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Racing a Rally 911 Through Tasmania’s Suburbs

by Kenny Hoeschen

The Australian Targa Championship is a five-day tarmac rally race that goes through the streets and along the highways of the Australian island that’s home to Tasmanian Devils and, maybe, a few Tasmanian Tigers. But it’s also one of the only rally races we know of that goes through cities and neighborhoods; past homes, driveways, trash cans, and front lawns.

This POV video follows Mark Clair and Stuart Greaves as they hoon along the Tassie roads. It’s from Day Zero of the 2014 race, which goes through the towns of Kayena and Georgetown, north of Launceston on Tasmania’s northern coast. This looks like great fun … we’ve all dreamed of finding an ghost town and zipping through the streets, though any suburb will do if they tape off the streets for us.

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