Slipstream - May 2006


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

Upcoming Events

May Holiday at Mayo’s


• Time New Member Trial #2 & Party


• Wine Club Race Tasting at MSR

at Tony’s

Past Events

• Tour • Photo Arkansas


• DE at MotorSport • Autocross Ranch


• Charity • Hill Autocross Country at TMS


December May 2006 2005 - Published - by the 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

From the Driver’s Seat (Editor’s Column)................10

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

Anniversaries ................................................................27


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

Upcoming Events

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

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

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

May at Mayo’s..................................................................2

Time Trial #2 & 3............................................................3

Father’s Day Picnic ........................................................3

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

Happy Hour at Hunan Dynasty................................10

Club Race and DE at MSR..........................................15

Past Event Recaps

Photo Rally....................................................................12

Hill Country Tour ........................................................14

Autocross #1..................................................................16

DE at MotorSport Ranch ............................................22

Happy Hour at Mondo’s ............................................28


Trivia Contest..................................................................5

Hope Shelter Insulation ..............................................19

Day May

2 Board Meeting

6 Time Trial #2 (MW)

7 Time Trial #3 (MW)

7 Palo Pinto Tour

16 Bedford & Plano Lunches

18 Happy Hour at Hunan Dynasty

20 May at Mayo’s

27-29 Club Race / DE (MSR)

30 Addison Lunch

Day July

9 Rally

11 Board Meeting

18 Bedford & Plano Lunches

20 Happy Hour

25 Addison Lunch

Volume 65, May 2006, Issue 5

Go Online For Latest Updates on Events

DE - Drivers’ Education event

HCR - Hill Country Region (Austin-centered)

LSR - Lone Star Region (Houston-centered)

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

Day June

3 Time Trial #4 (MW)

4 Autocross #3 (MW)

6 Board Meeting

10-11 Drivers’ Education (LSR)

11 Autocross #4 (Pennington)

15 Happy Hour

18 Fathers’ Day Picnic

20 Bedford & Plano Lunches

24-25 Drivers’ Education (HCR)

27 Addison Lunch

Day August

1 Board Meeting

5? Time Trial #5 (MW)

6? Autocross #5 (MW)

6-11 51st PCA Parade in Portland, OR

15 Bedford & Plano Lunches

17 Happy Hour

26 Rally

26 Post Parade Party

29 Addison Lunch


Dennis Chamberlain,

Charlie Davis, Mark Gluck,

Hart Photography, Konrad Kelley,

Andy Miller, and Kevin Hardison.

Cover Photo by Drew Campbell

Sunrise over MotorSport Ranch

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2006 Maverick Region - Board, Officers & Chairs


Rocky Johnson

H: 903-356-6531

C: 972-816-1769

3502 Sandy Lake Circle

Quinlan, TX 75474

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.


Jan Mayo

H: 817-595-4651

C: 817-313-9406

Jan joined Maverick Region in 1980 with a

1974 914, which she still has. She has been

region secretary, treasurer and editor, Zone 5

Representative plus Parade Treasurer, Parade

Worker Chair & 2004 Parade Chair. Currently

she's an active driver & instructor in AXes and

TTs and enjoys tours and rallies.


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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H - (972) 291-8817 (

The Inside Track

by Rocky Johnson, the Maverick Region President

Now it's really driving season! I understand

that “officially” the Maverick driving season

kicked off in February with our driving

schools and first DE. I don't know about you, but for

me wind chill factors in the single digits, cold rain,

and snow just don't say, “Let's buckle up and drive.”

Now it's springtime in Texas and the driving is great.

Our first autocross at Texas Motor Speedway was

super, a little windy, but otherwise the weather was fine. The DE on

April 8-9 was excellent. Again, a bit windy at times, but hey, this is Texas.

The track conditions were superb and everyone was eager to learn more

about the new section. The event was well attended, but not too crowded,

so everyone got lots of seat time. Some of the instructors teamed up

during the red sessions to help analyze different approaches. I was able

to receive some helpful pointers from a couple of the real masters, Jim

Buckley and Steve Kent. Those of you that were watching people drive

in circles, or more correctly, ovals missed an outstanding weekend.

Now that things are in full gear, we've got lots of opportunities

for folks to sharpen their driving skills; autocross, rallies, time trials,

tours, and of course our big three day Club Race and Solo-only DE

on May 27, 28, and 29th. By the way, if you're not going to be racing

or driving in the DE, please consider volunteering to help out during

the weekend. The folks that run this event make it look easy, but that's

only because of all the planning and hard work they put into it. They

really can use your help. I'll see you there!

Trivia Contest


It’s Easy To Play:

Enter online at or email

answers to:

Rules: 1 Point per each correct answer. 1 entry per

member. Drawing to tie break. Deadline 3/31/06.

Congratulations to our February winner,

Larry Mozdyn!

The 100% club also includes John Stahl, Bob Kuykendall,

David Sumners, Cyril Reif, and Jeff Gann

February Answers: 1) A 2) B 3) A 4) D

(There was no contest for March)

February’s prize:

$25 gift certificate to:

1) The above pictured car based on the Carrera S is also known

as the A) ZaZen B) Bayer C) prototype 998.5 D) Vision S?

2) The debut of the ’07 GT3 based on the 997 platform, features

approximately what percentage of horsepower

increase? A) 17 % B) 9% C) 3% D) 36%.

3) A recent survey by what organization rated Porsche as the

most prestigious automobile among wealthy Americans?

A) The Buffet Group B) Consumer Reports C) Franklin

Covey D) New York based Luxury Institute

4) CFRP-Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic is used in aerospace,

prosthetics and Porsches. What Porsche uses CFRP and for

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Maverick Minutes

by Jan MayoThe

April 4 Board meeting started 5 minutes early

and we went Clockwise around the table in

honor of Daylight Savings Time.

Rocky started us off with an apology to the

Autocross Committee for calling their “Count only

the first four runs” rule a stupid idea. He still thinks

it's a bad idea but feels bad at saying it was a stupid

idea. Charlie said to take the issue up with James and James took the

opportunity of everyone looking at him to talk about needing a new

laptop. He said the whole package would be ~$1,000. Rocky said to

put it in the AX budget and to give Jeff an amended budget. A motion

was issued anyway with a second and it was passed with a unanimous

board vote and one dissenting guest vote.

On to Ed Gross reporting that Steve Boyd has made good

progress on getting the Goodie Store up on the Maverick website. Ed

is getting more requests for this Goodie Store option.

Tracey Gross brought a couple chocolate Porsches samples with

the Maverick logo on the hood. Not having seen them before she was

quite enthralled and wanted to make them available in the Goodie

Store even though us old-timers have seen them around for many

years. She also has been working hard on the summer schedule and

has a bunch of stuff packed in there. May at Mayo's is on Sat. May 20;

June 18 Father's Day picnic will be at the wonderful home of Dan and

Linda Ruehs (since Casey's are having yard work done this spring,

Dave feels his Irish Luck will keep the project going well into the

summer); Mid-July will have a Murder Mystery at the SaltGrass in

Grand Prairie (min. 30 people so will have a PayPal pre-pay); and July

26 will be a Yankees/Ranger baseball game with bulk tickets at half

price (no, these won't be the bleacher seats in the far reaches of the

outfield, but she couldn't remember if they were off 1st or 3rd base, is

there a difference?); AND she is working with Teri Davis for an

ending site of the August Hare & Hound Rally Post Parade Party.

By this time we had but a big dent on the chocolate P-cars and it

was Wendy's turn to talk. The TMS autocross had 90 entrants and she

turned the proceeds over to Treasurer Jeff. She reported that after

expenses she showed a $1,700 profit for the day and thought that fit

nicely with James' request for a new laptop (hmmm family coercion

here??). She explained that when the laptop problems encountered at

TMS stumped herself, James AND Darron it was something huge

and it needed to be addressed. The April time trial will be sponsored

by Park Place so she suggested we all wear our PP shirts that were so

nicely provided by Andrew and Randall at TMS. Wendy continued

that she's working on the bugs encountered with the PayPal system

and should have them worked out by the next event.

Wendy and the Slipstream crew have continued to work on the

distribution delays and have heard from the Dallas PO that they think

their problems have been worked out. We'll continue to use the Dallas

distribution for a couple more months to see. This month will be a

color cover on both the issue and the membership directory. (If you

didn't already notice, take a look. It's spectacular.)

Joel Nannis is still not able to access the National Membership

Directory but hears they are working on it. His records reflect 1905

members, including family and affiliates.

Bryan Bell is working on the April 22 Time Trial and is planning

on online results posting. He's in Good Shape. He's questioning why

we have so many non-Porsche entrants compared to the Porsche

entrants and is considering lowering the Porsche driver's entry

and raising the non-P entry fees.

Treasurer Jeff submitted a 2006 to date financial statement for

April Slipstream and will submit quarterly.

Mike Brodigan has nearly completed the 2006 advertiser job and

is looking for a successor. I believe Lisa Steele has volunteered.

Safety man Joe McGlohen says we have safe events however with

the extended track at MSR we will require significantly more corner

workers. He asks that existing workers bring their wives and friends

to fill in. Tracey asked if he would purchase the beer for the May at

Mayo's event and he will oblige.

Teri Davis' rally had 11 cars which included 2 Mini's. This one

was a little more challenging than the previous two. Her next rally will

be a Tulip Rally and the final one a Hare & Hound.

Charlie Davis says the Truckster still runs and he has all the fire

extinguishers. This wasn't meant as a reflection of the shape of the

Truckster, just that it is where the fire extinguishers are stored for the

Time Trials and Autocrosses.

Brian Petri was happy with the "Blazing Success" of the first

Autocross at TMS. He has had a few complaints on the new rules and

the main issue is being fixed. He's ready for the Mineral Wells

Autocross #2 on April 23 with preregistration and pay online.

Lanean Hughes has a Thank You letter from Lisa Huffaker from

the Hope Shelter thanking the volunteers that helped put up the

insulation on the new home. Sheet rock will be going up and Lanean

will be putting out another plea for painters. She also needs a long bed

pickup truck to transport kitchen countertops from North Dallas to

the Shelter. She is also looking for volunteers to work at the Houston

Grand Prix, Thurs.-Sun. on Mother's Day weekend. Closer to home,

she is needing volunteers for the Club Race at MSR.

Michael Wingfield said the April DE has not sold out but

they have made their budget numbers. The May Club Race DE

registration is open.

Marie Wingfield has been thinking about the National Awards

mentioned last month and suggests we nominate Kevin Hardison for

Enthusiast of the Year. She will work on the write up with anyone who

would care to help. She also asked why we don't hear anything about

working at TMS for the NASCAR races any more. Lanean responded

that TMS has been using schools and scout volunteers.

We're back around the clock to Rocky. He's been talking with

Clint Blackman about the Sunday afternoon leisure lunch drives and

Andy Miller is ready to turn over the tour chair job to someone new.

Old Mavericks Don and Taxi Breithaupt have asked the region to help

financially support the fall Boxtoberfest. VP Mark Gluck's dad is in

the final stages of cancer. Please send some supportive thoughts

Mark's way.

The vote on the Bylaws changes will take place at the April DE

since enough Mavericks will be there to make a quorum. Secretary

Jan will have ballots available and will tally after the event reporting

the results to Rocky.

It was brought up that the scheduled Autocross in August will be

HOT... (duh) and conflicts with Parade. So the calendar was brought

out and it was moved a couple weeks earlier into July. Brian Petri will

check with Bob Manskey to make sure the track is available.

Everybody was through talking so the mini-grouplets broke

apart for more talking.






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From The Driver’s Seat

by Wendy Shoffit, Slipstream Managing Editor

Short and sweet. That’s what this month’s

article is all about. It’s jam packed with so

many other things that I doubt you’ll want to

read what I have to say. *grin*

After reading the articles about the Photo

Rally in Salina and about the Hill Country Tour,

I am really sad I missed them. There are many

times when I wish I had a time machine or a cloning device

where I could do it all. But, as we all know, life is all about

choices. We are fortunate in this region to have so many

wonderful choices, too. What about this month? Will we go to

the May at Mayo’s dinner social and enjoy Babe’s amazing fried

chicken? (Wouldn’t miss it!) Will we drive in the double time

trial weekend in Mineral Wells (sponsored by Park Place

Porsche!)? (Absolutely!) Will we finally go on a tour to Palo

Pinto? (Mark it down!) What about the Lunches and the Happy

Hour? (Whenever possible!) Lastly, what about the Club Race

on Memorial Day Weekend (sponsored by Boardwalk

Porsche)? (We’ll for sure be there!) I can see my calendar filling

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Photo Rally

Photo by Charlie Davis

by Dave Frick

It appears that one of the best kept secrets in the Maverick club

are the rallies that Teri and Charlie run. These are designed as

fun days in the car. What can be compared to driving around

aimlessly looking for obscure items Charlie has photographed?

Jean and I have participated in a few of these rallies and

usually do pretty well. This past event Jean had a conflict and I

recruited my Grandson to be my navigator. Considering the

result, I guess it is

pretty clear where the

strength of our

“team” is, certainly

not with the driver.

This latest rally

was one of the most

organized and well

planned events I have

Werner and Jackie Foltz reading a

historical marker in the cemetary

been to. Called a

Photo Rally, the

object was to find the

items pictured and

answer a question to

verify that you

actually found it. We

were provided with a

nice map of the area,

about 10 square miles

in the Trophy Club

area, with roads that

might contain the

selected items highlighted. This avoided the problem of deciding

where to go. Of course all of the roads marked did not have an

item, but all of the items were on marked roads.

A total of 23 photos of landmarks were provided, with a max

score of 33 possible. Some of the more obscure items had bonus

points available. Three tie-breaker questions were also included.

Eleven teams left the starting point in Solana-Westlake at

about 3 pm on Saturday afternoon. With the cars all leaving in

different directions, it must have been like seeing a Keystone

Cops event. Nine of the teams were PCA members, and two were

from the Mini Club. A two-hour time limit was set, otherwise

some of us would still be looking for the elusive white buffalo.

The top score was 29 points and all tie breakers correct. A great

job by the Foltz team. Close behind, with 27 points, were Ed and

Tracy Gross. Third place was captured by one of the Mini Club

entrants. Here is the complete score listing:

Driver & Navigator Club # Correct

Werner and Jackie Foltz PCA 29

Ed and Tracy Gross PCA 27

Aaron Granger and Colleen McGushin Mini Club 19

Betty and Clay Perrine PCA 17

Robert and Debbie Thompson PCA 16

Jason Quillin and Lynn Wilson Mini Club 15

Sharon and Ed Fickes PCA 15

Joe and Peggy Lawrence PCA 13

Dave Frick and Owen Smith PCA 11

Dean and Melanie Harden PCA 10

Kevin Fortier and Hollye Knox PCA 8

The next rally is scheduled for Sunday, July 9. It will be a

‘tulip’ gimmick rally. The route will be in Parker County, and any

of you who worked or ran the Parade rally know how much fun

those roads are. If you have any questions about the rally (hint:

we will not be looking for flowers), give Teri a call.


Photo by Charlie Davis


Tracey and Ed Gross at dinner with their trophies.




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Hill Country Porsche Tour

Photo by Andy Miller

by Joe Rybarski

Clyde Barrow, Bonnie Parker and the rest of their gang paid a

visit to Hillsboro, TX on April 30, 1932. They robbed a gas

station and, in the process, “accidentally” shot and killed the

owner. Some 74 years later, the Maverick Region Porsche Club

descended upon that same town as the muster point for the 3-day Hill

Country tour. Our cars were better and our intentions peaceful, but

some felt it was we who were being robbed by the gas station.

13 cars and nearly twice that many people headed out under

glorious weather. Farm-to-market and ranch roads constitute the

majority of paved thoroughfares linking the lightly populated

towns throughout the Hill Country. Due to limited local traffic, the

roads are in great shape and are very popular with leisure drivers. Of

particular note for our driving pleasure on this first morning were

FM 580 (S) and 581 (W). We came across more than one group of

misguided souls driving Z-3’s, and of course motorcycles were

everywhere, but they all seemed to be going in the opposite

direction of us so it was cool. After 3-1/2 hours of driving we were

ready for lunch.

Cooper’s BBQ in Llano was recently named by Texas Monthly

as one of the top three BBQ restaurants in the state. The drill here

is that you line up by the pit, point out what you want and they sell

it to you by the pound. Unusual for this type of operation is that

they actually manage to bar code everything you buy and scan it at

the checkout. That surely speeds things up, but it’s just a little

unexpected at a place where they cook your food in a steel pit

sunken in the dirt.

After lunch we tackled the Willow City Loop (WCL). This area

is known for an uncommon density and variety of wildflowers and

attracts tourists from all over. However, due to the lack of rainfall

recently, there was a dearth of wildflowers, so we basically just drove

the loop and enjoyed the roads. At the end of the loop, or at the

beginning depending on how you look at it, is an establishment

called the Knot in the Loop Saloon. This place had been a barn up

until three years ago, and you can figure that out rather quickly

upon entering. However, the proprietors are friendly, they have

restrooms, and the locals stare at you with the look that says “you

ain’t from around these parts, are ya?” A round of soft drinks for all

and we were on our way.

Fredericksburg was the next significant town on our agenda.

With its numerous galleries, wineries and shops full of stuff you

Relaxing before dinner at Haven River Inn

Photo by Andy Miller

don’t need, a majority of the group elected to stay and take it in.

Stalwarts pressed onward to the Haven River Inn, our overnight

base in Comfort.

Saturday morning came quickly and we lit out with the

expectation of more great driving. Notable on the first leg of the trip

was a rapid and dramatic transformation from nearly barren scrub

land to lush green foliage. It doesn’t take much water to get native

Texas plants to green up and this area seemed to define who got rain

and who didn’t. First stop of the day: the Frio Canyon Motorcycle

Stop in Leakey. It is located at the intersection of FM 337 and Hwy

83 which forms the locus of any Hill Country drive.

Knot in the Loop Saloon (Flora Lin, Carol Rybarski,

Renee Wainwright, & Judith Moore in background)

As you first enter the Motorcycle Stop you can’t help but

conclude that Houston is not the only city in Texas without zoning

laws. However, the place didn’t collapse while we were there, and the

hundred or so motorcyclists who were also in attendance seemed to

enjoy our vehicles as much as we did theirs. With restroom and

T-shirt needs addressed we were on our way. The rest of the

morning’s tour took us past Stonehenge II and a replica of Easter

Island. These recreations, located near Hunt, were built in 1990 and

are roughly 2/3 size of the originals. Because they sort of appear to

you after rounding a curve, there is a certain surprise element to this

art which adds to its entertainment value. An additional surprise

element came shortly thereafter when a small boulder jumped out

in front of one our vehicles in an apparent suicide attempt. We are

happy to report that both rock and vehicle are fine. The pilot of said

vehicle is still recuperating.

We concluded the morning drive back in Leaky, this time

stopping at Vinny’s Italian Restaurant for lunch. The food was very

good and the atmosphere cordial. The 78-year old proprietor looks

to be about 20 years younger, and he mentioned to us that his

mother is 108. This propensity for long lives is probably due to good

genes, but knocking back some of their lasagna might be a

good alternative to that “apple a day” thing.

Our afternoon agenda took us on some notably curvy roads

and required a good bit of attention paying. It is in areas like this

that the Porsche really shines and drivers get to forget about the

payments and think about the pedals. Smiles abounding, we made

our way to the Lone Star Motorcycle Museum near Vanderpool.

The real gear heads among us enjoyed checking out the rare

examples of bikes from around the world and through the century.


Photo by Andy Miller

Spectacular Hill Country Road

Non gear heads sought satisfaction from pecan pie at the Ace café

located within the museum. From there we headed back to the

Haven River Inn where dinner was also served as a special

concession to the group. The entrée was a honey pecan chicken.

Upon requesting the recipe, we found the sauce was essentially half

butter and half honey. You could probably put that on a shingle

and have people asking for seconds, but this chicken dish was

exceptional and a real treat.

Sunday morning’s drive started to angle us back to the DFW

area on roads that continued to amaze. We drove past the

Falkenstein Castle which is near Burnet. It has been filmed as part of

the “Bridezilla” series on the We network, and the plans for it were

actually taken from those drawn for a castle designed but not built

for King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Not unlike the experience of seeing

Stonehenge II coming around the curve, this castle can cause you to

Photo by Andy Miller

forget you’re supposed to be looking at the road. Soon thereafter we

attacked a portion of State Road 4 which is uncommonly beautiful,

but also contains several roller coaster-like sections that are quite

exhilarating when driven properly. At the conclusion of SR 4 we

settled down and took lunch at Napoli’s in Lampasas.

This lunch was more leisurely than usual and we had a chance to

make inquires of the lady on our tour who had apparently managed to

discreetly change her clothing several times while riding in an open

top convertible. Of course, this writer pledged to guard her identity

with the zeal of a White House reporter. So Cathy, you can rest easy

knowing your secret is safe with me.

The day concluded with a final stop in Gatesville where we

refueled, said our goodbyes and the headed home to scrape about 9

pounds of bugs off the car and anticipate the next tour!

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finding that necessary part or after-market option you require. We are an authorized dealer

for high-performance Recaro seating, Yokohama Tires, Bilstein Shocks, Bosch, and many

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Back to the Future IV

Photo by Gray Cat Graphics

by Marty (not McFly) car number 944

When we last left this story just before the turn of the century

(1999) I was in a first place tie with the other 944 driver who

will remain nameless but for the sake of the tale we will call

him “Mike Lockas.” After the nail biting finish to the season I broke the

timing belt on my 944S bending 14 of the 16 valves and 2 weeks after I

completed that repair the clutch felt it was it's turn to be replaced. I sold

the car, packed my stuff, and moved to Las Vegas.

One afternoon I was driving down the road and went to pass a

truck, as I pulled around I noticed an oncoming car, already committed

I stepped on the gas. The speedo was just about to 90MPH and

BLAM!!!! Two flamed lines behind the car.

As the smoke settles I look at my watch. The year is 2005, the

location, Dallas, Texas. It seems a worm hole in the space-time

continuum has brought me to the future out of fuel. As with all time

travelers it is customary to check on your friends. Not wanting to

affect the time line I found another 944S and returned to the

Maverick Club just in time for the last Autocross of 2005. While it has

only been a few days for me, my friends have been driving for 5 years

and have improved to the point that some are instructors. The winter

closed in and I found the time machine still out of fuel. Due to

security problems it seems getting plutonium is even harder than it

was in 1999. So it looks like I'll be staying for a while.

Marty Lumpkin finds the course and his way back to autocrossing

after a “break” of several years. Welcome back Marty!

With more time on my hands I felt it was time to improve my

driving skills. I signed up for my first DE at MotorSport Ranch. The

first day was very wet and rained most of the day. The track was so

slick I spun the car twice going so slow I almost got out of the car and

stopped the spin by hand. My instructor was very happy to see me,

though, as my car has heat (seems most race cars delete this option -

go figure). Sunday was nice and sunny they opened the new section

of track. WOW! Great day! Overall I had put 84 miles of track time

on the car in just two days!! If you have a chance to attend, I highly

recommend it. I would also like to note I changed the timing belt

before the season, lesson learned, sorry back to the story.

Next up the Maverick autocross school. Two more days of fun!

My instructor, who will also remain nameless (Mark Steele) was great,

as the shirt said, “It's not how fast you go, it's how you go fast.” If you

are new to the sport or been at it a while this is a must do! In my case

the extra time in the seat helps the mind speed up, keeps you looking

to the next corner you may find yourself applying that to more than

autocrossing. As I stated earlier I was checking on old friends. Jan

Photo by Gray Cat Graphics

Photo by Gray Cat Graphics

Mayo caught me looking at her "S" (this is an inside joke please feel

free to ask Jan about her "S" at anytime - it's white by the way) Boxster

S that is. Wendy and James doing great, daughter getting older, but if

I did not know better I would think all of you had time machines as

well. Maybe we all have fuel issues. The nameless Mr. Lockas has

made my time travel worth while and to all the new and old members

I look forward to the TIME we will be sharing in 2006.

Autocross Chair Brian Petri prepares the large crowd for their busy day.

Autocross # 1 is in the past now. It was great. I should have

brought a kite it was so windy. I worried the Mini's were going to blow

away. I learned a very valuable lesson during the event I feel I should

share. It seems a cornerworker with a full bladder will cause numerous

red flags, pylons to be killed (and drug all the way to the finish

line), the timing computer system to fail, and last (but not least) the

timing lights to blow over. Sorry for all the delays. I promise to stop at

the restroom first next time, my bad! Now you know why all these

things happened at one time. Moving right along... If you have been

keeping track of this tale I have an answer to a question I bet you did

not ask (How much does a DE and autocross school help your driving?)

Last October I was 10 seconds behind Nameless and am now

down to less than 4 seconds behind, a 6.5 second improvement. Don't

make me bring out the time machine for the other few seconds!!

A last thought...If you used to do this, you don't have to travel

though time to come back, I bet you miss the TIME we share as much

as I did.

Rick Gonzales captures the Porsche TTOD during this impressive run.


Photo by Gray Cat Graphics

Photo by Gray Cat Graphics

Photo by Gray Cat Graphics

Thank you to

Steven Christensen enjoying his new car at TMS . . .

and his daughter Shelly Burbank also dialing in her new ride as well.

Vijeev Me on’s new Cayman drew many admiring and outright covetous stares.

Gonzales, Rick 55.960

Shoffit, James 56.828

Sears, Cody 56.948

Bell, Bryan 57.306

Machala, Chuck 57.457

Top 10 Porsche Times

Hardison, Kevin 57.568

Atkins, Jeff 57.693

Johnson, Rocky 57.805

Shoffit, Wendy 57.928

Olcha, Keith 57.997

for sponsoring our event!

Autocross # 1 - Sunday 3/26/2006 - Texas Motor Speedway

Class Number Name Car Time Place Points

2 76 Miller, Bill Brown 911T 61.225 1 9

2 95 Howard, Travis Yellow 914 64.746 2 7

2 914 Perrine, Betty Orange 914 65.371 3 5

2 65 Howard, Robyn Red 944 69.460 4 4

3 549 Petri. Brian White 914 60.367 1 9

3 137 Davis, Kevan Green 914 60.763 2 7

3 37 Davis, Charlie Green 914 61.493 3 5

4 66 Sears, Cody Red 914 56.948 1 9

4 111 Hardison, Kevin Blue 914 57.568 2 7

4 31 Lockas, Mike White 944 58.629 3 5

4 44 McCoy, Chuck White 944 60.431 4 4

4 944 Lumpkin, Martin Silver 944S 63.012 5 3

4 726 Ray, Micky Red 911 Carrera 63.283 6 2

4 126 Bailey, Ron Silver Carrera 64.042 7 1

4 5 Leto, Gary Red 914 (G) 68.564 8 1

5 64 Shoffit, James Black 911 SC 56.828 1 9

5 83 Atkins, Jeff Red 911 57.693 2 7

5 11 Shoffit, Wendy Black 911 SC 57.928 3 5

5 35 Burbank, Shelly Blue 911SC 59.779 4 4

5 57 Nannis, Joel Yellow 911S 61.235 5 3

5 691 Payne, Denny Blue 964 62.872 6 2

5 24 Perrine, Clay Orange 914 63.357 7 1

5 332 Leto, John Red 914 64.495 8 1

5 7 Nannis, Ray Yellow 911S 67.718 9 1

6 1 Machala, Chuck Silver Boxster 57.457 1 9

6 619 Johnson, Rocky White 968 57.805 2 7

6 911 Kuykendall, Bob Black 911 58.522 3 5

6 205 Steele, Mark Red Boxster S 59.064 4 4

6 45 Reif, Cyril White 911 C2 59.974 5 3

6 12 Stahler, J P Grey Boxster S 60.793 6 2

6 234 Gross, Ed Carm. Red Boxster 60.926 7 1

6 206 Steele, Lisa Red Boxster S 61.102 8 1

6 720 Kavanaugh, Susanna Black Boxster S 62.241 9 1

6 817 Blackman, Clint Silver Boxster 62.688 10 1

6 4 Mayo, Jan White Boxster S 62.903 11 1

6 34 Corbell, Bryan Charcoal 930 66.066 12 1

6 151 Christensen, Steven Silver 944T 72.902 13 1

7 27 Olcha, Keith Grey Boxster S 57.997 1 9

7 242 Shaffer, Darron W-Grn Boxster S 63.032 2 7

7 63 Vint, Gregory Silver 996 C4S 63.262 3 5

7 59 Me on, Vijeev S Grey Cayman S 69.271 4 4

8 21 Gonzales, Rick Yellow 914-6 55.960 1 9

9 49 Bell, Bryan Silver 996 57.306 1 9

L 284 Gross, Tracey Carm Red Boxster 62.745 1 9

L 169 Dominick, Christy Blue 964 65.686 2 7

L 20 Bell, Andrea Red Boxster 65.787 3 5

L 51 Tooley, Michelle Silver 944T 66.884 4 4

Top Time Of Day Men : Gonzales, Rick, Class 8, Time 55.960

Top Time Of Day Ladies : Shoffit, WendyClass 5 Time 57.928

Photos by Gray Cat Graphics

Darron Schnieder and Gabby Garner

hard at work in timing.

Andrea Bell writing down

Mike Lockas times.

A very fast course for the “tricky” TMS Bus Lot surface.



Insulating the Future

by Bill Middleton

On Saturday, March 27th a band of intrepid insulators met at

the Hope Shelter to put in some good ole sweat and elbow

grease into completing the basic shell of the new shelter –

namely installing the exterior wall insulation prior to drywall going

up Porschephiles present included Mark Gluck and his son Erich,

“Mr. Membership” Joel Nannis, Bob & Clara Lewis, Bill Middleton,

and Lisa Huffaker.

Once some basic “division of labor” was accomplished, the work

began in earnest and staple guns began going off all through the

place. Thanks to Lisa’s previous experience with this task, the wall

insulation had been bought pre-cut into proper lengths to fit the wall

spaces, so very little time was lost trimming and fitting to height at

each stud bay. With work literally proceeding from all corners of the

building, in no time the exterior walls were completed and installing

of sound insulation of the interior walls took place.

During the process, a quick inspection of systems already in

place was done. Electrical roughs are 100% complete, plumbing

roughs are similarly 100% complete, and heating/air conditioning

roughs are nearing completion. All exterior finishes and trims are

in, and the property is 100% weathertight and lockable.

With a lunch break provided by Lisa (many thanks for the

Braum’s burgers and treats!) on site, the entire process took from

about 9:30 AM until just after 2 PM.

With this step complete, installation of the interior drywall

can take place, followed by interior decoration – installing

Photo by Mark Gluck

Clara Lewis “supervising” husband, Bob.

cabinetry, closet, and interior doors; floor, wall, and ceiling

finishes; trimming out the electrical, plumbing, and air conditioning,

appliance installations, and other trims and finishes.

There will be more to do – and more help needed for the push

to the finish line! We will need people with interior decoration

experience – painting, hanging blinds & drapes, floor finishes,

installing light fixtures, hanging ceiling fans, putting on light

switch covers, wall plates, trims, etc. – stay tuned for more details!

Photo by Mark Gluck

Erich, Bob, Lisa, and Bill

Photo by Mark Gluck

Joel Nannis getting down and dirty.







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April Maverick DE Report

Photo by Hart Photogrphy

By Ed Hughes

With great anticipation, the long-awaited (for me)

chance to dust the cobwebs off of my stale track

driving skills arrived April 8th and 9th at Motorsports

Ranch. I’d signed up for the Feb DE, but was only able to attend

the wet Saturday session, due to a mechanical issue. As a result,

I had not run on the new track. So, the fact that the weather

forecast was a good one, and the car was 100%, things were

looking up. The weather actually started out a little cool and

certainly windy, but by Saturday afternoon, it was pretty nice.

Sunday’s weather was flat out spectacular. Why can’t all

weekends in North Texas be so nice?

I was Blue solo the last DE I’d attended on Memorial Day

weekend of ’05 @ MSR, but all Blue group drivers needed to

re-qualify for solo on the new track layout. This was a good

thing. The new track with it’s variety of elevations, apexes

and blind spots comes at you fast the first session! I think

the general consensus from drivers of all skill levels, is that the

new addition is a little tricky.

My instructor turned out to be Rick Randall, which I was

happy about, as we both have the same year 911s, and he has

a very good understanding of how these cars behave. So off

we went, and I must commend Rick, as I do all of my past

instructors, on his patience with me!

The first session was spent just trying to remember the

layout of the new section. Thank goodness that on each lap I

had 1.7 miles of the old track, which I was familiar with, to

catch my breath and prepare to go through the new terrain. As

it turns out, this reprieve each lap served me pretty well

throughout the weekend as I learned the new portion of track.

I started to get a feel for it all, and while running the old

portion, I could think over my many mistakes, and how I

could improve the next lap. I ran the first session that

afternoon solo, and Rick joined me again for the last one to

see how I was doing, and keep me going in the right direction.

By the end of Saturday, it was starting to come together for me

and I slept well that night.

On Sunday morning, Rick turned me loose by myself

for the first blue session to see how I felt. If I felt up to it, I

had the opportunity for a yellow group check ride the session


Russell Bockstedt leading the way.

Photo by Hart Photogrphy

Photo by Hart Photogrphy

Registrar Michael Wingfield putting his car through the paces.

immediately after. It felt really good, so I went for my

yellow checkout, and made it. Two back-back sessions was

really awesome. I had to be grinning from ear-ear after the

yellow run.

The rest of Sunday was spent working on improvement of

my skills. I was also able to participate in the yellow classroom

session, where we all discussed the new sections we were learning.

I find this dialog to be extremely helpful and insightful.

The hardest turn for me is the triple apex. It just never felt

like I hit it right. I had some runs better than others, but I

know I’m leaving a lot of time on the table through there. This

will give me plenty to work on in May when we head back out

there. Change that; this will give me one more thing to work

on in May!

MSR in its 3.1 mile layout is a fun and challenging track.

I’d be really interested to see how the 1.3 mile course runs by

itself. I think you’d be a little spent after running a session on

that one, as you’d be constantly braking, turning and shifting.

I also wonder how the old 1.7 mile version would feel now?

It’s neat how a great weekend such as this will get you off

to a good start for your work week. With such great sponsors,

corner workers, instructors, event organizers, people and

facilities, we are indeed blessed here in the Maverick region. As

they said on a beer commercial once, “it doesn’t get any better

than this”!

Steve Kent in a now rare DE appearance.

Thank you to

for sponsoring our event!

Photo by Hart Photogrphy

Photo by Hart Photogrphy

Photo by Konrad Kelley

Not many people get to look at the track from this angle.

The green group drivers got lots of practice apexing on the new curbing.

Photo by Hart Photogrphy

Photo by Hart Photogrphy

Photo by Hart Photogrphy

Sherie Machala showing that ladies can go fast, too.

Ed Gross doing his best to learn the new section of the track.

Mary Hiatt also coming out to represent the women.(Notice she’s in the lead?)

Edward Romero seeing some different views from the course.

Thanks to Hart Photography for providing

most of the photos from this event!

If you are interested in purchasing these images, visit

their website at

Photo by Hart Photogrphy

Toby Pennycuff in the lead in his 1979 911 Turbo.


Happy Hour at Mondo’s

by Dennis Chamberlain

It was back to Mondo’s for our March 16 happy hour. We had

thirty-two in attendance for the happy hour, and a few of us

decided that, after making a meal of the free hors d’oeuvres,

there was no real need to stay for dinner!

Loren Rappoport and Lori Mauthe were attending their first

happy hours, and Lori told us a great story about how she

decided on her new 2005 Boxster S, and why she went all the way

to Florida to get it. Alex Tayem brought two visitors – his son Joe

and friend Sam Shanks.

For the May 18th happy hour we are heading back to Hunan

Dynasty in Irving, and then back to Go Fish in Addison for the

June 15th happy hour. Hope to see you there!

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Lori Mauthe having a good time, as well.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Alex and Joe Tayem

AX School Photos!

Dale Frum

James Shoffit

Michael Fricke

2006 Time Trial 103 School

Mineral Wells, Texas

8x10 framed Photos from the Autocross Schools!

Individual Magnetic 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!

Hats • Shirts • Banners • Posters

Calendars • Track Photography

Car Numbers • Digital Photo Editing

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Irving, Texas • (972) 849-8512




New Wheels

by Joel Nannis

Al Davis & Karen Hess

7527 Colgate Ave.

Dallas, TX 75225

2006 997

Joseph & Brandy Ghesquiere

5016 Skymeadow Dr.

Fort Worth, TX 76135

2000 996

Karl Hogsett

4253 Hunt Dr. #1801

Carrollton, TX 75010

1986 944

Byan Korngut

12217 Park Bend Dr.

Dallas, TX 75230

2002 996

Roger & Sandra Lehman

3017 Loch Meadow Ct.

Southlake, TX 76092

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

James & Lisa Lesniak

4526 Laren Lane

Dallas, TX 75244

1991 911

Edward Romero

300 Bourland Dr. #621

Keller, TX 76248

1980 930

John Sturmark & Willa Leach

2901 L. Don Dodson Dr. #1334

Bedford, TX 76021

1998 993

Welcome, New Members!

You have just joined one of the best and most active PCA

Regions in the country! Some clubs focus solely on social

events, while others focus on just show and shine concours

events. Maverick Region is a club that focuses on providing

our members with the tools necessary to have the ultimate in

driving experiences.

You will notice that our region has many Time Trials,

Autocrosses, and Drivers’ Education (DE) events (in addition

to a yearly Club Race). This has been the spirit of the region

for quite some time. We have some of the finest instructors in

the country. Make sure you take full advantage of the driving

experiences we have to offer.

Racing is not ALL we focus on, though. If racing doesn’t

suit you, we have monthly happy hours, three monthly lunch

gatherings, regular dinner socials, frequent driving tours on

some fabulous roads in and around Texas, driving rallies (fun

for the whole family), and regular opportunities to support

our perpetual charity, the Hope Shelter.

If we don’t have what you’re looking for, just ask us... we

might just add something extra to the calendar.

Please also feel free to share article ideas (and submissions)

to We’d love to hear from you!


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1976 Porsche Carrera 930 Turbo, gorgeous! Finished in silver

with red & black interior. Only 62K miles! Original owner took

extreme care of this 930 & it shows! Jim Lennington (mechanic)

maintained this beauty for over 30 years. Paint has been restored;

original interior has been reconditioned along w/carpets, dash &

headliner. Interior of car looks fantastic! Rebuilt original 3.0 liter

engine, alternator, 5 speed conversion transmission, big front

brakes, clutch & cable, pedal assembly, upgraded air conditioning,

16 in Fuchs wheels, Toyo tires, power mirrors, power seats,

electric door locks, power sunroof w/new seals & new motor,

power windows, new Nakamichi stereo w/new speakers, rear

window defroster, rear window wiper & more! $33,995. Philip

Green 214-368-3466 O, 214-368-6559 H, 214-415-2466 C (1)

1979 930 Turbo Repainted original metalic gray paint color

2002 ($5,700.00) - extensive mechanical repairs as needed

(approx. $12,000.00 since 2002). Original condition. 39,600

miles. $31,000.00. Contact Don Scoggins 214-742-1694 (2)

1986 944 Turbo Black/Black, $8000, 140,000 miles. Evo2 drivers

seat & harness, includes orig power drivers seat. New paint,

refinished Fuchs, and 4 phone dials for track w/Toyo R1 tires.

Many new parts: clutch, belts, seals, sensors, Ground Control

Suspension, adj Konis, upgraded torsion bars. Contact Mat

Twiehaus @ 918-294-0942 or (2)

Michelin Pilot Sport 235 40ZR18 (x2) and 265 40ZR18 (x2).

These original equipment tires came of a set of factory "take-off "

Carrerra light weight 5 Spoke wheels and are essentially unused.

One of the 265s had a nail in the tread which was removed and

repaired at Park Place Porsche. I will accept any reasonable offer

as I cannot use these tires on my lowered 993. Brent Spinks,

903.581.5678 or (3)

1995 993 engine for sale. Complete from intake through exhaust,

including the wiring harness and "brain" Less than 30k miles.

$9,950. Also have the flywheel to adapt to 915 gearbox for $400.

993 G50 six speed, $3300. Will deliver Dallas area. Carl Amond.

817-481-8371 or email (3)

1996 993 Coupe. Less than 30k one owner miles. Full power seats,

6pack CD stereo, RS suspension (adjustable coil overs), turbo tie

rods, shock tower strut, 4.0 final drive in limited slip transmission

with all steel synchros. Original suspension and gears available at

the same price. AC out but complete and can be reinstalled.

$39,500 obo. Carl Amond 817-481-8371 (3)

1980SC Euro. model Coupe 91A0130838, Petrol Blue 100,400 mi.

Engine renewed 4500 mi. ago all new to orginal spec.

Professionally done, complete new exhaust system & more. CD

Radio. Looks and drives great. Health necessitates sale. asking

$12,200. Larry in Longview, TX. 75604

903-295-3136. Can email pics. (3)

901 tail shifter for 914. $150. Carl Amond 817-481-8371 or email (3)

1988 911, 75K mi, lthr, p/seats, p/windows, am/fm, stereo, ps,

ac, 911 Carrera Cabriolet Silver Anniversary, $19,900,

972-841-7677 (3)

Set of 6 connecting rods for 2.7 911. $125. Carl Amond

817-481-8371 email (3)

2.7 911 engine. Ate a valve, but case, crank, cams, etc should be

OK. May need one piston, rod, head??? $600. Can deliver Dallas

area. Carl Amond 817-481-8371 or email (3)

1986 Porsche 944. Only 69,500 miles. Pretty cream color, 5 speed

manual. Sweet project for restoration hobbyist. $3000 OBO.

214-328-6039 or (3)

28' 2000 Conquest Motorhome by Gulf Stream Class C, 28K miles,

Basement Model, Queen Bed, Entertainment center Ford

E450 -V10 Call Jim (505) 690-8393 (3)

Carbon Fiber Sparco Atlas VTR Seat. Black upholstery. No tears.

Not suited for drivers over about 180 lbs. $300. Carl Amond

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Two brand new Goodyear Eagle GSD 225x55R16. $30 each. Carl

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