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Targa Florio rally

05 Dec 2017

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Docklands was the start and finish points for world-renowned Italian vintage car rally, Targa Florio, as it made its international debut in Victoria in November.

Participants, enthusiasts and celebrities attended scrutineering on Harbour Esplanade on November 29 before the drivers embarked on their 1175km race.

Harbour Esplanade was transformed into a car runway with classic cars and Ferraris in the spotlight.

More than 200 classic cars from international makers such as Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Bugatti, Lancia, Maserati and BMW participated in the prestigious race.

The vintage cars travelled from Docklands to Geelong, the Great Ocean Road, via Queenscliff before being transported by ferry to Mornington Peninsula and to Yarra Valley and eventually back to their sponsor’s village in front of NAB on Sunday, December 3.

The Targa Florio Australian Tribute was the first time Targa was held outside of Sicily in the rally’s 101-year history.

Winners were announced at a closing ceremony at Etihad Stadium.

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