Slipstream - July 2006


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

Upcoming Events

• Murder Holiday Mystery Party

Dinner Theater

• Texas New Member Rangers Party

Baseball Game

• Wine Hare and Tasting Hound at Tony’s


Past Events

• Tour to • Club Arkansas


• DE at MotorSport • May at Mayo’s


• Time • Charity Trial #4 Autocross & Autocross at TMS


December July 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

Murder Mystery Dinner Theater..................................2

Texas Rangers vs. NY Yankees Baseball Game ............2

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

Happy Hour at Razzoo’s................................................2

July Gimmick Rally ........................................................3

Time Trial #5 & Autocross #5 ......................................3

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

Hare and Hound Rally ................................................13

Post Parade Dinner Social ..........................................13

Boxstoberfest ................................................................15

Past Event Recaps

May at Mayo’s ..............................................................14

Club Race and Drivers’ Education at MSR ..............16

Club Race Sponsors and Staff ....................................18

PorschePlatz at Lone Star Grand Prix ......................18

Time Trial #4 and Autocross #3..................................22

Happy Hour at Hunan Dynasty ................................24


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

Preserving Memories ..................................................12

Day July

9 Rally

11 Board Meeting

15 Murder Mystery Dinner

18 Bedford & Plano Lunches

20 Happy Hour

25 Addison Lunch

26 Texas Rangers vs. New York

Yankees Baseball Game

Volume 67, July 2006, Issue 7

Go Online For Latest Updates on Events

Day September

6 Board Meeting

9 Time Trial #6

10 Autocross #6

10 East Texas Tour

16-17 Drivers’ Education at MSR

19 Bedford & Plano Lunches

21 Happy Hour

26 Addison Lunch

30-10/1 Drivers’ Education at TWS (LSR)

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 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

Day October

3 Board Meeting

8 Charity Autocross at TMS

17 Bedford & Plano Lunches

19 Happy Hour

27-29 Tour to Arkansas

28-29 Drivers’ Education at MSR

31 Addison Lunch


Dennis Chamberlain,

Charlie Davis, Hart Photography,

Ruben Ledesma, Kevin Hardison.

Cover Photo by Hart Photography

Club Racing at its finest... an exciting start!

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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

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

Those of you blessed with excellent memories (or

a July 2005 Slipstream) may remember that after

last year's event I boldly forecasted an even bigger

and better Club Race/DE weekend for 2006. As it

turned out, it was bigger and better in ways I hadn't

even imagined at the time. As in the past, all of the

Chairs, Co-Chairs, National Staff, Sponsors and the

many volunteers did an outstanding job. On the

whole, things ran so smoothly that it looked easy.

Believe me, if something that complicated can be made to look easy, it is

because of all the excellent planning and hard work that has taken place

beforehand. So, a huge thank you goes out to everyone who helped make

the weekend so successful! If I attempted to list all the names, it would

take all the available space in Slipstream.

Back to the “bigger and better” part. Last year we held our first Club

Race at MSR on the original 1.7 mile track and it was great. This year we

had the new, bigger 3.1 mile circuit that provided even more fun and challenges.

We grew from 65 to 82 club racers and had 63 DE participants.

We increased the schedule from two to three races, two Sprints and an

Enduro and had significantly more track time available for DE participants.

We even upped the ante in the food department with a cookout

Saturday evening and a catered meal Sunday evening. For this we thank

our good friends at Boardwalk Porsche and Performance Speed Tech.

It will certainly be an uphill climb to top this year’s event. However,

it is never a good idea to underestimate the capabilities of the many

Maverick volunteers, so, once again, don't be surprised if 2007 brings

another “bigger and better” weekend!

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 7/30/06.

Congratulations to our May winner,

David Sumners!

Honorable Mentions go to:

Cyril Reif, Jeff Gann, and Noby Takahashi

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

July prize:

$25 gift certificate to:

1. The spectacular Porsche 959 was known for all of the following

technological advances except:

a) Four wheel drive; b) Driver adjustable suspension; c)

Water cooled 4-valve twin cam heads; d) Aluminum V8

engine block

2. In the filming of the classic movie “Le Mans”, Steve

McQueen's production company actually strapped 3 cameras

onto the following chase car, which finished 9th overall:

a) Porsche 917; b) Specially built Mercedes truck; c) Porsche

908; d) Ferrari 512LM

3. Turbo tie rods are a popular upgrade on earlier 911's. That's

because they:

a) Decrease the turning radius for tighter cornering; b) Add

caster and camber for track use; c) Make the steering effort

lighter; d) Remove the loose feel of rubber linkages

4. After World War II, Dr. Ferdinand Porsche did which of the


a) Moved his company from Austria to Germany; b) Was

imprisoned for two years; c) Designed the future 911 series;

d)Designed the Volkswagen “Beetle”

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a) 2.0 engine; b) 2.2 engine; c) 2.4 engine; d) 2.8 engine

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Maverick Minutes

by Jan Mayo

Rocky paused the start of the meeting while

Dennis Chamberlain redirected my attention

with his busily snapping shutter. He said he

needed new pictures of the board, but how can one

concentrate on Rocky while that shutter is snapping

and the flash is flashing and everybody is watching.

Rocky regained control by starting with Dennis

who had to put down his camera so he could talk.

The Hunan Happy Hour was fun but they had unusually bad service

that evening. Seems it was only at Tracey and Wendy’s table because

Lanean said she had great service. The next Happy Hour is at Go Fish

where the menu is not cheap plus that night is game 4 for the

Mavericks. Dennis is expecting another small crowd. This month’s

ads were run by Tracey before heading to Wendy to publish so there

should be no errors.

Lanean was looking ahead on the calendar and noted that the

Sept Board Meeting falls on the Tues after Labor Day. Hackberry

Country Club will change their normal Monday close day to that

Tuesday in order to stay open for Labor Day. Our Board Meeting will

move to Wed 9/6.

The Hope Shelter has started sheet rock and tape/bedding work

on two rooms. It’s going slow because the labor is being donated by

a single gentleman working by himself at night. Lanean is working

on getting some experienced volunteers that can go out over the next

couple of weeks. With this done the painting will be next.

Lanean expressed a huge Thank You to Wendy Shoffit, Annette

Snodgrass and Tracey Gross for their help with Hospitality during the

Memorial Day Club Race.

While the “Thanks” were going around Bryan Bell noted that the

Trivia games have been great. He sends a big Thanks to Bob

Kuykendall. Since he had the floor Bryan continued with his report

that Time Trials #2 and #3 went fairly well. He was finally awake for

Time Trial #4 and Autocross #3. The autocross attendance was at 58

and he was pleased with that. Bryan’s looking at the 2007 calendar

and in preparation to reserve dates wants to know the track weekends

so he can schedule around them. Rocky asked about his intention to

raise the fee for non-P cars and Bryan intends to do that starting next

year rather than confuse things in the middle of this season. He will

also lower the fee for P-cars by the same $5. Bryan asked if the board

had anything they wanted done differently this year and was

answered with a no and resounding thanks for the great job he’s been

doing. Bryan had another thanks for Mike Lockas who did a good

job on a worker-info sheet at the last event.

Rocky commented that, while taking pictures at Mineral Wells,

Charlie sometimes positions himself in unsafe locations. He asked

Charlie to just be aware of where he was at all times and to forego the

picture in regards to his safety. Charlie responded that he will take

more care and Rocky had another thanks for Charlie’s ponytail….

Something about now he doesn’t need to grow one to see what it

would look like and that proceeded into more ponytail conversation.

When the furor died down Charlie relayed a comment he heard

from the Trailer Posting person at the last event, asking that sheets be

sorted by Car Number since the posting person often has trouble

finding the car/driver. That started conversation about the posting

sheets also being used by drivers to see how they’re doing relative to

others in their class. The end result is that the posting sheets can be

sorted by any manner.

Charlie continued with recap of the Z-Club event that he,Wendy

and Lisa Steele worked. The Z-Club gave them dinner and a shot

glass and donated $1,000 to the Hope Shelter. Charlie noted that they

run with fewer rules than we do and that we appreciate our events

even more. Wendy thanks Lisa for helping her with timing.

Mark Gluck is on top of the insurance requests. He emails the

certificates to event chairs, which they print and have on hand.

Tracey Gross reporting for herself and Ed that they need to let go

of the Goodie Store. With doing the Social events for the year plus

other new activities at home they are overloaded. Please please, if you

are reading this and are interested get in touch with Tracey or Ed

Gross or President Rocky or any of the people on the board page.

Tracey continued to report on May at Mayo’s. The beverage

purchases were high so the left overs will be split with sodas going to

the Father’s Day Picnic and beer/wine going to the Club Race. In

looking at the Father’s Day picnic receipts from last year she’s

questioning buying beer. We all agreed a family picnic could do

without beer. She is needing rsvp’s for the Murder Mystery at Saltgrass

with June 15 being the deadline. Reminder that the Rangers v.Yankees

baseball game RSVP is July 1 with half price tickets at $11.50.

Back on the wine theme Tracey checked the interest in doing

another wine tasting event in Plano. She’s looking at a Thursday

night (not to conflict with a Happy Hour) in Sept or Oct. Stay

tun…..YEEEECH, scramble with chair flying to the floor. Train of

thought was stopped by a very large bug which Mark Gluck crunched

with the heel of his shoe. Thank You Very Much.

Tracey, trying to regain her composure now wanted to make a

point of some unbecoming behavior during a tug-of-war over a beer

cooler at the Club Race. She, Lanean and Wendy were very embarrassed.

There was a large miscommunication which resulted in less

than proper behavior by several people. It has been addressed off line.

Speaking of the Club Race, though (this wasn’t Tracey’s

report - we were on the topic). There were some incidents during race

sessions which caused the Green DE run group to be shorted significantly.

Unfortunately the weekend event is run on CR schedule with

DE sessions provided in between race sessions. Since it is a CR venue

run on their schedule, the DE groups bear the brunt if delays occur.

Future event advertising will state this fact more clearly so DE

entrants aren’t taken by surprise if their session is changed. Another

one of those “communication” things that the board is addressing.

Jeff Atkins brought the checkbook and copies of final annual

budget, which he was calling a Wish List.

Joel reported that the membership information is finally flowing

freely. He has provided Wendy and Dennis their info. He was asked

if anyone proof-read the directory and Joel said he has to retype every

new and updated entry every month. Knowing Joel’s typing skills

will help you understand if you see errors in the Directory.

Wendy said June Slipstream was in the mail today (we received

ours in 2 days). TriWinn says the Dallas Post Office is improving but

Wendy still wants to move it back to Fort Worth. Production was

delayed a little while Wendy had MAJOR computer issues. (Wendy

with computer problems? What’s the world coming to?) She’s still

resolving problems with the software and asked for $500 for the

upgrade. Motion was made and passed.

During my turn I brought up the ever popular subject of voting

on the By Laws. We had a sort of successful attempt at the April DE

but still failed to gather the required number of votes to make it fly.

Rocky announced that the re-vote will take place at Founder’s Day in

November where we will have the right number of members in

attendance and can be sure to gather the proper number of ballots.

Joe McGlohen needs the Autocross radios during CR weekends.

Bryan Bell was most agreeable and will work with Joe next year.

Rocky had the Stewards report from the Club Race and it was

very positive towards the racers and the workers. He suggests there

be a blend line painted at pit entrance as that part of the track is a

potentially dangerous location. The Club Race team is anticipating

our event growing to three Race groups. If that happens there won’t

be any DE sessions to have to communicate with.






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From The Driver’s Seat

by Wendy Shoffit, Slipstream Managing Editor

The Care and Feeding of Volunteers

Volunteers... what are they exactly and what

do they do? The official definition of the

verb to volunteer is this: 1. To perform or

offer to perform a service of one's own free will; 2.

To do charitable or helpful work without pay.

Over the past few months, I’ve come across several situations

in which volunteers were *grossly* mistreated. I’m not just talking

about the Porsche Club here, many other organizations struggle

with this similar problem. What I’d like to do is mention a few

items of etiquette in dealing with volunteers in any organization.

When dealing with volunteers, remember that they’re

human beings, just like you (assuming you believe yourself to be

human). Are you acting like a human being in the way you’re

communicating with them at all times? If not, STOP. Remember

the Golden Rule - Do unto others as you would have them do

unto you. If you wouldn’t want someone berating you, don’t

berate them. It’s simple.

A volunteer is freely giving of his or her time to provide a

service. Maverick Region Porsche Club volunteers are everywhere.

They are the ones who plan, organize, and execute all the

tasks needed for these wonderful events we all enjoy. Let me reiterate

that . . . they’re freely doing what needs to be done so YOU

can have fun. For those of you who have not taken a peek behind

the wizard’s curtain, you have no idea what all is involved. You

might be astounded to hear about the number of hours involved

in each and every part of even the (seemingly) smallest event.

Our club’s volunteers are not paid. Some are fortunate

enough to receive compensation in the form of entry fees, but I,

for one, haven’t seen a check in years! *wink* So, what do you

wonder do they get instead? Appreciation, adulation, a pat on the

back, or a simple attaboy/girl.

Now, am I trying to complain about the hours? No, I’ll save

that for another article. *snicker* What I AM trying to say is that

if during an event something isn’t going according to the way you

want it to go, before you go off half-cocked and start yelling for

whatever reason at our precious volunteers, just stop and

THINK. Do you really think that these people MEANT for this

bad thing to happen or was it an unfortunate series of events that

ended up at that point? Do you think berating or yelling at them

will make them want to help you? Is what you want WORTH

making someone feel so badly?

Without volunteers, there is no organization, no events, no

fun. Put yourself in their drivers’ seat and see what the view looks

like. You know who you are. Do better next time and the time

after that and the time after that. I thank you and all the other

volunteers thank you.

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Preserving Memories

by Steve Boyd, Webmaster

Recently I added a new link to the home page of our website.

Did you see it? The one that says, “Photos from TT #2 & #3

are now available?” It's also available on the Autocross and

Time Trial Events page. If you don't know what I'm talking about,

put down Slipstream and go check it out. I'll wait…

Pretty cool, huh? (And for those of you who didn't actually

go look at the site, it's… pictures.) So now you're thinking, “But

Steve, what about Club Racing pictures and Tour pictures,

Happy Hour pictures?” Well, that's where you get to participate.

You do want to participate don't you? Don't make me send

Wendy after you.

Here's how it works:

1. Go to and sign up for a free account

Flickr is a web site that provides photo-hosting, plus a whole

lot more. Its community aspect is what we're hoping to take

advantage of. Once you have your account set up, go search for

the user “Maverick_photos” and add it as a Contact. Now you'll

see any photos we add, and we'll see your great pictures as well.

2. Upload and “tag” your club event photos

While you can upload pictures of (just about) anything to

Flickr, we're mainly interested in shots you've captured at Club

events. When you add pictures to your account, the system will

ask you to add a title, description and “tags.” Tags are one- or two-

word descriptors for the picture that allow users to find “like”

photos. For Maverick events, we are using the following:

a. PCA

b. Maverick

c. 2006 (or appropriate year)

d. EVENT (e.g. “time trial” or autocross or “happy hour”)

Hint: enclose two (or more) word tags in quotes

3. Browse all the other photos uploaded from other club

members who are as excited about participating as you are!

If you've added your tags correctly, your pictures will now

show up with all the other pictures for that event. I will add links

to the event pages on our website, and as more people participate,

more photos will become available.

This is a new process, and questions or comments are

welcome. If you're having trouble using the site, let me know and

I'll try to help you out. If you think of a way to make it better or

easier, I definitely want to know (

Our main goal with this effort is to provide a way for more

people to see what our Club is all about - how many different

ways there are to be involved, how much fun we have and what

great people are involved in all our Maverick Events!

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May at Mayo’s

by Wendy Shoffit

Nearly 70 Maverick Region members turned out for the annual

May at Mayo’s dinner social. Temperatures were warm, but the

breeze through the Mayo Performance shop doors kept it

manageable. It was an easy choice to make for that yummy Babe’s Fried

Chicken and the visions of Porsche car loveliness.

Ed and Tracey Gross continue to do a fabulous job as social

chairs as they provided plenty of sodas, beer, and wine to

accompany all that comfort food! Too bad it was too hot for some to

drink the wine, as there was a ton left over.

This event always seems to bring out some of the people who we

don’t often see. This year was no different. We were joined by the

Bambinas, Dugans, deJongs, Krupps, Suttons, Searses (complete

with baby Ryan), Vaughan Garrett and Angela Persichitte, Steve

Perrin, and Al Zim. I’m sure I’ve forgotten some people, but I think

you can see how it would be hard to remember everyone. It’s always

such a casual, fun event with no agenda, no time clocks, no series

points, and no trophies. Oh wait, no trophies could be a bad thing!

Anyway, we had a great time. Hope you can make it next year!

Photo by Charlie Davis

Photo provided by Charlie Davis

Photo by Charlie Davis

Photo by Charlie Davis

Photo by Charlie Davis

Photo by Charlie Davis

Angela, Gerry, and Nathan and family enjoying their meal.

Linda Bambina and Michele deJong chatting away.

It was great seeing Bill and Nancy Dugan again.

Teri Davis and Myra Sutton enjoy the gorgeous view o’ cars.

Geneva Spreen, Emily deJong, and Natalie Krupp were fast friends.

Alan Bambina getting a fullly animated Charlie Davis.


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Drivers’ Education at the Club Race

Photo by Hart Photography

by Phil Hallenbeck

The weather: Nearly perfect. Breezy, not too hot, nary a drop of

rain. The track: Amazing. A warm surface for sticky tires. A 3.1-

mile, technically challenging course.

The schedule: Seat time that felt like it would never end! The

usual eight runs on Saturday and Sunday were capped off by three 40-

minute, that's right 40-minute runs, all before noon on Memorial Day.

The sponsorship and hospitality: First class-and too many

sponsors to list! Our friends at Boardwalk Porsche of Plano were

merely the leaders of a long and distinguished list which included

Performance Speed Tech (sponsors of a wonderful Saturday night

barbecue), Fifth Gear Motorsports, and many others. Participants

returned home with not one, but two commemorative shirts. Our

sponsors ensured that the cold water was plentiful, and so was the

beer in the evening!

Guy Morgan leading other DE drivers through Rattlesnake

finished. Shutterbugs were captivated by practice starts and fun races,

where Josemanuel Gutierrez, John Crosby, Gerald Isbell, and Keith

Olcha amongst others showed off some very capable machinery-with

even more capable driving. These guys gave most everybody

something to shoot for.

Monday dawned nearly clear, and early arrivals saw the track

quickly illuminated by a blazing sunrise as they enjoyed coffee and

donuts before the drivers' meeting. At the meeting, John Sandusky

diplomatically explained the schedule issues from Sunday, and the

talk then quickly turned to the enviable task at hand for all: Three

morning runs-and not the usual 20- or 25-minute runs, but

40 minutes apiece! It did not take long for even the most mathematically

challenged driver to realize he would put in nearly as much seat

time that morning as usually happens in an entire weekend. Old hand

John wisely cautioned all to monitor their fatigue and their water

intake, advice that seemed to be well taken as several drivers stopped

for short breaks in the hot pit, and very few paid the black-flag price

for inattention. For many drivers, however, maintenance issues came

to the fore, as brake pads and tires faced the blistering assault of

nearly two hours of all-out speed on a tight, challenging track. Jerry

Hiatt and Phil Hallenbeck, among others, found themselves visiting

Bobby Archer for new tires or the mounting of on-hand spares, as the

tires which started the weekend were either fresh at the start or

finished well before the end.

While we all realize holiday weekends are strictly rationed on the

calendar, the comment of one departing driver sums up this event:

“Man, I wish every DE could be just like this.”

Drivers arriving Saturday morning found some good things

which don't change for the Mavericks and their fast friends: the warm

smiles of Lanean Hughes and Annette Snodgrass, plentiful coffee, and

donuts before the drivers’meeting, and the fellowship of Porschephiles

from as far away as northern Oklahoma! Those with a technical

challenge (or just a hankering for a new gadget) were comforted by the

sight of Bobby Archer and crew open and ready for work.

First-time drivers found the new course even more technically

challenging than the near-legendary 1.7-mile original one, but there

were surprisingly few “offs” and even fewer as time wore on. Blair

Hartsfield and the photo gang seemed omnipresent-whenever a

driver would look up just a bit off his turn, he caught a glimpse of the

indefatigable camera crew. Blair and crew had plenty to shoot: Jason

Brodigan had a beautiful black 944 to shake out for the first time,

while Shelly Burbank's Polar Blue 911SC evoked memories of the

similar blue worn by the Gulf-Wyer 917s of yesteryear-and these were

of course but a few of many. The Green group enjoyed an outstanding

car control show by Greg Smith in his BMW 330ci. And the

parade laps that day featured a ride unusual even by Maverick PCA

standards-a black '57 T-bird!

Saturday night's barbecue, hosted by Performance Speed Tech,

bears special mention as does the Sunday awards dinner courtesy of

Boardwalk. A wonderful Texas time was had by all at both events as

the food, beer, and camaraderie flowed freely.

Sunday again dawned a bit cloudy, but whether due to the efforts

of “chaplain” Michael Wingfield or to the general beneficence of the

Lord, not a drop of rain fell to slow what quickly became very fast

sessions. Green drivers were a bit disappointed by a very short run

after lunch (shortened to accommodate the club race schedule), but

were compensated by a longer run late in the day after the club races


Thank you to

for sponsoring our race!

Photo by John Sandusky

Colin Graidage lifting a wheel to make

the turn ahead of Wade Kolody

Bill Petty at the front of the Red Group

Photo by Hart Photography

Photo by Hart Photography

Polesitter Jim Buckley leads Jesse Wurmbrand, Steve

Marshall, and the rest of the Red run group through Turn 1

Photo by John Sandusky

Randy Aust staying ahead of

Bob Polich and Michael Martin

Photo by Hart Photography

Photo by Hart Photography

George Abdalla fending off

Ken Laborde and Seth Higgins

Scott Foremaster, leading Mitch

Richard, downhill exiting Turn 6.

Photo by John Sandusky


Club Race Sponsors

Boardwalk Porsche

American Golf Cars


Bank Source Mortgage

Autoscope Motorsports, Inc.

Mean Green Travel

BTH Sales & Marketing

Mobil 1

Mustard Racing

Bobby Archer Motorsports

RUF Auto Centre

Fifth Gear Motorsports

Buckley Racing

Rudy’s Bar-B-Que & Grill


Zims Autotechnik

Phoenix Abstract

Hart Photography

Community Pharmacy

Lee Wilkins

Performance Speedtech

Istook’s Motorsport Services

Outback Steakhouse

Motorsport Ranch

Club Race Staff

Local Staff Members

Chairman - John Sandusky

Co-Chairman - Tom Snodgrass

CR Registrars - Lanean Hughes & Wendy Shoffit

DE Chairman - Bill Dawson

DE Registrar - Michael Wingfield

Steward’s Assistant - Ben Witry

Timing Coordinator - Bob Glowacki

Tech Coordinator - Ed Gross

Tech - Lead Technician - Cliff Blackshear

CR/DE Consultants - Bryan Henderson & Keith Olcha

Grid Coordinator - Bob Benson

Safety & Corner Workers - Joe McGlohen

Medical Liaison - Wayne Brown

Hospitality & Sponsorship - Lanean Hughes

Announcer - Tracey Gross

National Staff Members

Club Race Chairman - John Crosby

Chief Steward - Axel Shield

Scrutineer - Jeff Burger

Timing & Scoring - John Beatty

Zone 5 Representative - Bryan Henderson

Thanks to everyone who made this happen!

See full race results at .

PorschePlatz at the Lone Star Grand Prix

by Jim Heimer

Bryan Henderson, PCA Zone 5 Rep, and Lanean Hughes of

Maverick Region coordinated volunteers from the Maverick

(Dallas area), Hill Country (Austin), and Lone Star

(Houston) Regions, who manned the “PorschePlatz” at the recent

Lone Star Grand Prix in Houston, Texas. This event combined

Champ Car and American Le Mans Series races, May 11th through

13th. The races were held on a “street course” layed out around the

Reliant Center sports complex, home of the Houston Texans

NFL football team. PorschePlatz provided parking for Porsches

attending the event and a hospitality tent for Porsche owners to

relax between events, meet the racing teams and drivers, and get

updates on Porsche and the racing scene. The Porsche Race Teams

and a Representative from Porsche AG, along w/Shell Oil

representatives, were among the guest speakers. Momentum

Porsche's Rodger Gay, the dealer liaison to the Lone Star Region

PCA, arranged for a beautiful Cayman S, (which Lanean drove on

a parade lap around the course), a new Cabriolet, and a GT2 to be

exhibited at the Platz, and there was a member Carrera GT on

display as well. This was an excellent chance to meet PCA members

from the southeast and central Texas areas and to recruit non


Photo provided by Ruben Ledesma

Bryan Henderson, Shelly Burbank, Lanean Hughes, and Michelle Tooley

member Porsche owners to PCA. Door prizes were awarded and a

limited number of Porsche owners joined Lanean on the course for

a couple of parade laps. Ruben Ledesma representing PCA, along

w/Larry Hayes representing IMSA, were instrumental in the

organizing of this event. Porsche Cars North America and Porsche

Motorsports North America hosted PorschePlatz in cooperation

with the International Motorsports Association (IMSA) and the

American Le Mans series, and the PorschePlatz will be repeated at

subsequent races in the series during the year.







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Time Trial #4 and Autocross #3

Photo by Charlie Davis

Photo provided by Charlie Davis

Photo by Charlie Davis

Photo by Charlie Davis

Photo by Charlie Davis

Photo by Charlie Davis

Photo by Gray Cat Graphics

Photo by Gray Cat Graphics

Adam Ussery taking the “family” car out for a Sunday drive.

Tracy Locke getting the hang of the tricky Time Trial corner 4.

Robyn Howard, look out for that GIANT cone on course!

Rocky Johnson getting the checkered flag.

Scott Garner getting a lesson on how to drive fast from papa, Gabby.

Photographer, Charlie Davis, playing with his camera lenses.

Joel Nannis - was that with the new tires or the old corded ones?

Tannia Dobbins and Jeff Herrmann getting used to their new Boxster S.


Photo by Gray Cat Graphics

Time Trial #4 - Saturday 6/3/2006 - Mineral Wells

Class Number Name Car Time Place Points

2 95 Travis Howard Yellow 914 79.042 1 9

65 Robyn Howard Red 944 79.132 2 7

3 44 Chuck McCoy White 944 72.955 1 9

4 31 Mike Lockas White 944 71.259 1 9

111 Kevin Hardison Blue 914 71.901 2 7

5 83 Jeff Atkins Red 911 69.65 1 9

501 Tom Snodgrass Yellow Boxster 70.389 2 7

72 Tracy Locke Silver 944 Turbo 73.302 3 5

57 Joel Nannis Yellow 911S 74.557 4 4

169 Christy Dominick Blue 964 74.648 5 3

9 Marc Thaler Black 944 S2 Cab 75.932 6 2

11 Wendy Shoffit Yellow 911S 76.136 7 1

691 Denny Payne Blue 964 76.603 8 1

6 619 Rocky Johnson White 968 66.371 1 9

205 Mark Steele Red 944S2 67.63 2 7

161 Rick Randall Black 911 Carerra 68.712 3 5

911 Bob Kuykendall Black 911 (13) 68.906 4 4

206 Lisa Steele Red 944S2 69.388 5 3

108 Clint Blackman Silver Boxster 75.037 6 2

34 David Frick Seal Gray Boxster 78.598 7 1

81 Jeff Herrmann Red Boxster S 999.999 8 1

7 204 Bryan Bell Silver 996 68.922 1 9

242 Darron Shaffer W-Green Boxster S (7)72.84 2 7

L 284 Tracey Gross Carmon Red Boxster76.108 1 9

20 Andrea Bell Silver 996 80.142 2 7

OA 8 Dean Yamada White Corvette 65.986 1

61 Mike Bridges Blue Corvette 67.686 2

801 Reb Burroughs Red Corvette 68.648 3

98 Jon Hansen Silver Mustang 71.81 4

OJ 74 Gabby Garner White WRX STI 67.407 1

186 Mitch Williams Red Miata 70.951 2

86 Michael Bridges White Camaro Z-2879.651 3

Top Time Of Day Men : Dean Yamada, Class OA, Time 65.986

Top Time Of Day Ladies : Lisa Steele, Class 6, Time 69.388

Rocky Johnson 66.371

Mark Steele 67.63

Rick Randall 68.712

Bob Kuykendall 68.906

Bryan Bell 68.922

Top 10 Porsche Times

Lisa Steele 69.388

Jeff Atkins 69.65

Tom Snodgrass 70.389

Mike Lockas 71.259

Kevin Hardison 71.901

Mike Brown taking the fast downhill left hander during the Autocross.

Autocross # 3 - Sunday 6/4/2006 - Mineral Wells

Class Number Name Car Time Place Points

2 914 Betty Perrine Orange 914 (Betty) 87.724 1 9

95 Travis Howard Yellow 914 87.83 2 7

65 Robyn Howard Red 944 92.176 3 5

3 111 Kevin Hardison Blue 914 80.495 1 9

44 Chuck McCoy White 944 81.926 2 7

37 Charlie Davis Green 914 83.67 3 5

137 Kevan Davis Green 914 84.217 4 4

16 Fran Ussery Silver 914 85.462 5 3

12 John Reynolds Maroon 914 88.447 6 2

41 Mike Brown Maroon 914 91.596 7 1

91 Adam Ussery Silver 914 91.846 8 1

4 31 Mike Lockas White 944 79.846 1 9

944 Martin Lumpkin Silver 944S 84.815 2 7

726 Joseph Ray Red 911 Carrera 85.147 3 5

6 Michael Underwood Red 911 Carrera 85.297 4 4

332 John Leto Red 914 (G) 86.137 5 3

15 Gary Leto Red 914 (G) 91.099 6 2

5 9 Marc Thaler Black 944 S2 Cab 83.881 1 9

11 Wendy Shoffit Yellow 911S 84.035 2 7

57 Joel Nannis Yellow 911S 85.06 3 5

169 Christy Dominick Blue 964 85.562 4 4

24 Clay Perrine Red 914 (Clay) 87.226 5 3

691 Denny Payne Blue 964 88.866 6 2

6 205 Mark Steele Red 944S2 76.433 1 9

1 Chuck Machala Silver Boxster 77.102 2 7

161 Rick Randall Black 911 Carerra 78.76 3 5

619 Rocky Johnson White 968 78.806 4 4

911 Bob Kuykendall Black 911 (13) 79.512 5 3

206 Lisa Steele Red 944S2 80.027 6 2

501 Tom Snodgrass Yellow Boxster 80.07 7 1

81 Jeff Herrmann Red Boxster S 80.85 8 1

234 Ed Gross Carmon Red Boxster83.015 9 1

77 Tannia Dobbins Red Boxster S 88.288 10 1

7 204 Bryan Bell Silver 996 78.716 1 9

242 Darron Shaffer W-Green Boxster S (7)82.314 2 7

L 284 Tracey Gross Carmon Red Boxster85.72 1 9

20 Andrea Bell Silver 996 87.69 2 7

OA 8 Dean Yamada White Corvette 75.567 1

801 Reb Burroughs Red Corvette 80.823 2

98 Jon Hansen Silver Mustang 81.168 3

849 Michael Burroughs Red Z-28 84.239 4

46 James Ducato Red Mustang 88.072 5

OJ 23 Mike Vasey Silver STI 75.927 1

74 Gabby Garner White WRX STI 77.005 2

131 Robert Jones Red Miata 81.384 3

21 Lorin Stolz Blue Miata 84.048 4

72 Jerrett Jan White Miata 84.979 5

88 James Lo Green Integra 86.222 6

13 James Stephenson Black SER Spec-V 87.806 7

881 Joseph Lo Green Integra 90.168 8

216 Brad Stolz Blue Miata 90.974 9

171 Chris Pratt Silver Miata 91.513 10

Top Time Of Day Men : Dean Yamada, Class OA, Time 75.567

Top Time Of Day Ladies : Lisa Steele, Class 6, Time 80.027

Mark Steele 76.433

Chuck Machala 77.102

Bryan Bell 78.716

Rick Randall 78.76

Rocky Johnson 78.806

Top 10 Porsche Times

Bob Kuykendall 79.512

Mike Lockas 79.846

Lisa Steele 80.027

Tom Snodgrass 80.07

Kevin Hardison 80.495

Photo by Gray Cat Graphics

Photo by Gray Cat Graphics

Betty Perrine’s orange 914/4 having fun amidst the sea of orange cones in the box.

Clay Perrine’s red 914/6 making quick work of the fast cone wall slalom section.


Happy Hour at Hunan Dynasty

by Dennis Chamberlain

This was our second happy hour at Hunan Dynasty in Irving,

almost a year to the day from our last visit there. Hunan's has

large portions with reasonable prices, although according to

Terry Gross, the service was “hit and miss” at best. Mine was great,

but I guess I got lucky. One thing that is consistent is the great view.

While we didn't have any brand new members, we had some

members that we don't see very often, including Kevin Hardison

and Lori McCall, and Robyn, Travis and Carole Howard. We had

32 members in total.

For our July 20 happy hour we're heading back to Razzoo's

in Irving. It's just west of the I-635 and MacArthur, at 1414

Market Place. Hope to see you there!

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Monda Degan and Mark Hanna

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Steve Fallon

Mother, Carole and son, Travis Howard

AX School Photos!

Roger Tollefson

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

Kevin Hardison

Irving, Texas • (972) 849-8512




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

Hector & Laura Alfaro

3932 Granbury Drive

Dallas, TX 75287

1979 911

Thomas Davis & Aimee Nordin

8581 Southwestern Blvd #2138

Dallas, TX 75206

2000 996

Tracy Locke

1117 Mossy Road Drive

Keller, TX 76248

1986 944 Turbo

David & Ann Obeney

1005 Rockton Drive

Wylie, TX 75098

2004 986

Brenda Bottoms

2401 Medford Court West

Fort Worth, TX 76109

2006 997

Mischa Gage

2828 Hood St #501

Dallas, TX 75219

2004 Cayenne S

Stephen & Judy Louden

11454 Reeder Road

Dallas, TX 75229

1979 911

John Reynolds

505 Creekside Drive

McKinney, TX 75071

1972 914

Matt Brody

5815 Glen Heather Drive

Dallas, TX 75252

1998 993

Donald & Karen Gale

P.O. Box 25542

Dallas, TX 75225

2002 996

Charles Marquis

4025 Bashful Drive

Plano, TX 75093

1987 928

Brian Smith

4708 San Gabriel Drive

Dallas, TX 75229

2004 996

Jon Burns

14529 Eaglemont Drive

Little Elm, TX 75068

2000 986

Gergory & Barbara Hanson

1500 Conventry Lane

Southlake, TX 76092

2006 997 S

Josh Mayer

3940 Port Royal

Dallas, TX 75244

1995 911

Lori Suggs

2611 Harrison 86700

Wichita Falls, TX 76308

2006 997

Eriberto Castillo & Hui Wang

10704 Copperwood Wood

Frisco, TX 75035

1999 996

Evans Howell

5723 Meadowcrest Drive

Dallas, TX 75230

1987 911

Jeffery & Melissa Tucker

3601 Turtle Creek Blvd #206

Dallas, TX 75219

1990 911

Michell Tooley

P.O. Box 132993

Dallas, TX 75313

1986 944

Nilo Castillo

P.O. Box 210874

Bedford, TX 76095

1985 928

George Lee & Gil Girard

6114 Tulip Lane

Dallas, TX 75230

2006 997

Gerardo Morgan

5707 Bent Tree Court

Colleyville, TX 76034

2002 997

Axel Volley

14332 Monfort #16204

Dallas, TX 75254

2000 986

John Curry

3110 West Wood Drive

Arlington, TX 76012

1984 928

Anthony Lini

4608 Glenrose Way

Plano, TX 75093

2006 Cayman S

Victor Murray

2804 Paddington Drive

Plano, TX 75092

1986 911

Holland Welsh

3809 Centenary Ave

Dallas, TX 75225

2006 Cayenne S


Camp, John (Joy)

Edwards, Craig (Carol)

Knight, Ron (Kathy)

Thaler, Marc (Bonnie)

Vetkoetter, Jacklin

5 Years


Mc Kinney

Flower Mound



10 Years

Collier, Jim (Diane)

Hodges, Nelson (Sandy)

Holman, George R (Cynthia Giles)

Moultrie, Samuel F Jr (Robin)

Sanders, Gary L. (Paula)






Happy Anniversary!

25 Years

Wright, Roland (Deborah)




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

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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.

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