• Father’s Day Picnic
• Sunday Drive
• Rally School
• Wild Wildflowers
• May at Mayo’s
June 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
Father’s Day Picnic ................................................................2
Sunday Drive ..........................................................................2
Rally School ............................................................................2
Happy Hour at CHAMPPS ................................................3
Time Trial #5 at MW ............................................................7
Autocross #5 at MW..............................................................7
PCA Member Raffle............................................................10
Past Event Recaps
Wild Wildflowers ................................................................13
May at Mayo’s ......................................................................14
Time Trial #2 ........................................................................16
Happy Hour at Mac’s Grill ................................................24
In the Zone..............................................................................9
From the Tech Q&A..............................................................9
Porsche Club of America News ........................................22
Trivia Contest ......................................................................18
3 Sunday Drive
5 Board Meeting
9-10 LSR DE at TWS
10 Rally School
12 Lewisville Lunch
17 Father’s Day Picnic
19 Bedford & Plano Lunches
21 Happy Hour at CHAMPP’s
26 Addison Lunch
30 Time Trial #5 MW
7 Board Meeing
14 Lewisville Lunch
16 Happy Hour
21 Bedford & Plano Lunches
28 Addison Lunch
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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
1 Autocross #5 MW
1-5 Parade in San Diego
10 Board Meeting
10 Lewisville Lunch
17 Bedford & Plano Lunches
19 Happy Hour at Rio Mambo
21 Rally to Post Parade Party
31 Addison Lunch
6 Board Meeing (note: Thursday)
11 Lewisville Lunch
15 Time Trial #6 MW
16 Autocross #6 MW
18 Bedford & Plano Lunches
20 Happy Hour
22-23 Drivers’ Education MSR
25 Addison Lunch
Charlie Davis, Clint Blackman,
Wendy Shoffit, Bob Bianconi
Cover Photo by Wendy Shoffit
May Sunday Drive through the Bluebonnets
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2007 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents
Ron J. Gaubert
ZONE 5 REP
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by Jan Mayo, Slipstream Managing Editor
The term R.S.V.P. comes from the French expression
"répondez s'il vous plaît", meaning "please respond".
Or from my New Mexico world (it’s up to you to put
in the Spanish/Indian inflections), respond por favor. In
any language it means, Tell Me You’re Coming, and if you
tell me you’re coming, COME. It’s just good manners.
So that saying my next thought is on the Father’s
Day Picnic (gaze left). It’s a grand laid back day with an
easy people’s choice concours/wash and shine and food and pool and hot
dogs and games (for big and small) and munchies and snacks. And in
order to not have 43 bags of chips and no guacamole Tracey needs you
to RSVP to coordinate all that.
Speaking of concours, and not the easy one at Father's Day but
more like the serious one at May at Mayo's, it takes a lot of work to prepare
a car. But it also takes a lot of work and dedication to be a judge.
Bob Bianconi had three pairs of judges for M at M's who have judged at
Parades for several years. For a region that doesn't "do" concours that's
pretty amazing. If you have any interest in being a judge talk with one
of these guys (see Bob's article on pg 15) to find out more. Then check
out the folks at Parade. They take their judging responsibility as seriously
as the contestants. There is a growing need for dedicated judges on both
the regional level and the national level. So come on and jump on in,
the water's fine.
Oh, speaking of water, the Bell's have a glorious pool so, after you've
rsvp'd to Tracey that you're coming to the Father's Day picnic and
concours, pack the back of your Porsche with your suits and towels
along with your general cleaning supplies. It's going to be a glorious
So.... did you all enjoy the segues from rsvp to concours to judging
and back to rsvp?? Welcome to my world of logic.
It’s M U R R R D E R!
WHAT: Interactive Murder Mystery Dinner with
“Entertainment presented by Keith and Margo’s
MURDER MYSTERIES of Texas”
Saturday, August 4 at 7:30pm.
Old Mill Inn at Fair Park
MINIMUM # REQUIRED: 40 guests (Otherwise the
event will cancel….please RSVP NO LATER THAN
ATTIRE: Upscale casual (no jeans, t-shirts or sneakers
PRICE IS $64 PER PERSON and INCLUDES: Hors
d’oeuvre reception, three course gourmet dinner,
totally interactive whodunit, all taxes and all
gratuities. A Cash Bar will be available as well.
PRE-PAYMENT IS REQUIRED. Your seats are not
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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. Track Car is
a 78 911SC, and the search for a daily driver
Porsche is in progress. James is a co-owner
of a software development company in
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.
DE Co-Chair /
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Catch my Draft
by James Shoffit, the Maverick Region President
Absolutely, positively dead last. That’s
where I placed at our first Concours
event. At least we can all sleep at night
knowing that the president doesn’t get any special
privileges at the events! After the scoring
was all done, I was chatting with Bob Bianconi,
the Concours chair, and told him I couldn’t
believe I came in last place. He quickly said
“oh, no you didn’t, some guy only got 88 points out of the 140.”
I then reminded him that I WAS the one that got the 88 points!
When I was a kid I was in a bowling league. I was horrible
at it. Lowest scores of anyone in our league. But at the end
of the season I had brought my average up so much that I got
this absolutely huge trophy declaring me “Most Improved”. I
am sure hoping Bob has one of those awards for me at the end
of this year – I think that’s the most I can hope for!
Bob ran an absolutely fabulous event – 32 people showed
up in spite of it raining all day long. It was so well organized,
and punctual; it was a pleasure to participate in and attend.
And next time I expect to at LEAST earn Next To Last Place.
In other news, one of our great Autocross, Time Trial, and
DE participants and former AX/TT Tech Inspection chair suffered
a horrific accident. (I will save you the agony and tell
you this has a happy ending). Rick Randall was home alone
swimming in his pool when he
dove in head first and hit the
steps. He broke 6 of the 7 vertebrae
in his neck, completely
crushing number 5. He heard it
all snap and knew he was paralyzed.
Somehow he got himself
OUT of the pool using nothing
but his chin – he will have to
show us that trick when he
completely recovers. He yelled
for help for about 40 minutes
until a neighbor heard him and
they careflighted him to the
hospital in Fort Worth. He had
We’ll see you back out in the sun
real soon Rick!
surgery on his neck, replacing bone with titanium, and gluing
the rest back together, and now he has motion in all limbs and
is already up and walking. He will have to wear the big halo
device for the next 3 months, which means he won’t have to
wear a tie for a while. (Has anyone ever seen Rick in a tie ?
Can’t remember…) Anyway, he spent a couple of weeks in the
hospital, and will spend a couple more in rehab, then he will
be back home for the next 3 months till he gets the halo off.
Amazing that he lived (first of all), that he wasn’t paralyzed,
and that he has full use of his limbs. Luckiest guy on earth. Of
course anyone who has seen him drive knows he is lucky every
time he saves a spin!
Photos by Charlie Davis
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start emailing event notices and other pertinent information, so if
you are interest in those, make sure your email address is correct.
In June we have the Father’s Day Picnic at a new location
– Autocross and Time Trial chair Bryan Bell and Autocross
and Time Trial Registration chair Andrea Bell are hosting the
event. Their house is one of the neatest houses I have visited,
and is well worth the drive out there. Look for more details on
Then on June 30/July 1, we have another Time
Trial/Autocross weekend in Mineral Wells – come on out and
try it out if you haven’t before. We’ll even loan you a helmet if
you want. I won’t be at that weekend’s festivities – I will be
driving to Parade in San Diego – but don’t let that stop you!
Come on out and join the fun! See you soon!
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by Charlie Davis
James convened the meeting at 7:15 PM. He
started off with a sad announcement concerning
Rick Randall, who recently broke his
neck diving into his swimming pool. He said an
operation was pending to fuse vertebrae in his
neck. Wendy volunteered to send flowers when
Rick gets out of ICU.
James then mentioned he and Wendy had a conversation
with the Parade Kids chair in San Diego. She was struggling
for a T-shirt budget. One of the T-shirts will honor our late
Lanean Hughes, who was instrumental in creating various
Parade activities for children. James suggested that Maverick
Region sponsor the Parade Kids T-shirts at the 2007 Parade.
However there were some issues with the Parade Treasurer.
We volunteered Teri, who was not in attendance, to contact
San Diego and see if it’s possible for us to donate $550 for
these shirts, without reducing the Parade Kids budget.
Wendy asked if everyone had seen the Panorama article
about the new Hope Shelter. She plans to submit our sponsorship
of that building project in the 2007 Charity Contest.
Jan, as usual, needs information about all pending events
and articles concerning previous events.
Bob B reported there were 32 cars registered for the concours
to be held at Cinco de Mayo at Mayo’s. He and his team
are all set for staging to begin at 4:00 PM on Saturday. We
discussed if drinks, especially water, would be available for
the competitors who arrive early for prep?
Denny reported he had received an e-mail from Steve
Boyd, who said that our Flickr Pro account needs to be
renewed. He said he would handle it. He asked for guidance
from the board concerning an ad for other car club events.
We suggested that he ask on a case by case basis.
Mark said that we have insurance. He has sent a request
for insurance for the Club Race.
Bryan reported that TimeTrial #2 and Autocross #3 went
well, but were not as well attended as he expected. He thinks
that rain reports were at least partially responsible for this.
We discussed how to reverse this trend. Charlie was appointed
(officially) as AX/TT Rules Chair. Denny will create a new
e-mail account to facilitate communications with the Rules
Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org) and will put a link to this on
Bob K reported he was doing quarterly financial statements
again. The most recent might look like we don’t have
money however, this is not the case. Some of our PayPal
deposits didn’t make it into the first quarter report. The
($105,000) is not a correct number. Our finances are OK!
Bob reported we had $230 donated to charity at the recent
DE. Andrea also has some money from sales of car numbers
and the water donation can is stuffed with cash. The audit of
the 2006 books is still pending. The Fort Worth Post Office
will send an e-mail to Andy regarding our recent move. Jan
noticed there was no Slipstream ad for any one DBA “Track
Store”. It seems Bobby Archer changed his business name
when he moved near TMS. All is OK.
Joel said preparations for the Club Race are going well.
Rocky is doing the Club Race shirts. Putting on his
Membership Chair hat, our membership remains about the
same. He is working on getting a total membership list.
Currently, his membership database does not have all the
affiliate members. We discussed whether we need a Regional
Membership Directory published in Slipstream. We have been
doing this for years and continue to have a few members concerned
about their personal data being published. Our decision
was to continue publishing it for the present.
Lisa, with Jan’s concurrence, said Slipstream is full of
advertisements. She has started a waiting list for potential
Tracey reported that our Founders Day banquet will be
held at the Austin Ranch on Saturday, November 10. She is
working on a Murder Mystery at Fair Park. The cost will be
$64.00 per person, which includes everything. We agreed that
the first Saturday in August (the 4th) would be a good date for
this event. They require a minimum of 30 registrants (last
time we had a Murder Mystery, 45 people attended).
Someone suggested we lower the price for children’s meals at
May at Mayo’s. After some discussion, we decided to make 10
and under free. Tracey reported she has 86 registrations for
May at Mayo’s.
Kevin asked if AX/TT attendance was down? We agreed
it was. We discussed what to do about it, including new web
site content, a series of Autocross articles to be written by
Bryan Bell, including course diagrams with follow up articles,
and finally wondered if not having results after four events
might be discouraging.
Robyn reported her chair was empty.
Travis contended that tech inspection was OK. He also
reported he and Robyn attended Hill Country Region’s
Autocross School. It was held at a new facility called “The
Driveway” in Austin, a small road course. He said all students
had new cars! No one there had ever seen a 914 and were
intrigued with his car!
Charlie, in the interest of time, passed.
James delayed adjourning the meeting at 8:37 PM
because there were no cookies!
In the Zone
by Caren Cooper, PCA Zone 5 Representative
One of my goals as Zone Rep is to increase communication
among the regions. Given the geographical size of Zone
5, it is critical that we make good use of technology. To
that end, it is important for Zone 5 to have a website.
Fortunately, Suresh Hariharan, current Hill Country Region Vice
President, graciously agreed to serve as Zone 5 Webmaster.
Suresh has been working on a Zone 5 website that, among other
things, will allow regions to post event information in an effort
to promote cross-region event attendance. When you see Suresh
at the track, please join me in thanking him for taking on this
March and April saw a flurry of activity as spring weather
finally arrived. In mid-March, I participated in the PCA Club
Race & DE co-hosted by the Hill Country and Lone Star
Regions at Texas World Speedway in College Station. We had
chamber-of-commerce weather from start to finish! Special
thanks to the dozens of volunteers who put on a very wellorganized
event that was great fun and incident-free.
On Saturday, March 31st, the annual Zone 5 Presidents’
Conference was held in Dallas, Texas. Fifteen region officers
attended, including Vu Nguyen, PCA Executive Director. Vu
presented the latest news from the national office. Everyone in
attendance was very impressed with his organizational insight,
the team he has put together, and the PCA resources that are
being developed. The conference began with the presentation
of certificates to six of the 11 Zone 5 Regions that are celebrating
major anniversaries this year: Cimarron (20 years), Coastal
Bend (20 years), Hill Country (30 years), Ozark (30 years),
Longhorn (45 years), and Maverick (45 years).
On April 20-22, the Houston Grand Prix was held on the
Reliant Park street circuit. The attendance at the Porscheplatz
was outstanding and the response to the call for volunteers was
amazing – thank you to all who volunteered! A special thank
you to PCA Past President and current Porscheplatz chair, Bob
Miller, and to Larry Hayes of IMSA for their support and help!
Looking forward, Spring is here and there is so much activity
all around Zone 5 – what a perfect time of year to check out the
website calendars for other regions and drive over for an event!
Caren and Vu Nguyen at the Z5 President’s Meeting
Photos byJames Shoffi
From the Tech Q&A
by Jim Slauson, Boxster/Cayman PCA Tech Advisor
Question: I have had the classic problem with the airbag
warning light. Although I've had the seat buckle replaced
and the gold contacts fix, I still occasionally have the light
come on. The local dealer has been unable to come up with a permanent
fix. My question is, when the light is on, will the airbags still
deploy? In other words, how serious an issue is it to be driving with
the light on?
Answer: The airbags will still deploy should you have a buckle
failure. The problem is do you know that the light is on
specifically for that? You may check it and it may be on for
the buckle at that time; however what if you have a control unit failure?
Since the light is already on you may not even know that there
is a far more serious issue with the system.
Another scenario would be that the light came on and you assumed
it was just the buckle when in fact it may be the airbag. A good rule
of thumb for any safety equipment is to repair it whenever required
and maintain it. You may be glad that you did one day.
I would suggest though that you take it perhaps to another Dealer
for a second opinion. I would also like to see a copy of the fault and
in its expanded view. This would list all of the details that are pertaining
Jim Slauson - PCA WebSite - 3/6/2007
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Mavericks Wild about Wildflowers
by Clint Blackman
Maverick Region’s first “Sunday Drive” was “a blooming
success”…Literally! Our first Sunday Drive on April 29th
was a “drive tour” of the Ennis Bluebonnet trails. Fortyseven
“flower powered” Mavericks in twenty five Porsche automobiles
took off from the Dowdy Ferry What-a-Burger on Interstate
45 in search of the official Flower of Texas. This year, Ennis celebrated
their 56th annual Bluebonnet Trails Festival. The Festival is
built on a system of specially marked roads that showcase “acres
upon acres” of wild bluebonnets. The Ennis area has the largest
collection of bluebonnets in North Texas.
route took us
Bristol and Crisp,
Texas. The drive
itself was quite fun
as we traveled
roads and “up and
down” hills of
Disappearing into the bluebonnets
flanked with beautiful
flowers. Those who went “topless” were filled with the sweet
fragrance of spring bluebonnet perfume. We made four “flower
photo stops” to see and photograph bluebonnets mixed with
varieties of other wild flowers including Indian paintbrush, primrose,
wild mustard and coreopsis. (For us non-floral types: that’s
orange flowers, pink flowers and two types of yellow flowers!) To
say these fields were “carpeted” with color is no exaggeration.
Our group really got thousands of “OOOhs” and “Ahhhhs” per
gallon on this trip.
Two hours passed too
quickly as we ended our
tour in Ennis at Bubbas’.
There we feasted on a
hearty meal of barbeque
beef and ribs underneath a
miniature “airshow” of
World War II era flying aircraft
models that were suspended
“in flight” over the
dining room. The best part
of the tour was the gathering
old friends and new
members to celebrate our
Sunday Drive friends friendship and love for
driving these great cars.
Our next Sunday Drive is June 3rd and we drive to the East
Texas Oil Museum in Kilgore. October 7th is our Texas State
Railroad “Rail Picnic” tour. We finish the year on November 11th
with a Tyler State Park Sunday “Picnic in the Pines” Drive. Come
“Sunday Drive” with us.
Photo by Wendy Shoffit
What a sight
Photos by Clint Blackamn
Photo by Charlie Davis
May at Mayo’s
Nathan Hardwick - Age 7
Once upon a time there was a garage. It was called the Mayo's
In the garage there was juicy fried chicken stored in a thin
We had mashed potatoes, fresh sweet corn, salad and rolls.
There was also a car show that had really cool cars and some
people won clear 1st place medals with white writing that said,
“1st Place Winner.”
Our car almost won, but this other car beat us by 6 points.
We had 117 points, but that
other car had 123! No!
Although that's funny because
we started out with 140 and lost
23, the same number they
would've had if someone took
off the 1 in 123. (And it's also
funny because you count
The best was Ed Mayo's
car. He only lost 2 points
because of a bug splat.
There were lots of games
for kids like me. They had a
piñata filled with candy and
money. There was also sidewalk
Lisa and Sydney Steele hopscotching
May at Mayo’s Concours D’Elegance Report
by Bob Bianconi
Aber das Spyder gesagt worden: Zählt es, wenn ich deutsch bin?
(But the Spyder said: “Does it Count if I’m German?”)
Whew… it’s over. Our first in a millennium, Concours
D’Elegance. And guess what, our esteemed President took……….
last place – and by a wide margin no less. But the good sport that
he is says that he sees the shopping list of judge’s findings as opportunities
for improvement next time! Go, James!
After the car show we ate cake! On it there was a perfect circle.
But it wasn't just a plain circle, it had the Porsche Club symbol
I hope next year will be even better (but that will probably be
impossible) and I hope that my Grand Grand (Grandfather) will
win a prize.
Nathan lining up for his first swing at the Pinata
Nonetheless, it is with a big smile that I can report that 27 cars
participated in our first 2007 Concours D’Elegance held at
Photos by Wendy Shoffit
Photos by Bob Bianconi
The early cars take front and center while the newer cars fill in the back
Judge Jerry checking the door pockets
May@Mayos. That’s just simply a great turnout despite what promised
to be a drizzly day. Drizzle, no drizzle, it was like that all day. It
even sprinkled for about 3-4 minutes as folks prepared their cars
about an hour before judging began. But with a few wipes of the
towels, all was better.
Photos by Bob Bianconi
It cleared up nicely by judging time and at 5PM, three judging
teams went about their business of finding dirt. And with the exception
of James’ car, there actually was very little dust or dirt to find! But
we’re jumping ahead. Here’s an explanation of how the Concours
In our Maverick Concours, cars are broken into seven classes so
that each is judged among its peers. Points are deducted from a total
of 140 and the car with the least amount of points deducted wins the
class. In addition, the car with the overall highest score (least points
deducted) among all the entrants is designated as the “Best of Show.”
Judging turned out to be tough with so many well prepared cars.
It was obvious from the start that folks took great pride in getting
their cars ready to display. In fact, just about everyone was seen putting
the last minute finishing touches on their cars. The team of
judges spent 4 minutes on each car (one judging the interior and one
the exterior) and then spoke with each owner about the things they
found and could work on for next time.
Best of Show went to Ed Mayo’s yellow 1972 911S. This car
scored 138 out of 140 points (yikes!).
Not Done Yet…
Besides the awards based on the point scores of the judged
cars, everyone was given a chance to vote for their favorite car.
This is called the People’s Choice Award. When all the votes
were tallied, one car emerged as the clear winner. This car had
more than 3 times the votes than its closest rival! And that car
was the beautiful red 914-6 owned by Dennis Carter.
Dennis gets last minute help from Rich and Diane Johnson
Photos by Bob Bianconi
Photos by Bob Bianconi
Host Ed Mayo won “Best of Show”
So, what’s next? With so much interest by Maverick members,
we’ll do 2 things. First, schedule a fall 2007 Concours
D’Elegance. Second, we’ll do a short series of Slipstream articles
on car preparation (pay attention James). Matter of fact
we’ll ask our judges what they typically see so that we can all
avoid those little mistakes next time
Here are the Concours D’Elegance results
Entry Class Number of Entrants Class Winners!
356 (All) 3 Jack Griffin 1961 Heron Grey 356
Early 911, 912 and
914 through 1977 6 Ed Mayo 1972 Yellow 911
SC & Carrera 1978-1989 7 Jay Moore 1987 Cassis 911
964 & 993 1990-1998 2 Alan Bambina 1994 911 Speedster
996 & 997 3 Ron Knight 2003 Black 996
924, 928, 944, 968 3 Ed Hughes 1991 White 928
Boxster & Cayman 3 Chris Christenson 2000 Red Boxster
The highly coveted People’s Choice Award
Photos byWendy Shoffit
Thanks go to our volunteers, timers and to our three
National-level judging teams:
Alan Bambina and Jerry Sutton
Charlie Davis and Joel Nannis
Ron Knight and Ed Mayo
Oh yeah, that brings me to the title of this column. Right
off the bat, it’s my turn to go under the white glove judging
microscope. And there it was, plain for all to see… a spider
web in my cup-holder. How? How could that be there? I just
cleaned that, I thought. But there it was. Aarrg. Points deducted…
I thought I heard the spider pleading that it was a
Time Trial #2 April 21, 2007
Photos by Charlie Davis
Class Num Name Car BestTime
2 111 Hardison, Kevin Blue 914 90.078
2 95 Howard, Travis Yellow 914 92.731
2 199 Dominick, Christy Silver 944 93.896
2 991 Payne, Denny Silver 944 96.719
2 65 Howard, Robyn Red 944 97.573
2 15 Leto, Gary Red 914 100.563
3 44 McCoy, Chuck White 944 89.577
4 31 Lockas, Mike White 944 85.518
5 391 Jackson, Alan Black 911S 90.027
5 426 Bradley, Richard Guards Red Carrera 95.968
6 99 Steele, Mark Red Boxster S 85.197
6 592 Morgan, Derek Blue 911SC 85.285
6 234 Gross, Ed Carmon Red Boxster 88.954
6 9 Steele, Lisa Red Boxster S 89.572
6 34 Frick, David Seal Gray Boxster 99.080
7 204 Bell, Bryan Silver 996 81.241
7 242 Shaffer, Darron W-Green Boxster S 84.917
7 2 Larson, Jeff Cobalt Blue Cayman S 86.627
7 81 Herrmann, Jeff Black 912 88.694
L 77 Dobbins, Tannia Red Boxster S 87.992
L 23 Moseley, Marilynn Cobalt Blue Cayman S 89.475
L 20 Bell, Andrea Silver 996 91.775
L 17 Sanchez, Denise Black 911 Targa 105.524
OA 281 O'Keefe, John Black Corvette 83.124
OA 28 Gosler, Grant Black Corvette 86.334
OA 98 Hansen, Jon Silver Mustang 87.513
OA 79 Savage, Lisa Black Corvette 89.554
OA 66 Wilkinson, James Blue Mustang 93.830
OA 82 Hennington, Trevor Maroon Camaro 97.376
OE 27 Monday, Ryan Silver Elise 92.866
OJ 74 Garner, Gabby White WRX STI 82.043
OJ 196 Hawkins, Ken Brown 280ZX 89.880
OJ 713 Volchik, Artem Black 300ZX 101.923
What’s with the shoulder action, Kevin?
Back by popular demand - the Top Ten
Bell, Bryan Silver 996 81.241
Garner, Gabby White WRX STI 82.043
O'Keefe, John Black Corvette 83.124
Shaffer, Darron W-Green Boxster S 84.917
Steele, Mark Red Boxster S 85.197
Morgan, Derek Blue 911SC 85.285
Lockas, Mike White 944 85.518
Gosler, Grant Black Corvette 86.334
Larson, Jeff Blue Cayman S 86.627
Hansen, Jon Silver Mustang 87.513
Whozzat behind those Foster Grants?
Mark & Lisa Steele
Jeff Larson looking good in his Cobolt Blue Cayman
AX #3 April 22, 2007
Photos by Charlie Davis
Class Num Name Car BestTime
2 111 Hardison, Kevin Blue 914 78.478
2 95 Howard, Travis Yellow 914 81.805
2 199 Dominick, Christy Silver 944 82.511
2 914 Perrine, Betty Orange 914 83.477
2 65 Howard, Robyn Red 944 83.623
2 991 Payne, Denny Silver 944 84.474
3 44 McCoy, Chuck White 944 79.170
3 82 Milton, James Gold 911 SC 80.949
3 11 Shoffit, Wendy White 911 SC 82.856
4 31 Lockas, Mike White 944 74.643
4 3 Perrine, Clay White 944 80.019
5 190 Spreen, Carey Red 911 SC 75.342
6 99 Steele, Mark Red Boxster S 76.680
6 66 Steele, Lisa Red Boxster S 78.823
6 234 Gross, Ed Red Boxster 80.381
7 204 Bell, Bryan Silver 996 74.375
7 242 Shaffer, Darron W-Green Boxster S 76.324
7 81 Herrmann, Jeff Black 912 76.864
7 2 Larson, Jeff Blue Cayman S 77.160
7 23 Moseley, Marilynn Blue Cayman S 81.195
7 426 Bradley, Richard Red Carrera 88.651
L 77 Dobbins, Tannia Red Boxster S 80.350
L 20 Bell, Andrea Silver 996 80.508
OG 944 Lumpkin, Martin Black 325is 79.659
OG 113 Hansen, Emily Blue R32 91.867
OJ 476 Vasey, Michael Silver STI 70.869
OJ 112 Lin, Jonathan Grey Evo MR 77.259
OJ 196 Hawkins, Ken Brown 280ZX 84.298
Sometimes it’s a matter of inches:
Good Andrea (above) ooops not so good James (below)
Vasey, Michael Silver STI 70.869
Bell, Bryan Silver 996 74.375
Lockas, Mike White 944 74.643
Spreen, Carey Red 911 SC 75.342
Shaffer, Darron W-Green Boxster S 76.324
Steele, Mark Red Boxster S 76.680
Herrmann, Jeff Black 912 76.864
Larson, Jeff Blue Cayman S 77.160
Lin, Jonathan Grey Evo MR 77.259
Hardison, Kevin Blue 914 78.478
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 6/30/07.
Congratulations to our April winner,
Honorable mention to: Mark Hanna, Bryan Bell, and
March Answers: 1) c 2)b 3) a 4) b 5) d
$25 gift certificate to:
1. Per the April trivia, our own Maverick member, Ed Mayo,
competed in the last Cannonball Baker sea-to-shining-sea
cross country race in 1979. What car did he drive?
a.Corvette; b. Porsche 356; c. Ferrari; d. Chevy Blazer
2. The Porsche Rennsport Reunion III has been announced
for Nov 2-4 of this year. It will be held at:
a. Sebring; b. Laguna Seca; c. Motorsport Ranch Cresson;
3. It took Ed Mayo how long to get from New York to LA in
the Cannonball Baker run?
a. 22 hours; b. 38 hours; c. 51 hours; d. 4 hours by plane
4. The Porsche 928 was made from 1978 to 1995. It was
referred to by many as:
a. “The ultimate Grand Tourer from Munich;” b. “Fastest V8
car in the world;” c. “Land shark;” d. “Two 914's in one”
5. The new Porsche Cayman with optional Bose Surround
Sound has how many speakers?
a. Four; b. Eight; c. Ten; d. Twelve
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by Roger Johnson
PCA is very excited to announce two new on-line tools to assist you in communicating with your Region as well as organizing events.
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Happy Hour at Mac’s
by Dennis Chamberlain
Our return to Mac’s was well worth the wait, and the food
was even better than I remembered – not to mention the
weather. Last year we hit Mac’s during the hottest part of
the summer, and I remember snapping off Porsche photographs
outside in the sweaty heat, with my shirt clinging to me like saran
wrap. When I got my tripod out of the back trunk of my Boxster S
I practically burned my hand (you Boxster owners will understand).
This year the temperature
was mild, and we
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Richard and Linda Fogle
We had old members, we had
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prospective members, including Judd
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We also had Monda Degan and
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Newlyweds Mark and
Photos by Dennis Chamberlain
Photo by Dennis Chamberlain
couple of happy campers. I caught
them out behind the restaurant making
out. This is one the reasons that
you always need to have a camera
ready. You’d almost have thought they
were married. Or maybe you would
have thought they were almost married.
How many times have two
Maverick members gotten engaged? I
can only think of one other time, and
it was before I was a member.
Personally, I feel that this kind of trivia
Judy Brodigan is a lot
than the “how many grams does
a 1979 911 lug nut weigh” kind of trivia.
But I digress….
For our June 21 Happy Hour
we’re returning to Champps in
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meet. Hope to see you there!
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2000 986 Boxster
Dallas, TX 75237
2007 997 GT3
Dewitt, Randall (Michele)
Dallas, TX 75225
Granbury, TX 76048
2006 987 Boxster
Fella, Henry (Sara Woodeward)
Fort Worth, TX 76110
Fowler, Michael (Brandi Bray)
Cleburne, TX 76033
Dallas, TX 75205
1971 911 T
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Arlington, TX 76017
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McKinney, TX 75070
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Burleson, TX 76028
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Fort Worth, TX 76135
2002 996 TT
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Irving, TX 75038
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Mansfield, TX 76063
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members with the tools necessary to have the ultimate in driving
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.
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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
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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
11454 Reeder Road
Dallas, Texas 75229
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9047 Oakpath Ln
Dallas, TX 75243-6353
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