• AX/TT #6
• Drivers’ Education
• Happy Hour Rio Mambo
• Parade San Diego 2007
September 2007 - Published by the Maverick Region
Porsche Club of America
Zone 5 Presidents ..................................................................1
My Thoughts (Editor’s Column)........................................3
List of Officers/Board Chairs ..............................................4
Catch My Draft (President’s Column) ..............................5
Maverick Minutes ..................................................................8
New Wheels ..........................................................................27
Advertiser Index ..................................................................28
Calendar of Events ................................................................1
Sunday Drive ..........................................................................2
Huffaker-Hughes Hope Charity AX ................................3
Happy Hour at Uncle Julio’s................................................3
Drivers’ Education ................................................................7
Time Trial #6 & Autocross #6..............................................9
Prepare your Car for a Concours ....................................13
DFW Map Rally ..................................................................24
Past Event Recaps
Parade San Diego 2007 ................................................14-17
Happy Hour at Rio Mambo..............................................24
Quarterly Financial Statement..........................................22
2008 Nominating Committee ..........................................22
Rennsport Reunion III ......................................................26
Trivia Contest ......................................................................18
Volume 45 September 2007, Issue 9
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6 Board Meeting (note: Thursday)
15 Time Trial #6 (MW)
16 Autocross #6 (MW)
18 Bedford & Plano Lunches
20 Happy Hour at Uncle Julio’s
22-23 Drivers’ Education (MSR)
25 Addison Lunch
6 Board Meeting
10 Founder’s Day Dinner
11 Sunday Drive
15 Happy Hour
16 Instructor Orientation (EC)
17-18 Drivers’ Education (EC)
20 Bedford & Plano Lunches
27 Addison Lunch
DE - Drivers’ Education event
EC - Eagles Canyon
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
2 Board Meeting
7 Sunday Drive
13 Concours d’Elegance (TMS)
14 Charity Autocross (TMS)
16 Bedford & Plano Lunches
18 Happy Hour
27-28 Drivers’ Education (MSR)
30 Addison Lunch
4 Board Meeting
8 Holiday Party
18 Bedford & Plano Lunches
20 Happy Hour
25 Merry Christmas
Charlie Davis, Wendy & Jasmine Shoffit,
Ed Mayo, Parade 2007 Website, Hart Photography,
and Dennis Chamberlain
Cover Photo by Charlie Davis
Photo of an F-8 Crusader as seen on the flight deck of
the USS Midway during the Parade Victory Banqet.
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by Jan Mayo, Slipstream Managing Editor
Parade has come and gone but the pictures
and the memories remain. What a rush!
Both figuratively and literally. The head rush
of seeing a gazillion Porsches of all shapes, sizes,
models and colors is awesome. And new or old
every Porsche has its very own distinctive sound.
At Parade you get dizzy as you react to the sound,
constantly turning to see who/what is coming or
going. With a new Parade location every year it’s fun to see how
quickly you can maneuver to all the places you want and need to
go (Goodie Store, Registration, Banquet locations). This year
everything was smooshed into 5 days where last year it was 6 and
previously it had been 7. That created the literal rush.
Conversations with old friends were rushed because both of you
were headed to some event or activity. Afternoon events were
rushed so you had time to get gussied up for dinner. And there
was a dinner/award presentation every night. No room to
explore the area or sample local cuisine. I hope this smooshing
will change. I missed seeing and visiting with a lot of friends
because there was no time.
Speaking of rushing . . . The end of the year is on roller
skates heading this way at a very high speed. September’s DE,
October’s Charity AX and Concours, November’s Founders
Day and December’s Christmas Party and much more. Watch
the event calendar so you can pencil in the upcoming activities
and not miss anything.
A new activity that’s about to be in the works is another
Dyno Day. Travis Howard thought that sounded like a good
thing to have so “Viola!” he’s in charge of scheduling one. Stay
Over the year there have been some subtle changes in
Slipstream. Every new Editor takes that liberty to add his or
her own touches. One of the changes you probably won’t see is
the extension of the Slipstream Staff. Or at least I hope there
will be an extension. We’ve grown - substantially. And there
are pieces of the magazine that can be done remotely, then
combined later into one cohesive book. We’re working on a
way to do that. If you have the desire to be a “little” involved
but without taking a huge leap, let me know. I’d love to add
you to the team.
If you didn’t know, there already is a team working in the
background. Since he was editor, Matt Platts has “pinked” the
electronic copy, taking out the previous month’s articles in
preparation for the new month’s information. For the first part
of the year Mike Kuhn helped me by preparing photos and
doing the Trivia page. For more years than I can count Andy
Mears has been our liaison with the Post Office, most recently
facilitating the change from the Dallas to the Fort Worth Bulk
Mail Center. Proof readers Tracey Gross and Tinker Edwards
nit pick the issue for me before anyone else sees it. Lisa Steele
keeps our advertisers happy and their ad copy updated.
Speaking of ads Dennis Chamberlain and Mark Gluck have
been providing the beautiful upcoming event ads. If anyone
was depending on my creativity here we’d have a real problem.
And always at my elbow is Wendy Shoffit with tips, tricks,
advice and often physical presence helping get the book prepared.
But there’s plenty of room for more. And I welcome
anyone with interest.
2007 Maverick Region - Board, Officers & Chairs
James joined PCA in 97 and is active in Club
Racing, Drivers Ed, Autocross and Time Trial.
He instructs at DE, AX, and TT. The track Car
is a 78 911SC. James is a co-owner of a software
development company in Lewisville.
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
Charlie joined PCA & MR in 1970,
having a 1969 911S. He's been Pres. V-Pres,
Zone Rep, & PCR Chair. He's currently the
914 Advocate and drives the Truxster to
AX/TT events. He has a 1972 911S and a
1973 914 2.0.
Dallas, TX 75248
Bob has been a member of PCA since 2004
and is active in Autocrosses and Time Trials.
He is also an instructor for Driver’s Ed events
and drives a 1988 911 Carrera.
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Catch my Draft
by James Shoffit, the Maverick Region President
Well Wendy, Jasmine, and I just got back
from another Davis and Davis Rally. Teri
and Charlie make a wonderful team for
these lighthearted, fun, rallies. This last one was at
the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, so in addition
to having a blast with fellow Porsche people,
we also got a little bit of culture. Which I desperately
Charlie took the photographs, and Teri set
up the sheets and did the timing and scoring. This was a Photo
Rally which is kindof like a scavenger hunt where you go and find
the artwork shown in the picture. Charlie is very tricky with those,
so it took a lot of work to figure some of them out. There was a lot
of camaraderie and helping each other out, since we were in such a
relaxing atmosphere. Everyone got every answer right, so it came
down to who got the answers the fastest.
There are other photo rallies where you have to drive to find
the things you are looking for. There are no specified courses for
the photo rallies – you just wander around until you find everything.
Or time runs out!
Another type of Rally is the Tulip Rally. I don’t think we have
had one of those in a few years, but it is a Time Speed Distance rally
where you get small diagrams of each intersection you come to,
directing you through it. These small illustrations often look like
Tulips, thus the name. The goal for these is to go the speed specified
in the instructions, find all the turns, and complete the rally at
the right time based on when you left. That’s where the time, speed,
and distance come into play.
The traditional Porsche Club TSD Rally (like the competitive
one at Parade) is more tricky – you have a set of instructions and
things to look for to guide your path rather than diagrams of intersections.
The goal is the same – arrive at the perfect time based on
when you left.
Charlie and Teri put a lot of effort into these rallies, and they
have been pretty well attended this year. If any of these sound like
fun, send an email to Teri at email@example.com, and let her know
what you would like. She is also asking for help with ideas and initial
layout of Rallies. Typically we look for interesting roads and
scenery (could be city or country). If you are interested in helping
out – she can fine tune the details and the timing, let her know at
the above email address.
Other job openings I should mention are Editorial Assistance.
Familiarity with a computer is required – and not much else. We
can do the on-the-job training. We are moving towards using
Adobe InDesign to lay out Slipstream now so we can use both Macs
and PCs more efficiently. If you have InDesign experience,WE
WANT YOU. So if you think you can help out in ANY way – and
there are lots of ways to help, some that don’t require much time at
all, please let Jan know at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will love you forever!
We have had a few shifts in the board as well – Dennis, who has
given us about a thousand Happy Hours now, is turning over the
reins to Monda Degan and Mike Lockas. And we have a new
Calendar Person to help us keep all our calendars (web, slipstream,
events, etc) straight – please welcome Robyn Howard!
We also have a nominating committee consisting of Wendy
Shoffit, Jan Mayo, and Travis Howard. If you want to run for any
elected position (President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer),
please let them know at email@example.com. Crickets ? All I
can hear is Crickets ?
I haven’t heard many reports from the lunches, except the
Lewisville one. Hey, if ANYONE is going to ANY of them (besides
Lewisville), please write me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you haven’t
figured out the pattern by now.
The hot season (can you call it that since it took so long to
break 100 degrees?) is almost over, and our driving season is about
to get started and finish off with a bang. We have an AX/TT weekend
coming up on Sept 15/16 in Mineral Wells and our Season
Finale Charity Autocross is on Oct 14th at Texas Motor Speedway.
The DE season is going to be rolling again with Drivers
Education events at Motorsport Ranch in September and October
so you can get your skills up to try out Eagles Canyon in November.
They have been doing a lot of work there to get the track ready for
us, and we can’t wait to try out the new track.
And Founders Day will be on November 10th at a place called
Austin Ranch in Grapevine. Stay tuned for more details.
Come on out and join the fun! See you soon!
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August Board meeting. In attendance: James
Shoffit, Wendy Shoffit, Jan Mayo, Teri Davis,
Charlie Davis, Christy Dominick, Denny Payne,
Lisa Steele, Bob Kuykendall, Joel Nannis, Colin
Graidage, Mark Gluck, and Travis Howard.
James called the meeting to order at 7:04
PM. He then declined to comment, preferring to
save his remarks until the end of the meeting. He did introduce
Colin as our new DE Chair.
Colin’s first report was short and sweet: All critical positions
are filled. Joel chimed in and said we are possibly looking
into a night DE at TMS for next year.
Denny continues to update the website. He needs event
chairs to contact him via e-mail to ensure the website has accurate
information about their events.
Wendy took this opportunity to tell Teri that her rally on
the 18th is not on the website. She also said the results of the
last rally are also not there. She will send everyone a list of what
needs to be updated on the website. We discussed whether the
Club Race page should be pulled or left as it is.
This led to a discussion of the DE ad for Slipstream. Wendy
mentioned that submitting a word document with embedded
photos was problematic for use with Quark. Bob K suggested
that DE ads should show more street cars and not so many race
cars. Colin promised to have better pictures next time. At the
moment we’re looking for DE pictures. Someone suggested that
Dennis Chamberlain might have some.
Christy asked about artwork for the Selcer trophy. Jan had
it. She will scan it and send it to Christy. Someone suggested
we should list all the past Selcer winners on the website. Christy
said we needed do a Goodie Store ad and wondered what size?
Jan suggested both a full and half page ad be produced.
Lisa suggested we have several tiers of advertisers, to make
it easier to locate important sponsor’s ads in prominent places.
We clarified that all Slipstream advertisers get website ads too.
Lisa said she was ready to send invoices for 2008 Slipstream
advertising and wondered if we were happy with ad rates. We
weren’t. Bob K mentioned that he thought that we had agreed
to bump ad rates. Joel made a motion that we raise the ad rates
15% without a second. Wendy made a motion that we increase
ad rates 20% and it passed unanimously.
Bob K passed out copies of our quarterly financial report.
He explained that the apparent loss of $26,000 was a bit misleading.
First, $10,000 was the loss from the recent Club Race.
Much of the rest is due to our having to make deposits on the
venues for future events (AX, TT, and DE). Lastly, we bill our
advertisers on a yearly basis, which is pending. He insists that
our financial standing is not nearly as dire as it appears, and that
adding a third fall DE should help our cash situation.
Travis reported that tech inspection has been slow this
month. He inquired if we have ever had a Dyno Day? We have,
but it has been several years. We discussed having one again.
Mark said he will start laying out ads, real-soon-now.
Teri reported that the walking rally of the Nasher sculpture
center is almost ready. Bob K announced his company, the Beck
Group, will sponsor the event, absorbing the $8.00 entry fee. A
standing ovation ensued.
Joel thinks we have over 1300 members, but he didn’t seem
too sure about this. He announced he had over 61 registrations
for the September DE. He further reported that Joe McGlohen
has resigned as Safety Chair. Bob Benson is the new Safety
Chair for DE’s. Darron Shaffer continues as safety chair for AX-
Charlie brought the Truxster insurance and license renewal
paperwork and gave it to Bob K for payment.
Jan asked about the September Board Meeting. We had
decided to have it on Thursday instead of Tuesday, due to the
holiday. She needed ads. She mentioned that without a sponsor
the charity autocross would probably lose money, somewhat
defeating its purpose. Wendy wondered if Keith can get us a
Wendy made a motion that the region purchase a copy of
Adobe InDesign (which is a $199 upgrade from PageMaker).
The motion passed.
Jan again stressed that she needs Parade stuff. She is looking
for one article per major event at the Parade.
James, after making us wait two hours, only announced that
the winter National Board Meeting was scheduled for February
2. The location has not yet been decided. James adjourned the
meeting at 8:55 PM.
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Peparing Your Car for a Maverick Concours d’ Elegance
by Bob Bianconi
Tips and Tricks from Our Judges
Our May@Mayo’s Concours event drew lots of interest
and participation. The cars were well prepared and
were separated only by a few points within each class.
So what’s it take to beat the car sitting next to you? That’s the
idea, right? Well, read on. This is the first of 2 articles on
Concours car preparation. This article will explain some common
exterior preparation mistakes as seen by our judging
teams. A future article will discuss preparing your interior.
So, with microfiber towel (and beer) in hand, follow
some of these tips and tricks from our judging teams and
you’re almost guaranteed to… have a really clean car. And,
maybe even collect a trophy at our Fall Concours.
Waxing is good: too much wax is bad. After you apply a
nice coat of wax, go back and look for wax buildup between
body panels, on door/hood edges, around the Porsche
crest(!) and on rubber trim. Use your towel or even a few Q-
tips to wipe away excess wax. (Note: after a beer or two, this
may actually become good therapy). This doesn’t take long
and it may make the difference between first place and second.
Judges will always look for wax buildup in nooks and
Another common mistake: Many folks spend all of their
time putting a nice finish on their paint to the exclusion of
the rest of the exterior. Pay attention to things like smudgefree
glass, clean the visible portion of your brake calipers,
clean the gas cap area and wipers/blades and don’t forget
you’ll want bug-free license plates. Check out the judging
guidelines on the Maverick Concours page for a list of
things the judges look for (see link at the end of the article).
This list is really your best guide for car preparation.
Quoting one of our judges…
You may lose a point or two for untouched-up rock
chips. Use a tooth pick and let a tiny drop of paint flow into
the chip through capillary action. Touchup techniques
could be an entire article unto itself. Better yet; go to the carcare-online
website for everything you ever wanted to know
about paint touchup (see the “How-To” link on the left)
Make sure your rubber trim has a deep black uniform
look to it. A number of products are available to turn that
washed-out trim back to black such as Back-to-Black,
Vinylex, etc. Got a white wax residue on your black rubber
trim? Rub some peanut butter on it! Betcha the residue disappears.
Wheels are easy. Take them off, lay them face down on
the lawn, scrub everything in sight with strong soap (Dawn
dish washing detergent again) and a stiff brush. Flip them
right side up and continue with the cleaning. Next, wax
them. 356 steel wheels are gray paint or chrome and take
the wax well. Fuchs mags with flat black areas should not
be waxed but the polished portion can be. Wheels painted
body color take wax as well as the rest of the paint. While
the wheels are off, touch up the lug nuts if needed.
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San Diego Parade 2007 - The Competition
photos by Charlie Davis & Ed Mayo
Lanean Hughes won the coveted Zone Representative award posthumously
Maverick Region won the 1st Place award ($1500 to the Hope Shelter)
Concours: Ed Mayo - 3rd Place (0.2 of a point from a 3-way tie for 1st)
Rally: James & Wendy Shoffit 1st Place Unequipped
Jerry & Myra Sutton 12th Place
Carey Spreen, Mimi Spreen - 3rd Place
James Shoffit, Ed Mayo, Erin Ussery - 2nd Place
Wendy Shoffit, Jan Mayo, Fran Ussery - 1st Place
Carey Spreen - 4h Place
Teri Davis - 2nd Place
Kids Autocross ‘07
Dedicated to the memory of Lanean Hughes
“We Miss You”
Zone Challenge: Sand Castle Honorable Mention
Tug of War - 2nd Place
Overall Challenge - 2nd Place
Jan is smooth at the Autocross
While Carey lifts a wheel
The engine judge deducted 0 points
on Ed Mayo’s car in the Concours
strategy while the
rope is being placed
James Shoffit & Carey
Spreen hold down the
anchor . ..
while Erin Ussery & Steve
Reyna give it their all.
Smiling Zone 5-ers takes home a
second in the Tug of War.
Ithought the San Diego Parade was really cool. I’m sure the next
one will be good, too.
To me, the most hectic part of going to Parade is the packing
and the drive there, but mostly the packing because it’s hard to
pick what outfits to pack and all the shoes and accessories that go
with them. But this trip was a little bit cooler because Geneva
Spreen came with us most of the time.
On the drive there we went through Carlsbad Caverns in
New Mexico. It was really cool. There were a ton of bats and cave
swallows that live there. When we were waiting for the bats to
come out, we kept looking at our watches wondering why they
were so late. My dad finally realized that he forgot about the Time
Zone change. It turned out we were one hour behind! The caverns
were really cool
and deep. It was very
humid and slippery.
We spent the night in
El Paso. The hotel was
very confusing. There
were two towers and
paths that connected
between them. Odd
numbers in one building
and even numbers
in the other. We met up
with quite a few people
When we got to
San Diego on Friday, we were pretty tired, so we checked in and
went to our room. I have to admit I actually thought it would be
nicer. Oh well, we can’t always get what we want. The next day we
checked out the mall. It was really cool. We then got registered for
Parade. Then in the evening we had dinner at a restaurant in the
mall, called the Crocodile Café. We got dessert at the Cheesecake
Factory. The line was out the door and down the street!
Sunday while my mom worked in registration, my dad and I
hung out. We
met a really
n a m e d
Then later in
the day, we
most of us
had, there was a special kid’s area. No adults allowed, unless they
had a little kid.
On Monday it was the Concours. My dad had to get there
earlier to work, so my mom and I slept in and went there later. It
was very hot and sunny outside and unfortunately for us, we forgot
to put on sunscreen and got major sunburns. The cars were
Photo from Charlie Davis
photo by Jasmine Shoffit
My Parade - A Kid’s View
by Jasmine Shoffit - age 10
photo by Wendy Shoffit
really clean and pretty, but one of my favorites was a green one
with a smiley face on the front. I took a lot of neat pictures of cars.
You might even see one of my pictures here. That night was the
Concours banquet, so that meant babysitting for me and the rest
of the kids. It was pretty nice. It had a movie, two laptops, Legos,
a video game, and snacks and drinks. Most of us just played hide
and go seek. I wish I could have done the slot cars during the
babysitting, but we weren’t allowed to unless we were accompanied
by our parents. But they were having a long boring fish
smelling dinner instead. We were pretty lucky to have pizza!
Tuesday I hung out with Geneva and her mom while my parents
rallied. During most of the time, there was an art class for
kids. After we finished the crafts there, we went swimming.
Geneva finally learned how to dive by some older kids who taught
her how. There was also the ice
cream social and the beach party
that day. During the beach party,
my parents won first place in their
first Parade rally. Yay! The water in
the ocean was very cold, but I
waded in pretty deep anyway.
The next day was the
autocross. We had to get up super
early for that because my parents
had to walk the course. Why can’t
Jasmine’s 1st in the Art Show! they just bike it like I did in the
Kids’ Autocross? We went to lunch
at Carl’s, Jr. They make a mean Teriyaki Burger! Yummmm! For
dinner we went to Sea World. Most of the lines were too long for
us to ride. The banquet dinner was really good, but I fell asleep in
the middle of the award ceremony. Then my parents woke me just
in time for the fireworks. They were so close I could smell them
burning and I could feel the rumble when they were launched.
On the last day, we went to the San Diego Zoo. There were so
many different kinds of plants and animals. We saw a peacock that
had escaped and was eating Doritos on the sidewalk. My parents
went to the last dinner on the USS Midway, but Geneva and I
stayed again at babysitting. We had fun.
This Parade was an amazing experience that I will never forget.
But, of course that’s just like all the other amazing Parades. I
can’t wait ‘til next year!
Parade Tech Quiz
by Teri Davis
This Parade’s Tech Quiz was different. History questions were
included and it also was shorter - 50 questions instead of the
normal 100. This cut the time in half, but that didn’t matter
much to me as five minutes was plenty to cover as much technical
knowledge as I have. I spent another half hour trying to “logic” out
some answers, but it comes down to either you know it or you don’t.
Even those who are experts mis-guessed some of the multiple choice
questions. Nevertheless, it’s an interesting exercise and I’m sure the
gear-heads enjoyed it.
Photos from he Parade Website
My First Parade Rally
by Wendy Shoffit
Thinking about our upcoming trip to Parade in San Diego,
James and I decided several months ago that we would take
our (new to us) 1983 911 SC to Parade rather than bring the
race prepared 1978 911 SC. While we knew we were giving up the
extra oomph we have become accustomed to for the autocross, we
wanted to try something different and knew we wouldn’t last 4
hours in race seats with no a/c. We had never participated in the
TSD rally in any of the six Parades we’d attended. Maybe we were
too intimidated by everyone’s opinions of it, maybe we were afraid
of getting too hot, or maybe we just couldn’t fit Jasmine in the back
of the race car with the full roll cage. Whatever the reasoning, we
didn’t do it until this year.
In preparation for our new adventure, we decided to take
Teri Davis’ TSD rally school in June. She’d said that the focus
would be on the Parade rally and she wouldn’t go easy on us,
wanting us to be really prepared. Despite maxing out two of the
three legs, we actually FOUND the one that most people didn’t
and ended up taking first place. Amazing! It was not without a
price, though, as I spent much of it thoroughly peeved after we
maxed the first leg, when we fell for a trap and I thought we could
have done better.
Many of you know that I’m a tad bit on the competitive side.
Okay okay…a LOT on the competitive side… so far gone that I
can’t even see the line! I get irritated with myself when I perform
poorly at autocrosses and am not much fun to be around then.
Few people in this world have seen me at my worst, “casually tossing”
a pool cue when I miss a critical shot or nearly beating my
doubles tennis partner to death for hitting me in the back during
his serve… TWICE! So, when I have heard countless stories of
couples wanting to kill each other after a TSD rally, I had pretty
much figured I had set myself up for failure. I decided at that
point to change my definition of success. If I made it through
without getting upset and tried to enjoy myself, I would count
that as winning. If we happen to do well in the standings… so be
it. My mantra became, “The fate of the world won’t be decided if
we win a trophy.” I scribbled it down on every paper in the rally
packet to remind me, along with smiley faces. Yeah, I know it was
cheesy, but it worked. Only
one time did I get frustrated,
but we worked through it.
Myra & Jerry Sutton going for their
Teri accurately predicted
two traps the rallymaster
used and we didn’t fall for
either of them! I also decided
that I’d let James be the
only driver and worry about
the speed changes and I
would be the navigator,
reading ahead and looking for the clues. James and I worked very
well as a team and never felt completely lost. We did, however,
lose track of what time of day it was in the middle during a break.
You end up getting so wrapped up in minutes, half minutes,
100ths of a minute that the hour simply falls away. This prompted
one of the more memorable exclamations of, “What the hell
time is it?” Okay, so maybe there was a *little* more frustration at
times. Sometimes it was more at the cars ahead, clearly going way
under the designated speed (“MY sheet shows a CAST of 34…
why are you going 27???) or at a stop light that went over the time
Photos from the Parade Websie
allowance (how RUDE). But, believe it or not, we actually SAW
the scenery along the way! Southern California is spectacular. I
highly recommend it.
At the end of the rally, we had met our goal. Have fun, not get
too mad, and avoid a divorce attorney at all costs. We tallied up
our results and were happy with our calculated score… three hundred
something. The lower the score the better. At every checkpoint
you’re given your elapsed time. Your score is calculated in
the hundredths of a minute that your time is off of the perfect
time for that leg. One point is given per hundredth of a minute
you’re either fast or slow. Zero is the perfect score. (We didn’t have
any zeroes.) We turned in our scorecards, enjoyed the ice cream
social, and hung out that afternoon by the pool with the Spreens
while Jasmine and Geneva happily swam. It was a good day.
That evening was the beach party. We watched everyone
make sand castles, nearly killed ourselves in the tug of war contest
(for the Zone Challenge), and watched in amusement while some
people participated in the Frisbee challenge. After the Mexican
buffet dinner, everyone gathered around the clubhouse building
to watch the rally awards. We stood around Myra and Jerry Sutton
who asked if we’d seen the results. We hadn’t thought much about
it, but decided we
wanted it to be a
surprise if we were
in trophy range.
We’d heard a few
mentions of some
high scores and
realized our score
wasn’t the worst!
When they got to
class, they started
James & Wendy blown away at their
first 1st place Rally Award
around 12th place
with the Suttons
winning that trophy with a score of 902. Oh cool! Since I thought
our score was in the 300s, we realized we’d won a trophy, but how
good? The scores were dropping, the place was getting better and
better. They finally called our names with a score of 261 and
FIRST place (out of 72 cars)! I may be bad at math, but it turns
out that I do okay at rallying. Excitement and elation followed as
we went to the front to collect our trophies AND special
Yokohama jackets. It was awesome! People try for years to get this
coveted place and here we were able to achieve it our first time
I think maybe we ought to quit while we’re ahead, as perhaps
the only way to go from here is down. Nah… it was too much fun.
Next time, we’ll even bring a digital watch so we don’t leave a
minute late from a checkpoint because James can’t read which
minute his analog watch is on! I wonder how low our score could
have been if we’d had an accurate time piece? Hmmmmm… I
guess we’ll have to find out next year in Charlotte. Is the scenery
pretty there? I wonder. Why don’t you come with us next year and
see for yourselves?! Remember to have fun and for SURE take
Teri’s rally school! Thanks, Teri!
More Parade 2007 - The Cars and The People
Hans Peter Porsche
Linda, Betty Jo and Leonard Turner
Erin & Fran smiling
Jessica & Aubrey goofing
It’s Easy To Play:
Enter online at http://mav.pca.org or email
answers to: Trivia@mavpca.org. Thanks to
Jerry DeFeo for putting this together!
Rules: 1 Point per each correct answer. 1 entry per
member. Drawing to tie break. Deadline 9/30/07.
Congratulations to our July
Other 1st Places to: James Milton and Jeff Gann,
Last place honors to: Tom Snodgrasss
May Answers: 1) a 2) b 3) b 4) a 5) a
$25 gift certificate to:
1. Who was Ferdinand Porsche's Chauffeur?
a. Kurt Pohl b. Stefan Wanahous c. Josef Goldinger
d. Karl Kausch
2. What was the color of the OEM Distributor Cap for
a. Dark Brown b. Burnt Orange c. Lt Cream
d. Med Blue
3. What device was used to determine the amount of
Gasoline in the Early Volkswagens?
a. the Oil Dipstick b. Fuel Gauge in Dash
c. Fuel Gauge in the Gas Cap d. Wooden Dipstick
4. "Butzi" was the nickname for:
a. Peter b. Ferdinand Jr c. Ferdinand III
d. Ferdinand IV
5. Who was the OE Manufacturer of the Carburetors
on the first Production 911's?
a. Weber b. Zenith c. Bosch d. Solex
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Yearly Totals thru June 2007
NATIONAL SUBSIDY 7,308.00
Track rental and expenses (12,269.55)
Total Autocross/ TT (2,871.89)
Registrations and sponsorships 43,113.76
Track rental and expenses (53,680.79)
Total Club Race (10,567.03)
Registrations and sponsorships 53,345.69
Track rental and expenses (52,453.32)
Total Driver Education 892.37
Social registrations 1,987.07
Founder’s Day expense ‘06 (1,190.36)
New members’ party & badges (399.12)
Holiday Party ‘06 (2,133.08)
Wine Tasting (754.07)
May at Mayo’s (2,047.21)
Murder Mystery (1,440.00)
Total Social (5,976.77)
Inventory Purchases (1,220.31)
Total Goodie Store (697.53)
Net Rally Receipts 136.68
CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE (422.87)
Advertising income 1,375.00
Printing and postage (13,767.19)
Total Slipstream (12,392.19)
Banking (C.D. interest) 526.72
Admin Exp and Board Mtgs (1,589.77)
Total Admin (1,063.05)
Total Charitable (945.55)
Truxster Expenses (660.19)
YEAR TO DATE INCOME (26,733.02)
PLUS BEGINNING OF YEAR
Chase Checking account 54,037.40
Chase Money Market 37,378.16
EQUALS END OF 2ND QTR:
Chase Checking account 27,582.65
Chase Money Market 37,904.88
Outstanding Checks (804.99)
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Let’s see – we learned last December that Rio
Mambo is a Mexican Food restaurant. We learned
that it was inexpensive, and that the food was good.
And Judy Brodigan gave us a tip – to try the seafood
quesadillas. This time, we assembled first in the bar
and found that it
is colorful and
It was deja
vu all over again
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Demas (the “car
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miles on my car?”
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DFW Map Rally
Saturday, September 29, 2007
Please join us for an exciting afternoon of driving fun, whether
you drive a sports car, vintage car or family sedan!
Sanctioned & staged by
The Texas Region, Sports Car Club of America
Texas Region SCCA Regional RoadRally Series Event #6
This exciting auto rally will begin at the
Mapsco Map & Travel Center,
1811 Preston Road (at Forest Lane), Dallas, TX 75230
Finish location to be announced.
Each entry requires: Licensed driver with proof of auto insurance • A navigator • A clipboard or
other hard writing surface • Pen or pencil
No previous rally experience required!
The event will be something entirely new in RoadRally for the DFW area ... a map rally based on
the British fave “Plot and Bash.” Entrants will be given a genuine Mapsco map and a set of rules.
Using these rules, they will determine the proper route on the map, and then drive that route. You
will note certain landmarks along the route to let us know that you went the correct way.
The entrant’s experience determines the class declared (First Timer, Novice, General or Master). Minor children
(under 18) must have a signed release from both parents.
Entry fee: $30 at the event for SCCA members
$35 for non-members • $5 discount for pre-registering
To pre-register, visit
For more information on the RoadRally Series, visit www.texasscca.org
This is the 6th event in the 2007 Texas Region SCCA RoadRally Series,
a projected seven event championship of entertaining road rallies.
Vote for your favorite
Hope to see you there!
Porsche Rennsport Reunion III
by Porsche Club of America
Porsche Rennsport Reunion III
Daytona International Speedway
November 2-4, 2007
Featuring the Legendary 917 and 956/962
Porsche Club of America members will have the
opportunity to spend an evening with fellow members
and Porsche racing legends during the PCA Dinner Gala
event at Rennsport Reunion III, to be held the evening of
November 3, 2007 in the “500 Club” at the world famous
Daytona International Speedway. But you will need to
act quickly, as only 450 seats are available for this special
Dinner registration will open on Tuesday, September
18, 2007. PCA members will be able to visit www.pca.org
to obtain the dinner registration form, which must be
mailed (US Postal Service) with a check to the PCA
National Office. Dinner registrations will be taken on a
first come, first served basis, postmarked no earlier than
the opening day of registration. If the dinner is sold out
on the first day, Parade oversubscription procedures will
apply. Tickets are $40 per person. A cash bar will be
available. Speakers are being arranged by Porsche Cars
Rennsport Reunion III is a PCNA event, administered
by Brian Redman’s Intercontinental Events and the
Daytona International Speedway.
In addition to the banquet, PCA will be assisting
with several activities:
1. Porsche model-specific parking corrals
2. “History of Porsche” car display (with Carrera
Club Coupe special exhibit)
3. Supervised track touring
4. PCA Hospitality and membership area
5. Scrutineering of the racecars
6. PCA Dinner – Evening of November 3, 2007 as
7. PCA volunteers to assist with our involvement
We are still seeking superb original examples of each
Porsche production model for the “History of Porsche”
display, which will run for three days, November 2-4,
2007. Production models will include those marketed by
Porsche as distinct models. For example, in the earlynineties
911 (964) line, the C4, C2 and Turbo will each be
represented. Vehicles chosen to represent the different
models will include a variety of body styles (Cabriolet,
Targa, Coupe). The PCA Rennsport committee will
make the final vehicle selections. Please contact the display
chairman, Steve Gaglione
or 813 -978-3433 for an application
if you are interested in
participating in this unique
display. (For vintage/historic
racecars or PCA Club Race
cars, please go directly to the
official Rennsport site,
We are also still looking for PCA volunteer workers
to assist with the various activities listed above. Special
commemorative shirts will be provided to the volunteers
by Porsche Cars North America, to acknowledge their
participation. To volunteer, please contact Bob and Dora
Barren at firstname.lastname@example.org or 904-268-8877 in the
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Czajlowski, Joseph (Mary)
Irving, TX 75038
2007 Cayman S
Farless, Blaine (Skye)
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Mansfield, TX 76063
2003 996 C2
Hancock, Scott (Jane)
Dallas, X 75205
Harris, Marvin (Kenya)
Plano, TX 75025
Herring, Ben (Mary)
Fort Worth, TX 76109
2007 997 CS
Kaba, Nimetula (Ajfer)
Flower Mound, TX 75022
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Plano, TX 75025
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Dallas, TX 75244
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Azel, TX 76020
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Dallas, TX 75214
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McKinney, TX 75070
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Lewisville, TX 75057
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Dallas, TX 75209
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Plano, TX 75024
Southlake, TX 76092
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Richardson, TX 75080
Tyson, Darryl (Beth)
Dallas, TX 75225
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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
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
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Wheels & Tires: 996 Chrome 18" Hollow Spoke Turbo Wheels: with
Michelin PS2 tires. Take offs from 2004 C4S with 11,300 miles. Fits 996
C2S, C4S and TT.Chrome/colored Porsche center caps and chrome
Porsche logo valve stem caps. Wheels are excellent, Tires are fair with some
miles left. Rear 18x11 1/2 and fronts 18x8.In Plano. $1300.00 for the set.
Larry 972-342-5000. PCA/Maverick Region Member. (3)
Meticulously maintained 2004 911 C4S Cabriolet: This "as new" 2004
Cabriolet has only 9,500 miles on the clock and is pristine in every respect.
It is black with a limited edition (one of 200) tan leather interior. It has the
much sought after Tiptronic S transmission. This flawless car can be seen
by appointment. Please call 469-964-3102. Asking price: $66,000.00.
For Sale: 2.7L core motor $500.00. Motor is a complete long block assembly
(no intake or exaust systems). Great for a rebuild or parts. S/N indicates
it is from 1975, and I autocrossed it in a 914 until about until four
years ago. Must pick up in San Antonio. David Humphries 210-710-7950
For Sale: 1985 white carrera coupe, 58,100 original miles, 5 speed.
Original through out and always garaged. No body damage or repaint.
Radiator type external oil cooler. Full blue leather interior, std electric
seats, blue head liner. Front and rear spoilers, sun roof, factory air.
Original 7 and 8 inch forged alloy wheels with Crested hubs, car cover, cd
player, amber for lights, tail lights and side marker lights, rear fog light,
H4 headlights with painted rings, head light washers. Two electric side
mirrors, electric windows. 231 hp Euro model with original Euro front
plate, all documentation, manuals and records. Fresh tune by Mayo. This
is a beautiful air cooled car and everything works. May be the finest 1985
available? David Higbee 817-909-0625 cell. firstname.lastname@example.org (3)
For Sale: Fikse FM5 17” x 8.5” (2) & 17” x 10” (2). Color: “Race Black.”
Full set of Hoosier R6s mounted and ready to go. Rears fully rebuilt by
Fikse last year (centers, seals, etc.). Hoosiers are not down to wear bars.
$1500 seems fair ($3800 new). Dave C: 214-808-2440 (best way),
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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
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