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The provisional course for the 2020 Targa Great Barrier Reef features a great increase in competitive kilometres for competitors as the event grows on the success of previous years.
Targa announced today that the provisional course has a 25% kilometre increase, which equates to almost 50km of extra competitive distance.
Four brand new stages will also be in the event, bringing the total stage number to 20.
“Targa Great Barrier Reef brought this large scale motorsport event to Far North Queensland that engaged many motoring enthusiasts, along with activating hundreds of volunteers with an interest in cars,” Targa chief executive Mark Perry said.
“Aside from injecting direct economic benefits to local business and trades, our various promotion and broadcast platforms offer great publicity value to the destination in which we’re touring.”
“We have identified provisional stages and will be issuing letters to all residents who may be impacted by the event, and encourage anyone with questions to contact Targa direct.”
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