take the top seeding into the four-day event that now heads to the surrounding hills before finishing back in the city on Sunday afternoon.

Glenney beat the Lamborghini Gallardo of fellow South Australian, Kevin Weeks, by 2.8 seconds around the 3.25 kilometre course, with another Lamborghini, driven by reigning Australian Champion Jason White, back in third, a further 2.3 seconds back.

Supaloc Targa Adelaide night stage announcement

Adelaide's Kevin Weeks won in Adelaide in 2011 in his 1974 Porsche 911 RS

Supaloc Targa Adelaide will introduce some exciting changes in 2012, with the inclusion of modern cars to compete along with the classics and an innovative night stage, among the highlights.

Details of the night stage, where people will be able to watch millions of dollars of many of the world’s finest cars compete side by side at an inner city venue, will be announced at a media opportunity on Wednesday May 23 at 12.30 at the Adelaide Event and Exhibition Centre.

Adelaide Hills Tarmac Rally introduces Rookie Category in 2012


First time competitors will have an opportunity to try Tarmac Rallying in the inaugural Rookie Category over day three of the 2012 Adelaide Hills Tarmac Rally.

Cars and drivers will still need to comply with all of the requirements of the event and the Confederation of Australian Motorsport (CAMS), and Rookies are encouraged to take advantage of the advice and assistance of scrutineers and event organisers to get them prepared.

Iconic SA Event back for its 6th Year‏


The 2012 Adelaide Hills Tarmac Rally will be a 3 day event from May 18th to May 20th 2012 with 26 stages covering 215km competitive distance.

The event will start on Friday May 18th with a prologue at Malalla Motorsport Park before completing 6 stages on the way back through the beautifully tight and twisty roads of the Adelaide Hills to the home of the event in the picturesque McLaren Vale.

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