Slipstream - December 2007


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

Upcoming Events

• Father’s Day Picnic

• Sunday Drive

• Rally School

Past Events

• Wild Wildflowers

• May at Mayo’s

• Results

December June 2007 2007 - - Published by by the the Maverick Region 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

Volume 45 December 2007, Issue 12

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Upcoming Events

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

Holiday Party........................................2

Save the Date !......................................3

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

Stocking Stuffing...................................5

Maverick Lunches.................................7

New Member Party...............................7

Happy Hour at Campizi’s....................24

Past Event Recaps

Fall 2007 Concours.............................10

Concours Winners............................... 11

My First DE.........................................12

Charity Autocross................................14

Top Driver Run Off.............................14

Charity AX Results.............................15

American LeMans Series Finals.........18

Happy Hour at Tupinamba’s...............24


2008 AX/TT Rules.............................. 11

Trivia Contest......................................22

Maverick Quarterly Financials............26

Day December

4 Board Meeting

8 Holiday Party

11 Lewisville Lunch

20 Happy Hour

Day February

2 National Board Meeting

2 Dinner at Diego’s

5 Board Meeting

12 Lewisville Lunch

21 Happy Hour

? Autocross Schools

DE - Drivers’ Education Event

EC - Eagle’s Canyon, Slidell, TX

HCR- Hill Country Region (Austin-centered)

LSR- Lone Star Region (Houston-centered)

MW- Mineral Wells Airport,Mineral Wells,TX

MSR- Motor Sport Ranch,Cresson,TX

TWS- Texas World Speedway,College Station,TX

TMS- Texas Motor Speedway,Fort Worth,TX

Penn- Pennington Field Stadium,Bedford,TX

Day January

8? Board Meeting

15 Lewisville Lunch

17 Happy Hour

26 New Member Party

Day March

4 Board Meeting

8-9 Drivers’ Education

11 Lewisville Lunch

20 Happy Hour


Charlie Davis, Wendy Shoffit,

Mark Gluck, Bill Stafford

& Bob Bianconi

Cover Photo by Charlie Davis

Tivoli Wine in Colleyville was the backdrop

for the Concours winners

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Jak Schaefer


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2007 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents


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Jim Basey


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James Shoffit



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My Thoughts

by Jan Mayo, Managing Editor

Ya know, it’s really dangerous to

make a list of thanks or observances

picking out specific people

because you always run the risk of leaving

someone out. That’s what I did in last

month’s My Thoughts - I left some notable

people off the list. But rather than mention

a couple more names this month and having

someone else come along with their feelings hurt I’ll just

offer up my apology now to everyone else that has won the

coveted Selcer Award. Many of the award winners over

the years are still very active and that’s the whole meaning

of the award. Thank you to all of you that have given

and continue to give your heart, time, money and skills to

Maverick Region. Next month will have the recap of our

Founder’s Day event where the Selcer was awarded to this

years’ Heart of the Region. Stay Tuned....

Now that I’ve groveled a bit I’m going to ask for help.

As I’ve noted before, Slipstream is now being edited on an

easier to use and more obtainable publishing program. With

this change various pieces can now be prepared elsewhere

and forwarded to me to just “plunk in” into the issue. I’m

looking for some folks with just a little bit of spare time

that would be willing to commit to doing some of the repetitious

pages like the New Members/Anniversary page or

the Unclassified page (you’d get the first shot at those For

Sale items). The Happy Hour page will probably undergo

some changes as the chairs for the event evolve from

Dennis Chamberlain to the Monda/Mike/Bill show. This

page could also be done remotely. The autocross and time

trial scores are in an excel spreadsheet on the Maverick

Website. These have to be manipulated a bit to make

them fit the page format. This is also something

that could be done by someone else.

Each one of these pages generally take

15 - 30 minutes of time which isn’t too

traumatic - one at a time. However when

one person (me) does it all that’s up to a

couple of hours that can be saved with

some outside help. Please consider it

and contact me for more details. You’ll

get your name prominently displayed on the

front pages of Slipstream and you know I will

love you forever ! ! ! What could be better?



James Shoffit

H- 972-506-7449


James joined PCA in 97 and is active in

Club Racing, Drivers Education, Autocross

and Time Trial. He instructs at DE,

AX, & TT.The track car is a 78 911SC.

James is a co-owner of a software development

company in Lewisville.

Position Chairperson

AX/TT Chair Bryan Bell

AX/TT Registrar Andrea Bell

AX/TT Rules Charlie Davis

AX/TT Schools Tom Snodgrass

& Kevin Hardison

AX/TT Tech Insp Travis Howard

AX/TT Timing Darron Shaffer

AX/TT Workers Mike Lockas

Club Race Chair Joel Nannis

& Bill Miller

Club Race Registrar Wendy Shoffit

Concours Bob Bianconi

DE Chair Colin Graidage

DE Chief Dvg Instr. John Sandusky

& Keith Olcha

DE Registrar Joel Nannis

DE Safety Bob Benson

Email List Modr. Bob Benson

& Matt Platts

Goodie Store Christy


Happy Hours Monda Hanna

& Mentors & Mike Lockas

& Bob Lewis

Membership Joel Nannis

Past President Rocky Johnson


Teri Davis


Advertising Lisa Steele

Editor Jan Mayo

Event Ad Design Mark Gluck

Mailing & Tech. Andy Mears

Printing Fran Ussery


Wendy Shoffit

& Matt Platts


Ed & Tracey


Sponsorship Keith Olcha

Sunday Drives Clint Blackman

Swap Meets David Mock

Trivia Chair Jerry DeFeo

Web Site Denny Payne

Zone 5 Rep. Caren Cooper


Vice President

Mark Gluck


Mark drives 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.

Andrea Bell


Bryan Bell


Bob Benson


Bob Bianconi


Clint Blackman


Caren Cooper


Charlie Davis


Teri Davis


Jerry DeFeo


Monda Hanna


Christy Dominick



Charlie Davis


Charlie joined PCA & MR in 1970,

having a 1969 911S. He’s been Pres.VP,

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.

Mark Gluck


Colin Graidage


Ed & Tracey Gross


Kevin Hardison

Travis Howard


Rocky Johnson



Bob Lewis


Mike Lockas


Jan Mayo



Andy Mears


Bill Miller


Please help us to keep growing!


Bob Kuykendall

15801 Ranchita

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

Drivers Education events and drives a

1988 911 Carrera.

David Mock



Joel Nannis


Keith Olcha



Denny Payne

Matt Platts



John Sandusky


Darron Shaffer



Wendy Shoffit

H- 972-506-7449

C- 972-977-9821

Tom Snodgrass


Lisa Steele


Fran Ussery



Catch My Draft

by James Shoffit, Region President

Well our year is officially coming to a

close. A quick review indicates all

the activities we had – 6 autocrosses,

6 time trials, 5 drivers education events on

race tracks, a club race, rallies, a rally school,

tours to places all over Texas, a couple of concours,

and happy hours ever month!

If you can’t find something fun to do

with Maverick Region, you just can’t be trying very hard!

One thing that came up recently on our mrpca email list

on YahooGroups was whatever happened to our Membership

Directory. It used to be published every spring or early

summer. It used to contain every member’s name, address,

home and work phone numbers, and what cars they had.

Sounds great, right ?

Some of you are already wincing – I can see you! And

rightfully so. The world has changed a lot since those trusting

days. How long can you go without receiving a Privacy

Policy from investments, banks, doctors, etc? These things

are single-handedly filling our landfills and taking recycling

to whole new levels. That and credit card offers. But I digress.

The problem is that some people don’t WANT their information

published, not even for fellow members to find


Most of us want to use the directory for good – I have

used it to find out which members live close to me; another

member uses the directory to send holiday cards. Another

one used it to invite neighbors to a 4th of July party. And

often it is handy when you quickly want to call someone

you saw at a recent event.

But some people don’t use the information for good

purposes. A mis-delivered membership directory could lead

an abusive ex-spouse to the person trying to get away. Or

could lead to stalking. And some people just don’t want to

be found, for whatever reasons they have. You might think I

am making these up, but I am not. We have always removed

the membership directories before giving copies to advertisers

and sponsors who may leave them out in their shops, but

that is not enough.

So until we get a clear direction on how to handle a

membership directory, we are going to avoid heading in a

direction that could cause legal problems later.

In the meantime, if you do NOT want your information

published in a directory, please send me an email at




Maverick Minutes

by Charlie Davis, Secretary

Maverick Region Board Meeting on November

6, 2007. In attendance: James Shoffit,

Wendy Shoffit, Charlie Davis, Teri Davis,

Bryan Bell, Joel Nannis, Christy Dominick,

Tracey Gross, Monda Hanna, Travis Howard,

Robyn Howard, Lisa Steele, Jan Mayo, Bob

Bianconi, Mark Gluck, Bob Kuykendall, and

Denny Payne.

James called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM.

Wendy announced that Clara Lewis is stepping down as

Hope Shelter liaison. She has a list of recommendations for

her successor, and also recommends that Wal-Mart gift cards

be given instead of toys at this year’s Holiday Party. Wendy

has been working to collect stuff for the silent auction at the

upcoming Founders Day Banquet.

After some discussion, Charlie announced that an AX/

TT Rules Committee meeting will be held this Thursday,

November 8 at 7:00 PM, to be held at the Shoffit’s house.

Teri said Rallies were done for the year. She plans to

have a Rally School again in 2008.

According to Joel, we have members. According to the

National membership database, we have 1110 members, 883

associate members, for a total of 1941. Joel’s regional membership

database shows 1323 members.

Joel also announced that the Eagle’s Canyon DE already

has 171 entrants. The green, blue, yellow, and red run groups

are full. Only the white run group has a few openings. My

notes get confusing at this point… something about Christy

offering to braid Joel’s chest hair?

Tracey told us that the date for the Holiday Party was

wrong in the ad in Slipstream. The calendar lists it correctly.

She announced that the New Member Party will be on January

27, 2008 at the Spreen’s neighborhood clubhouse. The

hours will be 2 to 5.

Monda reminded us about the Happy Hour at Daddy

Jacks on November 15. She needs a list of the last four

month’s new members. James said that Andy could get that

for her.

Travis admitted that the Time Trial schedule was not

complete and asked Bryan for help.

Robyn passed.

Lisa said that not all advertisers have paid yet.

Jan inquired as to whether there was a calendar committee?

Bryan agreed to be the calendar “ramrod” and get info

to James, who will distribute it. Mark will do ads as usual.

Bob B said the weather was great at the recent Concours

d’Elegance. 26 cars were entered and we had a good turnout

of observers.

Mark said that we are insured. He asked that event chairs

request insurance well in advance. Mark also requested

chairpersons to check their supply of waiver forms (including

the TWO different forms for Minors) and let him know

what they need for next year, which he will bring to the next

board meeting. Also that in an emergency, the forms can be

printed from the web site, but MUST be printed in

color (the RED print has to be red).”

Bob K said we have money. He distributed third quarter

financial results, but pointed out that the Sept summary

does not include revenues from Slipstream ads or recent DE

profits. He announced that the October DE was both successful

and profitable. The club also recently forwarded to

the Hope Shelter over $2000 in donations raised during the

DE lunch charity laps on the track.

Denny remarked that he is not getting the trivia information

anymore, thus it is not appearing on our website. He

will get with Jerry DeFeo.

Joel also mentioned that while he is getting Slipstream

return information, Andy is not getting them. Jan agreed to

send this information to both of them.

James adjourned the meeting at 8:02 PM.







Pay Zero Down

and Drive

Home Today!



183/Airport Frwy at Story Rd. in Irving

3 Miles West of Texas Stadium

2 Miles East of George Bush Turnpike



Fall 2007 Concours D’Elegance

by Bob Bianconi

Sunday November 4th turned out to be the perfect day!

If you’ll remember, the Cowboys whipped up on Philly

38-17, and Jason Witten ran for 21 yards without his

helmet (helmet? I don’t need no stinkin’ helmet). Oh wait, this

is supposed to be a Maverick Concours report. Well it WAS a

perfect day; the Cowboys did win to top off a great Maverick

Concours D’Elegance in the Village at Colleyville.

Photos by Bob Bianconi

to vote for their own favorite car and that honor went to

Richard Cross’ red 356.

Not to miss an opportunity to rag on our good-natured

president; there is another bit of good news to report. Our

esteemed president says that he doubled his point total from

the last Concours! No… he didn’t win, but he does hold

the new record for consecutive last place finishes. A notch

above last place still eludes him despite the fact that he was

observed furiously cleaning his wiper blades just before

start time.

The setting was near perfect (there’s that word again)

with a grassy venue nestled in among the European-style

architecture. Folks began arriving around 9AM to put the

finishing touches on their cars. There were free donuts and a

local wine shop, Tivoli Wines, opened their doors especially

for us for morning coffee.

At 11AM, judging began for the Fall ’07 Concours. The

roundup included two 356’s, three early 911’s, four SC’s

and Carreras, one ’94 911 Speedster, five 996/997’s, five

Boxsters, two Caymans and a Cayenne. Among the group

were several Concours veterans but mostly there were new

folks trying their hand at beating the competition.

Besides the entrants there was a steady flow of Maverick

visitors all morning that some estimated to be at least 35-40

Porsches. Concours can definitely be a spectator sport!

J u d g i n g

lasted about an

hour and a half

and the competition


each class was

tough. Our

scoring team

of Joann and

Christy (left)

tabulated the results and our winners were announced. Taking

best of show with the highest point score of all cars

was Clint Blackman’s Silver Boxster. Everyone was asked

Two classes of early and mid 911’s

Thanks go out to all the volunteers who helped setup the

venue, park cars, our timers and especially to our judges!

Mark Vaughn said that daughter Reed was the major cleaning influence

on his almost winning 911


Concours Class Winners

Class Car Owner

356 1965 White 356SC Auturo Carrillo

Early 911 thru ‘77 1972 Yellow 911 Ed & Jan Mayo

SC & Carreras ‘78-’89 1988 Black 911 Mike Scott

964 & 993 ‘90-’98 1994 White 911 Speedster Alan Bambina

996 & 997 1’99-Present 2003 Black 996 Ron Knight

Boxster & Cayman 2005 Silver Boxster Clint Blackman

Cayenne 2006 White Turbo S Rich Lyschik

Best of Show: Clint Blackman’s Silver 2005 Boxster

People’s Choice Award: Richard Cross’ 1964 Red 356SC

2008 AX/TT Rules

by Charlie Davis

We’re listening to our customers and their wishes.

We heard people say they wanted more runs and

that’s what we’re giving them. They wanted a simpler

classification process, so here it is. We can’t give everyone

everything they want, but we are here for YOU. We welcome

constructive suggestions and will discuss the reasonable ones

at the rules meetings. We are also looking for more members to

serve on the AX/TT Rules Committee. If you like to autocross,

eat pizza, and stay up late, this is for you!

The AX/TT Rules have been finalized for 2008. By the

time this article is published in Slipstream, they will be available

on the Region website at:

AX.asp ...scroll down to the General Information section and

click on the 2008 AX/TT Rules link. If you can’t access the

website for some reason, contact me and I’ll mail you a copy.

The 2008 Rules have been simplified. And we made

some big changes: 1) We have removed the limitation on the

number of runs and all runs will count; 2) The Classification

Form has been simplified (see below); 3) Non-Porsches will

run in the numbered Porsche classes (but will not be scored

for year-end awards).

There are many small changes too. Don’t fail to actually

read the Rules! If you don’t understand something, ask…

The Classification Form will also be on the Region website.

Download a copy, fill it out, and bring it to the first AX/

TT you attend. Below, is a sample 2008 Classification Form,

showing how to fill it out…


Photo by Wendy Shoffit

My First DE

by Cathy Walther

©2007 Porsche Cars North America, Inc. Porsche recommends seat belt usage and observance of all traffic laws at all times.

You ask why a DE? After all, I don’t own a Porsche!

My experience was a birthday present from my boyfriend,

Mark Gluck. He arranged for both of us to

take the drivers’ education course at the Motorsport Ranch the

October 27 - 28 weekend. In preparation for the event, we

traded vehicles for almost three weeks; Mark drove my Lexus

RX 300, while I drove his 2000 Boxster S. Do you think he

was having withdrawal?

My adventure started on Saturday morning around 7:00

a.m. We arrived at the entrance to Motorsport Ranch in

Cresson, Texas. We registered Mark’s Boxster S and picked

up our drivers information packets. The number of Porsches

participating in the DE, all makes, and years amazed me.

We attended the daily morning drivers’ meeting. The

staff focused on what would transpire over the next two

days. Two things the staff discussed in detail: safety was

number one and having fun was the second. They reviewed

the procedures in case of emergencies and the various flags

used by the corner workers to communicate with the cars

on the track. I was glad to hear that drivers were assigned

to color coded run groups based on skills and experiences

to ensure drivers in a group have similar speeds and driving

abilities necessary for safety. Mark was in the yellow group

and I was in the less experienced green group.

I followed the other green students to the classroom,

while one of the advanced groups headed for the track. I

learned everything about the track, staying on the line, apexes,

braking points and car control, all before getting behind

the wheel. The classroom instructors were great, explaining

every detail about what we could experience on the track and

calming any fears that we might be experiencing.

Now it

was the green

group’s time

to report to

the grid, a

covered staging

area used

for drivers to

do a last minute

check on

their vehicles

Lisa Steele’s BOO Boxster

before entering

the track. I

met my instructor,

Dan Gage,

who was very


and friendly.

We chatted about my driving experiences, or lack thereof,

while I waited patiently for the yellow group to finish on the

track. The first session on the track, we drove slowly and

without helmets. My instructor drove the vehicle at first

while I was his passenger. This allowed him to evaluate

the capabilities of the vehicle and for me to get to know the

track. Then it was my turn, we pulled into the pit and traded

places. I proceeded around the track several times, each

time remembering more of the track, the turns, changes in elevation

and the straight

portions of the track.

Later that morning,

I had my second session

on the track. This time

my instructor and I both

wore helmets, but I did

all the driving. My instructor

was great, talking

me through each

corner, “brake brake,”

and “gas gas;” yet he

remained surprisingly

calm, which made me

relax and enjoy the experience.

By the end of

the first day, I had cycled

through four times

and had almost two

Why does the tallest driver get

hours of driving. I have

the shortest insturctor??

to laugh though; each

time it was my turn on the track, Mark and I experienced

a modified “Chinese fire drill.” Two drivers, one vehicle

was challenging, especially when we followed each other.

Mark’s was car number 262 and I was number 622. Mark

pulled up to the grid and I got into the drivers seat, put on

the helmet, adjusted seat and mirror positions, inserted head

set into my helmet so my instructor and I could talk easily,

all while Mark switched the numbers on the sides and front

of the car. Then I gave the thumbs up signal to the grid

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master that I was ready to go. That first day, I even passed

a few cars, (only allowed on straight portions of the track

and only after a signal by the car being passed). One thing,

I was very surprised about was how tired I felt at the end of

the day; by nine that night I was ready to pass out.

The next day followed the same schedule as the first

day, drivers’ meeting, training and four more times on the

track, but I was faster through the turns and more confident

as I proceeded through the day. By the end of that day, I

knew exactly when to apply the brake and when to apply

gas, through every turn on the track. My instructor didn’t

talk as much either; I was following exactly as he had instructed.

That weekend, two incidents occurred on the track: a

grass fire and a vehicle that lost all its oil. Both incidents

were handled in such a professional manner you forget that

many of the staff are volunteers. Both times vehicles were

signaled off the track until the situation was resolved, then

waved back on the track. The staff was always serious about

safety, but at the

same time, they

had a humorous

side; with

Halloween so

close, three of

the grid staff

dressed for the

occasion. Joel

Nannis, DE Co-

Chair dressed

as the Grim There was also a witch, Dracula and SpiderWoman

Reaper, Wendy

Shoffit, as a bunny, and Jan Mayo, as a devil.

Thanks Mark, for your thoughtful and exhilarating gift.

Also, thanks to the professional staff and instructors for a

safe and thrilling weekend. The only problem now, is I

want to drive more and when do I trade my SUV in for that


Photo by Wendy Shoffit

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Charity Autocross

by Erich Gluck

Now open to the public, the Charity Autocross

event, overseen by the Time-Trial Chairman

Bryan Bell, has annually taken place once again

in the shadow of the Texas Motor Speedway. The once bus

parking lot was transformed into an arena of car vs. cone, and

with tow truck standing by on that overcast morning, cars,

(and one truck,)

sped around the

course, attempting

to shave

seconds off their

time with every



the asphalt

had been slicked

The first step is to study the course map with oil and sand

the night before

for the “drifter” crowd, providing a very interesting cornering

experience for the autocross members. This already intense

course was designed by the Shoffit family with two

back-to-back skid-pads and a slalom section to boot. After

many D.N.F.’s on the third corner near the end of the course,

everyone seemed to be honing their skills on the tight corners

and sometime confusing cones to enjoy complete laps

of a great layout.

A light breeze kicked up across the blackened desert

as adults and children set up folding chairs and coolers

beside the starting gate to watch and listen to all different

types of cars; from

well-tuned purring

Porsches to rattleyour-brains


meant only for racing;

from a Toyota

Yaris to a Lotus

Elise, and even

“Bettys Boat”, a ’55

Chevy in which four

people rode. All levels

of women and men

pushed their cars to the edge of their ability as they competed

with themselves to improve their time from lap to lap

at this well-attended event, knowing that beyond the cost of

renting the premises, every penny went to the new Huffaker-Hughes

Hope House in Mineral Wells.

This shelter for victims of domestic violence, directed

by Lisa Huffaker, helps women and children from the North

Texas area by giving the family a safe, comfortable environment

while they build a new, better life for themselves.


E-Ticket Ride!

Photos by Charlie Davis

Due to many generous

donations by Porsche

Club members and other

individuals such as

the late Lanean Hughes,

and a vision by Mark

Gluck, the old shelter,

which was on its last Leanin’ - Leanin’ - Leanin’

legs, was replaced by

a new building down the street. The new shelter was built

significantly by the volunteer work and helpful guidance of

many people from the Maverick Region, and opened in December

of 2006. With the continuing donations of usable

items and monetary donations taken to the shelter every

year, this safe-haven continues to be the shining light for

many families in distress. And everyone can help out – and

have fun! – by coming to the Charity Autocross next year.

Smokin’ Tannia

Top Driver Run-Off

by Bryan Bell

What a blast! For me, this had to be the best Autocross

event ever. For those of you that didn’t

make it out to the Charity AX, a small bit of history

to bring you up to speed. Mike Lockas and I were the

top two drivers for Time Trial and Autocross this year. To

make things fun and a little more interesting, I challenged

Mike to a run off. The rules were simple – we’d both drive

our own car and then drive each other’s car for a couple of

laps. Overall winner for the day would then take home the

top driver trophy. No pressure or anything!

We were so close in the morning runs. So before we

even knew the official outcome, Mike and I decided to run

one more time each in both cars. Turns out that morning, we

tied to the 1/1000 of a second in my car and Mike beat me by

a tenth of a second in his car. Wow - the 944 is so different

than the 911. However, I have to say, I loved driving the 944

under the pressure to perform!

The afternoon was do or die -- with one run each in both

cars. I drove Mike’s car first. While coming off, I felt I did

just ok in his car. We talked for a few seconds as we changed

cars -- telling each other how the cars were doing and giving

the best advice we could to each other. This was NOT

just another AX. This was it! It was either beat Mike’s time

with enough of

a margin or lose

the whole enchilada!

So we

finished the car

exchange and

we were off for

our final run. I

pushed it as hard

as I could, nearly

crying every

time I started

Mike’s watching how close Bryan

was to the last two cones

to slide! (Not

a rare thing on

the lot there at

TMS). On the last turn to the finish I came within inches of

hitting the two last cones on the course!

So.....I can’t remember the times that well (honest).

However, I will never forget the fun, excitement, joy, pleasure

and high that I was on when we got out of the cars and

shook hands! Neither of us knowing who really won yet.

At that moment, it really did not matter who had won. I had

competed with a skilled & experienced opponent and used

every last ounce of concentration to do my best.

Mike ended up beating me in his car by 5-7 tenths of a

second. I ended up beating Mike by about 1 second in my

car. So the total difference was around 3-4 tenths of a second

in my favor.

Win or lose - I would not trade that memory for anything!

What a great day and the best feeling I have ever had

at an AX. Thanks Mike.

Charity Autocross - Oct. 14, 2007 Texas Motor Speedway

Cls Num. Name Car Best Time

2 169 Christy Dominick Silver 944 61.306

991 Denny Payne Silver 944 61.384

91 Clay Perrine Red 914 63.265

65 Robyn Howard Red 944 63.371

3 44 Chuck McCoy White 944 57.962

42 John Reynolds Maroon 914 59.655

332A John Leto Green 914 60.114

82 James Milton Gold 911 SC 60.684

41 Michael Brown Blue 914 61.263

15 Gary Leto Green 914 62.541

442 Chris McCoy White 944 65.389

4 31 Mike Lockas White 944 57.349

32 Bryan Bell White 944 57.764

5 94 Travis Howard Black 911 59.719

48 Mike Floyd Blue 914 59.812

6 Ray Nannis Blue Boxster 60.608

3 Joel Nannis Blue Boxster 60.769

93 Mike Scott Grey 911 DNF

6 50 Andy Mears Blue 911 S 57.255

11 Wendy Shoffit Black 911 SC 57.357

64 James Shoffit Black 911 SC 57.423

269 Wayne Elliott Blue 911 Turbo 58.472

134 Mike Redenbaugh White/Black 911 58.734

262 Mark Gluck Gray Boxster S 58.772

99 Mark Steele White 911 62.379

26 Erich Gluck Gray Boxster S 63.04

613 Richard Newsome Silver Cayman 64.454

7 989 Glenn Smith Black Cayman S 58.381

242 Darron Shaffer Green Boxster S 59.007

1229 Pam Heston Silver 996 67.861

229 Clinton Hall Silver 996 68.566

8 204 Bryan Bell Silver 996 56.731

205 Mike Lockas Silver 996 57.435

81 Jeff Herrmann Red 930 59.854

L 20 Andrea Bell Silver 996 61.281

771 Tannia Dobbins Red 930 62.781

62 Cathy Walther Gray Boxster S 66.575

111 Dalia Elzeny Red 944 70.454

Top Men’s Porsche: Bryan Bell 56.731

Top Women’s Porsche: Wendy Shoffit 57.357

Bryan Bell 56.731

Andy Mears 57.255

Mike Lockas 57.349

Wendy Shoffit 57.357

James Shoffit 57.423

Top Ten Porsche Times

Chuck McCoy 57.962

Glenn Smith 58.381

Wayne Elliott 58.472

Mike Redenbaugh 58.734

Mark Gluck 58.772

Bryan is giving it his all






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American LeMans Series Finale, Laguna-Seca

by Bill and Marilyn Stafford

Racing into the night (or at least scattered dark) of the

cool California evening, this was another battle between

the LMP1 Audi juggernaut and the smaller,

less powerful LMP2 Porsche RS Spyder on the 2.238 mile

Laguna-Seca track in the hills above Monterrey. All season

the Porsche has been giving the Audi R10 diesel a good run.

At the Petit LeMans’ in Atlanta there was a really close and

exciting finish but here at Laguna it was the racing equivalent

of a gang fight. Renaldo Capello driving the #1 Audi

held off Romain Dumas in the LMP2 #7 Penske Porsche

in the final 32 minutes of the Monterey Sports Car Championships

and finished a scant 0.41 seconds ahead without,

I might add, banging side pods or punting each other off

track. Capello and Dumas waged back and forth in the final

stages in an unbelievable battle that included outside passing.

Capello took the lead on the fifth restart of the race, and

the duo traded the lead on the front-stretch with 12 minutes

to go Capello using the big torque and power of the Audi

to pull away and hold off the more nimble Porsche. Audi

said before the race that they came to the race not expecting

to win (based on their uber computer program), but again,

that’s racing luck and most of the luck went to the Audi

team. It seems every time they pitted for fuel, there was a

yellow flag for several laps allowing them to remain close


Photos by Bill Stafford

to the Porsches. Although the finishing order didn’t have

ANYTHING to do with the outcome of the Prototype class

championship, the drivers gave it everything for the fans.

That’s racing! The #2 Audi of Mike Rockenfeller and Marco

Werner placed 2nd in P1 and 3 rd overall. Jamie Campbell-

Walter and Harold Primat were 3 rd in LMP1 in the Creation


Dumas and Timo Bernhard won their 8 th P2 race and 6 th

straight victory giving them the LMP2 championship over

sister car #6 driven by Ryan Briscoe and Sascha Maassen.

The #6 Penske Porsche started on the pole by Maassen shattering

the LMP2 track record by more than three seconds.

Both Penske cars led overall in the course of the race.

The LMP2 class is a scrappy bunch with the top 5 cars

finishing with 56.025 seconds of each other. Adrian Fernandez

and Luis Diaz ended up finishing third in class in the

Acura-powered Lola. Bryan Herta and Tony Kanaan driving

the Andretti-Green Acura finished fourth. The 2 Dyson

Porsche RS Spyders’ finished seventh and eighth. The addition

of the 2 Acura teams and the Dyson Porsches has

made the LMP2 class very interesting.

In the GT1 class, there were only the two Corvettes of

Pratt-Miller competing. The Corvettes had a really cool paint

scheme. One was the identical “negative” of the other…

black on yellow

or is it yellow

on black. Whatever.

The class

was won by the

#4 Corvette C6

R driven by Olivier

Beretta and

Oliver Gavin

over the #3 sister

Corvette driven by Jan Magnusson and Johnny O’Connell.

The race was literally won in the pits with the #4 crew getting

its car out 10.5 seconds faster. This after seeing the

#3 crew win Saturday’s Klein Pit Crew Challenge and the

$10,000. That provided the #4 team a bit of incentive for

the race. The Corvettes primarily compete against themselves

throughout the year. The Maserati’s were rumored to

be entrants but I guess they lost their sunglasses or went on

strike or the pre-race celebration party lasted too long and,

well, you know how that ends up.

Jaime Melo and Mika Salo captured their first Series

championship by winning in GT2 for Risi Competizione in

the #62 Ferrari F430 GT. The victory gave Ferrari its first

ever manufacturer championship in the Series. The #71

Tafel Racing Porsche 911 GT3 RSR driven by Dominik

Farnbacher and Wolf Henzler finished 2 nd . Salo made

the winning pass on Ralf Kelleners in the Bobby Rahal/David

Letterman Racing Porsche #18 with 25

minutes to go. Kelleners and Tom Milner eventually

finished 3 rd and a lap down to the 2 leading cars. The

Flying Lizard team of Jorg Bergmeister and Johannes

van Overbeek finished second in the Series. There

was one fatality during the race. A suicidal squirrel

ran to the center of the track and was hit by the Rayhal

Porsche at about 145 mph. The Pit Rat was worried

that the aerodynamics had been compromised….but

they still came in third in class.

The Porsche GT3 race (for the non-professional

drivers) is always exciting if you like seeing hundred

thousand dollar cars being trashed. It’s a lot like the

Devil’s Bowl races, but with caviar and Champaigne.

The 30 minute race did have two different sessions of

two green laps. I forgot who won.


Cadillac is leaving the racing venue. Forcing

them to remove the wet bar was too much.

Andy Pilgrim’s future is unsure, but there is

probably a Corvette in it.

Sad note: The Government is slowly selling off the old

Ft. Ord property that surrounds the Laguna-Seca track with

the homes now within a half mile. How long before the race

track becomes a noise nuisance and goes away? Remember


Support your local racetrack……while you can.

Pit Rat Notes

1. Rahal/Letterman Racing has not made an

announcement regarding their plans for the

2008 season. Some say they will field a LMP

2 Porsche. Some say they won’t, so that’s


2. Robin Pratt of Pratt-Miller racing stated it

is sometime harder to race against yourself

than other teams. She didn’t know why

other teams shy away from GT1. She also

speculated there maybe some rule changes

coming. They are planning to run GT1 again

next year.

3. A new tuner 600 hp 2008 Corvette was shown

by Local racer Lou Gilotti. His motto is

“money buys speed”.

4. The long rumored “Blue Devil” 600 hp

Corvette showed up but it was yellow. Hot

shoe Corvette Driver Johnnie O’Connell took

it out for 3 laps and set the brakes on fire…

really! They zipped it back into the Trailer




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2. Who personally took responsibility for refurbishing the Belle

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for the ALMS Race for 2007? a. Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick

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Happy Hour at Tupinamba’s

by Monda Hanna

The October happy hour at Tupinamba’s in North Dallas

drew a crowd of twenty-two new, and some notso-new,

faces to the Texas A&M themed Mexican


Several of our new members only had their new prized

family members for less

than a week. Some of

the new members to our

family included Nick,

Georgia, and Brian. Our

long distance

winners Alan

Lage and fiancé


Mahlow (997

Verena and Alan

GT3 and

968) were in


even though

home is seven time zones away. Alan is a long

time Maverick region member currently

living in Mainz Germany.

Clarence Wyatt and Mike

Lockas spun tales of a recent trip to

Germany and the Formula 1 race

in Spa-Francorchamps Belgium

while Steve Fallon, Lori and Peter

Mauthe were looking forward to a

trip to the Rennsport Reunion in

Florida to view many historic racing

Porsches in the environment

they were born for, the racing circuit

at Daytona speedway.

As requested by many, our

next Happy Hour will be in Fort

Worth at another new venue for

us: Daddy Jack’s Lobster and

Chowder House located at 353

Throckmorton. We have heard

many great things about this restaurant

and are looking forward to

seeing many new and old faces in

Fort Worth on Thursday, November

15th at 6:30pm for more exciting

discussions. More information

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Photos by Mark Gluck

Smiles all around

Monda listening to

one of Clarence’s

many tales of his

trip to Germany.



Maverick Region Quarterly Statement

by Bob Kuykendall Yearly Totals thru September 2007



Registrations 12,568.30

Track rental and expenses (13,927.44)

Total Autocross/ TT (1,359.14)


Registrations and sponsorships 43,668.76

Track rental and expenses (55,063.70)

Total Club Race (11,394.94)


Registrations and sponsorships 88,451.83

Track rental and expenses (78,510.13)

Total Driver Education 9,941.70


Father’s Day (774.07)

Founder’s Day expense ‘06 (1,190.36)

New members’ party & badges (399.12)

Holiday Party ‘06 (1,858.15)

Wine Tasting (531.41)

May at Mayo’s (557.73)

Murder Mystery (380.08)

Total Social (5,690.92)


Income 2,430.23

Donations (3,475.28)

Total Charitable (1,045.05)


Truxster Expenses (937.01)



Chase Checking account 54,037.40

Chase Money Market 37,378.16


Chase Checking account 36,541.13

Chase Money Market 38,161.38

Outstanding Checks (3,415.95)



Sales 658.04

Inventory Purchases (1,283.79)

Total Goodie Store (625.75)

RALLY 169.47



Advertising income 1,375.00

Printing and postage (19,648.90)

Total Slipstream (18,273.90)


Banking (C.D. interest) 783.22

Admin Exp and Board Mtgs (2,393.69)

Total Admin (1,610.47)


New Wheels

by Joel Nannis

Acosta, Javier

Flower Mound, TX

2001 911

Alband, Navid

Waxahachie, TX

1973 911T

Ashby, James

Grapevine, TX

Dickerson, Vicki & Megan

Grapevine, TX

1989 911

Feldman, Greg

Frisco, TX

2004 911 Carrera

Housewright, Patty & Troy

Palestine, TX

2006 Boxster

Howell, Brian & Jo-el

Fort Worth, TX

2008 911

Hurst, Ken & Sandy

Sanger, TX

2001 Boxster S


25 Years

Petrushka, Edward & Tom

10 Years

Morgan, Lee & Tamara Hopkins

Shoffit, James & Wendy

Jones, Thomas & Lynn

Roanoke, TX

Millsap, Tinker & Kobey

Plano, TX

2007 Cayman

Page, Jason & Christina

Fort Worth, TX

2006 911GT3 Cup

Shamburger, Debra

Richardson, TX

Smith, Kendall

Dallas, TX

Tamm, Matthew

Frisco, TX

2008 Cayman S

Tooms, Georgia & Trent

Denton, TX

2006 911

Warner, Carl

Carrollton, TX

1983 911SC

Weisberg, Robert & Rick

Fort Worth, TX

1991 911T

Fort Worth

Fort Worth


Wilson, Christopher

Dallas, TX

1996 911

Rutherford, Barry

Plano, TX

2008 Cayman

Stewart, J. Don & Jane

Dallas, TX

2008 Cayman

Anderson, Roberto

Dallas, TX

2004 Boxser S

If you have any changes that

you would like to make to the

MRPCA membership guide, call

Joel Nannis at 817-329-1600.

Welcome, New Members!

You have just joined one of the best and

most active PCA Regions in the country! Some

clubs focus solely on social events, while others

focus on just show and shine concours events.

Maverick Region is a club that focuses on providing

our members with the tools necessary to

have the ultimate in driving experiences.

You will notice that our region has many

Time Trials, Autocrosses, and Drivers’ Education

(DE) events (in addition to a yearly Club

Race). This has been the spirit of the region for

quite some time. We have some of the finest

instructors in the country. Make sure you take

full advantage of the driving experiences we

have to offer.

Racing is not ALL we focus on, though. If

racing doesn’t suit you, we have monthly happy

hours, three monthly lunch gatherings, regular

dinner socials, frequent driving tours on some

fabulous roads in and around Texas, driving

rallies (fun for the whole family),and regular

opportunities to supportour perpetual charity,

The Huffaker Hughes Hope House.

If we don’t have what you’re looking for,

just ask us...we might just add something extra

to the calendar. Please also feel free to share article

ideas (and submissions) to editor@mavpca.


5 Years

Youngblood, Stanley & Maejorie

Cecil, Robert

Gross, William & Barbara

Higgins, Seth & Susan

Thompson, Gary & Liz




The Colony


We’d love to hear from you!



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For Sale: 1997 993 Twin Turbo, 37,000 miles. White, camel interior

with sports seats. 18” HRE wheels 235/40 ZR18 front 285/30ZR18

rear, Alpine stereo, carbon fiber interior accents, carbon fiber hood, GT

wing - original wing also included, aero updates,. Upgrades include:

Sports Headers, Sports Exhaust, Bilstein Shocks, Carbon Fiber Front

Fenders, European Springs, Tuned ECU. $64,900. See it on the Jan.

2006 Slipstream cover. Bill Campbell 817-627-4500

For Sale: 1995 911-993, Cabriolet Silver. 39,000 miles, great shape,

many options, asking $36,000, contact or

call 972.571.3375.

For Sale: 1969 Porsche 911T, VIN: 119120875; burgundy with black

interior. Good running, solid mechanicals, well sorted. This car is a

great example of a (mostly) original 911T – strong engine, excellent

tranny, no major rust issues (some minor rust), placed 2nd in class in the

2007 Great American Race (Rally). The car comes with 160+ pages of

documentation from 1972 to present and the names/numbers of owners

2, 3, and 4 (me). For more detail and photos, go to:


911 Carrera Cabriolet, 2002, 16000 miles. Polar Silver metallic, blue

top, supple graphite grey leather, removeable hardtop, 6 speed manual,

advanced technic package, 18” wheels w/ colored crest, CD, flared

rocker panels. Perfect. Must sell. $48,000 OBO. Chuck at (972) 263-

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For Sale: 1971 911T Custom Blue Ext., Black Int., Fuchs, new brake

system, new Yokohama tires, new Perma Tune Box, No history, Salvaged

title, shows 103,300 miles, some rust. $7K OBO. Contact Randy (214)

352-9507 home, (214) 226-2990 cell, or (3)

For Sale: 2000 996 Bumper Cover. Excellent condition, just taken

off my car and replaced with GT3 Cover. Fits all 1999-2001 996 and

Boxsters. I has the black skid plates on the sides still intalled and comes

with the back grill. I think it is worth the $250 I am asking. If I need to

ship, the cost is estimated at $100. Call Wayne at 817-488-2686 (3)

For Sale: 1987 924S Red w/black interior. Cold A/C w/new Sanden

comp, runs great, but could use front seals. Solid daily driver and DE/

AX/TT car. Repairs done in recent years include new clutch, water

pump, belts, fan switch, plugs, distributor & rotor, and other items.

Suspension upgrades include Bilsteins all around, front adjustable

coil-overs, Turbo F&R sway bars. Includes 2 sets of 15x7 phone

dials, one beautiful set with new BFG Comp T/A Sport tires, the other

not-so-pretty set with used Toyo RA-1 track tires. $2,100. Call Matt at

817-919-1253. (3)

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For Sale: 911 Race Car , 1972 chassis, with 935 all fiberglass bodywork,

full cage, 935 coil over suspension, Large front oil cooler, rear

wing fuel cell, 1845 lbs with ½ tank of gas. Front wheels 10 x 16, rears

14 x 16, race seat, with back brace. Modified G-50 Trans with short

ratio 5 gearset plus STD 5th, No reverse gear with factory limited slip.

Tilton clutch, Tilton throw-out bearing. Tilton HD starter, Tilton pedals,

brake bias, Wilwood Ft brakes, 930 rear brakes, ducting to front brakes,

930 alum bananas. 3.0 ltr engine with Weber carbs, headers. $ 18,500

254-715-4041 or (3)

For Sale: Miscellaneous Stuff, Guards Red hard top and Porsche

carrier from 2004 996 TT, fits multiple 911 variations. Will deliver in

DFW area only. Black rubber Cayenne Porsche floor mats. Brand new.

Cabriolet wind deflector from 2004 996 TT, fits multiple 911 variations.

Never used. Taking offers. or 972-824-2590. (4)

Parts Sale: Driver side frt fender to ’73 and complete non-sunroof section

(both rust free), 935 shifter (ERP copy) , frt oil cooler, RS glass frt

bumper, RSR glass rear bumber, ’73 perfect steering wheel, 911 spare,

torsion bars, early gauges, brakes, track canopy, 914 Fiberglass front

hood. More- call with needs. David Humphries 210-710-7950 (4)

For Sale: 1974 914-6 Conversion, Red with black interior, 2.4L with

40 IDA-3C Webers, professional conversion by Mayo Performance,

Texas car, solid chassis, mild cosmetic upgrades, 17 inch C2T wheelset,

4 piston front calipers, Koni gas coilovers, Weltmeister front swaybar,

Alpine/Boston Acoustics stereo, great driver, well sorted, 99k+ miles,

references and more pictures available, $14,800, Jim 214.282.4144, (4)

For Sale: 2003 Boxster S, Lapis metallic blue, blue top, gray leather interior,

six speed, glass rear window, 18 inch wheels, new tires, premium

sound, CD player, rear windstop, CD storage, factory warranty which

can be extended, good carfax, 44k miles, $29,800. Jim, 214.282.4144, (4)

For Sale: 1997 911-993, Black. 35,000 miles, asking $38,000, Contact or call (214)662-3306 (cell), (214)219-3556

(home) or (972)419-7134 (business). (4)

For Sale: 2006 Carrera 997, 14,800 miles, silver/blue; manual, Nav,

Bose, Xenon, CD changer; always garaged; non-smoker, non-racer just

a bad back; available immediately; $ 64,500.00. Call Mike @ 972-467-

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Slipstream Advertiser

for 25 years!

Louden Motorcar Services has been

servicing fine European motorcars in

Dallas since 1977. From the moment you

drive in, it is apparent that quality is our

number one priority. From the comfortable

waiting room to the well-kept workshop,

Louden Motorcars exhibits professionalism.

We’ve been winning awards for the quality

of our service for years. Louden has been

rated “Best in Dallas” twice by D Magazine,

“Best in Texas,” “Top Ten in the U.S.” and

“Best in the West” by the Robert Bosch

Corporation (worldwide leader in fuel

injection and electronics).

And we’d like the opportunity to show

you why.

Jan Mayo, Slipstream

2973 Timber Creek Trail

Fort Worth, TX 76118

Periodical Postage

Paid at Fort Worth, TX

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