Winners Targa Open Division:

1st: #11 Jean Luc Bergeron and Vincent Trudel

2nd: #557 Mike Davenport and Brad Benson

3rd: #233 Mark Rittenhouse and Mark Laitenberger

Winners Targa Modern Division:

1st: #103 Billy Anderson and Max Cline Abrahams

2nd: #9 John Hume Jr. and Justin Crant

3rd: #803 Doug Mepham and John Solecki

Winners Targa Classic Division:

1st: #202 Mike Mercer and Corey Prosser

2nd: #886 Scott Robbins and Sean English

3rd: #199 Bryan Bursey and Don Kjorven

Winners Targa Classic Group 1 (Early Classic):

1st: #369 Jack Strupp and C.J. Strupp

2nd: #7 Mark McDonald and James Bergeron

Winners Targa Classic Group 2 (Late Classic):

1st: #777 Edison Wiltshire and Margo Wiltshire

2nd: #7 Ernie Bortolin and Tom Timm

Winners Targa Classic Group 3 (Recent Classic):

1st: #202 Mike Mercer and Corey Prosser

2nd: #886 Scott Robbins and Sean English

3rd: #199 Bryan Bursey and Don Kjorven

Winners Targa Division Trophy Plate

Targa Trophy Plates are awarded to the crew member (driver, navigator or co-driver) completing all Targa stages in the Targa Division competition within the Trophy Time specified for their class.

  • Silver – each year
  • Gold – third consecutive year
  • Platinum – six consecutive years (four of which are silver)
  • Diamond – nine consecutive years (six of which are silver)
#11 Bergeron, Jean Luc Turcotte, Yvan
#557 Davenport, Mike Benson, Brad
#233 Rittenhouse, Mark Laitenberger, Mark
#815 Atkinson, Richard Corbett, Kevin
#999 Doody, Jordan Boudreau, Lucien
#73 Goodyear, Linda Morris, Margaret
#28 McDonald, Doug McDonald, Max
#777 Wiltshire, Edison Wiltshire, Marg-o
#202 Mercer, Mike Prosser, Corey
#886 Robbins, Scott English, Sean
#199 Bursey, Bryan Kjorven, Don
#103 Anderson, Billy Cline Abrahams, Max
#9 Hume Jr., John Crant, Justin
#803 Mepham, Doug Solecki, John
#114 Kenzie, Jim Felice, Ray
#333 Hume Sr., John Bartleet, Ron
#85 Ryall, Kenneth Ryall, Don

Winners Grand Touring Equipped:

1st: #1009 Marinus Damm and Renee Damm

2nd: #1333 Craig MacMullen and Nicole Troster

3rd: #1334 Normand Haas and Christina Kroner

Winners Grand Touring Unequipped:

1st: #1799 Carson Scheller and Lauren Scheller

2nd: #1007 Doug Kavanagh and Michael Howard

3rd: #1066 SimonTomlinson and Stewart Wagg

Targa Newfoundland Fast Tour Division Award

Community Spirit Award: For the Fast Tour entrant who is, in the opinion of their co-Fast Tour entrants and organizers, most representative of the spirit of driving for shear enjoyment and encouraging the positive effect of the event on the communities and the people of Newfoundland:

#2368 Samuel Paradis-Boucher and Sebastian Dube

Spirit of Targa Team Award

Presented by Newfoundland International Motorsports Limited to the team in any of the 5 competitions, which in the opinion of the rest of the competitors and the organizers, has undergone the most trials and tribulations to get to the finish or remain in the competition.

#888 Stan Hartling and David Lothian

Spirit of Targa Service Crew Award

Presented by Newfoundland International Motorsports Limited to the service crew which, in the opinion of the rest of the competitors, crews and organizers, has done the most to assist theirs and / or other teams to remain in the competition.

Service crew of Davenport Subaru, #557

The President’s Cup, Manufacturer’s Challenge

Presented to the manufacturer which has entered one or more cars in the event. The manufacturer-entered car that achieves the highest position in Grand Touring, Classic, Modern or Open.

#114 Jim Kenzie and Ray Felice

2014 Nissan Juke Nismo RS – Modern Division

Jerry Churchill Memorial International Team Trophy

Presented to the national team of three cars from the same country (based on car registration) that achieves the highest average finishing position. A team may be comprised of any combination of entries from Grand Touring, Classic, Modern or Open.

Canada

#9 Hume Jr./Crant

#1333 MacMillan/Troster

#1334 Haas/Kroner

The Kenzie Cup for Team Marques Competition

Presented by Jim Kenzie, the co-creator of Targa Newfoundland, to the recognized marque (Ford, Volvo, Porsche etc.) that achieves the highest average finishing position. A team will be comprised of any combination of three entries from Grand Touring, Classic, Modern or Open.

Subaru Canada:  #11 Jean Luc Bergeron, #557 Mike Davenport, #1007 Doug Kavanagh

Next Generation Challenge

A competition-within-a-competition for late model cars of up to 1.6-litres displacement intended to be:

i) A distinct competition for these sporty, fun-to-drive cars that are becoming a major factor in the market.

ii) A platform for manufacturers to demonstrate the performance attributes of these new generation models.

iii) An opportunity for their owners to share the spotlight with the great sporting cars that annually come to Targa Newfoundland,

#114 Jim Kenzie and Ray Felice, 2014 Nissan Juke Nismo RS

The Baldhead Racing Novice Award for Targa

Presented to the driver and co-driver/navigator in the Classic, Modern or Open Divisions, with the least experience, the most spirit, and an excellent placing

#202 Mike Mercer / Cory Prosser

The Grace Cup Novice Award for Grand Touring

Presented by Reverend Edison Wiltshire and Marg-o Wiltshire, to the driver and co-driver/navigator in the Grand Touring Division with the least experience, the most spirit, and an excellent placing.

#1009 Marinus and Renee Damm