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Press Release – October 2019

By News

Targa Florio Australia Tribute

4 day Historic Classic car event motoring through Victoria

14-17 November, 2019


MEDIA RELEASE: 24 October 2019

The Targa Florio Australian Tribute is one of the World’s premium classic car experiences that combines driving beautiful roads with stunning cars, passion and the enjoyment of life.

The 2019 route has been meticulously planned to ensure that great driving roads are highlighted over each of the 4 day event. Spectators can enjoy the parade of prestige classic motor vehicles and enjoy the skill of the competitors as they navigate through Time Trials.


Event Highlights:

In its 3rd year on Australian soil this year’s route enjoys many highlights over the 4 days of the event.

  • Thursday will see cars depart from Point Danger in Torquay, enjoy the breathtaking views along the Great Ocean Road, celebrating 100 years since the start of construction and then back for lunch in Queenscliff and across Port Phillip Bay on the Ferry via Arthurs Seat to street festivities as it arrives Flinders.
  • Friday The travelling classic cars circle Western Port Bay from Flinders to Tooradin and West Gippsland, Korumburra and arriving at the Phillip Island to complete a great day’s driving with the street festivities in Cowes Thompson Ave.
  • Saturday the event starts at San Remo foreshore and takes to the mountains – driving through Gippsland, the community of Mirboo North to the Haunted Hills Racetrack, home of the Australian Hillclimb championship and then an exciting drive up over Mt Donna Buang, through Noojee and into the Festa di via Verde in Healesville. A stage with interviews, a large Italian car display and a grazing evening highlighting the Yarra Valley’s premium food and wine will ensure a night to remember.  A huge Show and Shine car and bike display will make the Festa di via Verde a great afternoon for all who attend the festival.
  • Sunday completes the clover leaf around Melbourne with the Fleet enjoying a drive through Lancefield, Tooborac, Woodend for lunch, Mt Macedon to Williamstown and finishing to the cheers of 30,000 lovers of all things Italian at the Melbourne Italian Festa in Lygon st, Carlton.

Andrew Lawson, Director of TFAT says ‘a key focus for this year’s event has been to ensure the community and local regions benefit and that spectators enjoy the cars and interact with the drivers in a true motoring travelling celebration of classic cars.

‘It’s an event the competitors love, but it’s much more than just about cars. It is about bringing people together, out of their houses, into the street, down to the local park, on the street corner to connect with the event and feel part of it. This Historic event, whose roots are in Sicily, Italy since 1906, connects with all ages and involves fine food, wine and festivities, as well as an appreciation of the incredible cars.’

This year’s TFAT 2019 has attracted competitors across 3 categories, including Classic, Supercar and Ferrari. international Competitors including three teams from Italy have all come to enjoy the event.

Since 1906 the Italians in Italy have embraced all parts of the race where people jostle for prime position along the course and this is the vibe we want to bring to Victoria. Our motto is ‘Passion has no boundaries’.

The regions of Victoria have embraced Targa Florio Australian Tribute and have established community events along the route that bring a festive feel to the towns as the cars drive through.

In town stages, spectators can talk with drivers, listen to interviews, enjoy the cars as they complete the time trials, talk cars and sample local produce in a festive atmosphere… it really is a travelling Festa!


The Festa di via Verde on Saturday in Healesville, and the Melbourne Italian Festa on Sunday provide great crowds and great atmosphere to top off the event.  The race Grand Finale in Lygon Street will be a buzz with all things Italian and the race winners will be announced a fantastic Finale to a wonderful 4 day event.

‘It really is an event like nothing else’, says Andrew Lawson, who has been lucky enough to enjoy events locally and in North America, Asia and Europe which included the Targa Florio in Sicily last year.

‘Victoria is blessed with great driving roads and fantastic communities… it really is a wonderful experience, so I encourage anyone interested to come and have a look and be part of this Historic motoring event.’


About Targa Florio:

The iconic Targa Florio has been a much-loved tradition and motor event in Sicily since 1906.  Today the Targa Florio is rated one of the world’s top 5 events for classic car enthusiasts.  And because passion has no boundaries, that experience is now enjoyed in Australia!

The Targa Florio Australian Tribute provides car enthusiasts seeking a finer, Lifestyle motoring experience with a 4-day festival that excites and delights all the senses. The 4 day sister competition replicates this unique and traditional event and brings the style, culture and spectacle to Australia with a uniquely local flavour…….La Dolce Vita!


At the time of writing this release there were 5 entries left – for further information

 For press enquiries
Linda Lawson – TFAT
M: +61 431 685 490

Festa di via Verde 2019

By News, Victoria

Show’n’Shine your fabulous wheels at
The Festa di via Verde 

Ciao Yarra Valley Ciao
A two-week celebration of Italian Culture in the Yarra Valley 

16 Nov – 1 Dec 2019

A highlight of the Festa di via Verde (Green Street Festival) will be the arrival of the spectacular Targa Florio Australian Tribute on the 3rd day of their Victorian tour. Cars will complete their time trials on River Street and give spectators the opportunity to marvel at the international drivers’ skill and finesse. And you can be part of it!

Do you have a special car to show off at the Festa Show’n’Shine?

The Show ‘n’ Shine will be placed along River Street and in Coronation Park, Healesville. Drivers will be advised on a meeting place prior to the day, where everyone will receive their registration stickers before driving in a convoy along Maroondah Hwy and then into place at the Festa.

The last vehicles in the convoy will be timed for a 12pm arrival at the Festa. Once positioned, vehicles must remain on site until 6pm for the safety of Festa patrons.

Entrants into the 2019 Festa di via Verde Show’n’Shine will be in the running to win these fabulous prizes!

🇮🇹 Entry into the 2019 Targa Florio Australian Tribute representing the Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges, sponsored by Yarra Ranges Tourism. Value $6500.*

🇮🇹 Penrite Oil products valued at $1000, sponsored by Penrite Oil.

What: Show’n’Shine at the Festa di via Verde
When: Saturday 16 November 2019 from 12 – 6pm
Where: Coronation Park & Green & River Streets, Healesville

In addition to prestigious cars, the Festa will be host to musical entertainment in abundance, cooking demonstrations with author Toby Puttock and The Italianos (of MKR fame), Tarantella dancing, cheese wheel racing, a tomato-throwing competition, go-karts and market stalls serving Italian food and wine for all those needing authentic Italian sustenance.

Watts River Brewing is even putting together their own Italian-style Ciao Yarra Valley Ciao beer. There will be lots of laughing and having a good time.

Stay tuned for more programming details to be announced on the website or Facebook event page.

For convenient and delightful accommodation close to the Festa di via Verde in Healesville try:

  • Graceburn Gardens – Heritage charm with modern comforts in one of Healesville’s grand homes.
  • Tuck Inn – A contemporary B&B without the doilies!
1937 MG in Targa Florio Sicily

Targa Florio Sicily Classic insights

By Italy

The Targa Florio Sicily was a great opportunity to participate in one of the great classic car events. It was too good to pass on for Australian Husband and Wife combination Paul and Nikki Lawson. As one of the organising committee for the Australian Edition of this great motorsport event, it was a great way to see how the Italians did it.

The following is an account of Paul Lawson’s time during the Sicilian event this year in October.


A dream come true

Visiting Sicily for the first time was a dream come true, competing in the Targa Florio a truly wonderful experience.

We met Angelo Pizzuto, ACI Palermo President on Wednesday to attend the opening press conference. We then headed back to pick up the beautiful MG we had been assigned to drive. It was time to take the plunge into the chaotic Palermo traffic. We made it through the traffic to the document check and pre-race scrutineering.

The following day was spent preparing for the prologue through the streets of Palermo. That night the route took us past the many highlights of this beautiful city. We often went down one-way streets the wrong way and finished with the welcome dinner at the spectacular Royal Palace.

The Main Event

Thursday finally arrived. We were into the main event with an 11 hour day ahead. The first day included 60 PC trails and 6 PM trials. A baptism of fire for my navigator who took it all in her stride.

Highlights of the day included the mountainous countryside. An amazing lunch venue and a trip to the valley of the temples outside of Agrigento.

The next day was big! We would get to experience the original loop of the Targa Florio course. It started at the grandstand and pits in Floriopoli which everyone thoroughly enjoyed.

A baptism of fire for my navigator who took it all in her stride.

Car trouble

As we pulled up someone noticed that we where leaking fuel from the tank. After getting some assistance it appeared we had reached a premature end. The car was being loaded on the truck to be taken away for repair. The main mechanic suggested putting a piece of Wood between the chassis and the offending hole and tightening it up. To everyone’s amazement, it worked! While the whole field had departed, we were back in the event just before they shut the road.

The bonus was we had the road to ourselves and could really enjoy the mountainous roads, some were pretty rough but we had a great time.

We made up time and passed a few of the field and managed to arrive without losing any penalties at the lunch break in beautiful Cefalù. We stuffed in some lunch and continued for the final section back toward Palermo and another extremely large mountain stage. The downhill intervals really tested the MG’s brakes.

We pulled into Palermo feeling very happy to make it to the end as the tank had started to leak a lot.

Speaking to the owners mechanic, he confirmed that we had a hole in the tank that would need welding so we would need to skip the Sunday drive to the piccolo circuit that was a separate event.

We pulled into Palermo feeling very happy to make it to the end as the tank had started to leak a lot.

Zero Timing Device

We were pleasantly surprised that we had moved up from 30th overnight to a pretty credible 23rd overall after 100PC and 10 PM trials. The Zero timing equipment we were utilising for the event made a big difference.

We then headed to the Gala dinner in a very happy mood to celebrate with our fellow Australian competitors who had performed well and loved the event and all the Italian and European competitors we meet along the way.

Angelo insisted the car was safe and would not get worse so we managed to also do the Sunday drive to the piccolo circuit which was a real high light before the drive back to a finish at Teatro Massimo in Palermo where we enjoyed the final lunch and the presentation for the Targa Florio Sicily.

Wow-what an event, truly amazing both for the driving, great competition and countryside.

1937 MG in Targa Florio Sicily

Melbourne Italian Festa 2019

By News

This year’s Melbourne Italian Festa celebrates all things Italian, entertainment, fun, music, art, sports, food and activities.  We are excited to announce that The Festa has been expanded back into Lygon Street with a great program of activities and entertainment set throughout the day.

To add to the excitement the Festa will welcome the fabulous Targa Florio Australian Tribute as it completes 4 days of competition as the cars are waved over the finish line from 4:00pm.

The Melbourne Italian Festa showcase and celebrate the Italo-Australian community’s ongoing contribution to Melbourne as a multicultural city.

Through the Festa, the values and traditions of Italian art and culture, covering many of regions of Italy, Melbourne thrives in its cultural diversity and as such, we would like to welcome the entire community as we come together and enjoy a celebration of Italian culture together.

10:00am – 9:00pm
Sunday, 17th November 2019
Lygon Street, Carlton

2019 Event Highlights

By News

DAY 1:

Event Start – Point Danger, Torquay
We are excited to announce the Start at Point Danger Torquay, with a spectacular backdrop of the ocean, the cars will line up in all their pristine glory before being waved off on their 4 day adventure. After which, they will still be glorious, but may not be as pristine!

Cars will then enjoy the sweeping curves of the Great Ocean Road before looping back to Queenscliff for a well-earned lunch and rest stop in Queenscliff. They will share the stop with the lovely Q Train recently featured on Master Chef, before heading across the bay on the Searoad ferry.

DAY 2:

The beautiful Flinders Village will rise early to watch the cars depart for Hastings then onto Gippsland for lunch, a crowd to cheer us through Korumburra before driving into Phillip Island.  Following a competition stage cars will return to Cowes where the main street will be ready to enjoy the cars and competitors with a street party.

DAY 3:

Leaving from the San Remo Foreshore, the cars head through the Italian community of Mirboo North and to the Haunted Hills track for a fun drive around and lunch. Then taking in some of Victoria’s great driving roads up into the mountains, through Noojee and a competition stage at the Heritage Centre, then back down to the Healesville Festa di Via Verde.  The Healesville event has grown to become a celebration of cars and Italy with 500 cars on display the competition will run in River Street with the whole Yarra Valley celebrating with local produce and wines. What a day this will be!

DAY 4:

The final day sees us dropping past the famous Tooby Pub in Tooborac, lovely driving roads to Mt Macedon, crowds and lunch in Woodend and a drive via Williamstown to a finish at Lygon Street. The Gran Finale will see competitors cheered over the finish line by thousands of people and will be an exciting end to the Melbourne Italian Festa and a great Targa Florio Australian Tribute.

Time to ‘Zero In’ on the Targa Florio Australian Tribute

By merchandise, Training

When it comes to Classic Car Rallies just the appreciation of great cars, local food and wine and camraderie of others is enough. However, the competition element of Regularity Motorsport can further deepen your enjoyment of this enjoyable past time.


Veteran of overseas European Classic Car Rallies and Director of the Targa Florio Australian Tribute, Andrew Lawson explains a little more about the timing equipment required for these great events.


Timing Equipment, Practice

Its up to each team to work out how hard you want to compete in the Targa Florio Australian Tribute. This article has been written to explain some of the choices and to highlight the Zero device as a unit that in our experience provides a tool which we hope will improve teams ability and enjoyment as they get closer and closer to the nominated PC times.

As ever practice makes a big difference – there is no substitute from having experienced driving and practicing the same routine as you drive through the PC trials.

Below is a summary of the timing equipment that can help you become more skilled and accurate:

Getting Started:

If you want to get more accurate there are a wide range of equipment that have been created to help you.

These include ‘rally’ style odometer (Zero, Terratrip, Monit etc.) which are mounted in the car. This can also be achieved with an App such as ‘Rallytripmeter’. There are a number available.

Time Controls are simple. Check your clock, be on time, and add the time allowed to your time out and make sure you arrive at the destination on time! As long as there are no issues with the car and you follow the route you should not loose time making these within the allotted minute.

Regularity Stages and Average Speed tests are a little more involved. It’s a team effort and you need to work together. For our first go at the Mille Miglia and the Targa Florio events we used an Ipad’ Regularity Test App. called (Lite is free, Klassik costs $99 but will allow you to enter the entire rally before you start the event where as the lite version requires you to enter the tests in groups).

The following are some of the equipment available.

On the navigation side we have used terratrip that accurately provides distance and time information.  These combine well with the roadbook as they allow you to have accurate distance calculation between each direction or feature highlighted in the roadbook.  They also provide accurate average speed feedback for the PM trials where you are set an average speed to maintain typically run over 5 – 10 km’s.

Competition – tools that help :

Generally, after you have completed a number of these rally’s and your competitive nature takes over there is no end of preparations you can take and equipment you can add to the car to give you the best chance.

To make the timing even more accurate hand-held triggers, countdown audio and very accurate equipment all enable the competitors to be very accurate.

Examples of the top end equipment include the Zero, Digitec Ecco, Bora and Bora S systems that have been developed in Italy for these races.

ZERO – V5.2

Having watched and spoken to a wide range of teams that compete in the European events there is wide range of equipment and techniques used to be as accurate as possible.  In deciding on a system our main criteria were:

  • East of use
  • They include a handheld trigger
  • They have a simple menu system
  • They are easy to set up and use in the event.
  • Cost, systems can cost from $750 – $2,500

The Zero units ticked all the boxes, they come programmed in Italian or English, have a simple menu system and have been developed for the European regularity events.

The units are provided with the following:

  • Zero Unit
  • Robust case
  • Dash mount, including a trigger mount
  • Trigger
  • Charge cable

The only thing we needed to add was a set of headphones.

The unit has a training and event modes.

Race Mode

For the event the rally time is accurately recorded and the PC’s. PM are added together with transit stages.

Typically there are between 3 and 6 PC’s run concurrently (you are asked in the setup whether they are concurrent (linked)or not).

There are 4 different events

CO:        time control (the time allocated for the car to start the race),

PC          Precision trial, measured between 2 tubes on the road, cars are given an exact time to complete each PC.

The key to success in PC trials is hitting the exact time over each line.

A big help is establishing a consistent time and technique for the last 10 metre zone.

These stages are all about hitting the exact time for each trial.

  • There are more than 70 of these on the rally and they are timed within 1/100 of a second.
  • This is where the regularity rally is won and lost.
  • The key is to accurately drive these short sections, between 40 and 400 meters long in exactly the correct time.
  • Typically you are required to travel approx. 10-30km/h.
  • There are typically 2 – 4 of these in a row and they are positioned in car parks, ovals and where roads can be closed to ensure public traffic do not drive through them and affect the timing.

Generally, there will be marshals to direct you into the time trials.

The penalty for not being exactly on time is 1 point per 1/100th of a second

PF           Phantom Trial (a time set for travelling between sets of PC’s

CC          Time control – accurate to the 1/100 of a second.

You can then add the entire event into the ZERO and you are ready to go.  An added feature to the Zero’s is that if one of the other competitors has loaded to event in a ZERO the units can be connected by a cable and share the event data.

We have purchased a ZERO and will make sure we have them at training.

A training guide was prepared for the first training – if you would like a copy of it or any further information on the ZERO devices or training please contact Linda on


Teams spend weekends and spare time training to time the last 10 meters into controls to get as close to exact as possible.  To win one of these events competitors must accurately complete 70 – 120 PC’s with the minimum time losses.  The winners typically do this with only a few seconds lost over the entire event.

Feedback from experts is that they use a foot on the brake and a foot on the accelerator to get the time as close as possible.  Winning these events takes practice to be as consistent as you can be over the line.  A lot of practice and repetitively mastering the PC stages is key to winning the event.


Alfa Romeo in Yarra Valley Italian Festival

Yarra Valley Italian Festival includes Targa Florio Australian Tribute in 2019

By Victoria

The Targa Florio Australian Tribute is once again proud to be one of the main attractions at the “Ciao Yarra Valley Ciao” Italian Festival in Healesville.


The Ciao Yarra Valley Ciao festival is returning to the Yarra Valley to celebrate the region’s rich Italian heritage. The festival will showcase the best Italian food, wine, entertainment and cars in themed events across the Yarra Valley region over two weeks in November.

Incorporating this year’s theme of Eat, Drink, Move, the festival will kick off in Healesville. The Festa di via Verde (Green Street Festival), will also coincide with the iconic Targa Florio Australian Tribute motor car race.

Competitors in the Targa Florio Australian Tribute got an up close and personal taste of the festival in 2018. Drivers were completing one of their many time trials as part of the festival activities. Likewise, locals in the festival watched on as a wonderful array of motor cars drove by.

Festival goers got to witness some rare cars in action. Including the gorgeous 1951 Lancia Aurelia. The elegant 1936 Delage Le Mans and the rare 1948 Tucker Torpedo, the only one of its kind in Australia.

In 2019 the Targa Florio Australian Tribute will continue to play a role in the festival by showcasing some of Italy’s finest motor cars of today and from the last century.

Stay tuned for more information about the Targa Florio Australian Tribute at as the event continues to build, starting from November 14-17, 2019.

For more information and booking details visit

Alfa Romeo 1927 competing in the Mille Miglia

Mille Miglia invites Targa Florio Australian Tribute to 2019 event

By Italy

This year in May, the Targa Florio Australian Tribute team went to Italy on a fact finding mission. They got a rare behind scenes look at ‘One of the most beautiful Races in the World’, the Mille Miglia. Andrew Lawson, Director of the Targa Florio Australian Tribute provides his insights into their recent trip abroad.

This year Linda (my wife), Paul (my brother) and I returned to enjoy the Mille Miglia as guests after competing in the event in 2016. On this occasion we had the opportunity as the Targa Florio Australian Tribute team. We sought to understand the race from a behind the scenes perpective. We cannot thank Francesca and Alberto enough for their kindness and generosity whist  running the 2019 event.

Linda joined Paul and I with the same smile that we have had since competing in the event.  Ears pinned back she reveled in driving the event. Manically latching onto the back of the escort police. They created additional lanes for us to fly from town to town.  I just needed to work out how I get back to the driving seat.

Local Italian Culture

Having an Italian in the car we enjoyed speaking to the gorgeous locals as we drove slowly in que through the historic towns past adoring crowds, Linda thanked them in Italian for coming out in the rain to see us…. ‘merita’ said the older lady “its worth it”. Thousands of volunteers help with the flow of cars seamlessly through and around their historic towns and hand out local food specialities including gelato, espresso and wine to the drivers and codrivers. The love for the event is very infectious.

Alfa Romeo 1927 competing in the Mille Miglia
Lawsons meet Mark Weber at Mille Miglia

A competitors point of view

Rather than just hearing from me, David Bredan, Editor of sums up his experience in his first Mille Miglia event perfectly. David competed this year in his first Mille Miglia in 2019 and no doubt has well and truly become addicted to the event as we have.

The atmosphere of the event

Meanwhile, everywhere we went, the energy was such that it put F1 races to shame. From the most remote homestead to the busiest city center, people from age five to 105 were standing and sitting and running, waving, cheering, and photographing along the road. Not one single disapproving look or any such encounter — and I must say, the race does turn the lives of these tranquil little Italian cities upside down. Working days or school time, rain or shine: nothing was an issue. Well, maybe apart from that nice old lady who quite literally leapt through my lowered driver-side window to shake our hand, while shouting “Abarth!” and some unintelligible, but highly enthused Italian phrases at us. The love of cars and driving has, indeed, united people.

The experience

The whole point I am trying to make is that driving these cars is unusually hard, immensely thrilling and, as a result, highly rewarding. It’s not just driving around, though: The same adjectives could be used about navigating a thousand miles on the infamously hectic Italian road network. The route contains closed sections, including roads that lead through an ancient villa’s garden or across some breathtakingly beautiful valleys of Emilia-Romagna, as well as down the public road. Now, in my understanding, because some stages need to be performed as close to a pre-defined time as possible, things can get a bit out of hand if any one of the hundreds of serious participants fighting for the win gets held up.

The local customs

Desperate times call for desperate measures — or so they would in every other country. In Italy, the police rush to their assistance. We were part of such a delayed convoy of cars and witnessed three police bikes quite literally riding into oncoming traffic, with each rider pumping with their arms in the direction of either one of the two sides of the road, hence “asking” the traffic to make a path in the center of the two-lane single carriageway.

Making way for the competitors

As the road opened, and we were doing about 110kph (65mph) in a zone of 60kph (35mph), the police officers started urging us to drive faster and faster, waving their arms in a rather bossy fashion — and we were only happy to comply. This happened in a train composed of two Gullwings, a Porsche 550 Spider, a 356 Speedster and three other cars I couldn’t easily identify, nor do I remember anything about, I was so busy concentrating on keeping this 44.6HP Double-Bubble part of the train. Needless to say, this was as much of a hair-brained idea as it was an absolute thrill — and the way the traffic assisted us and cheered us along showed just how deeply integrated the love of cars is in Italy.

The fact that we overtook an ambulance that had its sirens on because its driver reached out the window and urged us to pass him (and gave us a thumbs-up as we blasted by with our roaring half-a-century-old cars) was well and truly over what I had ever dared to imagine. And when the night finally falls after a full day of driving full of such encounters, one turns onto some abandoned country roads chasing a 356 Speedster in an Abarth 750 — and that’s when, for a brief, passing moment, all is well in the world.

What an experience

Although Mille Miglia and all its crazy moments are a thing of the past, I can still play back just about every scenery and every overtake and situation in my mind like a movie – that’s how genuine this experience has been.

Replicating this experience in Australia

Enjoying the chance to experience both of the great Italian Rallies in 2018 and return to Australia, our family had the opportunity to get involved and build the Australian version of the Targa Florio.  You have to be careful what you wish for.  In February having agreed to take on the Targa Florio Australian Tribute event we set up Australian Classic Events.  Whilst there is a lot to do it has been great to sit down and work to build the event for this year.  We have started with great roads and an extended route which now totals 1200 kilometres over the 4 days.

We are working closely with the communities along the route to try and create as close an atmosphere in the towns as we enjoyed in Italy.  This approach will see the event finish at the Italian Festa in Lygon Street, drive into a bigger Ciao Yarra Valley Ciao Festa Verde in Healesville and more opportunities for community events under discussion in all the other regions..

We have created a new website: to explain the event and provide as much information as we can.

Competition Training

By Training No Comments

Have you ever been curious about the ins and outs of the Competition Stages of the Targa Florio?

Take the opportunity to attend a monthly Targa Florio Australian Tribute training session. In a casual environment you will learn what it takes to compete in the Targa Florio Australian Tribute. Training is free and Drivers and Co-Drivers get hands on skills and training in the Competition Stages which follow a European format of driving with precision rather than speed. Bring an open mind, a great attitude, willingness to learn and your own vehicle. It is Challenging, addictive and fun!

The duo of David Reidy and former AFL Champion Leigh Colbert have plenty of experience when it comes to this form of Motorsport. After competing in numerous European Regularity Motorsport events they consider it important to attend these sessions in search of improvement behind the wheel and as a team.

Check out their insights in the video below filmed at one of our recent training sessions.

If you would like to attend a session call the Targa Florio Australian Tribute office on 0431 685 490 or email
Training takes place on the last Sunday of each month and full details are below.

  • DATE: Last Sunday of each month finishing in October.
  • TIME: 10.00 am.
  • VENUE: Lorbek Luxury Cars (car park), 30 Prohasky St, Port Melbourne VIC 3207
Listen to the insights of David Reidy and Leigh Colbert about their experience in Regularity Motorsport.