A shot at Targa Tasmania royalty and adding to an already detailed legacy awaits for Jason and John White as the action rolls around once again for 2019.
With the opportunity to equalise Australian racing legend, Jim Richards' and Barry Oliver's record of eight outright victories, the uncle and nephew duo are relying on their trusty Dodge Viper to replicate its previous consecutive victories of the past two years.
Short-priced favourites to join Richards and Oliver in the upper echelon of Tasmanian and Australian Motorsport in this year's instalment, the Whites have been undefeated in four straight Targa outings since last year's Tasmanian event.
Hyundai sibling duo Brendan Reeves and Rhianon Gelsomino have other plans however, as the maker's World Rally Championship development driver looks to make his stamp on Targa Tasmania in the critically-acclaimed i30 N.
After their tight 2018 tussle with the Whites, Matt Close and Cameron Reeves return to Tasmania with the heavy task of battling with the more powerful Dodge Viper on their mind as they prepare their Porsche GT3 RS.
Going into the final day of last year's event, Close sat just 27 seconds behind the historic duo before plunging into a fence during the opening Tinderbox stage and ending their hopes at repeating their 2016 victory.
With all focus of the White and Close dual continuing once again, the experience of drivers Steve Glenney and Tony Quinn are two that can never be counted out heading into the Targa Tasmania event.
As Glenney switches from Subaru WRX STI to a powerful Lotus Exige 350 in an attempt to reclaim the top spot that he conquered in 2008, he will be joined by co-driver Dennis Sims for a shot at the title.
New Zealander Quinn hasn't claimed the title since wins in 2009 and 2011 with Naomi Tillett and returns to Tasmania for yet another crack, joined by Brian Foster in their 2018 Nissan GTR 35.
Silverdome's TargaFest commences the festivities on Sunday, April 28th from 6-9pm and gives the public an opportunity to enjoy an abundance of the 265 cars competing in Targa as well as a range of Motorsport history from around the globe.
The Country Club plays host to the start of the event the next day from 7:30am.
MONDAY 29TH APRIL
TS3: GEORGE TOWN
TUESDAY 30TH APRIL
TS4: HIGH PLAINS
TS9: MT ROLAND
WEDNESDAY 1ST MAY
TS10: THE SIDELING
TS12: WELDBOROUGH PASS
TS14: ELEPHANT PASS
THURSDAY 2ND MAY
TS18: GUNNS PLAINS
TS20: HELLYER GORGE
TS21: REECE DAM
FRIDAY 3RD MAY
TS24: MT ARROWSMITH
TS27: GRASSTREE HILL
SATURDAY 4TH MAY
TS30: GARDNERS BAY
TS31: OYSTER COVE