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Such was the local knowledge and clear direction provided by Auckland’s Dennis Neagle to Australian driver Ray Vandersee during last year’s Dunlop Targa New Zealand, the Kiwi has again been enlisted to form a major part of a formidable Skelta Racing team at this year’s event.

With the shakedown set for Papakura this Sunday before two legs of the Prologue will be run out of Maioro and the Pukekohe Raceway circuit on Monday, Vandersee will depart from Brisbane  where he’ll link up with his navigator in Auckland.

The duo will then look to hatch an appropriate strategy in their pursuit of a coveted Targa New Zealand title, guiding the revolutionary Skelta G-Force sports car that made an impressive impact in its International debut in the New Zealand event last year.

A report card that included two outright stage wins, eight second placings and five times third among 36 of 41 stages completed should be enough for the Skelta G-Force to be considered among the front-runners for this year’s Dunlop Targa New Zealand.

Dunlop Targa New Zealand will be held from Sunday, October 22 through to Saturday, October 28, comprising 42 stages with 765 kilometres of special stages and 1590 kilometres of touring over the seven days of the event. The course will travel through the areas of Pukekohe, Waikato, South Waikato, Taranaki, Manawatu, Taihape, Tararua, Central Hawkes Bay and Hawkes Bay. 
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