The Targa Review Panel is now welcoming public submissions as part of its ongoing investigation into the future of Targa style tarmac rallies.
Anyone wishing to make a submission to the panel can now do so by clicking here.
The Motorsport Australia Board appointed the Targa Review Panel following the tragic death of a competitor during the recent Targa Tasmania event earlier this year.
Targa Review Panel Chair Garry Connelly AM said the submissions were an important part of the Panel’s process.
“The Panel is working as quickly as it can and we understand the importance of completing this review in a timely manner, however we must ensure that there is sufficient opportunity for all interested parties to make submissions, and for the Panel to carry out the review in a thorough and accurate manner.
“We are now seeking feedback on three specific areas and we welcome submissions from all relevant parties, whether they be active or past competitors, officials, event organisers or spectators.
“The three areas we are seeking feedback on are: the safe running of events, the licence and experience requirements for drivers taking part in these events, and also vehicle eligibility and preparation.
“These submissions are a key part of helping us understand the various issues and concerns that exist from a wide range of stakeholders.
“We will also accept submissions on behalf of groups or individuals.”
Submissions must be received by Friday, 29 July at 5pm. Submissions must be submitted via the online survey, which can be found here.