Slipstream - July 2005


The monthly newsletter of the Maverick Region of the 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 ................................................18-20

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



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

Upcoming Events

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

Happy Hour at Railhead Smoke House......................2

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

Photo Rally, Grapevine ..................................................3

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

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

Past Event Recaps

Happy Hour at The Hunan Dynasty..........................9

Mineral Wells Time Trial #2 & #3 .......................14-15

May at Mayos Recap ...................................................22


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

September 17 & 18 DE Form .....................................24

Day July - Events

5 Board Meeting

19 Bedford & Plano Lunches

21 Happy Hour

23 Photo Rally in Las Colinas

26 Addison Lunch

Day August - Events

1 Board Meeting

13 Photo Rally in Grapevine

16 Bedford & Plano Lunches

18 Happy Hour

30 Addison Lunch

Volume 62, July 2005, Issue 7

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,

Ed Hughes,

Mike Holloway

Cover Photo by XXX

Day September - Events

6 Board Meeting

9-11 Boxstoberfest

10-11 Time Trial #5 & AX#5

11 Autocross #5

11 Palo Pinto South Tour

15 Happy Hour

17-18 Drivers Ed (Hill Country)

20 Bedford Lunch

20 Plano Lunch

24-25 Drivers Ed at Motorsport Ranch

27 Addison Lunch

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Dick Dobson



Tinker Floyd



Weston Dillard


2005 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents


Stan Wenger



Ruth Parks



Brad Bradford



Rocky Johnson

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Ron Mott



Mike Lindsey



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2005 Maverick Region - Board, Officers & Chairs


Rocky Johnson

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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

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The Inside Track

by Rocky Johnson, the Maverick Region President

By the time you read this, the 2005 Maverick

Region Club Race will be but a happy

memory, and, in all likelihood, planning

will have started on the 2006 race. By all

accounts, our first Club Race using the

MotorSport Ranch track was a huge success. I,

again, want to extend a big thank you to Lanean,

the sponsors, the national staff and all the many,

many volunteers that helped make the event possible. I will not

even attempt to name all the names for fear of forgetting someone

who genuinely deserves recognition.

Sixty-five club racers registered for the event. They

ranged in class from Mark Lopilato's super fast Sprint and Enduro

winning GT1R to Joe McGlohen's slightly slower, but no less steady

Mustard Racing “J” car. The ten rookie candidates were all successful

in earning their rookie licenses. Nine of the ten were Mavericks.

Congratulations to them all.

There were a couple of instances of contact, (to quote

Keith Olcha, “ask me how I know”) but on the whole it was safe,

fun, and very competitive racing. In addition to the racers, there

were also 55 people registered for the Driver's Ed. Based on many

of the comments I overheard, we can count on some of those drivers

moving into the club racer ranks in the future.

The weather started out on the damp side, but got progressively

better as the weekend unfolded. As the track dried, the

times continued to come down. The really fast guys were in the

1:15 range. For someone like me, who was happy to break into the

1:25's, this seems like flying.

Even with the great shirts, good food, and outstanding

homemade ice cream, the event managed to turn a healthy profit

for our club. Again, this is a real tribute to Lanean and all the people

involved with making the weekend such a huge success.

No doubt, it will be hard to top this next year; but, I'm

confident that the Mavericks will make it even bigger and better in

2006. Hope to see you there!

Photo by

Mark's black 996TT, car #42

Photo by

Joe's car, a yellow 914, car #2

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Maverick Minutes

by Marie Wingfield (subbing for Michael)

Rocky Johnson hosted the June 2005 Maverick

Region Board Meeting on Monday, June 6, 2005.

The meeting had the following 16 members in

attendance Executive Council: Rocky Johnson, Mark

Gluck; Board Members: Dennis Chamberlain, Mike

Brodigan, Bill Dawson, Lanean Hughes, Chuck

Machala, Joe McGlohen, Andy Miller, Joel Nannis,

Wendy Shoffit; General Membership: Ed and Tracey

Gross, Kevin Hardison, Jan Mayo, Marie Wingfield. Rocky Johnson called

the meeting to order at 7:05pm.

Co-Goodie Storekeepers and Social Chairs: Rocky

announced that over a couple of banana splits Ed and Tracey Gross

agreed to take over the positions of Goodie Store and Social Chairs. Jan

and Wendy will help with the transition. As the new storekeepers, Ed and

Tracey would like to put the Goodie items on the internet for others to

view and order through a link to Paypal.

Club Race: Lanean Hughes – The Club Race is over and was

very successful. The Club Race was held in conjunction with a Driver’s

Education over Memorial Weekend (May 28-30) at MotorSport Ranch

(MSR). Her report showed a profit of ~$8,700. The lunch charity laps

brought in an additional $350. Lanean said Maverick Region was able to

make such a profit because “a lot happened” with the hotel, food, and

track rental. For example, Jack (MSR Owner) gave more than normal

and removed a lot of the fees. Lanean has received several e-mails from

Club Racers indicating they had a good time, despite the rain on

Saturday. Nine of the ten Club Race Rookies were from Maverick Region.

Lanean read the Club Race Steward’s Report. The Steward indicated MSR

was new to Club Racing, and was a good choice and a great facility – a

Steward’s dream, if one doesn’t mind climbing a ladder to get into the


Driver’s Education: Bill Dawson – During the DE portion of

the Memorial Weekend event, there was metal to metal contact. This is a

first for Maverick Region at a DE. Both cars were drivable and no one was

injured. The Hill Country Region DE is coming up on June 25-26. Team

leads will be contacting Maverick instructors.

AX/TT (Radios): Chuck Machala – There are problems with

the Motorola radios. Ray Luedecke tried to use them at the Club Race,

but they failed. The Region needs to buy new ones. Although AX/TT generally

uses 10 radios, Chuck would like funds allocated to buy 12 radios

(2 backup radios). He would like to buy ICOM brand radios. Joe

McGlohen expressed concern about switching to ICOM radios. First, if

the current radios are replaced with newer Maxon radios, the same battery

packs and chargers can be used. Secondly, Lone Star Region uses

ICOM and has had problems with a 2-3 second delay after the talk button

is pressed – cause of the delay is unknown. Regardless as to which

brand is ultimately chosen, Joe did not want his concerns to delay the

allocation of funds during the current meeting.

AX/TT has made ~$6700 this year and Chuck wants to spend

$2000 on new radios (~$152/radio). Wendy made a motion to allocate

up to $3000 for new radios and new batteries. Lanean seconded the

motion. The motion carried. However, prior to funds being spent, Rocky

requested all issues and concerns are resolved.

There was discussion about selling the Motorola radios on the

internet or through the Goodie Store. Of the old radios, the Region will

keep 4 radios and sell 6. Pricing and venue will be determined later.

AX/TT (Mineral Wells): Chuck Machala– Currently, Gregg

Lee (S2000 club) has been using a donated street sweeper to clear the

AX/TT course. He has asked the Region (in conjunction with other clubs

who use the sweeper at Mineral Wells) to help with the operational

expenses of the sweeper (fuel, tires, and maintenance). Gregg has asked

the Region pay ~30% of the $650 yearly cost (~$200/yr). There was dis-

cussion regarding if the Region should pay only if the other clubs pay or

regardless of what the other clubs do. The decision was to pay our portion

regardless of what the other clubs do. Joe McGlohen made the

motion as such. Wendy seconded the motion. The motion carried.

Hope Shelter: Lanean Hughes – Hope Shelter received a $1000

donation from a member who visited the shelter, and an additional $350

from the charity laps at the May Club Race/DE. Although the foundation

was finished this week, the shelter is about 1.5 months behind schedule

due to weather, modifications to the building plans, and the busy schedules

of Wade Kolody, Bill Middleton, and Justin Hiegel. All three have put

a lot of time, energy, and expertise into the building of the new shelter.

However, the shelter is in need of a new architect and construction engineers.

Wade Kolody was the architect in charge of the plans. Wade and

family are moving to Ohio. Bill and Justin are the construction engineers

and are no longer able to spend as much time on the shelter due to other


A request for assistance from an architect and construction

engineers will go out to the membership. Habitat for the Humanity has

been contacted for assistance, but cannot assist at this time. Joe

McGlohen made a motion to give $7500 to Hope Shelter. Jan Mayo

commented that the Region just gave the shelter $10,000 from Parade

profits. Wendy Shoffit commented that Jay Walker donated his $400 Club

Race Early Bird Special to the shelter. The Club Race held a drawing and

the name drawn won a refund of their entry fee. Jay won the drawing and

rather than take the refund, donated the funds to Hope. The motion was

never seconded or voted on.

Slipstream Advertising: Mike Brodigan – Statements will be

mailed to the advertisers in early August. Advertisers with accounts past

due will not be offered a renewal. The rates will stay the same. Mike

would like to include a direct link from the Maverick Region website to

the advertiser’s website for a fair and reasonable fee. It was suggested he

talk with Steve Boyd and the web master for Hill Country Region.

Photo Rally: Wendy Shoffit – The advertisement in the June SS

shows the incorrect date. The published date is June 18, but the actual

date is July 23. There is another Photo Rally August 13.

Spring Tour: Andy Miller – The Spring Tour had 25 cars. The

cars were divided into two groups – novice and experienced. Dividing the

cars into these groups worked well. The next trip is in the Fall. A request

went out for someone to write an article on the event. Mark Gluck agreed

to write the article.

Happy Hour: Dennis Chamberlain – HH at Hunan Dynasty

was successful with 38 attendees. The next HH is at Mondo’s on June 16.

Slipstream Publication: Wendy Shoffit – There was a problem

last month getting the membership database to the mailhouse. This delay

resulted in the late mailing of the SS. The issue is being addressed so the

SS will arrive in a more timely fashion.

Father’s Day Picnic: Wendy Shoffit – approximately 10 people

have RSVP’ed. This year, the picnic is on Saturday not Sunday. She is

expecting late RSVP’s. Joel Nannis will handle concours prizes. Wendy

made a motion to spend up to $300 for meat/drinks. Attendees will supply

side dishes. Joe seconded the motion. The motion carried.

President: Rocky wanted to hold an Executive Meeting at 5:30

prior to the open Board Meeting, but no one showed up [The Secretary

is currently working on a project in Indianapolis]. The meeting was to

discuss the By Laws. Changes to the By Laws, as defined in Article 12,

Section 1, require two-thirds vote of a quorum. A quorum is defined by

Article 6, Section 2, or Article 10, Section 4.

Next Board Meeting: Tuesday, July 5, at the home of Lanean Hughes.

The June meeting adjourned at 8:27pm.

Happy Hour at The Hunan Dynasty

by Dennis Chamberlain

Happy Hour Crew: Dennis Chamberlain, Monda

Degan and Mike Lockas

Thursday, May 19, 2005

This was our first happy hour

at Hunan’s and luckily for us,

they had just obtained their

liquor license the previous week!

For the most part, the happy hour

committee tries to select places with

reasonable prices, and in this regard Hunan’s was one of the best

ever. We also had great service, which is often a challenge for a

group our size. We also had great food and a great view. Obviously,

I really liked Hunan’s.

New members included Jennifer Dean and Mark Ovard, Judy

Kellnek, Gisselle Miranda (attending for the second time but her first

happy hour as a member) and Steve Lipkin. Jennifer and Mark are the

proud owners of four (yes, that is four) 928’s. One is kept mainly for

spare parts. Mark is a wedding photographer, when not performing

impersonations of Neil Diamond. See what you think from his photo.

For our July 21 happy hour we’re heading back to the Railhead

Smokehouse in Colleyville, another of our favorite hangouts. Hope to

see you there!

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Robert & Debbie Thompson

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Marylynn Anderson & Judy Kellnek

Mike Ovard & Jennifer Dean

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.

Typically, this segment is dedicated to folks who

actually own a Porsche and drive it from time to time. This

month’s person of interest owns a Porsche (sort of) and pretends

to drive it. If given the chance, he would gladly drive his

911 but his feet can’t reach the peddles to break or accelerate.

But it is not for a lack of trying, he just hasn’t grown legs long

enough yet. Meet my 6 year old son Maxwell Holloway.

Photo by Mike Holloway

Upfront and Personal with a Concours!

Every parent believes his or her kid has exceptional

skills and is blessed beyond compare. We are no different with

our children for the most part. In our eyes they are the brightest

stars in the sky. Truth be known, they are just average kids

who we get a good laugh from, shed a tear for and completely

enjoy. I will say this for Max (and even his little sister Emma),

they really like our old 911 Targa and would prefer we drive it

whenever possible. Max has every intention of racing it some

day. And I am sure his little sister will want to do the same

(just by judging how she operates her tricycle!). Recently we

attended the Fathers Day Picnic at the Casey's where Max was

taken aback by all the Porsches. Even more so when he heard

there was a contest for the “nicest” one. The following is a conversation

Max and I had. He may just become a Concours

judge someday.

MAX: Daddy, look at all the Porsches! There all different.

Why they all different?

DAD: Well lil buddy, it depends on what year they

were made and some are just different models but all are made

by Porsche.

MAX: Dad, which one do you like the bestest? I like

the orange one, no the black, no the red one way over there

(Pointing to the Cross 356 - a very beautiful car indeed!).

DAD: Ya, that is a nice one. She looks to pretty close

to mint condition. You think we should go take a closer look?

MAX: (With saucer size eyes) Can we? What kind is

it Dad? Is it fast like ours? Do he race it? Come on Dad! Stop

talking and lets go see it!!!

We walked over to the 356. Max peered inside and I

instructed him not to touch it, only to look. He went around

back and examined the engine.

MAX: Dad, his engine looks new! Did he get a new

engine? Did you get a new engine? (screaming over to Mr.

Cross). Dad, this car looks new. How old is it anyway?

DAD: It’s over 40 years old lil buddy. It has won prizes

for being so nice. Look at the awards. (Mr. Cross approached

us and told Max that he could sit in it if he would like. Max

was a little skittish and looked at me for approval.)

DAD: It’s OK, you can sit in it just don’t touch any

buttons or levers. This is a Concours car, that means the owner

has taken really good care of it and only brings it out for special

times. Now when you get out, close the door using the

door handle. (Best to teach him early on the proper way to

close a Concours door).

We then examined all the other cars. He had a tough

time deciding which one he liked the most. When we finished,

Max wanted to sit in our car. He wouldn’t leave so instead of

forcing the issue, I let him be. We have learned that when Max

has strong feelings over something it is normally warranted. I

found out what he was up to. He happened to notice that Joel

Nannas was judging the Casual Concours. Max had a lobby

and he wasn’t going to let Joel get away without pleading his

case as to why ‘his’ Porsche should win.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Max Lobbying for ‘His’ 911

Now mind you, our car was by far the roughest one

on the lot. We have great plans for it but in reality it had no

business being next to those beauties! It came time to pass out

the prizes. I could tell Max was nervous. It came down to the

last prize and Joel called out my name. I was awarded a can of

glass cleaner. It could have been a million dollars to Max. He

now knew which car was his favorite, his 1977 911 Targa. He

mentions it everyday sense. Thanks Joel for letting Max believe

he had the nicest car that day.

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Mineral Wells Time Trial #2 & #3

Photo by Kevin Hardison

By Major Jeff Herrmann & Tannia Dobbins

It was a dark and stormy night... at least it started that way the

night before a double header Time Trial at Mineral Ring 14-15

May. Despite mixed weather forecasts, 27 drivers prepared for

the worst arriving early to slide on a water soaked course.

Fortunately, the rain stopped, the sun peeked and I am here to

report on a high adventure Time Trial. Tannia and I were allowed

to author this article based on a long-standing tradition that the

newest drivers submit a summary. At least that is what Wendy

Shoffit told us.


The course on Saturday was 2b version 4.7. While that

does little to represent the course I submit the name as "Flat Out."

At least that is how Richard Diller advised us to drive through the

kinks. While most were not so brave, it seems Richard heeded his

own advice as he recorded the fastest time of the day with an

80.089. The course was fast with only a few cones finding themselves

not in their original position having been assisted by an

errant fender.

There were a few hard fought battles to be the class winner.

One of the closest was the Class 10 (914) contest between

Kevin Hardison and Brian Petri. While Kevin ultimately won, the

difference was a scant 1.1 seconds. The other close battle was actually

for 2nd and 3rd place in the OA class. The weapon of choice

was not a momentum car but more of a point and shoot car. The

winner was Reb Burroughs in his ‘Vette’ but the action was between

Michael Busby and Rich Evans. That Mustang battle was overflowing

with great American Muscle Car sounds. The biggest Porsche

class was class 6 with a covey of Boxsters with car number 911

entered to keep the Boxsters honest. Despite the large number, they

all finished within 5 seconds of each other.

Just a handful of the ladies made it out to enjoy in the fun

including Wendy Shoffit, Robyn Howard, Shelly Burbank and

Susanna Kavanaugh. The top time of the day in the ladies class was

an 84.500 and went to Shelly sporting her newly revitalized purple

911. The Saturday Time Trial was also given an English flavor with

the arrival of Randall Grasso's Lotus Elise. What a nimble car she

looks to be.

When all were exhausted from shagging errant cones and

driving our cars like they were meant to be driven, we assembled at

Baris, a great Italian restaurant. Some of us wanted to see if the

region's president, Rocky Johnson (Car 619), would order and

actually eat the infamous cheese cake. Unfortunately, he decided to

toss us a curve and order the tiramisu instead…but much to his

surprise none was to be found that day. Rocky just had to settle for

something with a lot of chocolate. It must have been good because

those that had passed up dessert were now back tracking! Mike

Lockas must have a deal with Nancy as he was treated to the mystery

meal of the day. Nancy had promised a delightful dish and it

must have hit the mark since there was little left on Mike’s plate

when the dishes were cleared. Charlie Davis provided the entertainment

with his professional quality photos of cars as well as bugs

and cacti; beautiful quality work that most would only see in photo

magazines. Other entertainment included determining exactly

how much salad dressing a girl could put in her hair. Thanks go to

Jasmine Shoffit for her apt demonstration. Thus we ended the night

in anticipation of doing it all over again, just backwards, the next


The 15 May Time Trial was a reverse "Flat Out" with a

kink. The kink, a chicane in corner two, must have been destructive

to tires; there were a number casualties of the day. James

Shoffit wore out his tires ending his day. Brian Petri also managed

to find a good view of the cords in some of his tires and ended up

a bystander for the last set of events in the afternoon. More catastrophic

was Bob Kuykendall's de-rubberizing of his tire while on

course. All were fine after a short full course red and a push back

to the grid.

This event, Shelly Burbank driving “Christine,” had some

close friendly competition with Lisa Steele in her 944 Turbo.

However, Shelly prevailed collecting the day's Fastest Time of Day

(Ladies) for her efforts with a 85.000. Shelly’s car control is nothing

less than impressive. Class 6 was once again the largest and

more tightly matched class. The top times were within 1 second

from first to third place. This time the 944 of Mark Steele, with an

81.038, pulled the fastest time over the infamous Chuck Machala,

Chief Driving Instructor.

Photo by Kevin Hardison


I would like to take this opportunity to thank the driving

instructors for showing the way and giving those tips that really

make a difference to the more novice drivers. Instead of being able

to check their tire pressures or rubbing out a body panel that somehow

made contact with a cone, they hop into another car and put

their welfare into someone else's hands. All appreciate it I am sure.

Time Trial #2

Class Name Car Time Pl Pts

Class 2

66 Sears, C. Red 914 87.062 1 9

95 Howard, T. Yellow 914 94.221 2 7

Class 3

31 Lockas, M. White 944 86.532 1 9

44 McCoy, C. White 944 89.839 2 7

Class S3L

65 Howard, R. Red 944 99.897 1 9

Class 5

64 Shoffit, J. Black 911 SC 83.968 1 9

57 Nannis, J. Yellow 911S 92.36 2 7

Class 5L

11 Shoffit, W. Black 911 SC 87.786 1 9

Class 6

1 Machala, C. Slv Boxster 82.718 1 9

139 Hedderick, D. Slv Boxster 83.746 2 7

39 Hedderick, J. Slv Boxster 85.115 3 5

501 Snodgrass, T. Ylw Boxster 86.165 4 4

Class S6

234 Gross, E Red Boxster 89.192 1 9

Class 6L

15 Burbank, S. Purple 911 84.5 1 9

Class S7L

720 Kavanaugh, S, Blk Boxster 91.439 1 9

Class 9

204 Bell, B. Silver 996 85.921 1 9

Class 10

111 Hardison, K. Blue 914 88.483 1 9

19 Petri, B. White 914 89.546 2 7

Class 12

619 Johnson, R. White 968 82.248 1 9

Class 13

911 Kuykendall, B. Black 911 87.897 1 9

Class 16

550 Diller, R. Red 911S 80.089 1 9

81 Herrmann, J. Black 912 88.87 2 7

Time Trial #3

Class Name Car Time Pl Pts

Class 2

66 Sears, Cody Red 914 85.115 1 9

95 Howard, Travis Yellow 914 94.237 2 7

Class 2L

16 Ussery, Fran Silver 914 92.393 1 9

4 Mayo, Jan Silver 914 93.981 2 7

Class 3

31 Lockas, Mike White 944 85.885 1 9

44 McCoy, Chuck White 944 89.206 2 7

Class S3L

65 Howard, Robyn Red 944 102.705 1 9

Class S4

76 Miller, Bill Brown 911T 90.594 1 9

Class 5

64 Shoffit, James Yellow 911S 86.768 1 9

57 Nannis, Joel Yellow 911S 89.738 2 7

Class 5L

11 Shoffit, Wendy Black 911 SC 87.334 1 9

Class 6

205 Steele, Mark Red 944S2 81.038 1 9

1 Machala, Chuck Silver Boxster 81.799 2 7

139 Hedderick, David Silver Boxster 81.946 3 5

39 Hedderick, Jim Silver Boxster 85.163 4 4

83 Atkins, Jeff Red 911 86.276 5 3

2 Garrett, Vaughan White 911 91.106 6 2

Class S6

501 Snodgrass, Tom Yellow Boxster 85.652 1 9

234 Gross, Ed Red Boxster 88.381 2 7

Class 6L

15 Burbank, Shelly Purple 911 85.000 1 9

206 Steele, Lisa Red 944S2 86.020 2 7

Class 9

204 Bell, Bryan Silver 996 86.530 1 9

Class 10

111 Hardison, Kevin Blue 914 87.400 1 9

19 Petri, Brian White 914 88.964 2 7

Class 12

619 Johnson, Rocky White 968 81.235 1 9

Class 13

911 Kuykendall, Bob Black 911 89.137 1 9

Class 16

550 Diller, Richard Red 911S 80.322 1 9

81 Herrmann, Jeff Black 912 87.150 2 7

Photo by Kevin Hardison







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Club Race Corner - Impressions from the Lefthand Seat

By Colin Graidage

There is a very good view of MotorSport Ranch (MSR) from

Buzzards Neck. As it rotated in front of me, there was time to

reflect that I had just failed to realize a major objective for my

first club race.

It was lap 8 and I was just hanging on. James Shoffit was

ahead and exiting the turn. I turned in and in very rapid succession

there was the apex curb, but I was aimed inside it, there the control

tower, there the clubhouse, there the flag station with the yellow coming

out; thank you. Back down the short straight, I saw Mike in the

black 944 Turbo. He had seen the flag and me and had room.

Gracefully backwards, off the track again. Nice sky. I think I heard the

voice of Carey Spreen saying,“Don’t do that” and,“Both feet in” from

my first excursion in my first DE in February 2002. It was the same

corner. Poetic, really.

A wave from the corner station and back onto the track.

Keep the mud off the line, listen to it shaking off the wheels, try not

to spin the car with too much throttle, and into the hot pit for a quick

check by Joel and our great National scrutineer team. Thanks guys,

and off again. Not even breathing hard. Not the first time, after all.

Well yes, actually, in a for-real PCA Club race.

Then it started to rain. The next few laps were ugly with cars

slipping and sliding on and off the track. Richochet was extremely difficult,

the uphill turn into the Tombstone complex, and Big Bend was

treacherous. Some like to drive MSR in the rain, or so they say. The

rain stopped, some grip came back and the game was on again. By the

end of the race, the track was dry and there were some good battles

going on especially into Rattlesnake and out of Big Bend. Rattlesnake

was the “Who blinks first” spot and the exit from Big Bend rewarded

the best technique. Track out at Tombstone got closer and closer. Too

close for some.

The weekend started on Friday, after all, with a test and tune

day. My rebuilt engine had zero hours on it after a mishap at TWS and

so a first few tentative laps were required to bed in the new rings and

see if our work was as good as we thought it to be. We had good oil

pressure, good temperature, it sounded good, felt good and there

were no oil leaks. Wonderful. By Friday evening and the orientation

session for license candidates, the engine had a little over an hour on

it and felt ready. Was I?

Alan Friedman, National Official and Chief Steward for the

weekend took the orientation session and handed out a helpful set of

“dos and don’ts” to a group of ten, would-be racers. His message was

this, “Racing is different. Club Racing is a National program. It is not

a Maverick event, even though Maverick is hosting it. It is not DE

multiplied by a factor. Racing is different.” He stressed awareness,

keeping track of other drivers, where they want to go, and where you

need to be. Speeds are higher, space is tighter, cars are closer, drivers

have intentions that may be less than generous, lines are often different

and frequently less than optimum. There is limited time to think

about driving the car. The driving part needs to become automatic

and the thinking part has to be on strategy and tactics. It sounded


Alan talked about the benefits of occasionally backing out of

situations and co-existing on the racetrack. That seemed sensible

enough. Two of my co-aspirants, James Shoffit and Mark Steele were

nodding in agreement. In my mind’s eye, I could see them both out at

Mineral Wells from my autocross days. Yes, backing out would be

right at the front of their minds. Why were these guys nodding?

Saturday morning practice, and rain. It poured for hours.

We were fortunate and soon after lunch, the rain stopped and the sky

cleared. The track dried and we were off again. Practice starts and a

fun race were planned and our red group was called to grid. Now, I

have to admit that starting in the middle of the pack is interesting. Get

lined up, look past the cars in front, try to spot the green flag dropping,

listen for the roar, get on the gas and go. Into Big Bend, two

abreast, flat in third, look forward, backwards, and sideways. I was on

the inside and the only place there were no cars was on my left. There

is grass there and I remember a past instructor saying, “The grass is

your friend.” Well, not today, Jose.

Into Big Bend, stay tight to the apex curb, accelerate hard

into the back straight, stay aware, and breathe. Mayhem, cars everywhere

and now fourth, and now Rattlesnake approaching at high

speed. Who is to my right? Don’t they know we can’t go through here

three wide? Stay on it and see who blinks. I have an exit if I need it,

straight on, remember the grass. Now two wide, someone backed out

and round we go, two wide and I have the outside at the entry and the

inside at the top of the hill. We are through and now one wide for the

rest of Rattlesnake and up through Wagon Wheel?. Not too wide here

or some smart soul will be up on the inside, over the crest and flat into

Ricochet. On towards Little Bend and there, a corner worker with a

yellow flag. On the brakes and form up to do it all again. Probably

time to breathe again, smile, pat the dash and think of the past weeks

building this engine with friends. Great times and a great job.

The order for the next practice start had changed. Bill

Miller, #76, was in front of me and we were on the outside, a red 944

on Bill’s inside. The flag dropped and we were off again. Flat into the

turn. Suddenly the red car on Bill’s inside was sliding sideways and we

had a situation. Bill saw him and exited right. Three wheels on the

mud, two rears and a front. I was ready to go off but Bill caught it,

calmly stayed with it and came back onto the track. Great vision and

car control, just another ho-hum moment. Covered me with a light

coating of mud and that, for those of you who know the story, is why

the car needed to be washed, and we were off down the back straight.

Most of those behind us never even lifted. Well done, Bill. Breathe


The third practice start was without incident and we ran ten

laps as a fun race. During the fun race, I saw a different side of the

great job our corner workers do for the club. I have always appreciated

these men and women for the job they do for the DE program. We

rely on them, teach students the flags, stress the importance of observation,

ask the question, “What flag was being waved?” and at DE

speeds and in DE traffic it is vitally important. At racing speeds and

in racing traffic I saw that it is more than vitally important. Thanks to

all of you who look after us.

Alan Friedman was watching from the tower and so a clean

race and a clean finish was high on the list of priorities. Fortune

smiled, there was the checker and it was done. Alan was right, racing

is different. Sadly, back came the rain. The blue group practice starts

and fun race went back to Sunday morning. The conversation at dinner

with my wife Rosemary, daughter Georgie, and future son-in-law

James was racing. Strange.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Sunday morning saw practice, qualifying for the sprint race,

and a drivers’ meeting. Alan handed out the pieces of paper we had

come for and the candidates were officially licensed PCA Club Racers

all welcomed noisily by the group. Okay, there is a cross on the back

of the car, but who cares? Ms. Shire will be proud. So would my mother,

but I daren’t tell her.

I qualified too well and that put me in among the quick

people. For the future, that is not a good plan and a lower qualifying

position will do just fine. These guys are fierce and the fun aspect of

it seemed less obvious. The start was tricky and I thought I would

have to test the grass as I was driven onto the red and white apex curb

on the inside of Big Bend. It is nice up there but soon we were through

and off and the first few laps were fast and furious.

And so to Monday, and a great day for racing. Practice, qualify

in a better, if lower place. And to the grid where Jan Mayo, Bob

Benson, he of the patriotic suspenders, and Graham Lane have everything

under control except my breathing. Dick Dobson, Chief

Scruitineer, and John Poor walk around the grid looking at the cars.

Dick asks me if I am ready. I am. Bill Dawson is in the pace car and

looking for Jan’s sign. She signals, “start engines.” Bob starts to send

the lead cars out and we are underway. Now, the Enduro is one hour

with a mandatory five minutes pit stop. I have never driven for one

hour before and I wonder how this is going to work. Can I concentrate

for that length of time at these speeds? Will the cool shirt work

for that length of time or will it become a heater? Will the car last? Will


it rain? Did I remember to visit the restroom? Was Steve Kent right,

am I too old for this? One lap and Bill Dawson in the pace car exits

the track. The lead car takes us around and we form up two abreast

through Tombstone. I am on the inside down the straight, look for

the flag, listen for the roar, floor it and let’s race.

The track was dry and the sun even tried to shine through.

The racing was intense. At one point Doug Molny lost some oil and

Eric Erz spun on it in Rattlesnake. I got sideways on it as did many

others and that after slowing down for the debris flag. It took a lap to

get the oil off the tires and a new line through Rattlesnake for a lap or

two helped. I needed to pace myself, not for the car’s sake but for my

own. Just ease off a little and stay focused.

Noby and I were to share a pit wall place and I was to go in

at 30 minutes, he at 40. Keith Olcha graciously agreed to check my

tires, provide something to drink, and time my stop. The pit lane

speed is 30 mph, which seemed very slow and five minutes seemed an

eternity. All done and we were off again. Now, I have to admit to having

little idea of my position in the race and the pit stop just added

confusion. Best to just drive and let ESPN worry about who was


There is a time for pacing oneself and a time to get on it

again so for the last fifteen minutes or so I picked up the pace and

enjoyed some good racing with a number of cars. Just don’t try too

hard. Time passed and I began to think a checker flag would be good.

Three laps after that thought came to me there it was and we were

done. It is hard to describe the feeling. Relief? Yes, I suppose. Elation?

Some, maybe. Wonder at how much faster than me many of these F

cars are? Yes, but that’s ok for now. Certainly, gratitude for the organization

that lets us do this and the individuals who make it possible.

Drivers waved to each other and to the corner workers

through the cool down lap and there were those nice people at the pit

wall again. Thank you, thank you. Back to the staging area for decompression

and something to drink, some “did you see this?” and “what

about that?” What a day. Started fourteenth finished thirteenth. The

important word there is “finished”. Does that car look happy to you?

It certainly does to me.

Now, those of you who know me, know I am not from

around here. That said, Rosemary and I count it a privilege to live and

work in the United States and consider Texas home and Maverick our

region. To celebrate Memorial Day with you all was therefore a privilege

and to remember those who keep us free and have given their

lives for that freedom is an important and honorable thing to do. We

get to live, sleep and race in a free country that is only free because as

someone said, “There are rough men willing to do violence on our

behalf.” It is right to remember and honor them.

We also owe great thanks to PCA’s National Organization,

Alan Friedman and his team. Our own Lanean Hughes, the great

arranger and putter to work of the willing. Thanks to our registrar,

Ray Luedecke; the tech team: Dick Dobson, John Poor, and Tom

Snodgrass, the scoring team: Chuck Perilli, Nadeen Saville, Michael

Wingfield, and Bob Glowacki; the grid team: Bob Benson, Jan Mayo,

and Graham Lane; the hospitality team: Annette Snodgrass, Clara

Lewis, and Wendy Shoffit. Thanks to the Linda Bambina, the voice

over the loudspeaker, the volunteer coordinator, Tracey Gross, Joe

McGlohen and his entire crew of corner workers, to all who worked

in whatever capacity, to good friends and safe racers and to those who

love them. Thanks also to our generous sponsors. On a personal note,

thanks to all the DE instructors who have helped me over the years.

So was the experience what I expected? What do you think?

Oh yes, I was really happy that the car won the award for Best

Prepared Race Car. Apparently, it was cleaner than some. Thanks to

the scrutineers for the award. In fact, thanks to all for a great weekend

and if I have not mentioned your name, please forgive me.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison



Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison



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) In the Cayenne TV advertisement that first appeared in 2004 a Cayenne owner revs his Cayenne into

what? A) The telephone B) The garage C) An alleyway D) A crowd of admirers.

2) When Porsche introduced a consumer pre-market release video for the Cayenne what car and phrase

graced the cover of the video? A) The Cayenne and “Porsche’s next victory” B) The 959 and “We

didn’t write the book on offroading just the racy chapters” C) The Cayenne and “An all weather

solution” D) None of the above.

3) Who is credited with styling the 928? A) Anatole Lapine B) Franz Xavier Reimspiess C) Max

Hoffman D) Carlo Abarth

4) Chassis number 25 was homologated in what year and sold to what team? A) 1969/Zitro B)

1970/Gulf C) 1970/Gesipa D) 1969/Gunner

5) The photo shows what car and frame type? A) 962 monocoque B) 935 monocoque C) 911 Tube

Frame D) Carrera Carbon / Kevlar.

This month’s prize:

$25 gift certificate to:

Zim’s Autotechnik

May at Mayos Recap

by Jean Frick

We know of many eating establishments that can

charge an outrageous price for a meal because

of their “atmosphere”. On Saturday night, May

7, the Maverick club met at one of the most famous “car

atmosphere” restaurants in the area. All scrubbed up

and clean, with cars on the rack in the background,

stacks of tires in the corner, even the rich smell of motor

oil in the air. What else could a car enthusiast ask for? I

know, 30 Porsches in the parking lot, with every model

represented. From a trio of 356s to a Cayman (I lied

about that - try a new 996).

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Field of Cars

regions in the USA and Canada. Also included was the

history of the Porsche cars as each new model was introduced

in the USA.

Annette Snidgrass and Fanily

With plenty of cold drinks available, and a

spread of that famous Babe’s Chicken, all that was lacking

was the entertainment. After all had their fill of

chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, salad, and

dessert, we broke out the video projector and presented

the History of the PCA. Starting in 1955 with only 7

regions, the film took us to the current time with 140

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Lanean Hughes & Sydney Steele

Joe McGlohen Helping Myra Sutton Relax

Of special note were the numbers of new faces

in the crowd, as well as some we don’t see often enough.

One example was a table-mate Khalid Zafar and his wife

Sherry. Although having been Maverick members for 5

years, this was their first Maverick event. We don’t think

it will be their last.

Our thanks to all who helped make this a great

time to relax with friends, share a drink, break bread,

and just have a wonderful evening. Special thanks to Ed

for the effort in turning his shop into the best car atmosphere

restaurant in the Metroplex

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

available in white, black, red, yellow, orange, blue or green.

Custom work is also available in any color ...including metallics!

Coming soon!

Hats • Shirts • Banners • Posters

Calendars • Track Photography

Car Numbers • Digital Photo Editing

Kevin Hardison

Irving, Texas • (972) 849-8512




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New Wheels

by Joel Nannis

Amano, Claire (Jeff)

443 Remington Point

Lewisville, TX 75077

2005 Boxster S

Hall, Clinton

8417 Island View Drive

Fort Worth, TX 76135

2004 996

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

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

Puorro, Thomas (Sondra)

201 Haddinton Lane

McKinney, TX 75071

1999 911

Bowen, Jim (Janet)

P.O. Box 251592

Plano, TX 75025

2001 996

Carnes, James

4342 Merrell

Dallas, TX 75229

1983 944

Cole, Chuck (Valerie)

303 Euban KS

Maypearl, TX 76064

2004 996 T

Denise, Sanchez

306 Oakmont Drive

Roanoke, TX 76262

1988 911

Harbold, Cory (M.E.)

631 Tremont Street

Tyler, TX 75701

1988 944 T

Henderson, Thomas

312 Chestnut Bend Drive

Colleyville, TX 76034

2000 996

Landerholm, Rick (Freida)

1022 Yellowstone Drive

Grapevine, TX 76051

1987 928 S

Lin, Peter

1819 Prairie Creek Trail

Frisco, TX 75034

2002 996

Quinones, Jose

4480 Fairway Drive

Carrollton, TX 75010

2005 996 S

Turner, Christopher (Annie)

3201 Queensbury Way West

Colleyville, TX 76034

1981 911 CS

Vanam, Murali (Jyothi)

10307 Mateo Trail

Irving, TX 75063

2005 Cayenne

Wilkins, Gregory (Galyn)

7104 White Tail Trail

Fort Worth, TX 76132

1997 Boxster

Griffeth, Landis (Teresa)

6330 Waggoner Drive

Dallas, TX 75230

2005 Cayenne T

Grubstein, Seth (Rena)

5952 King William Drive

Plano, TX 75093

2004 996


35 Years

Robert E. Hagestad

15 Years

Klause Koch (Lee)

Ralph Taeuber Jr. (Diane)

James Rhoades (Mary)

10 Years

Eric Schorn (Amy)

5 Years

John Leto

Mike Brodigan (Jason)

Susanna Kavanaugh

Scott Nicol (Gwen)

Carl Moore (Judith)

Doug Booth (Robin)

Mozdzyn, Larry

701 Royal Birkdale

Garland, TX 75044

1999 996

Murphy, Brian (Yen-Vi)

2937 South Sheperds Glen

Wichita Falls, TX 76308

2004 996 T











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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 w/225-50's, rears

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

believe they are 944 offsets. Approx dim: front 160mm

backspace w/51mm offset, rear 176mm backspace w/49mm

offset. $1950 obo. Ed Hughes, 972-317-7029 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. (1)

1976 911 (930) Turbo Carrera This is a fantastic 930.

Incredible condition, pictures are available (just email me).

Grand Prix White with black leather interior. Recent work

includes: rebuilt brake calipers, new pads all around, new

rotors, redone AC lines (with new dryer), new clutch, pressure

plate and Throw-out baring, resurfaced flywheel, 1st

and 2nd syncros with slider, valve adjustment, recent turbo

tie rods, larger capacity C2 Turbo front oil cooler, the list

goes on and on. 54K miles, just a great classic 930. Please

contact me with any questions. $31,000 OBO. Contact: Rob

Turner, C. 817-296-8835 (2)

1998 Boxster - Arena Red/Savannah interior. Hardtop

w/stand. Purchased and maintained by Park Place. 17"

Speedline rims w/Toyo tyres (low miles). Titanium luggage

carrier. Intake screens. Threshold plates. All covers and

bra. Super condition-none better w/41,000 miles. No

wrecks or dings. Always garaged and covered. $23,000.00.

Al Magazzine (Voodoo) Wk: 972-574-1978; Eve: 214-987-

2068. Dallas, Tx. (2)

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. (3)

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 (3)

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. (3)

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 (3)

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) (3)

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 (3)

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 (3)

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


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


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 tierods.

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 at 817-453-9873 or (3)

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We’ve been winning awards for the

quality of our service for years. Louden

has been rated “Best in Dallas” twice by

D Magazine, “Best in Texas,” “Top Ten in

the U.S.” and “Best in the West” by the

Robert Bosch Corporation (worldwide

leader in fuel injection and electronics).

And we’d like the opportunity to show

you why.

11454 Reeder Road

Dallas, Texas 75229

(972) 241-6326





F O R M O S T I N V E S T O R S .

Average annual

total returns as of


1 Year 10.74%

5 Year 2.56%

10 Year 16.81%

Inception 16.49%*

*Average Annual Total

Return from Inception,


Data based on $10,000 hypothetical investment 4/16/82 with

reinvestment of dividend and capital gain distributions.

Legg Mason Value Trust

The performance data quoted represents past performance and does not guarantee future results. The performance stated may

have been due to extraordinary market conditions, which may not be duplicated in the future. Current performance may be lower

or higher than the performance data quoted. To obtain the most re-cent month-end information please visit www.leggmasonfunds.

com. The investment return and principal value of the fund will fluctuate so that an investor’s shares, when redeemed, may be

worth more or less than the original cost. Calculations assume reinvestment of dividends and capital gain distributions. Performance

would have been lower if fees had not been waived in various periods.

Glen Gatlin

First Vice President – Investments

(214) 647-3507 • (866) 388-6627

Dallas, Texas

Mutual fund investing involves market risk, including possible loss of principal. You should consider a fund’s investment objectives,

risks, charges, and expenses carefully before investing. For a prospectus, which contains this and other information on

any Legg Mason or Royce fund (Consultant Class only), call (866) 388-6627 or visit Please read

the prospectus carefully before investing.

Legg Mason Wood Walker, Inc. • Member NYSE, Inc. • Member SIPC •

Bob Knight, Slipstream

9047 Oakpath Ln

Dallas, TX 75243-6353

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