• Father’s Day Picnic
• Sunday Drive
• Rally School
• Wild Wildflowers
• May at Mayo’s
June 2010 Published by the Maverick Region
June 2007 -
Porsche Club of America
Zone 5 Presidents.........................................1
Drifting (President’s Column)......................2
Maverick of the Month.................................2
List of Officers/Board Chairs.......................4
Windscreen (Editor’s Column).....................5
New Member Spotlight..............................23
Volume 48 June 2010, Issue 6
Go Online for Latest Updates on Events
Calendar of Events.......................................1
Autocross #4 & #5.......................................3
Father’s Day Outing @ Speed Zone.............5
RAC Performance Benefit for Hope............7
5th Annual Autos in the Park.......................7
Maverick Round Up in Grapevine...............7
Sunday Drive - Blueberry Hill.....................9
Cars, Planes & Kids: 2010 Parade.............10
2010 Porsche Parade..................................23
Happy Hour at Uncle Buck’s................. 24
Time Trial #4 .............................................25
Porsches & Ponies......................................28
Past Event Recaps
Bluebonnet Sunday Drive..........................16
Happy Hour at Bavarian Grill....................24
April Showers Brings Dirty Cars to MSR..26
Goin’ for HOPE Raffle.................................3
A Novice View: 1971 Sun Valley Parade...20
2 Board Meeting
6 Autocross #4 Penn
8 Lewisville Lunch
13 Sunday Drive
17 Happy Hour
19 Father’s Day Outing
24 Southlake Lunch
27 Autocross #5 Penn
4 Board Meeting
6-8 Round Up
10 Lewisville Lunch
19 Happy Hour
26 Southlake Lunch
EC - Eagle’s Canyon, Slidell
MW- Mineral Wells Airport, Mineral Wells
MSR- Motor Sport Ranch, Cresson
RS - Ranger Stadium, Arlington
TMS- Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth
Penn- Pennington Field Stadium, Bedford
3-9 Parade - St. Charles IL.
13 Lewisville Lunch
15 Happy Hour
17 Porsches & Ponies
22 Southlake Lunch
24 RAC Benefit for Hope
25 Time Trial #4 MSR
8 Board Meeting
11 Time Trial #5 MW
12 Autocross # 6 MW
14 Lewisville Lunch
16 Happy Hour
18-19 Driver Education MSR
26 Southlake Lunch
By Clyde Coman
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2010 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents
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Mike Brodigan, President
held off for eighteen
months, but I just can’t
take it anymore. Not
once since I have been Prez,
have I used this column to brag
about my grandkids, but I just
have to do it just this once. I
just got back from spending a
week with my daughter Kelly and her family. She, Joel and
the kids live in Denver so we can’t be everyday Grandma
and Grandpa, but when we do get our hands on them, boy
do they get spoiled! Michael Brodigan Walter is my four
year old grandson. He calls Judy “Funny Grandma,” and I
am “Race-car Grandpa.” We like those names. Every time
Michael comes to our house, he gets in the race-car to see
if he is big enough yet. It will come all too fast. Grace
Evelyn Walter is our two year old granddaughter. Just like
her mom. Payback is hell, but she is so darn cute! She
gets away with just about anything. Beautiful aren’t they?
We have some special social
events planned for this summer. Our
“Round Up” celebration will be held
in Grapevine August 6th, 7th, and
8th. All sorts of fun activities are
planned: A little wine tasting, a car
show, an Elvis review, and a Sunday
drive, just to name a few. Check the
ad in this month’s Slipstream and
save the dates. We are also planning
a day at the horse track in July. We will all get together
for “Porsches and Ponies” July 17th at the beautiful Lone
Star Park in Grand Prairie. We might even place a bet
or two. In June, we are throwing a Father’s Day party at
Speed Zone, and don’t forget all the neat stuff we do every
month. Check our website for all the scoop.
We still need some helping hands and some extra cash
to keep our Huffaker Hughes Hope House project rolling.
To all of you who have contributed your time or treasure:
Thank You! There is still time to give a little extra to make
the lives of the Women and Children at the HHHH a little
that kind of person and he is the June “Mav of the month.”
He is the DE chairperson, and with his leadership the
program continues to grow and improve. I can’t tell you
the number of members who have made a point to let me
know just how great a job John is doing. John, thanks for
all you do! See y’all soon,
For being the Maverick of the Month, The Silver
Fox in Grapevine is giving John dinner for two at
their award winning steak house.
John, thanks for all you do! Mike
Mav of the Month
Our “Mav of the Month” is John Hamilton. Our DE
program is the largest single activity Maverick region
does. To make it work, it takes a leader who is competent,
enthusiastic, and a problem solver. John Hamilton is just
Mike enjoys the Maverick social events,
is a Drivers Education instructor and
does a little Club Racing as well. His first
Porsche is a 1999 Boxster that he intends
to own forever. He also has a track
prepared 1989 944 Turbo S (Chouncey).
AX Chair Tannia
Dobbins Lewisville Milton, James
TT Lewisville Chair Travis Howard
AX/TT Registrar Michael
AX/TT Rules Charlie Davis
AX/TT Safety Chuck McCoy
AX/TT Schools Bryan Bell
& Lisa Steele
AX/TT Tech Insp Jeff Herrmann
AX/TT Timing Darron Shaffer
AX/TT Workers Mike Lockas
Club Race Co-Chair Joel Nannis
Club Race Co-Chair Bill Miller
Club Race Ads/PR Lori Mauthe
Club Race Registrar Wendy Shoffit
Concours Jack Griffin
DE Chair John Hamilton
DE Chief Dvg Instr. John Sandusky
DE Registrar Joel Nannis
DE Safety Bob Benson
Email List Modr. Bob Benson
Goodie Store Christy Payne
Happy Hours Chris
& Mentors Christensen
& Mike Lockas
Membership Joel Nannis
Past President James Shoffit
Public Relations Andrea Bell
Advertising Jan Mayo
Event Ad Design Mark Gluck
Mailing & Tech. Andy Mears
Printing Fran Ussery
Staff Wendy Shoffit, Matt Platts,
Andy Mears, Jan Mayo
Zone 5 Rep.
Bryan bought a 1999 996 and joined
PCA in 2003 after longing for a 911 his
whole life. Then fell in love with driving
one! He is active in Drivers Education,
Autocross and Time Trial. Bryan
works at Digital Print, Inc. located at
Motorsport Ranch in Cresson.
Lisa has been a member of Maverick
Region since 1995 and has had several
Porsches currently driving a 1999 red
911. She is active in Drivers Education,
Autocross and Time Trial. For the past
year Lisa’s 911 wore number 11 identifying
her as the Ladies Top Driver of 2007.
Please help us to keep growing!
Jim just joined Maverick Region in
August, 2008. He drives a 1992 968
cab and has recently enjoyed several
social events. Jim is looking forward to
participating in all the driving events.
Richard Bradley, Managing Editor
This has certainly been a month
worth remembering. And for
those in the inner circle, you
know my reasoning. Make sure to enjoy
every minute while driving your Porsche,
one never knows when it will be your last.
By the time you read this, I am hoping that
I’ll be driving a new Boxster, but as we all
know, we aren’t guaranteed our desires.
We had plenty of events this month that seemed to have
been phenomenal, as well as more to come next month
including our National Parade. Parade is where you will
make friends that will last a lifetime and truly believe that it’s
not just the cars, it’s the people! Along with seeing old friends
and making new ones, there’s always plenty of eye candy to
take in. I trust there will be plenty of stories and images I’ll
be sharing on upcoming Slipstream pages.
I’ve been making more changes to Slipstream that I hope
you like along with help from several talented individuals.
We are always looking for new ideas and hands to help in the
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5 th Annual
Autos in the Park Car Show
June 6, 2010 - Noon to 4:00 PM
Cooper Aerobics Center
12200 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas
Benefiting The Cooper Institute & Texas Scottish Rite Hospital
Register at www.cooperaerobics.com.
Show car registration fee: $20 in advance, $25 day of show.
Mail registration fee to Tom Stumpf, TFS Consultancy,
15763 Seabolt Place, Addison, TX 75001
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Lisa Steele, Secretary
Hola, ¿Cómo estás esta noche?
Ooops! I am still in Cinco
de Mayo mode. Okay, back
to the real minutes from our May 5th
meeting. We had a large group join us
this month with a few new faces. We
welcome Winston Barrant, Tom and
Susan Froehlich, and Michael Pelletier to
their first Board Meeting.
Steve Boyd, who is not new to MAVPCA (he was
our former webmaster), but this may have been his first
Board Meeting, started our roundtable discussion with
Boxstoberfest. Steve is seeking insurance from our Region
for a one day tour that is a part of Boxstoberfest in the Hill
Country. After some discussion about drivers on this tour
driving at posted speeds, Clint Blackman made a motion
to give insurance to Boxstoberfest with the condition that
Steve will have the event organizers and the tour drive
leaders sign a written statement that they will maintain
the posted speed limits on the drives and that all drivers
will sign the agreement as well. Jan Mayo 2nd the motion.
Mike Brodigan and Linda Bambina presented the next
item up for discussion. After the playground equipment
has been installed at the Huffaker Hughes Hope House,
there is currently $1,878 remaining from monies collected
from fundraising efforts. This amount is clearly not enough
money to finish all landscaping plans for the backyard. The
playground equipment is not safe to play on until specific
materials are placed under and around the equipment.
There were some concerns voiced regarding the amount
of latitude the board has in voting for cash donations
without giving the at large members an opportunity for
input. Therefore, Mike motioned that at the June Board
Meeting we will vote on a contribution of $5,000 for
the Hope House. Prior to this meeting Mike will send an
email blast to ask for comments from the other members.
At the June meeting we will also Amend the budget to
always include a line item for the Hope House. Jan 2nd
the motion…approved. The $1,878 will go to making the
playground safe for the kids to play on.
Monda Hanna was present to announce Bob Lewis’
departure from the Happy Hour Committee. The
committee will include Monda, Mike Lockas, and Chris
Christensen. Monda did mention that they would love to
have a photographer join their group to help takes pictures
for articles. The next HH will be at Abuelo’s in Lewisville.
Jan Mayo reported that we have a new advertiser on
p.28 of this issue…turbolubricants.com
Bob Lewis was present, but had nothing to say. Lots of
claps around the room for Bob’s wonderful work finding
fabulous Happy Hour locations each month.
Jim Falgout was happy to report that “we have money.”
Ed Mullenix reported that there are currently 16
people signed up for his Saturday Tech Session at his shop.
Tom and Susan Froehlich were present to announce
that they are co-chairing with Tom and Barbara Minnella
to bring us Round-Up 2010. The tentative date is set for
August 6th –August 8th. Susan passed out a very detailed
schedule of events. This looks like an event you do not
want to miss. All activities will be in the Grapevine area.
Carey Spreen announced that he is working on ideas
for the next Rally.
Jack Griffin reported that The Concours event on June
6th at the Cooper Aerobic Center, will have a “Porsches in
the Park” within the Autos in the Park event. There will
be a special area for all Porsches to park and be judged for
our own Concours event.
Robyn Howard announced that she will be working
with Christy Payne to change the Autocross/Time Trial
ads in slipstream. The next AX is scheduled for May 16th
and the next TT is on May 23rd at MSR.
Travis Howard reported that the last Autocross/Time
Trial weekend was cancelled due to heavy rain. There
were not enough people present to safely run the event
and the rain caused puddles, puddles, and more puddles.
Travis announced that there will be a cap of 48 people
for the MSR event. He also noticed that the ad in the
April issue of Slipstream had wrong information, but the
website is correct.
Michael Pelletier took in the whole experience of the
Board Meeting and said “hello.”
Clint Blackman said that he is going to go chase
dinosaurs on his next Sunday Drive. The drive will be
driving through Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose.
Pat Friend reported that the Goodie Store website is
going great and he will be helping Jack with the “Porsches
in the Park.”
Wendy Shoffitt reported that she is working on Club
Race. There are currently 30 racers signed up. She also
announced that there will probably be a Pre-Parade get
together dinner before everyone leaves for St. Charles, IL.
Wendy also made the recommendation that Carey Spreen
be nominated for our enthusiast at this year’s Parade. What
a wonderful choice…Go Carey, go Carey!! Wendy also
gave us the next location for the 2011 Parade. It will be in
And on that note…the meeting was almost adjourned.
Mike had to announce our Mav of the Month. It is none
other than our very own DE Chair…John Hamilton. VERY
Meeting adjourned at approximately 8:30pm.
It’s Easy to Play:
Play here for Fun and Education and find the
Play for Prizes on the Web at http://mavpca.org
Answers and Winners to be posted at the end of
Thanks to Jerry DeFeo for putting this and the
Web Trivia together!
Congratulations to our April Web Winner
for getting two of the five correct and
who will receive a $25 Gift Certificate to
1. The Porsche internal number ‘951’ was later to be know to the Porsche
Public as a _________?
a. 959 b. 924 Turbo c. 944 Turbo d. 968 Cabriolet
Apr 2010 Excellence, p 100
2. The 12.9 mile Nordschleife of the Nurburgring is actually a toll road and
the public can drive on it. About how much does it cost to make each
a. $15 b. $25 c. $35 d. $45
Mar 2010 Car & Driver, p31
3. The Nurburgring is known for its many twists and turns, and its changes
in elevation. Approximately how much change is there in elevation
from the lowest to the highest points?
a. 115’ b. 400’ c. 775’ d. 1000’
Mar 2010 Car & Driver, p31
4. An article reviewing different Cars said that a Porsche had the shortest
stopping distance on dry pavement at 112 feet. Which Porsche was it?
a. 911 b. Boxster c. Cayman d. 911 Turbo
Apr 2010 Consumers Reports, p1
5. An article reviewing different Cars said that a Porsche had the fastest
maximum Emergency Handling Speed at 59.5 mph. Which Porsche
a. 911 b. Boxster c. Cayman d. 911 Turbo
Apr 2010 Consumers Reports, p13
Answers: 1) c 2) c 3) d 4) b 5) a
Cars, Planes & Kids at the 2010 Porsche Parade!
by Cole Scrogham
OK, it’s not Planes, Trains and Automobiles,
but it’s pretty close! You might be thinking
from the title that the Parade staff is planning
something special and you would be right!
Are you ready for a “new” kind of Welcome Party at
the Parade this year? What about combining our annual
get together with a fundraiser
benefiting Advocate Hope
Children’s Hospital in Oak Lawn,
Illinois; which will feature a
grand prize drawing for a brand
new 2011 Cayenne S! This is the
first Parade fundraiser of its kind-
- one benefitting a major non-profit hospital dedicated to
saving children’s’ lives.
That’s right, this family themed event will award one
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The Pirelli Welcome Party at the 2010 Porsche Parade
will come in a brand new format. PCA members will be
joined by Hope Children’s Hospital donors and leadership
and both Porsche AG and Porsche Cars North America
will be showcasing their products alongside Pirelli. We
are making a big investment to ensure everyone will be
impressed throughout the evening—and we’re certain it will
The Pirelli Welcome Party will be held in an airplane
hangar at DuPage County Airport’s brand new Flight Center
adjacent to the headquarters hotel. Be sure to sign up to
attend this banquet
so that after you
get settled in at the
hotel, you can come
over and join us.
On display at the
airport will be old
Porsche cars and new Porsche products. Live and silent
auctions benefiting Hope Children’s Hospital will add to the
ambiance of this unprecedented event.
The menu for the evening will feature local specialties
that are rich in Chicago tradition, including deep dish
“Chicago Style” pizza, hot dogs (with all the traditional
“Chicago” trimmings), Italian beef sandwiches, barbecued
ribs and cheesecake. Local wineries and microbreweries
will provide seasonal beverages. If you skipped the
Welcome Party on your meals list, you might want to go
ahead and add this one back in. This will be one of the best
Welcome Party meals ever!
Now—more about that exciting raffle! Tickets cost
$150 each and all proceeds will benefit Hope Children’s
Hospital. Hope is a specialty hospital staffed by over 175
pediatricians representing 30 specialties and subspecialties.
Since opening in 1996, Hope has been committed to
providing not only highly skilled medical expertise, but
also quality care that is private, child-friendly, familyfocused
and compassionate. The drawing will be held
at approximately 9 p.m. at the Pirelli Welcome Party.
To deepen our partnership, Hope Children’s
Hospital will host a Chicago Region Show and
Shine event prior to the Parade on June 13 and will
participate in PCNA’s Porsche Sport Drive Event the
day before the Parade begins. For more details on these
events, or Hope Children’s Hospital, please visit www.
There is still time to register for the Parade at http://
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help you find the time to explore the Porsche Club of
America’s premiere event of the year. This will be a family
themed event, including your family —and the Porsche
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By Paul Valdez
It has been said that we can thank God, Lady
Bird Johnson, and the Texas Department of
Transportation for the wonderful Bluebonnets.
But to that list, we must thank Dr. Porsche for providing the
perfect car from which to view the scenery. Thirty eight
bright and shiny
two vintage 356’s,
Boxsters, 911’s, a
couple of 928’s,
and our first ever
Panamera made this
annual event the
best ever. We even
had one Chevrolet
two PCA members
from Santa Barbara
California. They heard of the legendary Maverick region
Bluebonnet tour, and wanted along for the ride as they
were in town, sans their Porsche.
As usual, the weather was perfect for our annual drive.
Drive Meister Clint Blackman had prepared a tour through
the hills of Ennis,
which was really
a crowd pleaser.
road, you inevitably will get the admiring stares and
friendly waves of bystanders. It takes quite a bit to draw
attention away from the natural beauty of the Texas
landscape, but a fleet of German beauty and technology
will do it every time.
was perfect for
top down, sunroof
open, or windows
down driving. Two
planned stops were
made, with plenty
of time to take
pictures, catch up
with old friends, and
to make new ones as
What a great group of friends to spend the day with!
well. Pat Silva, our
newest club member with her new Porsche racing green
911 Carrera S, was already planning to make the next
Sunday drive to Dinosaur Valley State Park located just
northwest of Glen Rose.
Of course the
only way to really
end a great drive
is with Bar-B-
An abundance of
I-45 was the
one Daisy (the King
Spaniel) were on
display. What began Food and beverage flowed, as we all toasted another
many years ago successful Sunday drive with a great time had by all. To
simply as a drive
those who have not had
from one bluebonnet
the thrill of joining our
field to another,
Sunday drives, I
has blossomed into
suggest you check the
one of Texas’ major
drive schedule on the
events, drawing bus
Maverick website, and
put it on your calendar.
and people of all
We would love for you
ages admiring the
to join us on the next
state flower. But of
you get this many
z o o m i n g
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By the time you read this, the
May Memorial Weekend Club
Race will have concluded.
It’s mid May and we Mav’s are hosting a
Club Race on Memorial day weekend. I
absolutely love this event. I’ve worked in
tech inspection for many events in a row
and just love the experience. It’s fun to be
an observer. Plus, it is at Eagles Canyon where David and
Linda Cook are the track owners and just a delight to be
around. We are so lucky to have them in the area. If ya ever
get the chance to have a libation with them and discuss all
things automotive, you will be highly entertained as they are
an amazing couple.
I already envision how things will
unfold for the race. Friday, in tech, we
will weigh a huge number of cars and
the PCA Scrutineer will be there to
check logbooks as well as help new,
first time racers get their logbooks in
order. This will go into the evening till
maybe 7:00 PM. First time race cars
will be looked over very carefully. Are
the belts properly wrapped and pinned? Is the battery tied
down correctly? Is the cage correct and safe as well as legal?
Does the shut off system work correctly? Many, many things
to consider. For me, I want the driver to be safe. I leave it to
the scrutineer to decide if it is correct for the class entered in.
It’s so fun to meet the drivers, see their cool cars and just
send them on their way ready for friendly (most of the time),
Workers for grid, hot pits, flag stations will meet each
morning around 7 AM. Then be on station around 7:50 AM.
Checking in on radios to control just before 8:00 am. “Cars
on course” at 8:00 sharp. 99.99% of this will be orchestrated
by volunteers from our club.
I marvel at every ones ability to tie everything together.
Multiple people always stand out in my “Club Race World.”
I’ll name some here quickly and know I’m leaving many out
(please forgive me). Bob Benson, always seems to be in hot
pits and on top of everything. His wealth of experience is
amazing in this realm. Jan Mayo, will be working grid. She
seems to dance among the cars lining them up with perfect
precision, and that always present smile. Lisa Steele, will
appear to be in about 20 places at one time. If you need
something she can make it happen. Christy Payne, can find
anyone you need to talk to and always knows who is assigned
to what task. Christy is always available for anything needed.
Plus the ever present Wendy Shoffit, who also seems to be in
about 20 places at once as well.
PCA Race Weekend
Well guys it is the women and a few token guys that make
this gig go. Joel Nannis, Michael Wingfield, Keith Olcha, etc.
are crucial in this endeavour and there’s too many more to
mention. I know I sit and marvel at everyone’s hard work and
prowess at this event every year. Yet it is the girls that run this
gig..... How funny is that?
Once test and tune is done on Friday, business gets serious
on Saturday. DE (solo only) is perfectly intermixed with all
the race activity and that is so cool. Practice sessions will
begin, then sprints. Practice starts are always entertaining to
watch, will take place.
So many classes of cars will be on course. For me too
many classes and rules to spend time figuring out. I’ll just
strive to make sure they are safe if they
come into tech inspection. But, it’s the
cars, drivers and all those workers that
make the whole event so fun to simply
watch from the technician perspective.
Cup cars, Boxster’s, 993’s, 964’s,
Carrera’s, SC’s, mechanical injected
and those with carburetors, early
lightweight 911’s, 968’s, 944’s, 914’s
some of the cars turbocharged. This is fun stuff.
Sunday will roll around and we will see how things sort
out. By then we will have had a great party Saturday night,
much will have been discussed about track conditions, who is
quick and who might be sandbagging. Who broke and where
that situation is.
Another cool thing is that everyone helps everyone. If
one participant needs a part or a special tool and someone
else has it? No problem. People jump right in and help each
other make grid. Not only help with a part or tool, but jump
in and lend a hand in any way needed. That is so awesome.
I want to dedicate some time here to the flag and safety
people. The folks in our region that work the individual
corners, grid, hot-pits etc. at all the different race tracks are
amazing to me. I’ve worked as a corner worker for CVAR on
a couple occasions as a novice workers, trying not to make
a mistake. That experience has given me a chance to realize
just how good these people are. A huge number of them have
worked thousands of events. Events ranging from Formula 1,
ALMS, NASCAR, SCCA, 2 wheeled events etc.
When on station at a corner, it is best to have someone
looking upstream and someone looking downstream. Plus
someone for communication with race control. That is what
I understand to be a minimum number needed for each
corner station. Each person has to be so observant. They have
a racers life in their hands in so many ways. If an incident
continued on pg 21
A Novice View: 1971 Sun Valley Porsche Parade
by Andrew S. Chisholm
As a young rookie Porsche owner, I discovered
the benefits of PCA membership after joining
in 1969. What really got my attention was
this wonderful Panorama magazine that appeared in my
mailbox each month. In the days when there were no
electronic means of communication (as we practice today),
and Porsche ownership was somewhat rare, this magical
Porsche-only publication was a real treat to receive.
Panorama’s pages included
lovingly written articles about
Porsche cars and the people who
drove them. It featured advertising
of Porsche stuff to buy, upcoming
events to attend, Porsche factory
news and stories of Porsche racing
from all over the world. One event
that caught my eye was the annual
PCA convention, referred to as
the Porsche Parade. In 1971, Sun
Valley, Idaho would be the location.
I just had to attend.
I must admit being somewhat intimidated at attending
such an extravaganza. Some of those famous people
mentioned in the “Pano” would be there. No one from my
region was going to attend. How would I do competing
against all of those experienced and accomplished Porsche
drivers? Maybe I should sit this one out. Or just attend
and take pictures. I decided to enter the autocross and the
hill climb competition. At least I had some local autocross
After a wonderful trip in my 1969 912, I drove into the
parking lot of the Sun Valley Lodge. It was a beautiful place,
but my first fear had come true. There I was in the midst
of hundreds of Porsches and I knew no one. However, no
sooner than I had switched off the ignition, I was approached
by an official-looking guy in a Castrol Oil hat. Uh oh, I
must be parked in the wrong place. He had spotted my
Virginia license plates and came over to introduce himself.
Turns out he was Dan Rowzie of the Potomac region. Dan
and I had met at a couple of PCA events back east, and he
was one of those famous people with his name in the Pano,
as he served as the National Public Relations guy for PCA.
Dan introduced me to the members of his group and invited
me to park with them in the concours prep parking lot. So
much for not knowing anyone 2000 miles from home!
Tuesday was concours day with over 100 Porsche cars
displayed for judging. It is hard to explain the impression
that spectacular scene had on me. I used all of the film for my
camera that I had brought with me and wished I had more. I
went from Porsche to Porsche, taking notes and pictures and
talking to most anyone who would listen. What a wonderful
day! The owners of the Porsches displayed all seemed to
have a special story about their cars and were anxious to tell
the story. Back at the Lodge late that afternoon, I thought
that this sort of gathering was not just about the cars, but
the very special people who drive them. Maybe there is a
slogan brewing there.
I was real nervous about the
autocross. If there is any event
where I can display my skills, the
autocross is it. On Wednesday
morning, I showed up early to make
sure that I was prepared. First, the
912. Just take all movable items
from the interior and trunk, take
off the hubcaps (yes, hubcaps)
and adjust the tire pressures. For
a “stock” class Porsche, that is
about it and not much has changed
over the years. As for driver prep,
walk the course and make sure you
know exactly where you want to go. One main thing about
the autocross game is not to hesitate while you wonder
where the course goes.
The Sun Valley autocross was held on public streets,
some of which were roads in front of houses and condos
not yet built. This made for kind of a “road cross”, fun
to drive and safe for the drivers. The 912 class was well
represented, with 23 cars entered as four cylinder Porsches
were pretty common. As the 912 group lined up for the
start, I thought I should have a pretty good chance to do
well. Lots of different colors and years of 912s were staged,
but all seemed somewhat the same, making it close to a
The flagman waived the green and I was off on my first
Porsche Parade autocross. This was big time for me and I
wanted to make a good showing. I did OK following the
course, made a couple of mistakes in the “turn around” area
where I thought I should shift to first gear and ultimately
finished 7th in class. I was kind of disappointed with my
performance, but only 2.34 seconds from the first place
time of 1:51.69. At the autocross banquet, I was awarded
a trophy for my efforts and received applause from those in
attendance. Wow, I was one notch down from the Indy 500!
Upon arriving home, I had all of my pictures developed
and thought that I sure would like to have one of my 912
in action during the autocross. A great idea would to be
to put a request in the Mart section of Pano, so I sent in
an advertisement to the Wanted section. After all, lots of
people were there and maybe someone would have a picture
that they would share. I never got a response from my ad,
but the Pano editor took note of my request and published
a picture of my 912 and me in action at the Sun Valley
There, in the September, 1971 issue of the Porsche
Panorama, for all the world to see forever, is a picture of
me autocrossing with the windshield wipers on full blast. It
was not raining. Be careful of what you wish for.
In the minds and memories of all who attended the Sun
Valley Parade, it has always been known as one of the best
ever, especially for it’s time. I was fortunate to have been
there. I have that 7th place trophy around here somewhere,
but the memories of the folks who were there remain
today. People such as Dan Rowzie, Walt Woodhead and
Bob Harper and their friends and family of the Potomoc
Region made my first Porsche Parade a neat experience.
My attendance at 28 Porsche Parades since has added many
more lifetime Porsche friends as the years have gone by.
Check out the next Parade, where ever it may be held, for
lifetime memories of your own.
Oh, one more thing. I have been practicing at this
autocross thing and want you six guys who beat me in Sun
Valley to know that I want a re-match!
occurs in their area of responsibility, much has to be done
instantly. Warn oncoming cars of a situation, digest the
event and record car number/color, communicate with race
control, be prepared to rush to a car with serious problems
such as fire, driver impact trauma, etc. Know how to put out
a fire, extract a driver from a car, it is very serious when any
When lunchtime occurs and everyone gathers, you will
see this group come in and sit together for some quick food
before going right back on station. Go say hello. Good people.
I know for a fact that almost all the drivers on course will
give each corner station a wave on their cool down lap as a
show of recognition and respect. I’ve also seen some come by
after the track goes cold and just say hello and be sure these
workers know they are appreciated.
After the first time I worked an event on a corner I made
sure that when this Club Race event comes around my shop
has something just for them. It isn’t a big deal, but I want them
to be a little more appreciated at the event my shop sponsors.
A tee shirt or cap, something to show our appreciation.
This, to me is the best time of year. Good weather, many
events, everyone is coming out of the winter cave......
Just Ramblin Along!, Cliff
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Member Spotlight: Wade Andres
by Andrea Bell
am pleased to introduce to you
another new Maverick member
this month, Wade Andres. Wade
comes to us with quite a history of Porsches
in his family. One of those cars is a 1991
964 C4 that he bought new with a trade
in of a Guards Red 1986 Coupe. He says
he drove off regretting leaving the clutch,
steering and long throw shifter for an easy chair car. He said
you can tell when my
son Zach is driving
the 964, because he
puts the tail up! It
has 42,000 miles and
has been lowered
with big torsion bars.
Until last Sunday’s
autocross, he thought
those were going to be
Instead, he learned
that he should have kept his first Porsche, a 1973 914, green
2.0. In ‘83 he wanted to turn it into a track car, but got busy
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with graduate school, earning a living, etc. It turned out
to be a great weekend car for hauling bikes to White Rock
Lake and was eventually it was replaced by a 1983 Carrera.
That ‘83 turned into an ‘86, and a first marriage. The
‘91 was purchased with an $8,000 discount from Porsche
after the best deal you could make on the car. At the time,
the performance numbers appealed to a big block teenager
so it was done, with early regrets. However, Wade’s sons,
Travis, now 19, and Zach, now 17, grew up in the ‘91 so it
is hard to lose. Wade
added, “Also there
is something about
an air cooled car,
the way they sound,
handle, smell - it is a
lost era.” He’s hoping
he can make it into a
fun car that the boys
and he can both enjoy.
In 2006, he
wanted a new car and found the ‘06 S - a wonderful, beautiful
car. He added, it is big, fast and comfortable, but not as
engaging as the air cooled. Two years ago, he purchased an
‘05 Turbo S RUF 550. He said, “It is a car that is a status
symbol - you are not worthy! It will push your eye balls
back in their sockets crazy, but like I said, a status symbol.”
Wade has also raced in the American Power Boat
Association and then later on sport bikes but said he realized
the safety percentages were no longer in his favor.
Wade added that he has already been really impressed
with the friendliness that he has encountered in every PCA
event that he has
in and added the
is great. He said
he really looks
forward to making
some great friends
and enjoying a
sport that he can
really enjoy and share with his kids. He added at the end,
“Hey Autocross guys - I will not look at my times, nor squeal
my tires! But watch out because I might be a sleeper! I may
be too old to ever get into their league – but I want to try!”
We are pleased to have Wade and his family, join our
Maverick family. If you are a new member and would like to
be considered for our monthly “SPOTLIGHT’ feature,
please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Hour at Bavarian Grill
by Chris Christensen
Sprechen sie Deutsch? It would
be fun even if we did remember
just a little of our High School
or College German for that matter. We
all know the story today regarding our
European friends, most speak at least
two languages fluently. So if you want
to practice your German while downing
a few Pilsner brews it is entirely possible to do so at the
Bavarian Grill. Look at this way…if you visit often enough
you may even become fluent or at least well indoctrinated in
German biers and wines…or both. Andrea (the owner) will
happily accommodate and reciprocate in perfect English if
What a cool place to have a Porsche Happy Hour and
we might add immensely popular with Mavericks. About
40 Porschephilles showed up with an array of their Porsche’s
parked in a more than ample parking lot. Parking is much
appreciated when we have to park our beautiful cars, so it
is especially nice to park next to another Porsche – then we
know they will not be dinged – right? We are also sure the
executives at Zuffenhausen would approve of the Bavarian
Grill and what also is amazing; so many Mavericks came
out on tax day…wow! Those returns must have generated
some extra cash! What is also interesting is the number of
Porsche’s in the Metroplex, and the size of the Maverick
membership – about a thousand folks in all. And that
represents just a small segment of local Porsche owners. If
all those non-members knew they were entitled to a PCA
discount at the local Porsche dealers maybe more would
join – spread the word!
Since Happy Hours seem to focus around Mexican
food, mainly because it is very prevalent in the Dallas
area and also because of its moderate pricing, it is a nice
change of pace to partake of German food. The Bavarian
Grill advertises the largest Schnitzels in Texas! Well what
exactly is a Wiener schnitzel anyway you might ask? Really
it is just a thin cut of meat coated in bread crumbs and then
fried. (Hey we never promised healthy-just good). It is
a very popular part of the Viennese and Austrian cuisine.
Traditionally it is served with a side of lingonberry jam or
cranbury sauce. The traditional Wiener is made of veal and
One of the highlights of the Grill is the service. We
had a pretty big crowd and the service staff was very
professional…hats off to them, they work hard. So milling
around we discovered some new faces in the crowd…and
please if we missed anyone we are very sorry. Maybe we
need to have a sign-in table for all those new Mavericks.
Joining us at HH for the first time was Brad and Jen Nesbitt,
who recently joined PCA and drive a 1999 Boxster,
welcome to you both and we might add a good choice for
your first Porsche. Also Charlie Capers who just joined as
well, Charlie drives a 2008 Cayman S. Again, our apologies
if we missed including anyone.
We are sure everyone enjoyed listening to Rich Keesecker
and his expert renditions of Bavarian folk music, we were
well entertained. Rich is a member of the Bavarian Music,
Culture, and Folk Dance Preservation Society of Dallas.
And then there was a surprise with Ed Mullinex keeping the
beat on the spoons, and singing along in key. Who knew?
We have lots of talent in our group! Happy Birthday was
played on cow bells by the staff – Happy Birthday again to
Mike Lockas! We won’t ask how old Mike…
The next Happy Hour will be back to the Wild Wood
Grill in Southlake. Located at 2700 E. Southlake Blvd.
See you all there!
April Showers bring what? Dirty cars to MSR!!
By Carrie Carrera
Our second Driver Education event of the 2010
season had a very wet start. Most of the
Dallas metro-plex was under very heavy rain
showers from the wee hours of the morning that
continued during our collective pilgrimage to
Motorsport Ranch in Cresson, TX on Saturday
morning, April 24th. So for those of us who
had street tires, that is rain tolerant tires, on our
track cars were able to make the trip in our –
what were – clean cars. Those on trailers also
probably started out clean. However, by the
time we arrived, most of us were covered with
rain spray. Oh darn. And of course, as we are
heading to the club house, the rain stops!!
After our driver’s meetings were completed,
the track had started to dry in the rising sun
and clearing clouds. The instructors had their
first session, and thank you – they pretty much
dried out the track. The rain stayed away the
rest of the weekend, and heck, the cars didn’t
look so dirty coming out of big bend headed for
Thank you to Park
Place Porsche for
the event. All
a very nice duffle
bag with the
– probably the
seen in 25 years
of PCA!! Park
Place had their
Bob Benson, ready for anything
banners in place
despite the wind,
and a great corner in the paddock full of customer and
On Saturday our lunch break featured 2 Parade
Lap events – our usual charity for the Hope Shelter
on the 1.3 track, and a special ‘spirited’ parade lap for
the guests of Park Place on the 1.7 track. Dollars were
raised to support the new children’s play area.
We had great participation in the DE itself – and a full
Photos by Charlie Davis
compliment of instructors. And what horsepower – wow,
team 3 green group featured a Cayman S, Carrera, 2 911
turbos, and 2 911 GT2s. And all did very well. Across all
All smiles for the session
of our teams we saw many promotions from green to blue,
blue to blue solo, and yellow to white. This makes room
for more green students for the future events. Congrats to
our students for running
a nice clean event.
Our events always
run smoothly thanks to
our Safety Chairman
Bob Benson and his
team of happy corner
workers. We try to make
their day as boring as
possible – and we were
successful this time.
Black Flag was partially
managed by Sophie
the Wonder Track Dog
with owner Team 1 lead
instructor Bill Miller.
She didn’t mind having
to ride in the 914 to the
New to our event
thanks to DE Chief
Driving Instructor, John
Sandusky, is that we now have Blue Group log books. So
now we have a great way to track and quantify the progress
of our intermediate students on their way to yellow and
Sophie and Bill Miller ready their flags
eyond. The books were very well received and this
generated not only enthusiasm -also a great sense of pride
as students got checkmarks in the boxes.
The most smiles for the miles – that’s what we say
about our DE events. You can even see the smile behind
Happy Student and
Instructor ready for their
Instructor Team 3 lead Lori
Mauthe with student
Our next event is the
PCA Club Race over
Memorial Day weekend
for our students who
have reached SOLO
status and our club race
participants at Eagles
Canyon Raceway over
Memorial Day, and we
look forward to seeing
everyone back at Motorsport Ranch for events in September
and October, and season wrap-up at Eagles Canyon in
November. Check out the website for more information.
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(125 feet s. of Pioneer, on the W. side of Corzine st.)
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by Ed Mullenix
The Tops and Dogs tech session
was a huge success. We had
25 cars show up, 22 of which
had convertible tops. This was an interactive
tech session. I started things off by
demonstrating how to apply painters tape
to the edges of the plastic rear window and
then apply a paper barrier. Plastic sheeting
was draped on the front, rear, and windows. After proper
masking, the top preservative spray was applied according to
After watching how to do it, everyone pitched in and we
tag-teamed the masking, draping, and spraying. The first car
required about 25 minutes or so to complete. By the time we
got to the last round of cars (we were treating four at a time), we
had it down to less than ten minutes per car. The top treatment
is one of those tasks that you know needs to be done, but like
cleaning the garage, you try to put off as long as possible.
We all had a great time doing something that otherwise
would not have been all that entertaining. There was much
conversing, admiring each other’s cars, and camaraderie. There
were several spouses in attendance enjoying their time together
as they coalesced together and engaged in conversation. Not
Tops & Dogs
sure if they were praising our efforts or criticizing our obsession
with our cars.
While we were busy treating tops, my bride Donna
was busy tending the grill. She is from Wisconsin, where
apparently they don’t care for, own, or tolerate gas grills. I
dragged our Weber and necessary supplies down to the shop.
We had food that started with “B” (brats, burgers, beans, and
beer) and surprisingly there were no leftovers! The timing of
the top treatment is arbitrary.
It probably should be done prior to the summer, when the
UV index is greatest the top spray not only protects against
rain, it also acts like “sunscreen.” Not sure how many of you
are art aficionados, but next year, we might try to have the tech
session on the same weekend as the Cottonwood Art Festival.
We could spray our tops in the morning, and check out the
offerings at Cottonwood in the afternoon. Just a thought, let
me know what you think. Several members were excited about
the inter-active tech session. They wanted to know if the club
was planning any more tech sessions like this one. I invite your
ideas on what we could do on a future DIY tech session.
We all had a wonderful time. It’s not our fantastic cars, it’s
the people that make our club so enjoyable!
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For Sale: 1987 Porsche 944, White with Martini vinyl stripes (no-hassle
removal possible), beige leather interior. Very clean interior and exterior. Manual
5 speeds. Runs great, maintenance records, with all parts from name brand
manufacturers (sachs boge, weltmeister, zimmerman). 155,552 miles, strong
engine. Non-smoker, power everything, new brakes, suspensions, spark plugs, fuel
filter, air filter, oil filter, all fluids changed 2000 miles ago, and new plugs on the
transmission. Clutch has half of its life (24mm for 18 new and 36 worn). No rust
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For Sale: 1988 Porsche 924S, 944 engine, single owner, garaged with a
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engine red, & interior, tan leather upholstery, with automatic transmission, power
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For Sale: 1988 Porsche 911 Targa, Popular features of G50 trans. and whale
tail! Excellent condition with recent top-end & clutch rebuild and targa top liner
replaced. Updated suspension ready for the track or street; extra set of Fuchs
included (4 7x16, 2 8x16). Updated Alpine CD stereo with Infinity speakers. Also
included are tool kit, air compressor, original stereo and steering wheel - plus I’ll
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For Sale: 1978 Euro 911 SC Club Race “E” Car, Complete, fully sorted,
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For Sale: 1998 Spec Boxster, Highly developed race built by Speed Gallery
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front and rear lower control arms, Bilstein PSS9 coilovers with upgraded spring
package, Terrat front drop link and rear toe links. New Pagid pads, zero hour
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this exciting spec Boxster class. Beautiful new Speed yellow paint and custom
graphics and custom painted wheels. Over $45,000 invested $38,250 OBO
Paul Fairchild 602-363-8449. (1)
For Sale: 1977 Porsche 911S Targa, $14,000 & 79000 miles, Red with Tan
interior. Low miles on Motor Meister engine rebuild. Service records back to
original owner and many reference/repair manuals included. Contact Cal Byson at
firstname.lastname@example.org for additional pictures and details. (1)
For Sale: 1979 911 SC, Black $17,000.00 Fauk rims and tail new stereo
system and speakers with a new driving Momo wheel with approximately 116,000
miles as I have not used the car for 3 years, but is under a roof and with its own
protective cover. contact email@example.com. (1)
For Sale: 1989 911, Original Texas car and has always in the Ft. Worth/Dallas
area. 94,450 miles. Original paint & interior in excellent condition. Rare and
beautiful Azure Blue, Dark blue top, tan interior, cold AC, BBS Wheels, Alpine
AM/FM/CD Stereo, built-in Radar Detector. We love this car, but have a white 89
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cab also (the wife won’t let go of hers) along with a 1961 356 and too many other
toys ... so something has to go. $20,550 OBO Call or email Troy at 817-343-7556,
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. (2)
For Sale: 1987 porsche 924S, 90,000 original mile. 5 speed manual. Nonturbo.
New timing belts, new 4 tires from Michelin, and new battery. I have to
move out Texas pretty soon, so I need to sell this car. I am the 4th owner. Never
had an accident. Runs in really good condition, no dents, perfect painting. Asking
$3800 firm. 682-522-3159 or email@example.com. (2)
For Sale: 1973 911T Targa, This car is stripped down to the shell with no
engine. All original glass. Pan has been completly replaced. Would make a good
race car project. Have lots of parts and pcs and can send pics to anyone interested.
Was bought as a restoration project but have not been able to find the time to do
the work. Can send pics to anyone interested. $3,000 OBO. Contact Jerry @ cell
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For Sale:1978 Euro 911 SC Club Race Car, Complete, fully sorted,
nothing spared proven winner. Professionally prepared car includes full cage with
NASCAR doors, new Cobra Evolution HALO seats, data acquisition, 8 & 9”
Fuchs, complete state of the art suspension, LSD and all other expected goodies
and modifications throughout. Low time on very strong engine and trans. Straight
clean white with Martini livery. All new expendables, way too much to list, needs
absolutely nothing. Forced to sell quickly at significant loss. $36k obo. Contact
David Keens for complete details. firstname.lastname@example.org 817-228-2948. (2)
For Sale: 2004 Porsche 996 Turbo Cabriolet, Excellent condition, 25k
miles with many additions, to what is already a phenomenal car. Includes power
mods like, KKK K24 Turbos with diverter valves, with silicone boost hoses.
Milltek exhaust and GIAC flashloader programming. Bilstein’s PSS9 coil overs
were installed to improve handling. Other mods include, Tech Art rear wing,
Factory GT2 front bumper, 19” Porsche wheels, and short shifter, Porsche’s PCM/
Navigation package and 100% carbon fiber trim package. Asking $59,900.00.
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For Sale: 1997 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Coupe, Glacier White with Classic
Gray interior. Final production year of the air cooled 3.6 liter, 282 HP engine.
Speed activated rear spoiler. Sirius satellite radio. Sunroof. Michelin Pilot Sport
tires on 17” wheels with Cup Design rims and Porsche crest rim caps. $9,700 top
end rebuild at 63k miles. A/C rebuild at 82k miles. 90,000 miles. $32,000. Contact
Paul at 214-930-4697 or BueterPaul@gmail.com. (3)
For Sale: 1986 911 Carrera Targa, Guards Red with Champagne leather
interior. $9,655 top end engine rebuild at 91,000 miles. New Porsche leather
front seat covers at 97,000 miles. Performance Yokohama tires on custom wheels.
Competition momo steering wheel. 120,000 miles. $18,000. Contact Paul at
214-930-4697 or BueterPaul@gmail.com. (3)
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