Targa Tasmania 2014 – Day Two
Today the roads of Targa Tasmania were all dry and unlike the drama’s of yesterday the service crew had a relatively quite day. The morning stages were a little slippery with the temperatures on the first few stages not going over 5 degrees celsius.
The final stages finished with the world famous Sidling stage which is one of the best tarmac rally stages in the world.
The team of Andrew and Lee now have a commanding lead in the category and Adam and Erin are trying to both nurse their car home after the damage yesterday as well as try their best at trying to bridge the gap to second position.
Tomorrow the circus which is Targa Tasmania will move from its base in Launceston to Strahan on the state’s West Coast where the crews will most likely have to compete in the first wet stages of the event.