Slipstream - May 2005


The monthly newsletter of the Maverick Region of the Porsche Club of America

Upcoming Events

• Father’s Day Picnic

2005Club Race at MSR

• Time Trials #2 & Autocross #3

Past Events

• Autocross #1

• February DE at MSR

• Happy Hour at Cantina Laredo

May 2005 - Published by the Maverick Region

Porsche Club of America


Zone 5 Presidents ..........................................................1

List of Officers/Board Chairs .......................................4

The Inside Track (President’s Column)......................5

Maverick Minutes..........................................................8

Passion and Performance ...........................................10

Club Racer Corner ......................................................14

New Wheels..................................................................27



Advertisers Index.........................................................28

Upcoming Events

Calendar of Events..........................................................1

Happy Hour at Hunan Dynasty...................................2

Maverick Lunches...........................................................2

Palo Pinto Tour...............................................................2

Fathers Day Picnic..........................................................3

Board Meeting ................................................................5

Time Trials #3 & #4......................................................15

Club Race at MSR ........................................................24

Past Event Recaps

Happy Hour at Cantina Laredo ..................................9

A Windy Start to Autocross (Autocross #1)........14-15


Trivia Contest................................................................21

Halftime for My Carrera Part II .................................22

Day May - Events

2 Board Meeting

7 May at Mayo’s

7 SCCA Rally

14-15 Time Trail #2 & 3 (MW)

14 Palo Pinto North Tour

17 Bedford & Plano Lunches

19 Happy Hour

28-29 Club Race (MSR)

31 Addison Lunch

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Day June - Events

4 Time Trial #4

5 Autocross #3

6 Board Meeting

12 Autocross #4

16 Happy Hour

18 Fathers Day Picnic

21 Bedford & Plano Lunches

25-26 Drivers Education

25 50th PCA Parade - Hershey PA

28 Addison Lunch


Kevin Hardison, Matt Platts,

Dennis Chamberlain,

Ed Hughes,

Mike Holloway

Cover Photo by Kevin Hardison

Peter Gonzalez can’t help but smiling as he

drives at AX #1 at Texas Motor Speedway.

Day July - Events

5 Board Meeting

19 Bedford & Plano Lunches

21 Happy Hour

23 Photo Rally Las Colinas

26 Addison Lunch

Day August - Events

1 Board Meeting

13 Photo Rally

16 Bedford & Plano Lunches

18 Happy Hour

30 Addison Lunch

MW - Mineral Wells Airport, Mineral Wells, Texas

MSR - Motor Sport Ranch, Cresson, Texas

TWS - Texas World Speedway, College Station, Texas

TMS - Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth, Texas

Penn - Pennington Field Stadium, Bedford, Texas


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2005 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents


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2005 Maverick Region - Board, Officers & Chairs


Rocky Johnson

H: 972-462-8227

C: 972-816-1769

334 Hearthstone Ln

Coppell, TX 75019

Rocky is active in Club Racing, Drivers

Education, Autocross, and Time Trial. He also

instructs at Drivers Education and Autocross,

and Time Trial events. His daily driver is a

Boxster S and his track car is an F class 968.


Mark Gluck

W: 972-239-2473 x12

C: 817-706-9061

Mark drivers a Boxster S and has been a

Maverick member since 1999. He is active

with Drivers Education, Tours, and Social

events, as well as with many Hope Shelter

charity projects.


Michael Wingfield

W: 972-478-3278

H: 972-491-2766

Michael has been a PCA member since 1982

He has been President, VP, editor, and membership

chair in two other regions. He is on

the DE staff and a member of the PCA

National Club Racing staff. He owns a race

prepared ‘86 944 Turbo.


Jeff Atkins

W: 972-419-5417

H: 972-939-0893

1904 Diamond Ridge Ct

Carrollton, TX 75010

Jeff has been a Maverick member since 2003.

He is active in Drivers Education events as well

as Autocross and Time Trial. He drives a 1988

911 Targa and is a CPA.

DE Chair

Bill Dawson

H - (972) 291-8817 (

The Inside Track

by Rocky Johnson, Maverick Region President

This month I'd like to open with big, hardy

congratulations to Noby Takahashi. At the

Lone Star Region PCA club race, at Texas

World Speedway in March, Noby received the

Michael Melton Memorial Rookie of the Year

Award. This honor was presented by John Crosby,

the National PCA Club Racing Chairman.

According to John, there was a potential pool of

approximately 125 rookie club racers that could have been eligible

for this award.

The voting was conducted by the PCA Club Race National

Committee. Additionally, Noby also earned honors as the Rookie

of the Race and Best Prepared Car at our own club race last July.

Many of you know that Noby and I frequently share a room on

road trips, so I would like to say that I taught him everything he

knows. I would like to say that - but it would be a bold faced lie!

You should know that Noby, modest as he is, attempted to bribe

me not to write this article, but I really wanted to let everyone

know. We're proud of you, Noby!

. . .125 rookie club racers that could have

been eligible for this award . . .

On a totally different note, this falls into the "start 'um young"

category. Many of you have met, or certainly have heard me brag

on my granddaughter, Riley Anna Bryan. (If you haven't, just give

me a call; it will only take a minute for me to set up the slide show).

At any rate, Riley Anna's pre-kindergarten school has a weekly program

called CHEP (Children's Enrichment Program).

They invite people with interesting vocations, hobbies, or

experiences to the school to give presentations to all the pre-K

Photo curtesy of Rocy Johnson

Rocky trying to recruit new members - will take milk money for dues!

students. I had the opportunity to talk about racing a Porsche.

As you can imagine, the attention span of a five year old is about

the same as a guy my age, so it was a perfect match. I took assorted,

related paraphernalia such as a helmet, racing suit, nomex

underwear, gloves, shoes, cool shirt, etc., for the classroom presentation.

Then I let everyone come out, buckle in and "drive" the

car. Needless to say it was a big hit, especially with the guys.

Although, in all fairness, there were several of the young ladies

who seemed pretty excited, as well. It was a fun morning and I left

secure in the knowledge that I had done my part to help plant the

seeds for the future growth of the Maverick Region.

Photo curtesy of Rocy Johnson

Maverick Noby Takahashi - PCA Rookie of the Year!



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Maverick Minutes

by Michael Wingfield

Rocky Johnson called the meeting to order at 7:23 PM,

and began the ‘round table discussion.

Bill Miller: No TT information to report yet, but will

report AX for Chuck Machala. AX #1 had 86 cars with 6 runs

per entry. The new radios did not work well with surrounding

car and wind noise. Tried using headsets, but the headsets

did not eliminate the problems. Unfortunately it has been too

long since the purchase to return or ask for a refund. Thus, we have six pair of

radios at ~$70/pair that do not work as desired. Likewise, two units have damaged

battery connections. Rocky asks if we call sell the radios to the membership,

suggesting someone can use the radios personally, for example, on a Maverick

Tour. Bill makes the motion to sell the radios at $45/pair to the membership. Joel

seconds, and the motion passes. Bill poses the question, given the 86 entrants and

three run groups at AX #1, should we limit the number of entrants to ensure

more runs per entrant? Some entrants were not happy with only 6 runs and the

worker rotation delays associated with a three-group rotation. Rocky suggests

starting the event earlier in the day to allow more time for more runs. Jan suggests

that no policy get set based on this one event. The AX committee will monitor

future attendance and runs, without entrant limits. Bill (using his best Joe

impersonation) also mentions that some AX flags are “used up,” frayed and torn

and need replacing. The flags do not need replacing immediately but will in the

near future. And of course we now need AX radios. (Spoken just like Joe)

Wendy Shoffit: AX #1 brought in $2,300 with Park Place Porsche (PPP)

sponsorship covering the cost to rent the TMS facilities. Lanean adds that PPP

provided $2,000 in sponsorship for the TMS AX. Randall Johnson from PPP was

very happy with the event. PPP also provided long sleeve Polo shirts to entrants

and the shirts were a big hit. TT #1 & AX #2 scheduled for 4/23 & 4/24 respectively.

The position of “Social Chair” remains vacant, but Wendy and Jan will

serve as interim chairs to help setup the Father’s Day, Founder’s Day, and Holiday

Party events. The Evite application does not function as desired to track event

RSVPs, and will not be pursued. Hope Shelter received 64 boxes of Girl Scout

cookies as part of the Girl Scout cookie drive.

Jan Mayo: Attended the SCCA Fire & Rescue (Crash & Burn) school supported

by MR. Eight of the 39 attendees from MR. Felt that the event had poor

attendance since the date was the day before Easter, which may have kept some

folks away. Joe, who also attended the school, notes that the SCCA recognized

MR for attendance as well as sponsorship.

Lanean Hughes: Hope Shelter building permits done. Next step is to purchase

$10,000-$15,000 of building materials. Hope has a $150,000 loan in place

if needed. Local dealerships may provide additional funds for the shelter. Club

Race next month at MSR still needs volunteers, and volunteers should sign up on

the MR web site. Currently, the Club Race has 15 applications, but none from

local Mavericks. Club Race “Special” will refund entry fee to one lucky drawing

winner from one of the first 35 applications received. Have received $8,000 sponsorship

from Boardwalk Porsche for the May Club Race. MR has not kept up the

region Scrapbook for the past two years. The region needs a volunteer to take on

the duties of maintaining the scrapbook. Next year, a scrapbook will not be necessary

for applying for the National award of Region of the Year.

Robyn Howard: Wants to know what type of Goodies to order for the

Goodie Store and needs money to order the Goodies. Rocky suggests getting

some 50th Anniversary items from PCA and suggests promoting a “Group Buy”

to help support the region. Other suggestions include helmet bags and pajama

pants. Wendy moves to allocate the Goodie Store $1,000 to buy inventory. Joel

seconds, and the motion carries.

Mark Gluck: Event insurance in place for the May TT & AX, Tour, Club

Race and DE.

Michael Wingfield: Have received approximately 30 applications for the

DE held in conjunction with the May Club Race. We will accept about 55

entrants, so we still have room.

Mike Brodigan: Continuing talks with Kevin Hardison about expanding


Bill Dawson: February MSR DE was a big success even if we did set a new

record for the number of spins in one weekend. (Do you think the cold and rain

had any effect?)

Darren Shaffer: Suggests sending a “Thank you” to ’04 Parade attendees as

for attending and include a Hope Shelter status and solicit for more funds to support

the Hope Shelter building project. Jan interjects that Parade attendees

already donated $4,000 to Hope Shelter via a donation box. Wendy suggests

printing a donation slip in Slipstream along with an article on the building status.

Joel Nannis: We have 1,174 members.

Dennis Chamberlain: 26 folks attended the last HH. Fair attendance

considering the date conflicted with the Boardwalk Porsche presentation party of

the new Boxster. Next HH will be at the Bavarian Grill in Plano on May 21.

Requests more lead time in developing event ads for Slipstream.

Jeff Atkins: Quarterly finance statement will be available at the next meeting.

Rocky Johnson: Forms for submitting National award nominees for Parade

’05 in hand. Jan suggests that MR submit Wendy as a candidate for the Enthusiast

of the Year, and Jan will complete the form. Jan mentions that the Family of the

Year award nominees may now include families without children. Rocky suggest

that MR submit Jan & Ed Mayo as candidates for the Family of the Year. Wendy

will complete the form. MR contacted by other car clubs to participate or co-host

events. For example, the Italian Car Club would like MR participation in their

Italian Car Fest Weekend to be held at TMS. Entry is $150 per day. Event information

will appear on the MRPCA egroups board at Yahoo. Likewise, the Subaru

club is holding a rally and invites MR to participate. The Jaguar Club wants to

use MR timing equipment for one of their events, and will donate $500 to Hope

Shelter for the use. MR volunteers will need to participate in the event to operate

the timing equipment. Another request invites MR to hold an event at the Air

Museum at Love Field. Perhaps Dennis can work out a HH that includes a visit

to the museum.

Boardwalk Porsche in Plano will host the May Board meeting, Rocky will

host the June meeting, and Lanean will host the July meeting. The April meeting

adjourned at 9:12 PM.

Las Colinas Photo Rally Postponed!

Unfortunately, due to inclement weather, the photo rally

that was scheduled to be held on March 26th had to be postponed.We’re

hoping that the weather will be nicer on July 23rd.

Please mark your calendars to participate in this extremely

fun event. Typically, Porsche Club events get scarcer as the

temperature rises during the summer months. You won’t find

many driving events at this time. This event promises to be

interesting and fun. At the end, we’ll even stop for ice cream!

For those of you who don’t know what a photo rally is, it’s

basically a scavenger hunt. The objective is to find objects

shown in a bunch of photos and answer a question about it or

something very nearby (behind it, next to it, etc.). You’ll need a

keen eye as some items will be a little harder than others to find.

You’ll get to know the Las Colinas area really well while

having fun with your friends. Hope to see you on July 23rd!

Teri and Charlie Davis and I have worked hard to plan a good

event for you


Happy Hour at The Sea Grill

by Dennis Chamberlain

Happy Hour Crew: Dennis Chamberlain, Monda

Degan and Mike Lockas

We had a moderate but festive crowd for

our first happy hour at Cantina Laredo.

New attendees included Mike Sliva (1983

911 SC), who has been a member for some time but

was attending his first function, and Phil Childrey

(2002 911 Targa), who had just joined the club two

weeks earlier. We also had two visitors and potential

members. Johnny Wallace is a Porsche owner and a

friend of Clarence Wyatt’s, along with Gisselle

Miranda, who has been a 1987 Targa owner for

some time. Gisselle explained that she found out

about PCA activities in general from a friend in Los

Angeles and more about our club from searching

the Internet.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Ed & Tracy Gross

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Johnny Wallace

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Tammy & Gary Conrad

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Gisselle Miranda

Brenda, Leah and Bobbie

On April 21, we’ll be going to the Bavarian

Grill in Plano, which was the location of a very

highly attended happy hour last summer. On May

19, it’s on to a new place Hunan Dynasty in Valley

Ranch. A free round of drinks to the best publishable

joke about the managing editor of Slipstream,

Mike Holloway! Hope to see you there.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Mike Silva & Phil Childrey


Passion and Performance

by Mike Holloway, Slipstream Managing Editor

Porsche owners typically have a unique

outlook on life. Often, they are people who

demonstrate both performance and passion,

achieving high levels of excellence through their

unique outlook, internal motivation, life

experiences and personal philosophy. Slipstream’s

Passion and Performance segment highlights these

people. Please meet Enoch Dorman.

Enoch Dorman was born in Schleswig

Germany in 1935. His family soon moved to Belgium and then to

Hungry where Enoch took up the family tradition of Blacksmith when

he was merely 10 years old. Enoch and his 8 brothers and sisters were

home schooled by there father, who was a Lutheran minister and

Blacksmith and his mother, who was a pianist and a pastry chef. At the

age of 15, Enoch had mastered 8 languages and showed great promise in

mathematics and ballroom dance but stayed his course as a Blacksmith.

Soon the Blacksmith trade became obsolete and Enoch began working

for a small tool and die shop as a machinist and lathe operator. In 1954,

with hands the size of baseball mitts and a heart to match, he married

then famous Spanish fan dancer Katrina Maria Montanez (who was 4

years his senior) and began his own family. Enoch (known as Knocky)

and Katrina (known as Kat Kat) had nine children: six boys and three

girls. They lived in the south of Spain until 1963.

In 1963, the Dorman’s moved to Stuttgart Germany where Knocky

began working for Porsche as a machinist. He quickly impressed his

supervisors and rose through the ranks. Soon Knocky found his way into

the mechanical design team where he focused his efforts on the various

fastening systems – namely bolts and screws.

MH: Knocky, you have been designing fasteners (screws) for Porsche

for over forty years. Was there ever a time when you thought that Porsche

would outsource and you would be without a job?

ED: You must understand, the screw, it is very important to Porsche

car. It is what keeps the car going. The driver thinks the engine and gears

and wheels keep the Porsche car going, no it is the screw. Porsche Car recognize

the importance and would never have anyone else design their

screws. They would never let anyone make other important items.

Without true good screw, the Porsche car is nothing more than

Volkswagen or Audi!

MH: You really have a passion for what you do.

ED: I am passionate about the screw, it is my destiny. I knew before

I work for Porsche car that I would someday work on something

meaningful. It was always something I wanted. I have been able to raise

my children because of it. I owe my life to the screw and Porsche car and

my children are also because of it.

MH: What would you say is you biggest challenge today?

ED: Glue. Many companies glue. I hate glue. It is made from dead

horses and goats. Have you ever smelled a dead goat? Is that something

that is worthy for Porsche car? No, it is not. I want to take all glue and

bury it with the rest of the dead horses and dead goats.

MH: Well, I never thought of it like that. Then how do you feel

about welding?

ED: Welding is fine for chassis and much other things in Porsche car.

There is things you can not weld. Things that must be screwed.

MH: Rivets? Gotta love the rivet.

ED: That is lazy man way. American car companies rivet. That is

why they are no good. No good screw in American Car.

MH: And the Japanese cars?

ED: Please young man, you are just being silly boy now. They use

clips! (Enoch erupts into a feverish laugh that is contagious. We laughed

for many minutes over the thought of this and other things.)

MH: Oh, what was I thinking? Anyway, what was your biggest


ED: If you think screw is a challenge, it is difficult; if you think

screw is easy it is easy. It is all how you look at it. It is all in your head

then it moves to your hands. Then you make it. It is easy.

MH: You are are a bit of a philosopher. You told me that you have

a Porsche. Which model?

ED: We have 1965 911 Coupe, a 1989 928 that is Kat Kat’s baby and

2003 Boxster which my grandchildren fight over. I drive the Coupe

everyday. It is not as quiet as the Boxster but …

MH: has better screws?

ED: Your funny boy! The Coupe was built by my friends and me.

I saw that car when it was just heaps of metal and watched while it was

given soul. I helped build it. We used certain materials and adjusted and

put things into the car that we knew was needed to make it a great car.

Sometimes we would change design if we needed to make the car better

- even during middle of production run. Our souls went into those

cars, they still do. Why do you think they win so many races and have

such a following of owners? The Porsche car is unlike any other car. It

sweats and sings and dances. It has a soul.

MH: You are seventy years old. Are you going to retire

anytime soon?

ED: I have now done my share, I should leave the screws to the

younger men to trouble over. I will wish to retire this year. I shall spend

time dancing and less time toiling over such matters. Kat Kat and me

will spend our days in Miami with a daughter and her family and in

Dallas with sons and their family and fly back to Germany and Spain to

visit other children and grandchildren. It is now time to rest and enjoy

life. To dance and to drive and to finally not worry about the screw.

MH: Good luck Knocky and I will never look at a Porsche screw

the same again!



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A Windy Start to Autocross

By Lauren Dunn

Photo by Kevin Hardison

It may just be me, but every Maverick Region event I’ve attended

has been Wendy… err, windy. This sunny Texas spring day was no

exception, as it seemed Wendy was everywhere doing just about

everything. There was no shortage of wind as mother nature blew us

around at 20 mph. I always find myself pleasantly surprised by

something when I sneak in to a Porsche Club event, and free shirts

definitely make for a nice surprise! Thanks, Park Place Porsche!

The bus lot proved to be a fickle opponent for me and most of

the folks I spoke with, as we wound up running 7-10 pounds less air

than we were accustomed to – at least after fighting our cars

during the morning session. I scored my first DNF of the season as

I trundled the wrong direction through Ricochet (leaving any number

of corner workers and spotters scratching their heads). But, I

redeemed myself

in the afternoon,

grabbing fastest

Miata of the day

honors by three

seconds. Sadly,

that wasn’t enough

to hold off those

pesky Subarus

and Mitsubishi

Evolutions to claim

Lauren Dunn taking top Miata honors. a win in OJ.

I’ve started off this season getting a lot of adrenaline rushes

during autocross – something I missed last year. Exiting Ricochet

through the offset gates into Box Corral got the adrenaline

pumping on every run – and I’ve got the cone rash on my right rear

fender to prove it!

And speaking of Wendy… In other autocross clubs, we’d

probably be poking the stick at her to run in the “open” class, but

I’m guessing James might discourage that! Keep showing the guys

how it’s done!

My thanks (and I’m sure the same goes for all of us non-

Porsche owners) for allowing me to be your guest once again!

You guys put on great events with challenging and exciting course

designs that ensure that Maverick Region events aren’t just

another autocross.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Marc Thaler setting up for a tricky corner.

Bill Miller enjoying three-wheeling in his new ride.

Creighton Cardwell doing well with his street tires on the tricky surface.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Wendy leading the charge for the ladies . . . and capturing another TTODL!


Ed Gross gaining even more experience in the Developing Driver’s program.

AX #1 Results - Texas Motor Speedway

Class Car # Name Car Time Plc Pts.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Trace Conn giving Darron Shaffer a ride around the slippery course.

Joel Nannis debuting his new ride . . . although we will miss Tweety.

Class 2

Class S2

Class 2L

Class 3

Class 3L

Class 4

Class S4

Class 4L

Class 5

Class S5

Class 5L

Class 6

Class S6

Class 6L

Class S6L

Class 7

Class S7

Class 7L

66 Sears, Cody Red 914 83.414 1 9

5 Mayo, Ed Silver 914 (Killer) 85.553 2 7

37 Davis, Charlie Green 914 87.926 3 5

26 Bailey, Ron Blue 914 89.544 4 4

137 Davis, Kevan Green 914 89.673 5 3

95 Howard, Travis Yellow 914 92.634 6 2

41 Swanson, Allen Yellow 914 94.56 7 1

1111Booth, Doug Yellow 914 90.294 1 9

4 Mayo, Jan Silver 914 (Killer) 86.105 1 9

31 Lockas, Mike White 944 85.369 1 9

44 McCoy, Chuck White 944 87.626 2 7

65 Howard, Robyn Red 944 102.691 1 9

54 Sutton, Jerry Red 911T 87.04 1 9

76 Miller, Bill Brown 911T 95.303 1 9

45 Sutton, Myra Red 911T 88.638 1 9

64 Shoffit, James Black 911 SC 85.302 1 9

592 Morgan, Derek Blue 911SC 85.556 2 7

40Fleming, Jerry Silver 911 SC 88.433 3 5

119 Cardwell, Creighton Silver 911 SC 92.559 1 9

11 Shoffit, Wendy Black 911 SC 85.175 1 9

1 Machala, Chuck Silver Boxster 81.418 1 9

501 Snodgrass, Tom Yellow Boxster 86.472 2 7

83 Atkins, Jeff Red 911 86.612 3 5

39 Ballard, Mitch White 944 Turbo 88.822 4 4

911 Kuykendall, Bob Black 911 89.352 5 3

3 Nannis, Joel Blue Boxster 92.504 6 2

7 Johnson, Randall Black 968 93.543 7 1

10Thaler, Marc Black 944 S2 Cab. 93.444 1 9

15 Burbank, Shelly Red 911 89.478 1 9

284 Gross, Tracey Maroon Boxster 96.84 1 9

27 Olcha, Keith Grey Boxster S 82.306 1 9

W-Green Boxster S

242 Shaffer, Darron (7) 87.571 2 7

999 Conn, Trace Red Boxster S 88.619 1 9

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Travis Howard taking over the yellow 914 duties from Joel.

Class 8

Class 9

Class S9

Class 10

Class 12

Class 13

Class 13L

Class 16

Class 16L

Class DD

720Kavanaugh, Susanna Black Boxster S 89.111 1 9

555 Janke, Scott Gray 993 92.046 1 9

55 Cohen, Van Blue 993 97.762 2 7

204 Bell, Bryan Silver 996 84.978 1 9

59 Lane, Graham Black 996 89.186 2 7

50Fricke, Michael Red 997S 92.769 3 5

63 Vint, Gregory Silver 996 C4S 89.15 1 9

19 Petri, Brian White 914 86.009 1 9

111Hardison, Kevin Blue 914 88.905 2 7

619 Johnson, Rocky White 968 83.959 1 9

Black 911 Carerra

161 Randall, Rick (13) 83.15 1 9

190Spreen, Carey Orange 914-6 83.754 2 7

191 Spreen, Mimi Orange 914-6 95.068 1 9

21X Gonzales, Rick Yellow 914-6 81.964 1 9

396 Wilkins, Lee Red 911 Turbo 83.608 2 7

121X Gonzales, Ricardo Yellow 914-6 84.045 3 5

166 Wilkins, Linda Red 911 Turbo 91.697 1 9

234 Gross, Ed Boxster 92.287

29 Gonzalez, Peter Black Boxster S no time

Ron Bailey looking to move up in the crowded Class 2 field.

Thanks for sponsoring our first autocross of the year!


Club Race Corner

By Doug Molny

Our season opener at Texas World Speedway (TWS) proved

to be another exciting challenge for the Maverick group.

The club race was hosted by the Lone Star Region. Many of

us were plagued with mechanical gremlins, including myself. As

frustrating as this can be, we are very lucky to have so many people

quick to pitch in and help.

The particular problem I had involved my clutch pedal. I was

shifting from third to fourth heading down the front straight and

the pedal stuck to the floor! This was on Friday, the first day of

practice. I immediately pulled over to the inside wall in front of

the grid, I gave them the flat tow hand signal and waited for the

session to end.

I was towed in and believed that the event was over for me.

I was ready to head home. My dismay turned into absolute

excitement when Jim Buckley insisted this was fixable. The

engine and transmission needed to be pulled. I had to find a

clutch, though, and all the parts that are necessary to complete

the repair. I thought this was near impossible to do at the track,

but within 60 minutes I had a donated clutch and every other

part required. It took 7 hours and the help of many other racers,

who worked until 7:30 PM that evening. I arrived at the track

Saturday morning at 7:00 AM to find every one of those guys

there finishing the repair. By mid-morning my Porsche was ready

again. I was tremendously grateful for the help I received and

thrilled to participate in the Sprint races later that morning. This

was truly a humbling experience!

Permit me a moment of racer’s pride. I finished 2nd in class

in both sprint races, and 16th and 15th, respectively, over all out

of about 37 cars. Unfortunately, I had an oil line break during the

enduro. Yes, they threw the meatball flag at me and I took a DNF.

In true racer’s retrospect…even with the clutch failure it was

worth every minute!

Please stay tuned as this is the first of many articles we have

planned for this column. These articles will come from a different

club racer each publication. We will cover the club races attended

by our Mavericks, technical articles, race preparation, and racing

tips. I hope that you enjoy this special new section of Slipstream.

Here are the podium finishers for our Mavericks:

Green Group:

Sprint Race 1:

Class Name Place Best Time

G Doug Molny 2nd 2:00.701

Sprint Race 2:

G Doug Molny 2nd 2:01.386

Red Group:

Sprint Race 1:

GTC3 David Master 3rd 1:46.000

GT4R Jeff Vanderpool 1st 1:59.396

GT4S Wayne Brown 1st 1:52.038

Class: D Steve Patti 1st 1:59.643

Hamp Williams 2nd 2:04.278

Sprint Race 2:

GTC 3 David Master 2nd 1:47.050

Barry Moore 3rd 1:54.372

GT4R Jeff Vanderpool 1st 1:58.334

Class D Steve Patti 1st 2:00.736

Hamp Williams 2nd 2:04.278


GTC3rl Carl Amond 2nd 1:51.808

Barry Moore 3rd 1:51.674

GT4S Wayne Brown 1st 1:50.610

Class D Patti/Sanders 1st 1:59.757

Photo by Doug Molny

The Photo is Worth a 1,000 Words or Perhaps a 1,000 Pieces!

Just a side note: Jim Buckley set the track record for the

weekend in the GTC3 class driving a 2005 996 Supercup car with

a smokin’ 1:45.726. That is an average speed of over 98 mph on

that track. Imagine turn 13-14-15 at that speed!

If your race was omitted or you were not mentioned it was

my mistake and I take full responsibility. The green run group

did not have a podium finish in the enduro. I listed only

Mavericks who finished 1st, 2nd or 3rd in the sprints and the

enduros. For all club race results, go to or the PCA

National web site.







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B) Paris Hilton C) “White Stripes” singer Jack White?

2) The 1.7 –liter used on 914s has an oil “idiot light” sending unit

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C) oil filter D) distributor?

3) The 1973 Brumos Daytona Car featured this engine displacement

and color combination A) 2.7 Red White and Blue B) 2.7 White

C) 3.0 Yellow Black D) 3.2 “Pig” Pink?

4) Mobil 1’s New Asian product Launch for SuperSyn featured which

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C) Jacky Chan D) Pol Pot

5) The engine bay featured in the photo below belongs to what car

A) 914 Club Racer

B) early production 550

C) Fiber Glass 904

D) Lightened LeMans 917?

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Halftime for My Carrera Part II

Photo by Ed Hughes

by Ed Hughes

As I wrote about last time, I dropped the 120K mile motor out

of my ’84 Carrera for a clutch and other miscellaneous

maintenance. This was my first time taking the motor out of

a 911, and it went pretty well, with no “surprises.”

Once up on the engine stand, I was ready to begin. I must say

the ’84 motor with its heater motor and ducting, the air box and

the A/C isn’t exactly a beautiful sight when it is in the car, but

once you get these items off, the motor starts to look like it mean

business. So, after taking these items off, as well as the sheet metal

and plug wires off of the motor, I was getting to where I could

start my work.

The first few tasks were cleaning, cleaning, cleaning and a

then more cleaning. There were many years and miles of crud to

get off before I was about to do any mechanical work. I worked

up a pretty good system that made the ordeal not too painful.

Home Depot and Lowes sell drop cloths that are very similar to a

diaper. They have plastic on the outside and absorbent material

on the inside. I would place a sheet of this under the motor and

then spray Gunk TM (liberally and often!) on to the areas I was

working on. I’d then scrub with a nylon brush and rinse with

a squirt bottle filled with water. The liquids were contained in

the drop cloth, which I changed as it became saturated. If I were

taking the motor apart, cleaning would have been simpler, but

this worked OK.

Photo by Ed Hughes

who has a pretty good internet following, re-programmed it to

optimize it to the headers I put on last year as well as our 93

octane fuel. I can’t wait to see if I feel a difference.

As I write this, the motor is all together and ready to go back

in. To complete the clutch job, I cleaned up the throw out fork

shaft, and put in a new clutch cable. I also repacked my CV joints,

installed a new sound pad in the engine compartment, and

replaced my rear brake lines as well as new plugs and plug wires.

Before - Waiting for Some Love

Since my A/C has been non-operational the last 3 summers,

I’m removing it to clean up the engine compartment. To help

round this out, I also put on a new cone filter intake to replace the

stock air box, and a heater duct “backdate” to replace the large

blower motor and duct assembly. This really cleans the motor up,

and I love the way it looks. Next weekend is the installation and

the chance to check out how my project has come out. It’s been a

lot of fun, and very straight forward. I must say that the Porsche

911 motor is pretty straight forward, and not too complicated to

work on. For a non-mechanic such as myself, I’ve been able to

figure everything out, and if it all goes back in well, and I have no

problems, it will have been a gratifying experience.

I then commenced my mechanical work, which included a

new clutch, flywheel and pressure plate as well as miscellaneous

new seals for the senders as well as the engine mounted cooler.

While the motor was out, I decided it was a good time to rebuild

my starter and alternator. The alternator bearing had a slight click

when I spun it, so it was good timing. For a grand total of $125

for the two, I think this is cheap insurance considering the

convenience. I also adjusted the valves, which could not have been

simpler. This is a job that is not too awfully complicated in the

car, but it requires a little contortion. Out of the car, it’s a breeze.

While the alternator was off, I cleaned up the fan and shroud

and painted both. I maybe should have powder coated them, but

paint is cheap, and I’ll see how they hold up. I also sent my aftermarket

chip off for reprogramming. The guy I bought it from,


Let the Games Begin

Photo by Ed Hughes

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New Wheels

by Joel Nannis

Lindauer, Dave (Joyce)

9215 Westpark Drive

Dallas, TX 75231

2005 996

Saenger, Scott

1108 Coit Street

Denton, TX 76201

1980 928

If you have any changes that you would like to make to the

MRPCA membership guide, call Joel Nannis at 817-329-1600

Larson, Pete (Theresa)

803 Twin Creeks Drive

Allen, TX 75013

1987 944

Serra, Joaquin

1408 Cottonwood Valley Court

Irving, TX 75038

2001 996 Cab

Wallace, Johnny (Ramona)

111 E. Wintergreen

Cedar Hill, TX 75104

2002 996 Targa

Burchfield, Roy

522 Richmond Avenue

Dallas, TX 75206

2004 986 Boxster S

Fricke, Michael (Ariene)

6329 Hayley Way

Frisco, TX 75034

2005 997 S

Caldwell, Frank

6801 Feather Wind Court

Fort Worth, TX 76135

2000 986 Boxster S

Maroulis, Efshatios

6601 West Plano Road

Plano, TX 75093

2005 986 Boxster S

Espen, David (Antonette Aiello)

4900 Haley Drive

Flower Mound, TX 75028

2001 986 Boxster Trans From SNV

Newton, Harry (Charles)

3704 Glenmound Drive

Fort Worth, TX 76133

1987 911 Trans From NE

O'hearn, Brian

6387 Camp Bowie Road #B Pmb 157

Fort Worth, TX 76116

1987 944 Trans From NJ

Totten, H

400 E. Lamar Street

Grand Prarie, TX 75050

2004 986 Boxster S

Rice, Taylor

708 Summerwood Drive

Arlington, TX 76017

1986 944

Steele, Jerry (Ann)

3401 Lee Parkway #1906

Dallas, TX 75219

2001 911


30 Years

John M. Haley, MD (Margaret)

20 Years

Charles Reinert (Louise)

15 Years

Scott Wolthuis (Casey)

10 Years

John Kilgore

Daniel M. Ruehs (Linda)

Scott Gore (Judy)

Jim Peck (Ramona)

Richard Hall (Kennith)

Mark Steele (Lisa)

John Thompson (Karen)

Kotrla, Joseph

5616 Preston Oaks #302

Dallas, TX 75254

1994 928 Gts

Murrin, Thomas (Mary)

3183 Armstrong Avenue

Dallas, TX 75205

2002 996 S4

Perrin, Michael (George)

9338 Meadowbrook Drive

Dallas, TX 75220

2005 997 S




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Gig Philipp (Jeannie King)

Wade Kolody

Jack Gratch (Denise Mueller)

John Hrad (Kelly)

William Murillo (Staci)

Michael Presley (Mary)

Chris Christensen (Ann)

John Ellerman (Saffie)

C J Graham (Annie)

James Rose (Jane)

Eric Beeby

Mark Hood (Kelly)

Barry Moore (Branden)

Quintin Ragsdale

Williams, Mark (David)

2140 S Winding Creek Drive

Grapevine, TX 76051

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you request that it be run for an additional 3 issues. Email your ad to by the 10th to have your ad run in the following month’s Slipstream. Be sure to include a contact name and phone

number. If you are selling a car, include mileage and price. Check your ad for accuracy the first time it runs. Contact the editor to have your ad pulled sooner. Due to space constraints, photos can not be included.

Porsche Books & Magazines (late 90’s through 2004 Exellence,Panarama, Slipstream and

others) Books (Porsche 911 red book and Porsche the essence of performance) Parts

brochures (Tweeks, Porsche Shop and Automotion) and a large framed poster. I also have

a few 911 parts for 72 and 73 911. Will take best offer. I can be reached at

or (903) 687-3536 or cell (903) 930-2543 - please call for details. (1)

1984 911 Carrera Targa Turbo look, Back w/black leather. 72,254 mi. 3.2L, 5sp, runs great.

Pwr windows, CD player, no track, garaged. Great/clean condition. $14,500 OBO. or 214 538-1788. (1)

1984 Turbo-look 911 Carrera Coupe Very clean, original, 46,400 miles, factory Turbo chassis

and body. Three-owner Texas car, cosmetically very good to excellent. Mechanically almost

flawless, meticulously maintained. Rare shade of silver, window sticker says pewter, factory

tag zinnmetallic. Blue leather interior. Options include all-leather interior, sport seats,

limited slip differential. Original tool kit, air compressor and owners manual. $27,500.

Contact me at 832-668-1324 weekdays or (1)

1987 911 Carrera Coupe dark blue sunroof with gray leather interior. 115k miles, no

accidents. Well maintained, daily driven car. Recent Bilsteins, suspension and brake rebuilds,

alternator and more. $18,000 obo. (1)

1995 Porsche 911 Black/satin gray leather interior. Never wrecked, always garaged with

41,600 miles, loaded. Excellent condition (details available upon request). Asking $29,500.

Contact Morris @972.296.1771 or (1)

1996 911 Cab Red, tan leather interior, black top. Outstanding, low mileage (41k) example

of one of the last, great "air cooled" Porsches'. Garaged and covered. No disappointments. $37,900

(972-234-2923) (1)

Kinesis K-57 Track Wheels Set of (4) lightweight Kinesis K-57 wheels with black finish.

Perfect for track or street. Fits ’97 – ’04 Boxsters. No spacers needed. Kumho Victoracer

tires, 245/45/17 front, 275/40/17 rear with good tread left. Terry Fry 214-794-9671 or (1)

Track Trailer Utility Trailer with 12” Tires. Set up with toolbox and tire rack. Black. A-tongue.

1000 lb. Cap. Used less than 10 times. $350.00. Terry Fry 214-794-9671 or (1)

2003 Cargo-mate Trailer 24 foot box with 20 inch v nose(@26ft total) for increased space

and ease of trailering, e-track through-out, electric winch, drivers side auxiliary door, 4

heavy duty d-anchors, dual HD(5200lb) axles, 10000lbs gvw, $6500 obo

214-213-1263 (1)

1987 944 (951) Turbo 2 Sets of wheels (phone Dial and Design 90) with DOT-R tires.

Momo Race seat, L&R 5-Pt harness, harness bar, rear proportion valve, Guru Chip, Bra,

Momo Sport Steering Wheel. Set up for DE events, but needs to find a new owner with the

time to finish the modes to make it a full track car. Fully street legal, just passed TX emissions

test. Also recent new radiator and Belts (about 5-7K ago). Overall good shape, 128K

miles. $ 7,250.00. Contact: Rob Turner 817-296-8835 or (1)

1995 911/993 Coupe Excellent Condition, Anthracite/Grey, loaded w/ sunroof, new Michelins,

Xenon headlight kit, tiptronic, leather, CD player, records, meticulously maintained and

cared for. Asking $21,500 Contact Mark Nesselroad @ 972.571.3375 (2)

1988 911 Coupe Certificate of Authenticity. Metallic silver with silver/grey leather interior.

60K miles. AC. Factory spoilers. Sport shocks. Sunroof. Full pwr seats L&R. Alpine upgrade

CD system. Drilled rotors. SS brakelines. turbo tie-rods. Euro ride height. C2 18" Borbet

rims. New Bridgestone SO3. Car is IMMACULATE, inside and out. Stunning appearance.

You won't find one better. $25,500. Contact Gary ar 817-453-9873 or (2)

Wanted Rear Seat Delete Option (aka Package Shelf) from 1990-1998 911 Carrera. Tan or

Black in excellent condition. Will pay up to $500.00. Also Wanted OEM Porsche Tire Pump

will pay up to $60 for a good working pump. Howard Kimbrough -

(817) 485-6312 PCA Member - Maverick Region (2)

BIEFFE DOT/SNELL 75 Helmet like new (bought new from Bobby Archer's): worn only one

time at a MSR D.E.- size X-Large - GR 1500 $200.00 obo; One pair of SPARCO Driving Gloves

- complies with ISO 6940 fia 86 rules ; NOMEX - 95% meta-aramid / 5% para aramid -

Size - Large: also worn only one time at a MSR D.E. - $50.00 obo. Contact Eric Dalton @

682-558-8800 cell or 817-275-6700 home or E-mail @ (2)

1979 911SC Silver w/Black leather, 122k miles, recent major service/engine overhaul by 911

Enterprises, 2nd owner for 22 years, all records, alarm, Alpine CD w/amplifier, sunroof,

power windows, garaged, no smoking, no track, no wrecks, all original, $17,900 OBO,, 972-814-4857. (2)

1995 Featherlite 20' Enclosed Car Hauler Two torsion bar axles (4800 lb) w/rebuilt brakes and

wheel bearings in 2003; work bench, overhead lighting (12v/110v), AC box, 4 D-rings, new

spare tire, excellent condition; $9,500. Steve Patti (214) 693-3276; (2)

1987 Porsche 911 Sunroof Coupe, 106K Miles. Completely stock except for Becker

AM/FM/SW radio (original Blaupunkt in box). Triple Black w/tail & partial leather, excellent

condition throughout. Expertly maintained by Louden’s for past 9 years. Current daily

driver. 15K Service recently completed, new factory alternator, oil leaks corrected. Asking

$20,000 for this black beauty. Paul Johnson, 817-749-0550, (3)

914 Tail Shift transmission $150.00. and Two G50 6 speed transmissions for sale. One with

LSD - $3300, one without - $2800. Both less than 30k miles. Carl Amond (817) 481-8371 (3)

1993 RS America - original owner of competition prepared car, guards red/speed yellow trim,

professionally prepared and maintained, including BBS wheels, twin Sparco seats, H&R

suspension, B&B headers, Phoenix fire system, Fuel Safe cell, carbon hood and RSR 3.8 rear

deck and wing, close ratio gears, light flywheel, cup clutch, full cage, Simpson harness, big red

brakes, front oil coolers, K&N intake, two time Parade concours winner, no damage or

mechanical failures, driven 3,100 miles in DE and time trials only, priced at $42,000, contact

MILTON BARLEY @(505) 336-2668 or e-mail to: (3)

914-6 Original Parts: front hood, rear deck lid, $100 each, engine oil cooler $100, oil tank

with all fittings $400, 914 gt. racing fiberglass hood brand new never used $300. front bra

excellent condition $50, 21 and 23 mm gun drilled torsion bars never used $200 per set.

wilwood superlite calipers for koni struts brand new never used $200 replica set of fuchs

wheels 7's and 8's with pirelli tires $400. Robert (817)-329-8350. (3)

Misc Parts: 8 gallon ATL fuel cell. $195.00. Chromed 18" Turbo HOLLOW SPOKE wheels.

Straight and not used since plating. $2250. Momo Prototip steering wheel (13.8") with 914

adapter. $105. Two 1968 912 cylinder head cores. Factory original and can be rebuilt (no

cracks). $250. Carl Amond (817) 481-8371 or email (3)

Wanted '69-'73 911 Rear Hubs, 15" x 6" 5-bolt Fuchs wheels, 944 Turbo axle shafts,

coarse-splined drive flanges from a 915 trans. Contact Kevin Kelly, (972)931-9602 (h), (214)

948-4292 (w), (3)

1993 911 C4 Black with tan interior, loaded, 69k miles, sunroof, 1 owner. Asking $25,500.

Contact Marilyn at 817 444 7403 or (3)

1973 911T Texas car, no rust, 60,000 mi on total restoration, white with red interior, many extras,

spare parts, shop manuals, split escort, SS heat exchangers,webbers, turbo tensioners, electronic

ignition and distributor - 911310095. $10,000 takes all. Contact John Haley at 214 823-1537. (3)

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These advertisers support the Maverick Region . . . the Mavericks support these advertisers!

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Bob Johanneson Fabrication(800) 544-2956 Page 20

Bobby Archer’s Motorsports (817) 877-1772 Page 12

Buckley’s Precision Racing (817) 239-7969 Page 7

Dallas Auto Sports (214) 320-2228 Page 21

Dallas Euro Cars (972) 243-4911 Page 17

Fifth Gear Motorsports (972) 317-4005 Page 23

Glen Gatlin, Jr. (214) 647-3507 B.C.

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Istook’s Motorsport Svcs (817) 332-6547 Page 17

Louden Motorcar Svcs (214) 241-6326 I.B.C.

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