Targa Sixty Six moves to Chattanooga, October 13-15

Photography Credit: Chris Tropea

With Palm Beach International Raceway now closed, the Targa Sixty Six heads to a new venue at a new time of year. It’ll move to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where it will run on the temporary Pace Grand Prix Course in conjunction with the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival on October 13-15.

British race car driver Brian Redman, two-time class winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, founded the Targa Sixty Six in 1991. The organization’s stated goals are to provide a venue for owners of “vintage and modern high performance and collector cars that do not necessarily wish to race them, but who like to drive at speed under controlled conditions, in the company of others with like interests.”

They plan to offer ample track time to participants on Friday, October 13, and Saturday, October 14. This leaves Sunday, October 15, to enjoy the rest of the events of the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival.

For more information on the Targa Sixty Six, visit gorace.com.

For more information on the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival, visit chattanoogamotorcar.com.

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