Targa Tour 2013: Nelson

"Targa Tour" is PCA BCIR's Annual Rally on BC's twistiest roads.

Targa Tour 2013 - Nelson, BC - PCA BCIR - Porsche Club

Thanks for all who attended, volunteered and sponsored the event. It was a howling success! Results and photos: www.targacanadawest.com...


Thanks to all Sponsors and Partners:


Date

August 23-25, 2013: Starting Friday evening; wrapping-up Sunday at noon.

Location

Based out of the gorgeous – and very cool – town of Nelson, BC, in the heart of breathtaking vistas, lakes and mountains. Far out. For Real.

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Event Overview

Rally:
  • Open to all makes, models and vintages of sporting cars. Porsche Club membership not required: all welcome!
  • Options are to do the Tour, Gimmick Rally or TSD Rally (TSD = Time Speed Distance). Select option Friday Aug 23 in Nelson.
  • This is not a race – it is a rally on public roads supporting the communities – and respecting the residents and "rules of the road."
Social:
  • Wine & Cheese Reception (Friday evening).
  • Targa Tour Rally (Saturday, all day).
  • Targa BBQ Social (Saturday evening).
  • Rally Brunch & Awards / Prize Draws (Sunday morning)
  • Great Times...

Online Registration 

  • Web registration opens in June. 
  • Cost: $195 per team/car (one or two people), and includes:
    • Registration Package; Wine & Cheese; Rally Entry; Rally BBQ; Car Show & Social; Rally Awards & Prize Draws.
  • Not included in rally event fee: Accommodation or food/beverage not listed above.
  • Recommended to book accommodation ASAP, even before Rally Registration (you can always cancel hotel).

Accommodation

 
 
 

Prestige Lakeside Resort, Nelson. Link to event hotel...

Book your room directly with the resort: 
701 Lakeside Drive Nelson, BC V1L 6G3  
Phone 250.352.7222

Mention "Targa Rally / Porsche Club" for special event rates.


Event Contacts

Duane Bentley, Organizer: president@bci.pca.org
Nicki Beverly, Rally Master: nicki@shaw.ca

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