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Targa Trophy Rally 2009 - Triple Crown Series

Sep 25, 2009

Targa Trophy 2009 completed its first ever Triple Crown Series this week to rave reviews. 60 drivers met in LA on Saturday, explored a route to the Santa Barbara Zoo, where they had lunch and made their way back to the Roosevelt Hotel, where they enjoyed an award ceremony and after party. Of course, there were a couple of casualties - we lost a Ferrari f430, which also happened in the San Diego leg of the event as a black version of the same car burst into flames. There were also the usual tickets and lost drivers, but everyone was amped up on adrenaline and in good spirits when we gathered to celebrate for a lavish after party at Hollywood’s quintessential landmark hotel.

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Results for the final event:

LA WINNERS

1. Malcolm Medina – Audi RS4
2. Valli Khan – Porche Cayanne Transsyberia
3. Adam Roth – Audi R8
4. Josh Conely – BMW M5
5. Elliott Grossman – BMW M5
6. Jeff Glucker- Hyundai Genesis
7. Wick Zimmerman – BMW M5

TRIPLE CROWN WINNERS

1. Malcolm Medina – RS4
2. Elliott Grossman BMW M5/Nissan GTR
3. Joe Callian – Subaru WRX STI

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