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The ongoing Coronavirus problems in Victoria has forced the postponement of next month's Targa High Country.
The three-day tarmac rally had been due to be held in mid-November, but has now been pushed back to the first weekend in February 2021.
"Unfortunately, Victoria is in a different situation to Queensland at the moment and with still uncertain signs on the horizon; along with a clear window of opportunity to simply move the event dates; we have today taken the decision to postpone the running of the 11th TARGA High Country to 5 to 7 February 2021," event organisers said today.
"Even though Victoria may be re-opened by mid-November, it is clear already that most other states will continue to insist on 14 days of quarantining for anyone who visits Victoria from another state, which severely hinders a number of people from attending this event.
"In moving the date back, not weeks but months, it will give us the best opportunity to ensure that TARGA High Country will be as big as it has been over a number of years with more than 150 cars turning up to compete and another 50 enjoying the TARGA Tour experience."
Targa High Country is based in Mansfield and Mt Buller, and follows the recently successful event, Targa Great Barrier Reef.
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