Slipstream - August 2005


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

Upcoming Events

• Palo Pinto Fall Tour

• Grapevine Photo Rally

• Post Parade Dinner Social

Past Events

• Father’s Day Picnic

• Hershey Parade 2005

• Time Trials #4 and AX #3

August 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

New Wheels..................................................................28



Advertiser Index...........................................................28

Upcoming Events

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

Happy Hour at Go Fish.................................................2

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

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

Grapevine Photo Rally...................................................2

3rd Coast 928 Shark Gathering ....................................3

Post Parade Dinner Social .............................................3

Board Meeting ................................................................8

TT#5 and AX#5 in Mineral Wells ..............................24

Past Event Recaps

Happy Hour at Mondo’s ..............................................9

Parade Enthusiastically! ........................................14-15

Hershey Parade 2005.............................................18-19

Father’s Day Picnic......................................................22

TT#4 and AX#3 in Mineral Wells........................24-25


Trivia Contest..................................................................3

October 22 & 23 DE Form..........................................25

Day August - Events

1 Board Meeting

13 Photo Rally in Grapevine

13 Post-Parade Dinner Social

16 Bedford & Plano Lunches

18 Happy Hour

30 Addison Lunch

Day September - Events

6 Board Meeting

9-11 Boxstoberfest

10-11 Time Trial #5 & AX #5

11 Palo Pinto South Tour

15 Happy Hour

17-18 Drivers Ed (MSR)

20 Plano & Bedford Lunches

24-25 Drivers Ed (TWS - Lone Star)

27 Addison Lunch

Volume 62, August 2005, Issue 8

Go Online For Latest Updates on Events

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


Kevin Hardison, Matt Platts,

Dennis Chamberlain,

Wendy Shoffit, James Shoffit,

Charlie Davis, Chip Hammond, Jerry Sutton

and Jan Mayo

Cover Photo by Wendy Shoffit

The Concours at Parade in Hershey, PA.

Day October - Events

3 Board Meeting

9 Autocross #6

15 Time Trial #6

16 Autocross #7

18 Bedford & Plano Lunch

20 Happy Hour

21-23 Big Cedar Lodge Tour

22-23 Drivers Ed (MSR)

25 Addison Lunch

29-30 Drivers Ed (Lone Star Region)

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Kenneth A. Chandler



Dick Dobson



Tinker Floyd



Weston Dillard


2005 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents


Stan Wenger



Ruth Parks



Brad Bradford



Rocky Johnson

C: 972-816-1769


Ron Mott



Mike Lindsey



Ray Quick



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Trivia Contest


It’s Easy To Play:

Email your answers to:

Rules: 1 Point per each correct answer. 1

entry per member. Drawing to tie break.

1) During a recent Rolex Daytona race what NASCAR cry baby mispronounced Porsche, spoke ill

of the “911 drivers” and their class, blamed his problems on Porsche’s drivers abilities and ran

his car into several GT3s ? A) Tony Stewart B) Dale Jr. C) Calvin Stewart D) Elliot Forbes


2) Porsche plans to release and field what type of new car for this prestigious Franco-American racing

collaboration? A) Daytona Prototype B) LMP 1 C) LMP 2 D) GT1.

3) With the introduction of the 2.7 RS in the early seventies another car soon followed. What was

the car called, what was the displacement difference, and what was the weight difference? A)

RSR, 300cc, 20 lbs heavier B) RST 1000cc, 20 lbs lighter C) RSR,300cc, equal weight D) RSG,

400cc, equal weight.

4) The lineage of Porsche designed off-road cars includes which of the following? A) Kuebelwagen

B) Schwimmwagen C) Jagdwagen D) a & c E) All of the above

5) Porsche makes several off-road vehicles other than the Cayenne. Of these people powered vehicles

only the one pictured below is available with the XTR component group from the manufacturer?

A) FS EVO B) FS C) S D) R Dura Ace

This month’s prize:

$25 gift certificate to:

Zim’s Autotechnik


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, the Maverick Region President

First and most importantly, let me again

congratulate Wendy Shoffit on being

honored as the Porsche Club of

America Enthusiast of the Year at Parade.

Those of you who know Wendy appreciate

how well deserved this recognition is. For

the new members who haven't met Wendy

yet, I can tell you she is a role model for what

a Maverick PCA member should be--active, involved and

enthusiastic, a real pleasure to have on the board.

As always, the Maverick members who attended

Parade did a super job of representing our group. Since I was

unable to attend, I will not attempt to list all the people

receiving recognition lest I inadvertently leave someone out.

I will leave that happy task to someone who can provide a

first hand accounting.

To change direction a bit, I have been reminded, on

several occasions, recently that "It's all relative." I am writing

this article from our deck in Breckenridge, Colorado where

the thermometer reads about 75 degrees. Since we have been

here, the average high has been in the low 70's and the average

low in the low 40's. As the temperature starts to creep

past the mid-70's some of the locals are starting to complain

about the heat. It's hard to be sympathetic when I know it is

pushing 100 degrees in the DFW area. As, it happened, the

Viper club held a big gathering in Breckenridge that coincided

with the Fourth of July parade. There were probably two

dozen Vipers in the parade. Later that evening at a Fourth of

July party, I was talking with the Vice President of the club.

He informed me that many of the cars in the parade had not

one, but two nitrous bottles hooked up to provide that little

extra boost when needed. Keep in mind, these are cars that

already have 500 cubic inch engines with 500 horsepower and

500 foot-pounds of torque. As I said earlier, it's all relative. fortunate we are to be able to drive

such fantastic cars ...

Photo by Jan Mayo

Brooke Van Horn congratulating Wendy Shoffit on winning the

Enthusiast of the Year Award.





I guess I can understand. Who among us hasn't wished

for more horsepower, or better handing, or stickier tires? It

seems that no matter where you fit into the spectrum, there

is always something else to add to your "wish list." I suppose

that's true, to a degree, with everyone, but most certainly with

the people who drive their cars competitively. Whether it's a

bone stock autocrosser or a GT club racer, everyone is looking

for that extra edge. I think sometimes we tend to forget

that the average driver on the street with an older model family

sedan looks at any car with a Porsche badge as being a

unique car, probably high on their wish list. With that in

mind, it's probably appropriate to remind ourselves how fortunate

we are to be able to drive such fantastic cars. The fact

that we are able to be part of a group of people like the

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Maverick Minutes

by Michael Wingfield

Lanean Hughes hosted the July 2005 Maverick

Region Board meeting on July 7, 2005. The July

meeting had the following 15 members in attendance:

Executive Council: Mark Gluck, Jeff Atkins,

Michael Wingfield; Board Members: Lanean Hughes;

Mike Brodigan, Bill Dawson, Dennis Chamberlain, Joe

McGlohen, Wendy Shoffit, Tracey Gross, Ed Gross;

General Membership: Jan Mayo, Brian Scudder, Teri Davis, Charlie


Mark Gluck, VP substituting for President Rocky Johnson, called

the meeting to order at 7:01 PM, and began the ‘round table discussion.

Lanean Hughes: Parade was, “a LOT of chocolate!” A Hope Shelter

update will come after the meeting next Thursday (7-7-05). The May

Club Race had surplus funds, estimated between $6,000-$7,000, but the

total is not yet set.

Mike Brodigan: All Slipstream advertisers are finally current with

payments. Talks continue with Steven Boyd (webmaster) about the

prospect of adding advertiser links to the Maverick Region web site

( Proposed concepts include: 1) Separate page

of advertisers. 2) Popup Ads. 3) Banner Ads. The general consensus during

discussion was that Popup Ads are bad and should not be used.

Bill Dawson: Hill Country Region held a successful DE at MSR

6/25-26, using many of the Maverick Region DE Instructors. BMWCCA

has a DE scheduled for 8/6-7, and will also use many of the Maverick

Region DE Instructors.

Dennis Chamberlain: Happy Hour at Mondo’s had ~40 in attendance,

with lots of new members, and some “potential” new members.

Plans more HH socials to be held in the mid-cities and Fort Worth, a

recent oversight by the Mentor Program members.

Jan Mayo: Maverick member John Galloway, a PCA transfer member

from San Antonio, recently died. Jan wishes to express her and

Maverick Region condolences to his widow Judy. Makes the motion for a

$100 donation to the Hope Shelter in his honor. Wendy Shoffit seconds,

and the motion carries.

Joe McGlohen: The car belonging to the recently deceased member

Ed Tix (’04 Parade Rally Master) has been sold to Steve Marshall of Hill

County Region. Ray Luedecke has researched the replacement AX/TT

radios and recommends buying the Icoms. Money ($3,000) was allocated

at the June meeting to buy the radios. The club radios and flags were

rented for $300 to the Hill Country Region for their MSR June DE.

Likewise, the radios and flags will be rented to the BMWCCA for their

August MSR DE.

Brian Scudder: ~50 members on the 928 list, who will be hosting

the “3rd Coast 928 Shark Gathering” September 23-25. Wants Maverick

Region to place the event on the web calendar. The event will also include

a tour and wants Maverick Region to provide the event insurance. Mark

Gluck says he will submit the insurance request.

Wendy Shoffit: RUF Auto Centre is hosting the “Porsche Front

Engine Fest 2005August 6, 2005. See their ad in Slipstream and on the

website. Many Maverick members won awards at the 2005 Hershey

Parade. The list of winners has appeared on the Yahoo group list

(, and will appear in

Slipstream. At Parade, she “almost” got her fill of chocolate. The July

Slipstream is at Ussery for printing. Proposes that the region consider

hosting more events from “the good ol’ days,” such as wine tasting parties,

road trips to Lone Star Region autocrosses, San Antonio tours,

Colorado ski trip, or a Casino Night.

Teri Davis: There is a Photo Rally scheduled for July 23, 2005. A second

rally in Grapevine is also in the works that will lead to the Post

Parade Party.

Charlie Davis: Enjoyed the 2005 Parade and the Chocolate Beer. He

particularly enjoyed the “Look Back”at PCA roots and events. The region

Truck/Van needs major work, discovered at the required state vehicle

inspection, including transmission problems, leaks, carburetor rebuild,

belts, and an air pump. Due to the size of the “box van,” service center

selection is limited since the van will not fit in most service bays.

Estimated repair cost is $800-$1000. Wendy Shoffit makes the motion the

region allocate $1,000 for van repairs. Tracey Gross seconds, and the

motion carries.

Tracey Gross: After taking over the Goodie Store from Robyn

Howard, generated a Goodie Store inventory showing a total of about

$2,042 in merchandise. She has $1,000 allocated from the April Board

meeting to purchase new inventory. The Goodie Store has lots of ’04

Parade items, which will be on sale at the ’05 Post Parade Party in August.

She will price helmet bags as a Goodie Store item.Wants the Goodie Store

online on the Maverick Region web site, with a Paypal account to accept

orders. Will contact Steven Boyd (webmaster) for information and feasibility.

Mark Gluck: The Photo Rally has insurance.

Jeff Atkins: Have not received the June bank statement, but is sure

“we have money.”

Wendy Shoffit will host the August Board Meeting at her home.

Meeting adjourned at 8:45 PM.


Happy Hour at Mondo’s

by Dennis Chamberlain

Happy Hour Crew: Dennis Chamberlain, Monda

Degan and Mike Lockas

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Mary & Tom Murrin

to acquire a Porsche was cemented by the good feelings they got

from our members that night. So, we now have a couple of great

new members.

Mike Fricke & Elmer Saunders

This was our first happy hour

at Mondo’s in almost two

years. Monda Degan had

called on all the new members and

apparently no one was able to tell

her no, because out of 42 attendees,

almost half (including spouses)

were new or recent members attending

their first event. The actual new members for April, May and

June included Wally Totten (2004 Boxster), Jose and Monica

Quinones (2005 911 S Cab), Tom & Mary Murrin (2002 911 S4),

Pat and Pete Meldrum (1997 911), Peter Lin (2002 911) and Mike

and Arlene Fricke (2005 911S). Whew! Add to that Clint and Judy

Blackman, who attended a couple of weeks in advance of purchasing

a 2005 Arctic Silver Boxster. Clint and Judy are friends of mine

who were in the market for a Boxster. They happened to come

across a Slipstream, and said they found my name “plastered all

over it” (a bit of an exaggeration). So they called me up and asked

if they could come to the happy hour. They said that their decision

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Peter Lin, Pat & Pete Meldruma

For our August 18 happy hour we’re heading to a new Addison

restaurant that just recently opened – Go Fish. Hope to see you



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. Many times when we get involved in an

organization or a club we do not realize what goes on behind the

scenes to make it run. The Maverick PCA has been blessed with a

bunch of highly motivated, highly talented and down-right great

people. The body of the membership enjoys many different events

and hopefully this newsletter that would not be possible without

the dedication and enthusiasm of a few dozen members.

I have the opportunity to write about someone in the Porsche

community that really stands out. This month, I was going have a

piece done on an entrepreneur and publisher. After working on

the other articles that are in this issue it struck me that one of our

own has really exemplified that very nature I am always trying to

capture. Wendy Shoffit.

I first met Wendy back in December with Dennis Chamberlain

and Matt Platts at the Cracker Barrel in Lewisville. I had just

started with Slipstream and Matt thought it would be a great idea

to have us all meet. I knew Matt had talent and I quickly learned

that Dennis and Wendy were no slouches. Normally when I

take something on I want to be sure I can be the best at it. After

meeting these three I knew I had a long way to go. Wendy had

energy and ideas that went further than what would be normal for

a completely volunteer organization. It was obvious this woman

was passionate about Maverick PCA. I was in very good company

I 'fix'n' to learn a lot in the issues to come.

WS: I know that you're wanting to put this in this next issue,

but I'm feeling really uncomfortable with the amount of times my

name is appearing in this issue. In favor of variety, is there someone

else you can interview or something else you can write about? I'm

happy to answer these questions if you think someone else might

find it interesting, but maybe it could be saved for next month?

MH: Short answer The passion you have for

Maverick PCA should not be ignored, it should be celebrated. We

all go through life putting in the bare minimum sometimes. Every

now and then something creates a spark and we become focused.

It turns from a hobby, to a vocation to a passion. Few people have

that 'passion' thing. You are one of those people. Remember, the

status quo protects itself by challenging all on-comers!

WS: I've said what I needed to.You make the decision. It's your


MH: Good, I'm glad you see it my way. I always find that the

world is a much better place when I get everything I want. Any

way I could get you to commit to that concerning Slipstream? Just

kidding! When did you get involved with PCA?

WS: James and I joined the club in December of 1997. Jasmine

was not quite a year old then.

MH: What was your first thing you volunteered for?

Photo by Eric Erz

WS: Editor of Slipstream (sound familiar, Mike?). Lanean

Hughes talked me into it over a lunch of Mexican food and

margaritas. I still have a headache from that one!

MH: That's it! Now I know how I going to find a

replacement, get them sloppy on burritos and drunk on Cuervo!

Brilliant!!! What was your first event that you went to?

WS: The first event we ever went to was the New Members'

party in February of 1998. I still remember being apprehensive

about going there and meeting what I thought were going to be

snooty people. Boy was I ever wrong!

MH: You’re one heck of a racer, when did you start (your first

DE, TT and AX)?

WS: Thanks for the compliment, but I have a long way yet to

go. The first AX I ever went to was James' first, as well, in 1998. I sat

along the sidelines and watched him drive the C4, chomping at the

bit. We've driven together at AXs and TTs ever since. I didn't DE

until March of 1999 and have done a few since. They are tons of fun

and I love them, but my true passion is for AX.

MH: Which car do you prefer to race with?

WS: By far, the better car to drive is the black 1978 911 SC. It's

lighter and more nimble than the white 1990 C4. The C4 is simply

too heavy and lumbers along, despite its greater horsepower.

MH: You seem to know a bunch about Porsche Cars, have you

always been interested in cars or was this something you evolved

into due to ownership?

WS: The knowledge really has come from the club. Before we

joined, I didn't know a 356 from a 914 from a 928. I knew nothing

about Porsches, other than that James wanted one more than

anything else in the world. Incidentally, I was the one who

convinced James to buy the car in the first place. He'd wanted one

since he was 7 years old. He was driving a Mitsubishi 3000GT, but

was looking for something different. I told him he should buy his

dream car, a Porsche. He was afraid that once the dream was

fulfilled; there would be nothing left to look forward to. I then

asked him, "What about you're NEXT Porsche?" Shortly after that,

we had our first. A few years later, we bought the black car. What's

next? I'm hoping for a 997, but it might be awhile...

Wendy winning her class at the Parade Autocross.



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Parade Enthusiastically!

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

By Wendy Shoffit

Exactly 1459. That’s how many miles it is from my house to

Hershey, PA. That’s how many miles I had to tow the Porsche,

for the first time ever without James. His work situation meant

he would have to fly to PA during the middle of the week, instead of

drive with Jasmine, her best friend, Kailee, and me. Aye aye aye!

Feeling nervous, I asked Ed and Jan Mayo to do me a favor and caravan

with me, in case something happened. Without flinching, they

both heartily agreed asking only, “so, what’s the favor?” Great people…

great friends. Not only did they caravan, but Ed drove nearly

half of the time, with Jan following in their silver 911. Fortunately,

there are zero incidents to report… could be a first in long distance

trailering history.

Jasmine competed on her scooter at the kids autocross.

What can I say about Hershey? It was a dream come true

for a chocoholic like me. The rumors are true… you really CAN

smell the chocolate anywhere outside. Yummmy. I believe for the

first time in my life I might have gotten my fill of chocolate that

week. Simply amazing! The biggest challenge all week? Trying to

navigate the halls, elevators, many buildings, and stairways in the

Hershey Lodge. Holy cow! I had to start leaving a trail of Hershey

kisses to find my way back to my room.

Okay… back to Parade. I think the chairmen, Manny

Alban and Bob Gutjahr, might have learned from us last year how

to be mavericks. They started the week’s activities off a day early

with an amazing Welcome Party… 50’s style. Porsche AG and

PCNA sponsored the evening, complete with a soda shop, hair

salon, celebrity impersonators, and “The Fabulous Grease Band.”

More people danced than I’ve ever seen at a banquet. It was a blast!

The 50’s Hair Salon

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

To top it off, after dinner, PAG/PCNA unveiled a huge surprise…the

official “Porsche Club Coupe” car designed specially for PCA members.

Only 50 will be made and one will be given away to a lucky

PCA member. I’d give you the website address, but that could give

you false hope that you might win MY car! ;)

Sunday held the most amazing concours I’ve ever seen in

my life! Not only were the cars unbelievable, but Jerry Seinfeld even

came to the show (see picture). ] Included in the show were a 917

longtail, 917/30, the 1960 #804 Formula 1 car, *several* sexy GT1s

(only a handful of these were made and sold for around $1 million),

and so many more that I couldn’t possibly list them all. You should

have been there. Although all the concours awards were presented

on the field (group winners even on a Pebble-beach-style ramp), the

banquet was very nice. Karl Ludvigsen, author of Excellence was

Expected, spoke much to the delight of his audience.

That evening, the national awards were presented, including

“Enthusiast of the Year” for the individual member who demonstrated

the most enthusiastic participation within PCA for 2004. As

the description was read, I was stunned. They were reading MY profile!

My mouth was open so wide, I started to draw flies. I happily

accepted the award from a group of past Enthusiast winners,

including our own Lanean Hughes, who is now the national awards

chair. Maverick member, Fran Ussery, has also won this award in the

past. I’m still reeling at being grouped with those wonderful people.

The huge trophy even comes with its own custom designed box so

big it needs wheels! Wow.

Peter Porsche chats with Jerry Seinfeld at the concours.

The next two days had the TSD rally, the gimmick rally,

and the Porsche Club Academy day (all the tech sessions rolled into

one day). Considering that I had a black Porsche with a roll cage, no

back seat, no air conditioning, and two kids to deal with in mid-90

degree weather. I didn’t think a rally seemed like much fun. So, the

girls and I went to Chocolate World and Hershey Park instead.

Although I didn’t get a trophy for either of those events, I attended

the Rally banquet to celebrate with Mavericks and friends who did

win and got to see a presentation by Kevin Buckler of the Racer’s

Group. Very cool. Later that night (shortly after midnight) James

finally arrived. Although he had missed a lot of the event, there was

still much more to do.

The autocross started on Wednesday, but we weren’t going

to run until Thursday. Several fellow Mavericks did autocross that

day and did extremely well, even in the rain (see the list of winners).


American LeMans Series. Man, how did they get so many big

names? Did it have something to do with it being the 50th

Anniversary or some such? My luck ran out, though, later that

evening as someone else won the trip to Germany. Shoot! Maybe

next year in Portland.

Photo by Jerry Sutton

James and Wendy in their best duds for the Victory Banquet.

Later that afternoon was the Parade of Porsches through Hershey.

Over 400 cars signed up for the parade and I heard it was one of the

most remarkable there has ever been, with people literally lined up

along the streets to watch. With the aforementioned problems driving

our car in the heat, we passed on that one for a trip to Zoo

America with the girls. I heard we missed out on a great event,

though, from Jan and Ed who were in the thick of things.

We autocrossed on Thursday afternoon. It turned out to

be a very fun twisty turny course, with the average time around the

1:05 mark. James took 2nd place out of 22 drivers in class I4M

(58.973 sec.) and I took 1st out of a mere 3 women drivers

(1:00.202). Guest speaker that night was the amazing Porsche racing

legend, Vic Elford. He has a great sense of humor and was by far

the most entertaining speaker, in my opinion.

As if that wasn’t enough for the week, Friday had the tech

quiz in the morning, the volunteer party (for those who worked 2

or more worker shifts) in the afternoon, and the Victory Banquet

that evening! While James had to work scoring the quiz, I decided

to take it and see what would happen. Amazingly enough, I got 67

of the questions right, giving me a 2nd place victory in the mid-911

class. The top ladies’ score was 75 points (Debbie Cooper)... surprisingly,

I wasn’t too far off! That was the third time that week I was

caught off guard. It was a great Parade! That night the speaker was

Scott Atherton, President & CEO, of Panoz Motor Sports Group &

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

James accepts his autocross trophy.

They started the week’s banquets with the 50’s theme,

showing wonderful video footage from that decade. They continued

the week, adding another decade to each banquet. They encouraged

attendees to dress in appropriate attire. The 70’s (Rally) banquet

even had a costume contest. Oh my… there were some grand costumes.

All in all, the week’s theme was fun, fun, fun! Jasmine and

Kailee ended up with so many RC cars, dolls, stuffed animals, and

other door prizes that we nearly had to pile stuff up on top of the

Expedition to get it all home! So, another year’s Parade has gone by

and we had to again say goodbye to friends we might not see until

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Kailee, Jasmine and Geneva Spreen pose in front of a GT1.

Photo by James Shoffit

Wendy accepts her Autocross trophy.

next year. James and I are still in discussions about whether we’ll

make the trip to Portland, but rest assured that if we do, we’ll have

an absolute blast! Maybe you can join us next time!








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Hershey Parade 2005

By Jan Mayo

WOW! What a trip!! Parade has always been the

biggest sensory overload I’ve ever experienced and

this year was even better. Being the 50th anniversary

of Porsche Club of America and the Porsche Parade they

had many extra details that made it so outstanding.

big hair (and butt shots that would NOT now be politically

correct) and more off road excursions than I’ve ever seen in

one sitting. No wonder we have so many safety precautions

now days. For some reason the apparent availability of video

clips from the 80’s and 90’s were a little thinner, but the people

and places were becoming more recognizable because I


Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Team “Spiff” of the Maverick Region

My week started out with a special luncheon for past

PCA Presidents and past Parade Chairs. The room was filled

with such special people I was in awe. We were introduced

to some folks that were active 30 and 40 years ago, one gentleman

was both PCA President AND Parade Chair at the

same time. Yes, it was a simpler time, but still the commitment

to that combination was indeed inspiring. But the best

part was the 50 year commemorative pin that we each were

given. I was proud to have worn mine all week and be able

to chat with and hug the others throughout the week.

Photo by Charlie Davis

Linda Bosko pauses with Don & Taxi Breithaupt

to admire a Porsche on display

Each day presented something exciting, but the best

thrill was the concours banquet’s presentation of the 2004

National Enthusiast of the Year. It was within the first 3

words that I recognized the submission Dee Lersch and had

I sent in. Wendy’s mouth was starting to drop and I was

bouncing up and down in my seat… I couldn’t sit still. We

had to wait for several more sentences and the announcement

of her name before we could whoop and holler. By that

time I know everyone around our table wondered why I didn’t

just get up and GO to the bathroom. No one could be

prouder of this wonderful lady than I am.

Photo by Chip Hammond

Team “Swank” of the Maverick Region

Then there was the Pebble Beach ramp. The class and

division winners rolled their cars up the ramp for trophy

presentation and a photo opportunity not to be missed.

That was really grand.

The evening banquets started the reminiscing with a 10-

12 min video of each decade of Parades, starting with the

50’s. The fact that the Welcome Banquet was adrift in poodle

skirts and VO5 helped set the mood.

The videos of the 60’s and 70’s were full of gymkhana’s,


Photo by Charlie Davis

Teri Davis Working the Goodie Store

If you have never been to a PCA Parade you need to

seriously consider it. I think you’ll find, as I have, that once

you start you’ll want to keep on going. In my 21 Parades I

have been given a grand group of friends that I look forward

to seeing every year. I have gone to places I never would have

gone to and built a life time of wonderful memories.

Parade Results


SS8L Aubrey Sutton 2nd Place 1:11.884

P7L Jan Mayo 1st Place 1:03.393

P7L Myra Sutton 2nd Place

(driven in a downpour)


P7M Ed Mayo 3rd Place 1:00.736

P7M Jerry Sutton 5th Place 1:03.547

P9M Eric Erz 3rd Place 1:01.616

P11M Ed Martin 4th Place 1:07.094

I4L Wendy Shoffit 1st Place 1:00.202

I4M James Shoffit

(21 men in class)

2nd Place 0:58.973


Equipped Class:

Fran Walker/Tom Leavitt

(new transfer Maverick member)

3rd Place (33 points)

Unequipped Class:

Don & Taxi Breithaupt (technically Longhorn members,

but we all know they're Mavericks!)

3rd Place (337 points)

Jerry & Myra Sutton

29th Place (507 points)

Tech Quiz:

Early 911/912 to 1977 F:

Karen Erz, 7th Place with 62 points

Mid-911/930 (1978-1989) F:

Wendy Shoffit, 2nd Place with 67 points

Mid-911/930 (1978-1989) M:

Eric Erz, 10th Place with 66 points

914 M:

Charlie Davis, 7th Place with 77 points

Photo by Charlie Davis

Photo by Charlie Davis

Just a Few of the 914 Concours

The Car Wash Saw Plenty of Action

Photo by Charlie Davis

Myra and Aubrey Sutton Clown Around with Eleanor Bobbit



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Father’s Day Picnic

by Ed Mayo

Yep, if you came to the Father’s Day picnic on Sunday, you missed

the whole thing. Just to see who reads Slipstream and who doesn’t,

it was decided to have the picnic on Saturday this year. Believe it or

not Dave and Doris Casey actually enjoy having the mob come to their

house once a year (but only once a year!).

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Jan Mayo and Grandaughter Regan

The weather cooperated with some pleasant June temperatures,

you know, mid-nineties, no need to bring a sweater. Of

course the kids really enjoy the pool, although I swear Dave must

dump bags of ice in the pool the morning of the event. How else

can the water be that cold after a month of June temperatures? It

didn’t appear to bother the small humans though.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Even the kids had a good time.

Of course Chef Dave, fresh from his night job at Jack-in-the-

Box, did the honors of cooking the burgers and hot dogs, and this

year he was showing off his new built-in grill. If the water in the

pool was just a little warmer, the place would be perfect!

At some point during the day there was a water balloon toss

for the kids, but I wisely stayed away from that, kids and water

balloons are a dangerous combination.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Handling a Porsche is Like Catching a Water Balloon...

Joel Nannis drew the short straw this year and was the concours

judge. He even had score sheets to add that air of authenticity to the

process. I thought Joel did a wonderful job of judging and, no, this

has nothing to with the fact that my car won its class. I narrowly

beat out Michele de Jong’s ’70 911 and my daughter, Michele’s, ’72

911. I think I had shinier valve stem caps. Richard Cross won the

356 class, but I think its time some of you other 356 owners come

out and give him some competition. (Hint!)

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Joel ‘Concours’ Nannis Holding Court

So we came to that time when we must say our farewells so

the Casey’s can finally have some peace and quiet. Ahhh, but

we’re not done yet, part of the way home my elder granddaughter

(youngest granddaughter is only year old, and doesn’t do

drawings yet) realized she had left a hand made, personalized

Father’s Day drawing for Dad at the Casey’s, so a quick U-turn

and back we went. Thank goodness the clean–up hadn’t started

yet. Thanks to the Caseys, as always for opening up their home to

our mob!


Photo Name Badges

Bryan Bell


A great idea for all Maverick Region events!

These are the same size and shape as the 2004 Parade badges and

feature the same magnetic attachments. Now you can wear a name

badge with your favorite Porsche shirt without having to poke holes it!

Our photography or yours ...just $7.50 each.

Driver’s Education Car Numbers as low as $8 each!

These are heavy duty individual 10” tall magnetic numbers and are

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Coming soon!

Hats • Shirts • Banners • Posters

Calendars • Track Photography

Car Numbers • Digital Photo Editing

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Owner Rick Jordan: 28 Years Experience Porsche Trained


Mineral Wells Time Trial #4 & Autocross #3

Photo by Kevin Hardison

By Lisa Steele

What a weekend at Mineral Wells! It all started a week before

when Mark (my hubby) tells me that he has to go to Tokyo

for business the same weekend as Time Trial #4 and

Autocross #3. I had already decided that I was not missing any more

events, so I had to learn very quickly how to hook up the trailer to the

Suburban, load the car on the trailer and tie it down so I could make

the journey to Mineral Wells alone.

Lisa Steele was glad she came out . . . and that she took TTODL for Saturday.

Friday afternoon rolls around and I head out the door to start

my loading. Okay, I can honestly say that I don’t love spending fifteen

to twenty minutes trying to back up the Suburban “just right” to get

the hitch (I have another choice word for this little metal ball) aligned

with the trailer. I know I promised Mark that I would take things nice

and slow, but this was getting slightly frustrating. Once the trailer was

attached, I prayed that the trailer was actually following the truck as

I drove around to the garage…it was. Yeah! Now to the easy part of

putting the car on the trailer and getting her all tied down. This really

wasn’t too bad, as I had done this part before under the supervision

and very attentive eye of my husband. The whole process took a little

over an hour, but I was not going anywhere until I made sure “the

baby” was as tight as she could get. I could not do this without the

wonderful help of Mike Lockas who agreed to stop by and check

on me. He was able to give it that last little pull of a notch that I just

couldn’t get. Thanks Mike!

Once in Mineral Wells, the weekend was looking up to be a

great time of racing. Saturday was a little slim with number of persons

in attendance. In some corners, we only had one person. Before I

could give the car a good go – around, I had to make sure I checked

over ALL items on the list Mark left for me – a “honey-do list” if you

wish: oil at top of line, anti-freeze between Min.-Max, brake fluid

above Min, all hoses away from belts, belts not frayed or loose, no

motor oil leaks, check exhaust pipes and muffler, check front spoiler

for nothing hanging, check tire pressures, torque lug nuts, check brake

pads, and check tire wear. Yep, looks good! Does Mark actually think I

am going to jack up the car to change brake pads if they were worn???

No worries, I had the support of about five men to help me out if I

needed it. Everyone was so supportive, especially Bryan Bell and his

father-in-law, Henry, who wanted so badly to fix some hanging molding

for me. It wasn’t on the list, so I assumed it was probably okay and

in the end the “fix” was some handy duct tape. I loved Charlie Davis’

comment, “If you were cuter, you would have about twenty men helping

you out.” Sorry, I know I’m no Danika and besides, who could look

cute with all the grease, sweat, and the black gunk I had all over me

from checking Mark’s list. I had the BEST weekend!! Thanks, Guys!

Don’t forget to check your Season Point Totals

to make sure you will qualify for a trophy

to be given out at Founder’s Day!


Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Joel Nannis instructing Tannia Dobbins in the Developing Driver Class.

Jason Fortier taking his race prepared 924 for it’s first Maverick event.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Trace Conn getting faster and faster in his Class S7 Boxster S.

Kevan Davis counter steering his way through a tricky corner.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Mike Lockas getting close to cementing another season trophy win.

Time Trial #4 - Saturday 6/4/2005 - Mineral Wells

Class Number Name Car Time Place Points

Class 2 66 Sears, Cody Red 914 71.962 1 9

Class 3 31 Lockas, Mike White 944 72.504 1 9

44 McCoy, Chuck White 944 74.585 2 7

Class 5 64 Shoffit, James Black 911 SC 69.196 1 9

57 Nannis, Joel Yellow 911S 73.589 2 7

79 Herrmann, Jeff Red 911 SC 76.184 3 5

Class 5L 11 Shoffit, Wendy Black 911 SC 71.639 1 9

Class 6 1 Machala, Chuck Silver Boxster 68.085 1 9

Class S6 501 Snodgrass, Tom Yellow Boxster 71.235 1 9

234 Gross, Ed Red Boxster 72.939 2 7

Class 6L 205 Steele, Lisa Red 944S2 70.834 1 9

Class S6L 284 Gross, Tracey Maroon Boxster 76.405 1 9

Class 7 242 Shaffer, Darron Green Boxster S 71.081 1 9

Class 9 204 Bell, Bryan Silver 996 69.217 1 9

Class 10 549 Petri, Brian White 914 72.611 1 9

111 Hardison, Kevin Blue 914 73.229 2 7

Class 12 619 Johnson, Rocky White 968 67.679 1 9

61 Johnson, Russ White 968 73.386 2 7

Class 16 550 Diller, Richard Red 911S 67.135 1 9

161 Randall, Rick Black 911 Carerra 70.24 2 7

Top Time Of Day Men : Diller, Richard Class 16 Time 67.135

Top Time Of Day Ladies : Steele, Lisa Class 6L Time 70.834

Autocross # 3 - Sunday 6/5/2005 - Mineral Wells

Class Number Name Car Time Place Points

Class 2 66 Sears, Cody Red 914 89.268 1 9

5 Mayo, Ed Silver 914 90.941 2 7

37 Davis, Charlie Green 914 95.179 3 5

95 Howard, Travis Yellow 914 96.223 4 4

137 Davis, Kevan Green 914 96.69 5 3

Class 2L 4 Mayo, Jan Silver 914 91.663 1 9

Class 3 31 Lockas, Mike White 944 92.595 1 9

44 McCoy, Chuck White 944 96.424 2 7

214 Fortier, Jason Blue 924 98.631 3 5

Class S3 79 Herrmann, Jeff Black 944 98.658 1 9

Class S3L 65 Howard, Robyn Red 944 101.555 1 9

Class 4 54 Sutton, Jerry Red 911T 95.369 1 9

Class S4 76 Miller, Bill Brown 911T 97.831 1 9

Class 4L 45 Sutton, Myra Red 911T 93.842 1 9

Class 5 64 Shoffit, James Black 911 SC 88.052 1 9

40 Fleming, Jerry Silver 911 SC 92.749 2 7

57 Nannis, Joel Yellow 911S 93.339 3 5

Class 5L 11 Shoffit, Wendy Black 911 SC 90.554 1 9

Class 6 1 Machala, Chuck Silver Boxster 86.818 1 9

Class S6 501 Snodgrass, Tom Yellow Boxster 90.705 1 9

234 Gross, Ed Red Boxster 94.111 2 7

9 Thaler, Marc Black 944 S2 Cab 97.513 3 5

Class 6L 205 Steele, Lisa Red 944S2 94.519 1 9

Class S6L 284 Gross, Tracey Maroon Boxster 99.572 1 9

Class 7 242 Shaffer, Darron Green Boxster S 91.878 1 9

Class S7 999 Conn, Trace Red Boxster S 92.671 1 9

Class 7L 720 Kavanaugh, S. Black Boxster S 94.662 1 9

Class 9 204 Bell, Bryan Silver 996 90.403 1 9

Class 10 111 Hardison, Kevin Blue 914 91.398 1 9

549 Petri, Brian White 914 94.176 2 7

Class 12 619 Johnson, Rocky White 968 92.417 1 9

Class 16 161 Randall, Rick Black 911 90.031 1 9

Top Time Of Day Men : Machala, Chuck Class 6 Time 86.818

Top Time Of Day Ladies : Shoffit, Wendy Class 5L Time 90.554




New Wheels

by Joel Nannis

Anders, Larry

5205 Creekpoint Drive

Plano, TX 75093

2005 Cayenne

Barnes, Mattew

11232 Clover Knoll Drive

Frisco, TX 75035

1987 928 S

Contardi, Jim (Lisa)

610 Boardwalk Avenue

Southlake, TX 76092

1996 993

Csanadi, Randy

P.O. Box 150807

Arlington, TX 76015

2005 986 Boxster

Conway, Shawn (Krystal)

8405 Beatton Court

Plano, TX 75025

2002 996


If you have any changes that

you would like to make to the

MRPCA membership guide, call

Joel Nannis at 817-329-1600

Diliberti, Thomas (Danielle)

2811 Lemmon Avenue East

Dallas, TX 75204

2003 986 Boxster

Fererberg, Jason

3324 McKinney Avenue #321

Dallas, TX 75204

2004 996

Friedauer, Max (Kari)

6713 St Moritz Pkwy

Colleyville, TX 76034

1986 930

Gerrish, Scott

4310 East Bankhead Hwy

Weatherford, TX 76087

2005 996 S

Hartfield, Ryan (Kathy)

9514 Broadmoor Lane

Rowlett, TX 75088

2000 996

1987 Carrera Targa Guards Red, Black Leather, 58,000 miles all original, window

sticker, owners manuals, touch up paint, plastic gloves, air comp., tool kit

very nice car $24,000, call 972-345-9677 (1)

2002 Boxster Basalt Black exterior, Black leather interior(partial), Black top, 50k

mis, 1 owner-meticulously maintained w/all records, window sticker. Lots of

upgrades/options, sport pkg, tint, CD chngr, upgraded speaker package, new

drilled rotors, new brakes, clutched replaced, new MAF, recent tires, Lojack. $28k.

Jack Ormberget 214-343-9915 or (1)

PCA G-class/CVAR logbooked 911SC. Extensive modifications, built by Mayo.

Extensive spares. $29,000. I am a very motivated seller and will make someone a

GREAT deal on this car! Please contact David Phillips 903-892-3384. (2)

Wheels Set of four HRE 3 piece "Fuchs-style" wheels (HRE model 311). Wheels

are in great shape and come with nearly new Avon M500 tires. Fronts 8 1/2 X 16


Johnston, Derek

P.O. Box 418

Justin, TX 76247

2001 996 T

Mcbee, David (David Jr.)

718 Paulus Avenue

Dallas, TX 75219

1973 911 T

Riewe, Keith (April)

127 Wynnpage Drive

Coppell, TX 75019

2005 Cayenne

Sorokolit, Christopher (Kelly)

3401 Hulen Street

Fort Worth, TX 76107

2002 996 S

Vaughan, Mark (Eryn)

513 Haverhill Lane

Colleyville, TX 76034

1984 911

Wayne, Steve (Cindy)

3611 Wooded Creek Circle

Arlington, TX 76016

2002 996 C4

Ehittington, Hurbert

420 Oahu Loop

Kemp, TX 75143

1982 928

Wilder, Stan

3934 Clover Lane

Dallas, TX 75220

1987 911

Tangen, Tim (Diane)

P.O. Box 1294

McCamet, TX 78752

2003 996

40 Years

5 Years

Aldwin H. Zim (Christine)

Bedford Simon Gabriel (Sonia)


25 Years

Andrew Levi


Virgil W. Rink, Jr.

Naperville Eric Dalton (Betty)


10 Years

Robert Baechle (Bobbi Hubbard)


Eugene F. Haas (Julie Green)

Plano Wallace Martin


Darrin Crouser

Mckinney Stephen Watkins (John)



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

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Jerry DeFeo Designs (972) 240-5800 Page 9

w/225-50's, rears 10 X 16 w/245-45's. Include adapters for use on 911, but I

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Mean Green Travel (940) 565-8111 Page 20

Metro Volkswagen (972) 659-9999 Page 12

Mustard Racing (817) 366-1678 Page 5

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Park Place Porsche (214) 559-4222 Page 6

PartsHeaven (800) 767-7250 Page 20

RUF Auto Centre (214) 269-1571 Page 13

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