Slipstream - October 2006

maverickpca

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

http://mav.pca.org

Upcoming Events

• Wine Holiday Tasting

Party

• Swap New Member Meet

Party

• Wine Charity Tasting Autocross

at Tony’s

Past Events

• Tour • Parade to Arkansas

2006

• DE • at Hare MotorSport ‘n Hound Ranch

Rally

• Time • Charity Trial #6 Autocross & Autocross at TMS

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December October 2006 2005 - - Published by by the Maverick Region

Porsche Club of America


http://mav.pca.org

Departments

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

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

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

Maverick Minutes ........................................................13

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

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

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

Unclassifieds..................................................................28

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

Upcoming Events

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

Last Chance DE for 2006 ..............................................2

Wine Tasting....................................................................3

Charity Autocross at TMS ............................................3

Maverick Lunches ..........................................................5

Happy Hour at Speed Zone ..........................................5

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

Fall Swap Meet..............................................................10

Founders’ Day ..............................................................13

MADD Road Rally ......................................................17

Past Event Recaps

Time Trial #6 & Autocross #6 ....................................14

SPLAT! ..........................................................................16

Parade 2006 ..................................................................23

Post Parade Party..........................................................23

Happy Hour at Mac’s Steakhouse..............................24

Miscellaneous

Trivia Contest................................................................12

2007 Officers Ballot......................................................12

Post Office Notice ........................................................27

Day October

3 Board Meeting

7-8 Porschedillo (HCR)

8 Charity Autocross at TMS

13-15 Tour to Arkansas

14 MADD Road Rally

17 Bedford & Plano Lunches

19 Happy Hour

21 Swap Meet at Zims

21 Wine Tasting

28-29 Drivers’ Education at MSR

31 Addison Lunch

Day December

5 Board Meeting

9 Holiday Party

19 Bedford & Plano Lunches

21 Happy Hour

26 Addison Lunch

Volume 44 October 2006, Issue 10

Go Online For Latest Updates on Events

http://mav.pca.org

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 November

4 Founders’ Day

7 Board Meeting

18 Club Race (Mardi Gras Region)

at No Problem Raceway

21 Bedford & Plano Lunches

28 Addison Lunch

MOVED!

Day January

? New Members’Party

31-2/6? Breckenridge Ski Trip

Day February

? Autocross Schools

? Drivers’ Education at MSR

Photography

Charlie Davis, Wendy Shoffit,

Dennis Chamberlain, Kevin Hardison.

Cover Photo by Charlie Davis

Denny Payne getting some instruction at the

Time Trial. He’s just gotta find a way to get faster than

Christy! Maybe he could try estrogen! *wink*

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ARK-LA-TEX

Kenneth A. Chandler

(318) 865-8210

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CIMARRON

Curtis Robinson

Cell (918) 814-9925

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COASTAL BEND

Jak Schaefer

jakschaefer@grandecom.net

HILL COUNTRY

Caren Cooper

(512) 261.3984

carencooper@austin.rr.com

2006 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents

LONE STAR

Burnell Curtis

(281) 337-1937

bpcurtis@verizon.net

LONGHORN

Michael Sorbera

(210) 863-4492

sorbera@texas.net

MARDI GRAS

Scott Foremaster

(504) 734-5726

4master@bellsouth.net

MAVERICK

Rocky Johnson

C: 972-816-1769

president@mavpca.org

OZARK

Rick Daes

(501) 565-5113

rdaes@aristotle.net

WAR BONNET

Ken Johnson

(405) 286-0477

Kjohnson9@cox.net

WHISKEY BAY

Ron J. Gaubert

(337) 280-2550

rongaubert@cox.net

ZONE 5 REP

Bryan Henderson

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Time is winding down. The leaves are falling. It’s the….

LAST CHANCE DE FOR 2006

October 28-29

Join the Maverick Region and Park

Place Porsche October 28-29, 2006

at MotorSport Ranch on the 3.1 mile

layout. This is the last DE we are

hosting in 2006. Our survey of

participants says the October event

is among the most popular. Maybe

it’s the season, or the cooler

weather? Maybe it’s something to do

before Halloween?

Come join the fun. You’re sure to learn a trick or 2 to help your driving skills. And there’ll be

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Use our ONLINE REGISTRATION http://www.clubregistration.net/ It’s quick and easy.

Use PayPal, Credit Card, or pay by check. Registration is currently open. The entry fee is

$215. Go online anytime and create your own driver profile. If you used it for a previous

event, it will be even easier this time around. That means less laboring for the Labor Day

weekend.

2006 Maverick Region DE Schedule

-- February 25-26 sponsor - Ruf Auto Centre

-- April 8-9 sponsor - Autobahn Motorcars

-- May 27-28 sponsor - Boardwalk Porsche

-- September 2-3 sponsor - Boardwalk Porsche

-- October 28-29 DE sponsored by Park Place Porsche

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http://mav.pca.org/mav/Events/DE.asp

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2006 Maverick Region - Board, Officers & Chairs

President

Rocky Johnson

H: 903-356-6531

C: 972-816-1769

president@mavpca.org

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.

Vice-President

Mark Gluck

C: 817-706-9061

vp@mavpca.org

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.

Secretary

Jan Mayo

H: 817-595-4651

C: 817-313-9406

secretary@mavpca.org

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.

Treasurer

Jeff Atkins

W: 972-419-5417

H: 972-939-0893

treasurer@mavpca.org

1904 Diamond Ridge Ct

Carrollton, TX 75010

Jeff has been a Maverick member since 2003.

He is active in Drivers Education events as well

as Autocross and Time Trial. He drives a 1988

911 Targa and is a CPA.

DE Chair

Bill Dawson

H - (972) 291-8817 (


The Inside Track

by Rocky Johnson, the Maverick Region President

Founders’ Day! Great party, ladies in fancy dresses,

pull out the tux for the guys, November 11th,

right? Wrong!! Try this on for size. Great party,

ladies in fancy island dresses, guys in Hawaiian shirts

on November 4th. That's right; change of date and

change of “dress code.” You've got to stay flexible with

this group. The date changed to get just the right

location. The traditional dress code changed because,

hey, why not? It sounds like fun! So, if Founder's Day

hasn't made your social calendar because it was just too formal, we have

solved that problem for you.

One of the traditions that hasn't changed is that we will have the

election for next year’s officers. The election looks to be just as hotly

contested as it has been the last few times. James Shoffit has volunteered

to run for President, Mark Gluck for Vice President, Bob Kuykendall for

Treasurer and Charlie Davis for Secretary. As always, there is the option

for write-in candidates. Having almost two years perspective, I appreciate

the time and effort these folks will volunteer on behalf of the club.

Once again, we will attempt to vote on and pass some amendments

to our bylaws. Some of these changes have been recommended by the

Executive committee and others have been placed on the ballot by club

members. Some are merely dotting I's and crossing T's and others merit

more serious thought.

If you’re not usually there, I hope to see you at Founder's Day. If you

normally attend, I'll look forward to seeing you again.

Well, I'm really proud of myself. I didn't think I could get through

the whole article without even one reference to getting "leid".

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Maverick Minutes

by Jan MayoThe

dessert cookies have started around the table

so Rocky takes the opportunity to start the meeting.

Mark Gluck says our events are insured through

September and that he has October in the works. He

asks that event chairs save the signed insurance waivers

and give them to him for storage.

Bill Dawson reports that even though it was on a holiday weekend

the last DE was a financial break even. He noted that some late white and

yellow group entries made planning hard on the registrar and that they

are considering a late fee for the future. Unfortunately the ad for the

October DE was inadvertently left out of Slipstream (Wendy apologized

profusely) and since the opening day for registration was in the very near

future the DE committee was going to post an internet blitz and put a

banner on the front page of the website. Michael Wingfield continued

Bill’s report with the numbers. There were 84 registered for September

which is half of a full pack. There is a DE driver survey which was sent to

a target audience looking for preferred dates.

Rocky interjected some comments from the Zone meeting held the

week previously. Per a National Survey sent out a couple years ago, the

number one requested event was Driver Education. Some regions do a

“Track Sampler” mini-session with instructor. Bill and Michael thought

this may be something to think about and will talk over with the rest of

the DE committee.

Tracey continued to roast Wendy by pointing out that Michael was

not individually picked on, that her Wine Tasting event ad was also left

out. Her event will accept the first 40 callers and after wine there will be

a dinner catered by Macaroni Grill. Founder's Day has been moved to

November 4 in order to secure the Doubletree on Midway at LBJ. The

evening's plans were discussed but I will leave you to wonder and wait

with anticipated breath for her announcement. Just remember, there will

be no roasted pig.

Advertising collections continue to roll in according to Lisa Steele.

Next on the round table was Joe McGlohen's perennial request for

either flags or radios. This time it was for radios. Seems they wear out and

get dropped and all kinds of “things” just happen to them. There also

seems to be some or one (?) missing after loan/rent to another club. This

was the perfect opportunity for Rocky to interject some more conversation

arising from the Zone meeting. It was noted that if equipment we

loan or rent to other clubs is found faulty and an incident occurs and our

equipment possibly did not perform it's duty we *could* be found

responsible. So it is National's strong suggestion that regions not share

their stuff. Due to the wear, loss and damage due to the additional usage

and the potential liability we will not be sharing our toys in the future.

Back to Joe and his request for money, he was asked if this was in the

DE budget and with only one event remaining this year would this not

be a possible 2007 DE budget issue rather than a board discussion. Joe

will reassess and come back next month with what he needs for the one

remaining event.

Seating location is everything… Jeff says we have money.

Mac's Happy Hour was good according to Dennis Chamberlain.

Oct 21 will be Cantina Laredo and October…. ta-daa will be at Speed

Zone in Dallas.

Wendy was continuing to apologize when it came her turn to speak

out loud. She will work with Dennis on future event ads and will ask

event chairs to confirm. She needs Parade coverage - who was there and

who did what. Pictures??? Charlie?

Rocky asked James if he had anything to say about the Zone

President's meeting and he said, “No, nothing.” He has updated the

timing and scoring on the website though.

Bryan Bell continues to be happy with the Time Trial and Autocross

attendance. Park Place will be the sponsor for Event #6 and Autobahn is

the sponsor for the Charity Autocross.

Charlie was wondering, since Bryan drove the Truckster last, was it

ok. He hopes so. Charlie and Teri heard from Marge Akimoto, long time

member living in Mineral Wells, that Pearl Cowan died. Pearl and Leon

Cowan have been Maverick members since 1969. Charlie also reported

that Holly Bromberg, of Leland West specialty insurance has also

recently died.

Teri took over the conversation with her Rally report. She has given

money for the last two to Jeff and will have results and pictures for Wendy

(who is still muttering “I'm sorry” under her breath). Teri has been in

conversation with Sasha Lantz about a rally and car show for MADD. It

will be Oct 14 at the Fort Worth Stockyards. This event has huge

sponsors and is expecting around 2000 people. You may not know but

Teri's oldest son, Tony, was seriously injured a couple months ago when

his car was struck head on by a drunk driver. So you see, this event

carries extra meaning.

Since James hadn't taken notes during the Zone President's meeting

Rocky reported on some of the information presented. PCA president

Tom Bobbitt attended Bryan Henderson's meeting and gave the zone

regions' president's, editors, and interested members in attendance quite

an entertaining talk. He shared some of the information gathered on the

previously mentioned survey. The Survey Says, the number 1 thing of

interest in PCA is Technical Content, number 2 is Panorama and

number 3 is the regional newsletter. Reasons why people join and/or

remain members is for Driver Education events (both as participant and

“want to” participate). The number one reason people are not active or

do not renew their membership is “No Time”.

Rocky then turned back into Rocky and said that since the

December board meeting historically was hosted by the outgoing

president did everyone want to drive to his house for dinner. When asked

if he meant the one in Colorado, he said, NO, the one in east Louisiana

(Quinlan, TX.) That's even farther out than Joel! Watch Slipstream to see

where the meeting actually will take place.

Conversation reverted back to the Zone meeting topic of speed on

club sanctioned tours. James commented that he cannot/will not go on

the current slate of tours because Jasmine ends up being tossed around

the back seat. Joe McGlohen, as Safety Chairman, requested that no more

tours be advertised until he has the opportunity to speak with the tour

leaders concerning the speeds and relative safety of the events. The

remaining 2006 tours are already advertised (these DID make it in!).

With no resolution to the December board meeting location I will

report that the October meeting will be at the standard time and place.

Meeting adjourned.

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From The Driver’s Seat

by Wendy Shoffit, Slipstream Managing Editor

This issue is one of the most packed ones I can

remember. There were sooooo many events to

mention and information to put in that I

couldn’t put it all in. So, next month you should see

coverage of the September DE and maybe some more

about the Parade in Portland. It’s funny how 32 pages

can get filled so quickly.

As the year winds down, so do many of the events. With the

competitive autocross and time trial season over, the Charity

Autocross only about a week away (on the 8th) and only one more

DE left on the 28th-29th, there are fewer opportunities to drive your

car fast. It looks like even the tour season is coming to an end, with

the final trip to Arkansas on the 13th-15th. Socials, however, seem to

still be going strong. A wine tasting event is coming up on the 21st,

which looks to be a good time.

Founders’ Day...ahhh... one of my favorites. This year’s event

should be too much fun, with a casual island theme. I’ll have to find

somewhere *else* to get all gussied up, I suppose. For those of you

who don’t know what it is, it’s probably our biggest social event of

the year. It is the annual celebration of our region’s founding. This is

when the Autocross, Time Trial, Rally, and other awards are presented.

Last year we even had some Drivers’ Education, Club Racing, and

Tour recognitions. Not to worry, though. We’ve figured out a good

way to not make it last until 2 AM with all the awards and presentations.

It’s mostly just a fun, festive event. You won’t want to miss it.

Also at Founders’ Day, we usually have a silent auction or raffle

set up for our charity. This year in particular is important for the

charity because the Hope Shelter has finally reached the ending stage

of construction for their new facility and have a move in date of

November 15th. The money we raise that night will be sooo needed.

Also about the shelter, we need workers NOW for EVERY

weekend until that date for cleaning, installations, decorating, and

transporting donated furniture. We also need the furniture to be

donated, particularly bedroom stuff. So, if you have it, please contact

me and I’ll point you to the proper person.

Hope to see you soon and hope you are enjoying YOUR view

from the driver’s seat as much as I am of mine!

Letter from Lanean

Thank you all so VERY VERY much for your

wonderful support during this difficult time

for me!!!!! I appreciate the flowers, cards, and

gifts sent to me. You are all a part of my extended

family. I’ll need your help to get me through this

journey. With your prayers and God’s love, I know I

can beat this thing.

Thanks again and keep hoping! All my love, Lanean.

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Trivia Contest

October

It’s Easy To Play:

Enter online at http://mav.pca.org or email

answers to: Trivia@mavpca.org. Thanks to

Bob Kuykendall for putting this together!

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

member. Drawing to tie break. Deadline 10/31/06.

Congratulations to our August winner,

Mike Kuhn!

A record 10 other people had 100% correct answers.

July Answers: 1) B 2) C 3) A 4) D 5) C

August prize:

$25 gift certificate to:

1. An employee of RUF Motorcars in Dallas who is kicking

“butt” in Grand National racing in a 996 Porsche is:

a) Patrick Long; b) Wayne Corley, c) Mark Plummer,

d) Jorg Bergmeister

2. This picture depicts a headlight from a: a) Porsche 993;

b) Corvette Z06; c) Porsche Cayman; d) Porsche 997

3. The 1993 Cincinatti Parade rally had its rest stop at:

a) Rabbit Hatch; b) Downtown Cleveland; c) A famous

hotel in Marion; d) Banks of the Ohio River

4. The 2006 PCA Maverick Region Class 4 points leader in

Autocross is: a) Keith Olcha; b) Wendy Shoffit; c) Richard

Diller; d) Kevin Hardison

5. Option Code number M286 for older 911's stands for:

a) Sport seats; b) High-intensity windshield washer;

c) Slant-nose option; d) Sunroof

Zim’s Autotechnik

2007 Maverick Region Officers Ballot

I am a ______ Member ______ Associate Member

President

______ James Shoffit

______ ____________________

Vice President

______ Mark Gluck

______ ____________________

Treasurer

______ Bob Kuykendall

______ ____________________

Secretary

______ Charlie Davis

______ ____________________

Bylaw Revisions

(available on our website with a link from the home page http://mav.pca.org/about/2005ByLaws_Rev-5A.doc)

To request a written copy of these proposals, contact Jan Mayo at 817-595-4651 or email secretary@mavpca.org.

Executive Board Proposed Revisions

Amendments Proposed by Bob Benson

Num. Yes No Num. Yes No

Num. Yes No Num. Yes No

1 ____ ____ 10 ____ ____ 1 ____ ____ 3 ____ ____

2 ____ ____ 11 ____ ____ 2 ____ ____ 4 ____ ____

3 ____ ____ 12 ____ ____

4 ____ ____ 13 ____ ____

5 ____ ____ 14 ____ ____

Print Name _______________________________

6 ____ ____ 15 ____ ____

7 ____ ____ 16 ____ ____

8 ____ ____ 17 ____ ____ Signature _________________________________

9 ____ ____

Mail your ballot to: Secretary Jan Mayo 2973 Timber Creek Trl, Fort Worth, TX 76118. (Emails cannot be

accepted) Ballots must be signed and received prior to the Founders’ Day Banquet on Nov. 4th.

Winners will be announced during the banquet.

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Photo by Charlie Davis

Time Trial #6 and Autocross #6

by Bob Kuykendall

Ican't believe this is the final weekend for Time Trials and Autocrosses

in 2006. It seems like only yesterday (March to be exact) that everyone

was strapping on those brand new Toyo's and Kumho’s in hopes of

turning faster laps than last year and showing their fellow drivers just how

Mario-like they could be. Actually, there is one more driving event scheduled

for October (the Charity autocross at Pennington) that is purely for

fun and won't count for Driver standings. The October autocross will also

have a Top Driver runoff for the top ten Men's and Lady's drivers based

on final standings from this weekend. So, the gauntlet has been thrown.

GENTLEMEN (AND GENTLEWOMEN) START YOUR ENGINES !

So here I am getting up at 5:30 to head out to Mineral Wells for the

last time. Only contractors and bass fishermen are up this early on a

Saturday morning. Along the way, I make the turn at Weatherford and

duck into the pits at a local Citgo for a splash of fuel for both body and

car. Think I'll indulge in a good ol' Texas breakfast, consisting of a Dr

Pepper and a Mrs. Baird's cherry-fried pie. Umm…..good.

Pulling into the Paddock area at the MineralRing, I see all the usual

suspects- Charlie and the Truxster (is that a rock band?), Bryan Bell and

Darron Shaffer setting up the course, Wendy and Andrea taking names

and money for the event registration, James unloading the race car

(which has all 5 gears again), Rick Randall doing tech inspections, etc. So

nice to have these folks doing all the hard work. They're real pros !

Some interesting non-Porsche cars occasionally find their way here.

An old Datsun 2000 roadster makes its way to the grid for some hot laps.

A few Corvettes, Subarus, and Mustangs also join the fray. In the paddock

area, I notice some odd-looking extra valve stems on Dean Yamada's

Corvette. He tells me these are pressure-release valves that automatically

release excess pressure as the tires heat up. Pretty cool, which means that

you can start off at the optimum psi on the very first run and not worry

about coming off the track too hot or greasy. If they just made such a

device to replace the driver, I'd be in great shape.

Despite the friendly camaraderie, a little early morning trash talking

begins. Jeff Atkins and Wendy Shoffit are neck and neck in class 5. Rick

Randall, Chuck Machala, and Mark Steele are vying for top honors in the

highly competitive Class 6. This ain't just for bragging rights, folkstrophies

are on the line here! But it's all in good fun.

Driver's meeting begins promptly at 9:00. Bryan reminds us for the

umpteenth time that if we hit the perimeter fence, we get to roll it up and

take it home, as you have just bought it. But that never happens. I worry

more about people in the Port-a-Johns as cars leave the course. Shouldn't

those be a 2-second penalty?

The final Time Trial will utilize Course # 3, to be run counter

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Robyn Howard taking the corner at speed.

Photo by Charlie Davis

clockwise with a medium-speed chicane in the back left corner. James

Shoffit decided to try the chicane in full sideways mode, but does not

recommend it (unless you are a

trained professional). Despite a few

spins and an occasional DNF, it's

just amazing how well organized

and safe these events are. This isn't

just my opinion, as I hear this

constantly from drivers who attend

other Club's events. Mike Lockas,

Joel Nannis, and others are always

keeping a careful eye on safety.

When it's my turn to work the

course, I'm assigned to Start/Finish

line. Not hard duty until someone

impedes another driver, then keeping

up with which car is on what lap

becomes a bit challenging. But, the

final checker flag for the morning

session gets waved right before noon. Wendy Shoffit getting the green light.

Time for lunch. On Saturday, most Mavericks head out to the local

Braum’s for a #1 double-burger combo with fresh-squeezed limeade. Oh,

so good. Or, is it just the air conditioning which makes it all taste so great?

On Sunday, most folks stop by the Chicken Express for hot (and I do

mean right out of the fryer hot) fried chicken, fresh-brewed ice tea, and a

fried pie. Hey, we're working hard out there and chasing cones! So, the

diets will have to wait.

The afternoon goes by quickly with only one run-set per car. So,

Time Trial #6 was history by 3:00. Time to set up the course for tomorrow's

autocross!

Sunday brings many more P-cars to the track. Autocross #6 is the last

chance to score points, so the trash talk worsens. Threats of lowering tire

pressures turns out to be just that. Again, this is for fun! A whole army of

914's show up early. Those lightweight cars were made for this stuff. Very

flingable, lively, and well-balanced in the tight twisties.

Camaraderie abounds - Chuck McCoy (Car #44)

entertains Lisa Steele and Chuck Machala

Photo by Charlie Davis


Photo by Charlie Davis

Track walks expose a layout shaped like a four-leaf clover. What was

Bryan thinking (or drinking) last night? But looks like fun. A little tight in

places, so we will definitely be shagging cones today!

As I work corner 3 with Jim Hedderick, I discover that he and his

son, David, are from Houston and they run autocrosses with not only

PCA, but also SCCA, BMW Club, and others. They enter their silver

Boxster in ~35 events a year! They also burn thru some 5-7 sets of tires

per year. Now that's some way-too-serious activity, but they obviously

love it and are great at it, as both are headed to SCCA Nationals this year.

I witness how freely and gladly everyone helps their fellow drivers

with needed assistance, tools, and advice. Air gauges, jack pads, tire

Top Porsche Autocrosser, David Hedderick

Time Trial #6 - Saturday, 9/9/2006 - MineralRing, Mineral Wells, TX

Class Number Name Car Time Place Points

2 95 Travis Howard Yellow 914 88.903 1 9

3 44 Chuck McCoy White 944 84.45 1 9

65 Robyn Howard Red 944 90.561 2 7

4 31 Mike Lockas White 944 82.305 1 9

111 Kevin Hardison Blue 914 82.616 2 7

15 Gary Leto Red 914 (G) 92.833 3 5

5 64 James Shoffit Black 911 SC 78.147 1 9

83 Jeff Atkins Red 911 80.745 2 7

11 Wendy Shoffit Black 911 SC 80.988 3 5

169 Christy Dominick Blue 964 83.667 4 4

72 Tracy Locke Silver 944 Turbo 84.017 5 3

57 Joel Nannis Yellow 911S 85.313 6 2

691 Denny Payne Blue 964 85.611 7 1

6 205 Mark Steele Red 944S2 77.791 1 9

139 David Hedderick Silver Boxster 78.067 2 7

911 Bob Kuykendall Black 911 78.713 3 5

1 Chuck Machala Silver Boxster 78.755 4 4

161 Rick Randall Black 911 Carerra 79.189 5 3

39 Jim Hedderick Silver Boxster 80.033 6 2

234 Ed Gross Carmon Red Boxster 82.842 7 1

242 Darron Shaffer Green Boxster S 85.029 8 1

206 Lisa Steele Red 944S2 85.295 9 1

7 204 Bryan Bell Silver 996 76.470 1 9

10 550 Richard Diller Red 911S 77.178 1 9

L 284 Tracey Gross Carmon Red Boxster 85.737 1 9

20 Andrea Bell Red Boxster 93.351 2 7

OA 801 Reb Burroughs Red Corvette 81.098 1

98 Jon Hansen Silver Mustang 82.821 2

OJ 74 Gabby Garner White WRX STI 77.687 1

123 John O'Keefe Silver NSX 80.084 2

186 Mitch Williams Red Miata 82.223 3

23 Grant Gosler Silver NSX 85.933 4

85 Mike Steinbach Yellow 2000 87.506 5

58 Patrick Steinbach Yellow 2000 87.863 6

Top Time Of Day Men : Bryan Bell, Class 7, Time 76.470

Top Time Of Day Ladies : Wendy Shoffit, Class 5, Time 80.988

Bryan Bell 76.470

Richard Diller 77.178

Mark Steele 77.791

David Hedderick 78.067

James Shoffit 78.147

Top 10 Porsche Times

Bob Kuykendall 78.713

Chuck Machala 78.755

Rick Randall 79.189

Jim Hedderick 80.033

Jeff Atkins 80.745

assistance, etc. are openly and unselfishly shared among all. What a great

bunch of folks and spirit of cooperation.

Autocross times are very fast thru the Cloverleaf. David Hedderick

takes down the fastest Porsche of the day (75.3) in his non-S Boxster. But

Michael Vasey takes TTOD in his silver STI at 73.4. Wow, these guys are

quick. But accolades for those drivers who drive consistently well in their

lesser horsepower cars: Kevin Hardison in his 914, Mike Lockas and

Chuck McCoy in their 944s, and many others. Also, those rapidly improving

new drivers, such as newlyweds Christy Dominick & Denny Payne.

Alas, I'm going to miss these events during the off-season. The “silly

season” always brings out new drivers, cars, and suspension setups before

next year's driving events and driver schools. The best part is wondering

what to do next- those new adjustable sway bars? R-compound tires? A

race seat perhaps? And even though some of the faces may change by next

season, you can nonetheless expect to see more smiles, help, and genuine

pros running these events.

Remember, one last Charity Autocross at Pennington in October!

See ya there.

Autocross #6 - Sunday, 9/10/2006 - MineralRing, Mineral Wells, TX

Class Number Name Car Time Place Points

2 95 Travis Howard Yellow 914 84.967 1 9

914 Betty Perrine Orange 914 85.911 2 7

41 Michael Brown Blue 914 88.468 3 5

3 37 Charlie Davis Green 914 82.406 1 9

44 Chuck McCoy White 944 83.535 2 7

137 Kevan Davis Green 914 85.171 3 5

12 John Reynolds Maroon 914 88.960 4 4

65 Robyn Howard Red 944 90.738 5 3

4 111 Kevin Hardison Blue 914 79.476 1 9

31 Mike Lockas White 944 80.031 2 7

81 Jeff Herrmann Black 912 85.156 3 5

15 Gary Leto Red 914 92.469 4 4

5 64 James Shoffit Black 911 SC 77.955 1 9

11 Wendy Shoffit Black 911 SC 80.316 2 7

83 Jeff Atkins Red 911 80.528 3 5

57 Joel Nannis Yellow 911S 84.284 4 4

169 Christy Dominick Blue 964 85.773 5 3

691 Denny Payne Blue 964 86.384 6 2

24 Clay Perrine Red 914 87.893 7 1

747 Jason Rogers Slate Grey 993 91.175 8 1

6 139 David Hedderick Silver Boxster 75.303 1 9

39 Jim Hedderick Silver Boxster 77.379 2 7

1 Chuck Machala Silver Boxster 78.729 3 5

161 Rick Randall Black 911 Carerra 79.363 4 4

911 Bob Kuykendall Black 911 79.484 5 3

66 Mark Steele Red Boxster S 80.397 6 2

234 Ed Gross Carmon Red Boxster82.330 7 1

242 Darron Shaffer W-Green Boxster S 84.010 8 1

99 Lisa Steele Red Boxster S 86.177 9 1

7 204 Bryan Bell Silver 996 78.105 1 9

63 Gregory Vint Silver 996 C4S 88.606 2 7

10 550 Richard Diller Red 911S 84.980 1 9

L 284 Tracey Gross Carmon Red Boxster82.784 1 9

77 Tannia Dobbins Red Boxster S 85.545 2 7

20 Andrea Bell Red Boxster 101.775 10 5

OA 8 Dean Yamada White Corvette 77.506 1

98 Jon Hansen Silver Mustang 84.885 2

OG 25 Ben Holliday Silver/Blue Cooper S 84.993 1

987 Paul Gautreaux Purple Cooper S 94.585 2

OJ 93 Michael Vasey Silver STI 73.419 1

85 Mike Steinbach Yellow 2000 79.775 2

58 Patrick Steinbach Yellow 2000 84.529 3

6 Rick Gonzales Black Miata 86.072 4

Top Time Of Day Men : Michael Vasey, Class OJ, Time 73.419

Top Time Of Day Ladies : Wendy Shoffit, Class 5, Time 80.316

David Hedderick 75.303

Jim Hedderick 77.379

James Shoffit 77.955

Bryan Bell 78.105

Chuck Machala 78.729

Top 10 Porsche Times

Rick Randall 79.363

Kevin Hardison 79.476

Bob Kuykendall 79.484

Mike Lockas 80.031

Wendy Shoffit 80.316

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Splat!

by Wendy Shoffit and Jan Mayo

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Recently, we participated in the Hare and Hound Rally. The

following are excerpts from our adventure..

W: Hey, Jan… do you remember how to do these types of rallies?

No? We'd better pay attention this time… [Foreboding music

playing in the background]

J: I expected to see more cars. Chris Alvarado (from Hill Country

Region) and Ron Gaubert (from Whiskey Bay Region) will

definitely want to get in the car with air conditioning. It's a

thousand degrees outside!

Signing up

(after the drivers' meeting, ready for the odometer check)

J: So, where do we start from?

W: It's here on the map, I'll get you going. No problem.

J: Is this the turn?

W: Uhhh… no, the one we just passed was. Sorry. You can turn

around, right?

J: Nah… does the odometer go down if you back up? Whatever!

W: I don't know, but I think we're about to find out. We can work

it in to the calculations, no problem. I can't believe I got you lost

on the freaking ODOMETER check! I'll do better… Should've

paid more attention in the drivers' meeting.

J: Hey, isn't that Chris and Ron changing cars? OH yeah… we

knew it would be too hot to handle in a 911 with no air!

W: Okay, turn up the air and let's get started!

Drivers’ meeting led by the two hares.

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

(on the rally)

J: So, let me get this straight, we're the Hounds, chasing the Hare.

We have to make a choice at each intersection and try to figure

out which way the Hare went… sounds easy enough, right?

W: Yeah, but they make it clear because the Hare leaves its mark in

the form of lime powder within ~1/4 mile of the intersection.

J: So, if we're on track, we'll see the powder and if we're not on

track we have to turn around and make another choice at that

intersection?

W: Sounds easy enough. Good thing I brought these binoculars.

They ought to help me see further ahead, right?

J: Okay, so here's our first intersection. Is this where we make a

choice?

W: No, there's a sign that says, “No Outlet,” so it's not an official

rally road. How about this road?

J: Nope… that one is a private driveway, it's also not a road. This

could get tricky.

W: This one is for sure! 4 ways… only 3 to choose from…

Uhhhh…. I'm feeling we should go RIGHT!

J: I'll reset the trip odometer to make sure we know when to stop

looking for the lime powder…

Don & Taxi’s car

SPLAT!

Both: SPLAT! There it is! We're on the right track. Now, how about

THIS road?

J: Hey, isn't that Chris and Ron's car that just turned? We should

wait to see if they turn around. If we don't see them come back,

we'll know they're on the right track.

W: Okay… I'm not seeing them… we should go ahead and go that

way. Oh shoot! There they are coming back! They were messing

with us!

J: Brats! Fine! We'll know not to follow them anymore. Hope they

can find their way to dinner. [There's that foreboding music

again.]

Both: SPLAT!

W: Wow… look at all these houses. They're amazing in this area!

We'll have to come back sometime. Oh shoot… was that a road?

I got so distracted at the scenery I forgot where we were going.

J: No, we're fine. That road wasn't paved. Not a rally road.

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(phone rings)

W: Hello? Travis (Howard)? You and Robin did what? You had a

FLAT? OH man. Thank goodness Cathy can come get you. I

don't think we could find our way outta here with a map,

compass, GPS, and a sherpa. We'll hopefully meet up with you

guys at the restaurant. I could use a drink!

Both: SPLAT!

J: Look at that house! It's bigger than some hotels I've been to.

W: Hey, isn't that Don & Taxi Breithaupt (also from Hill Country)?

Which way did they just come from?

J: Didn't we already learn our lesson?

W: Well, sorta, but I don't think Don & Taxi would do that to us.

Okay, now where the heck is this road going? There are like 4

choices we can make!

J: They went right. We'll go straight and see if we find another

splat.

W: Oh man, no splat. Turn around. Again.

J: There's Don & Taxi again. We'll be nice and tell them to not go

this way. We've followed them for long enough.

W: If you insist. I want that trophy!

J: Okay, so here we are… is that a road or not?

W: I have no idea. I don't see a splat in any direction. We're lost and

these stupid binoculars are no help at all. What a waste of time

and foot space.

J: I don't know where we were when we last knew where we were

so we can't even go back to that.

(phone rings)

J: Hello, Ron? You guys are lost and need directions to get to the

restaurant? And you're asking US ?? Considering that we're

really lost, call James and use Chris' super fancy web phone GPS

thingy to find your way. We're no help.

W: I guess all that trickery caught up to them, didn't it? (*snicker*)

J: There's Don & Taxi. They're lost, too. I'll pull over and we can

chat. Do you guys know which way we need to go? No?

Don: Taxi has her map. Nothing makes sense. We've gone this way

and that way and this other way…nothing.

J: I'm tired and thirsty.

W: I'm hungry and hot. I give up.

Taxi: Let's just head to the restaurant. Go down this road. It looks

like it's only a mile or so away. We're close.

W: Yeah, you're right. I'm done. Besides, we haven't seen Dave &

Jean Frick since we started the rally!

J: I think they re-did the odometer check. They must have made a

wrong turn, too.

W: Oh, so rub it in, will ya!

(we make a left with Don & Taxi right behind us)

Both SPLAT! ! !

W: Oh man… now we HAVE to finish the rally!

J: Fiiiiine (snarlly voice)

(two seconds later)

W: Hey, there's Charlie & Teri! We finished! Whaddya mean? We

were like half a mile from the finish and almost gave up?

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

J: This is one for the record books. Let's get a margarita!

After all that, we ended up with a 2nd place trophy. With our

total driving distance only 0.4 miles further than Don & Taxi, We

had made 1 more wrong turn than they did. Well, that seems like

a fitting end. After all the time we followed them? They deserved

first! Dave & Jean finished not too much after us having driven a

few extra miles, but they seemed to have a good time doing it.

We're also glad to see the Howards made it here safely. Cathy is a

good daughter. Sign us up for the next rally!

The victorious Hounds, Don & Taxi Breithaupt.

Official mileage for the hare's route was 17.3 miles. The trophy

winners were as follows:

1st Place - Don and Taxi Breithaupt did the route in 24.55 miles

2nd Place - Jan Mayo and Wendy Shoffit drove 24.95 miles

3rd Place - Dave and Jean Frick drove 32.04 miles.

All mileages show were calibrated to official miles.

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Parade 2006

This year’s annual Porsche Parade was held in Portland,

Oregon. Following are the results of the major competitive

events that Maverick Region members participated in.

Concours

Mark Williams, 1st Place, Preparation Division C1

(2005 Boxster S)

Ed Mayo, 2nd Place, Restoration Division R11, (1972 911S)

Autocross

Tom Snodgrass, 3rd Place, S03, Boxster S, 65.729

Ed Mayo, 2nd Place, P07M, 1972 911S, 65.768

Jan Mayo, 1st Place, P07L, 1972 911S, 68.332

Tech Quiz

Charlie Davis, 6th Place, 914

Lanean Hughes, 1st Place, 928 Ladies

Newsletter

Slipstream, 2nd Place (tie), Class V

See you all in San Diego next year!

Photo by Charlie Davis

Photo by Charlie Davis

That’s Tom and Annette Snodgrass way down there on the rally!

Bob Knight enjoying the volunteer party

Photo by Charlie Davis

Photo by PCA Website

Ed Mayo looking on, waiting for his car to be judged at the concours

An ecstatic Lanean celebrating her 1st Place Tech Quiz trophy

Post Parade Party at Christina’s

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Mavericks were joined by PCA President, Tom Bobbitt.

Families enjoying the Post Parade Party, too.

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Happy Hour at Mac’s Steaks & Seafood

by Dennis Chamberlain

Happy Hour at Mac's Steaks and Seafood was held on August

17, 2006. Back in 2001, Mark Gluck mentioned to me that

we should try a place called Mac's in Colleyville for a happy

hour because he'd heard good things about it and, well, it was close

to Mark's house. So for our August 17 (of 2006) happy hour, I

decided to go ahead with it. You can't just jump into these decisions.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Nilo Castillo with girlfriend, Dana

As it turned out, it was well

worth the five year wait. We had a

great crowd, including new faces

due to the new location. We also

had Michael Sorbera, president of

the Longhorn Region. Michael

drove up from San Antonio just for

our happy hour (well, not exactly)

and I was fortunate enough to get

some good images of his 1993

amazon green pearl effect 964.

The food, service, and prices

were all good at Mac's. We'll definitely

be returning. Speaking of

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Happy Hour, it's back to Malibu Michael Sorbera

Speed Zone, just off of I-35E and Royal Lane. Hope to see you there.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

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Richard Sequi and Maricela Salas

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New Wheels

by Joel Nannis

If you have any changes that

you would like to make to the

MRPCA membership guide, call

Joel Nannis at 817-329-1600

Bruce Broyles

Plano, TX 75075

2007 997 GT

Robert Morris

Addison, TX 75001

2006 996

Michael & Karin Steadman

Fort Worth, TX 76107

2007 997

Michael Williams

Richardson, TX 75082

2006 Cayman S

John & Alice Lovejoy

Dallas, TX 75229

1965 356

Philip Cullum

Dallas, TX 75225

1997 993

Ned & Margaret Muse

Pittsburg, TX 75686

1987 911 Carrera

Robert & Lady Waddell

Arlington, TX 76016

2007 987

David Yerkes

Mc Kinney, TX 75071

1999 996

Wayne & Kim West

Colleyville, TX 76034

1985 911

Luke Edson

Dallas, TX 75251

1999 996

Greg Payne

Keller, TX 76248

1986 944

John & Kathy Ward

Dallas, TX 75204

2006 Cayman S

Daniel & Pamela Garringer

Mc Kinney, TX 75070

2002 996

Anniversaries

5 Years

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Burke,Rugger (Carla)

Campbell, Drew

Palmer, J (Dawn)

10 Years

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Colleyville

Dallas

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25 Years

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Unclassifieds

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Bobby Archer’s Motorsports (817) 877-1772 Page 18

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

Community Pharmacy (940) 440-0400 B.C.

Dallas Auto Sports (214) 320-2228 Page 25

Dallas Euro Cars (972) 243-4911 Page 23

Fifth Gear Motorsports (972) 317-4005 Page 20

Gray Cat Graphics (972) 849-8512 Page 22

Impact Signs and Graphics (817) 329-3491 Page 12

Istook’s MotorSport Svcs (817) 332-6547 Page 20

Jerry DeFeo Designs (972) 240-5800 Page 9

For advertising rates and information contact

Lisa Steele at (214) 709-6418

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

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

Mayo Performance (817) 540-4939 Page 7

Mean Green Travel (940) 565-8111 B.C.

Metro Volkswagen (972) 659-9999 Page 9

Mustard Racing (817) 366-1678 Page 9

911 Enterprises (972) 241-2002 Page 17

Park Place Porsche (800) 553-3196 Page 6

PartsHeaven (800) 767-7250 Page 21

RUF Auto Centre (214) 269-1571 Page 19

ScottSearch (214) 800-2836 Page 26

Soundwerk (817) 281-9381 Page 21

Ussery Printing (972) 438-8344 Page 12

Zims Autotechnik (817) 267-4451 Page 25

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Slipstream Advertiser

for 25 years!

Louden Motorcar Services has been

servicing fine European motorcars in

Dallas since 1977. From the moment you drive

in, it is apparent that quality is our

number one priority. From the comfortable

waiting room to the well-kept workshop,

Louden Motorcars exhibits professionalism.

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

www.loudenmotorcars.com


Bob Knight, Slipstream

9047 Oakpath Ln

Dallas, TX 75243-6353

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Paid at Dallas, TX

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