• Father’s Day Picnic
• Sunday Drive
• Rally School
• Wild Wildflowers
• May at Mayo’s
September 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
Maverick Minutes ........................................8
Cliff’s Ramblings .......................................19
New Member Spotlight .............................23
New Wheels ...............................................31
Advertiser Index ........................................32
Volume 48 September 2010, Issue 9
Go Online for Latest Updates on Events
Calendar of Events.......................................1
Swap Meet & Concours - Autotechnic ........3
Time Trial #5, Autocross #6 MW weekend ..... 5
Driver Education - MSR ..............................7
Board Meeting .............................................8
Driver Education - MSR ..............................9
Sunday Drive to MSR ................................12
Happy Hour at BJ’s ............................... 24
Sunday Drive - Autumn Trails ...................25
Time Trial #6, Autocross #7 MW weekend ... 28
8 Board Meeting
11 Time Trial #5 MW
12 Autocross #6 MW
14 Lewisville Lunch
16 Happy Hour - BJ’s
18-19 Driver Education MSR
19 Sunday Drive - DE Drive
23 Southlake Lunch
2 Time Trial #6 MW
3 Autocross #7 MW
6 Board Meeting
9 Swap Meet & Concours
10 Sunday Drive - Autumn Trails
12 Lewisville Lunch
16-17 Driver Education MSR
21 Happy Hour - Uncle Julio’s
23 Time Trial #7 MW
24 Autocross #8 MW
28 Southlake Lunch
Past Event Recaps
Maverick Round Up 2010 .........................10
RAC For Hope Swap Meet ........................16
Happy Hour at Uncle Buck’s .....................24
Autocross #5 & Time Trial #4 Results ......26
Trivia Contest ..............................................7
Porsche Celebrates 60 Years in America....12
Help Wanted ..............................................28
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3 Board Meeting
9 Lewisville Lunch
13 Charity Autocross TMS
13-14 Driver Education EC
18 Happy Hour - Mac’s
21 Sunday Drive - Turkey Chase
25 Southlake Lunch
EC - Eagle’s Canyon, Slidell
MW- Mineral Wells Airport, Mineral Wells
MSR- Motor Sport Ranch, Cresson
TMS- Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth
Penn- Pennington Field Stadium, Bedford
8 Board Meeting
11 Founder’s Day
12 Sunday Drive-Christmas Lights
14 Lewisville Lunch
16 Happy Hour - Bavarian Grill
23 Southlake Lunch-
By Tom Froehlich
Alexis Cambell & Mike
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2010 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents
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Mike Brodigan, President
Many of you know that I have a
track prepared 1989 944 Turbo
S. It is a really nice car when
it is not being temperamental. It is a
pretty fast car and is very good looking.
It’s named “Chauncey” after my nephew.
Chauncey (the nephew) is a pretty good
athlete. He is currently playing American
football in Vienna Austria. (I know life is rough!) I named
the car after him because they have three things in common.
They are both fast, black, and handsome. Chauncey is
pretty cool with the whole idea of having a race car named
Earlier this year as we were visiting family, Chauncey’s
football team, The Vienna Vikings, won their way into the
Euro/American Football Championship game. They were
to play Berlin Adler for all the Euro marbles. As my wife
and her sister were consuming a few glasses of wine, they
decided that it would be great fun to fly over and watch
Chauncey play in the Euro Bowl. Next step: Call a third
sister (Chauncey’s mom) and talk her in to going. That was
pretty easy. By about 2:00 am, they all had tickets. They
were to converge in Chicago from Minnesota, Arizona, and
Texas, and fly to Austria. Berlin won the game on a last
second field goal. Chauncey played great. He intercepted
2 passes and scored
The three Sisters
had a great time,
Judy logged country
number 40, (Slovakia)
and I am a couple
poorer. What a life!
We spent the first
weekend in August
with about 40 of our
closest P-car friends
in Grapevine for
our annual Round
What a blast! The
weekend was jampacked
with all sorts
of fun activities.
The food was great
and plentiful, the
Elvis show was lots
of fun, and all the
car activities were
just right. Next year, we are having Round up at Possum
Kingdom Lake. I am already looking forward to it. I would
like to extend a big thank you to Susan and Tom Froehlich,
Barb and Tom Minnella, and BJ and John Harvey for all the
work and planning that made the weekend such a success.
Mav of the Month
Our Mav of the Month is Bob
Benson. Bob is the safety chair for all
our driving events. That is a big job.
Bob is the go to guy that takes care of
all the corner workers, and makes sure
all our events are run safely. He must be
doing well, because we have never had
a serious problem at our DE’s, and our
Club race was “without incident,” the
best kind. Bob also is the moderator for
our chat boards, aka, the computer cop.
For being the Maverick of the Month,
The Silver Fox in Grapevine is giving
Bob dinner for two at their award
winning steak house.
Bob, thanks for all you do.
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 Pat Friend
Happy Hours Chris
& Mentors Christensen
& Mike Lockas
Membership Joel Nannis
Past President James Shoffit
Public Relations Andrea Bell
Advertising Pat Friend
Event Ad Design Christy Payne
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
It’s another scorcher today at 104
degrees and I’m glad to be inside
finishing up this month’s issue. I
would like to apologize to each and every
Maverick concerning the timeliness
Slipstream has been reaching your
mailboxes. Some months seem to go off
without a hitch while others, well you
know what I’m trying to say, they just don’t seem to get to
you soon enough. There’s a lot that goes in to each issue’s
36 pages and for a bunch of volunteers, I think we do a great
job. If anyone has input that could improve how things are
done, please step forward and share your ideas. Drop me an
e-mail at email@example.com.
Also, as a reminder, if you ever need to find out any
information concerning when, where, how much, how close,
or just about anything else about an event, everything is
listed on our Club web site. There’s everything you could
ask for from our History and Bylaws to past issues of
Slipstream to classifieds, Contacts, an on line Trivia contest,
a Goodie Store, even Yellow pages where you can advertise
to other Mavericks. So take advantage of what we have to
offer and put a bookmark at http://mav.pca.org.
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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 July Web Winner
for getting five out of the five correct.
Pierce will receive a $25 Gift Certificate to
1. Who was the Swiss Journalist that urged Max Hoffman to try
to sell Porsches in the US?
a. Kurt Pohl b. Jean-Paul Klaus c. Max Trosch
d. Claude Heuer May 2010 Pano, p79
2. Max started importing Porsches what year?
a. 1949 b. 1950 c. 1951 d. 1952 May 2010 Pano, p79
3. How many cars did he start with?
a. Two b. Three c. Five d. Eight May 2010 Pano, p79
4. Name one of them.
a. 1100cc 356 Coupe b. 1300cc 356 Coupe
c. 1300cc 356 Cabriolet
d. 1300cc Spyder May 2010 Pano, p79
5. By 1954 Max was selling how many Porsches a week?
a. Five b. Seven c. Nine d. Eleven May 2010 Pano, p79
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Honorable Mentions this month go to Cyril Reif and Jheri
Zinn for also getting five of five correct; as the winner was
determined by a drawing to break the tie.
Answers: 1) c 2) b 3) a 4) a 5) d
by Lisa Steele
After taking a month off from
having a Board Meeting, we
certainly had a FULL HOUSE
for our August meeting. The 25 people
present included Bryan Bell, Richard
Bradley, Frank and Bobbie Briggs, Mike
Brodigan, Chris and Ann Christensen,
Jim Falgout, Pat Friend, Tom and Sue
Froehlich, John and BJ Harvey, Travis and Robyn Howard,
Tom and Barbara Minnella, Ed Mullenix, Joel Nannis,
Christy Payne, Madhu Rao, James and Wendy Shoffit,
Carey Spreen, and Lisa Steele. It was nice to see such a
large group even though it did feel like “bring your spouse
to the board meeting” night!
The One and Only Mike Brodigan began the meeting
promptly at 7:00 with the announcement that he has a BIG
ROCK that needs to go to the Hope Shelter. Hopefully,
he can find enough “man power” to get that rock where
it belongs. Next item on Mike’s agenda was that the post
office receipts have been going to Jan Mayo’s address. With
Jan moving on to Colorado, the receipts will now go to our
treasurer Jim Falgout.
Sue Froehlich passed out the schedule of events for
Round-Up 2010 and asked if there were any questions. She
gave a BIG “Thank You” to Barbara & Tom Minnella and
John & BJ Harvey for ALL of their work they have done for
Round Up. Barbara Minnella showed the group some of the
wonderful door prizes. She had gift certificates, cool hats,
and some awesome shirts…lots of GREAT stuff!
Carey Spreen, announced that John Harvey came up with
a nice Tour for Round Up and according the schedule of
events the tour will end at RAC Performance with a tech
talk from Hans.
Joel Nannis reported that we currently have 1,117 members
and 724 affiliated members for a total of 1,891 members of
MAVPCA. He also announced that the September DE at
Motorsport Ranch in now on clubregistration.net.
Jim Falgout says “we have money.”
Chris Christensen reported that the last Happy Hour at
Uncle Bucks had 23 in attendance. The August HH will
be at the Trinity Hall Pub & September’s will be at BJ’s in
Frank Briggs has been working on details for the Show
and Shine at Round Up. He will have ballots for people to
fill out including people in the community. With the Show
and Shine being set up on Main Street in Grapevine, the
Porsches are sure to draw a crowd.
Travis Howard reported that the last two Time Trials were
not too bad. The May 23rd TT at MSR had 45 drivers and
the July TT had 35 drivers. Travis is thinking that he would
like to move the second Time Trial due to the heat in July.
The next Time Trial/Autocross is on September 11th – 12th.
Travis also announced that he will be the new “Grid Queen”
at the DE’s… Should we still keep the “queen” part????
Christy Payne had several things to report on…being
Social Chair is a big job! Christy reported that the Father’s
Day event at Speed Zone was well attended with 47 people.
It was a great place to have an event… an air conditioned
room for people to hang out and talk, lots of good food, and
everyone loved driving on the tracks. Christy also reported
on the Porsches and Ponies event at Lone Star Park that had
14 people attendance. The group had an air conditioned room
that was trackside with lots of great food. The big winner
of the day was Trish Christensen winning $219. Way to Go
Trish!!! The next item on Christy’s agenda was Founder’s
Day/Holiday Party. It will be held at The Gaylord Texan on
December 11th. She would like help with gathering items
for the silent auction. Christy also announced that our very
own John Hamilton will be the DJ as well as our Master of
Ceremonies at Founder’s Day. Founder’s Day/Holiday Party
will be one big party this year especially since the Autocross/
Time Trial end of season celebration will be separate from
Founder’s Day this year. This celebration is scheduled for
November 16th at Dave and Buster’s in Dallas. The cost
will be $30 per person and everyone receives a game card to
go play all of the fun games.
Robyn Howard had only one thing to say…she beat her
husband (Travis) at the last Time Trial at Motorsport Ranch!
Bryan Bell only came to the meeting to eat the cookies.
James Shoffit announced that the Nominating Committee
members are Carey Spreen, Robyn Howard, and James
Shoffit. If anyone is interested in any of the Board positions,
please contact one of these three people.
Wendy Shoffit had all kinds of cool stuff in front of her that
are now for sale on the National website. She had some cool
Porsche flags and other neat stuff so go check out the website.
Wendy also had some beautiful trophies in front of her from
Parade (of course the trophies belonged to the Shoffit family
because they always drive fast). Congratulations Wendy for
bringing home the Fastest Lady Award for the 2nd time in a
row!! Slipstream also won 2nd Place in Class. Wendy also
reminded the group that Maverick Region will be turning 50
in November 2012. Does this mean we should plan a BIG
As well as enjoying his second place accomplishments
for Slipstream, Richard Bradley had $1,000 that was raised
through the efforts of RUF Auto Centre/RAC Performance
and their Swap Meet benefiting the Hope Shelter.
Pat Friend reported that all of the Black and White ads
in Slipstream will stay at the same price, but the Color ad
rate for the front and back cover are ridiculously low and
have been increased. Pat also had some examples of some
really nice name tags to show everyone. These name tags
will be for all members who attend events. The first name
tag will be FREE. Christy will make a form for members
to complete with information they would like on their name
After making our way around the table, Mike Brodigan
had one last thing to announce…Mav of the Month is Bob
The meeting adjourned promptly at 7:45 which was really
good considering the number of people at the meeting.
Maverick Roundup 2010
By Tom Froehlich
Friday, August 6, 2010, was a typical hot Texas August
day with afternoon temperatures above 100 degrees.
As a dedicated group of 39 Porschephiles gathered in
the late afternoon, storm clouds gathered over Dallas. We
wondered if a summer thunderstorm would cool us off or just
leave us hotter with the post rain humidity. But the question
never got an answer as the rain missed our gathering in
Grapevine, TX and moved away as the evening progressed.
So the fun was never dampened as our gathering started
Friday evening during Happy Hour at Love and War in
stories, meeting of
new friends and a
great meal were
had by all on the
first evening of
dawned as expected,
warm and cloudless.
The group began to
gather shortly after 7 a.m. at the old train station in historic
downtown Grapevine. Ultimately we had over 15 beautiful
Porsches on display at the Show and Shine.
Ballots were cast by club members and passers-by for their
favorite car and later that evening we found out that Alan
and Linda Bambina’s 1994 Speedster was chosen as Best in
Photos by Tom Froehlich
Show, earning them a wonderful bottle of Chateauneuf du
Pape to celebrate their victory.
As the heat built Saturday afternoon, we all retreated to
the air-conditioned confines of the Grapevine Opry to see
the return of Elvis. A superb Elvis tribute artist who helped
to prove that Elvis is still alive and well, even if not in his
original body, treated us to a fabulous concert. BJ Henson
sang along and it was rumored that she knew all but about
half a dozen of the words to all the songs sung, including a
gospel song Elvis loved and performed.
After the show, we drove a short mile or so to
La Buena Vida Winery for a tasting. We sampled
some of Texas’ best wines over the next couple of
hours and spent more time talking about cars, and
the meaning of life. We tried 2 whites and 2 reds
and for me the clear favorite was the Becker Claret
out of Fredericksburg. But I suspect that if you
asked, others might give you a different opinion.
When 5 p.m. rolled around we moved on to the
Silver Fox Restaurant where our esteemed president
had arranged for Happy Hour. We were feted with
a fabulous table of
hors d’oeuvres by a
very gracious staff
and spent another
and enjoying each
We then returned
to the hotel where
John & Madhu enjoying a cold beer...
we had a catered dinner of fabulous Mexican food from
Esparza’s and the results of the earlier voting where
Frank Briggs announced the Show and Shine winners.
Following this, our esteemed president conducted a team
Tech quiz where the format was a single elimination
oral exam, with
each team of 4
or 5 fielding a
correctly and your
team stayed in for
the next round,
but answer it wrong and you were out! The Master of
Ceremonies repeated chant throughout was, “It ain’t fair,
but I don’t care.” It proved to be a spirited competition,
won by “Team Testosterone,” the only team with 4 guys,
who for their effort and knowledge each got a T shirt,
which was probably a fitting reward for the competition.
Following this, we had our door
prize drawing for fabulous prizes
that Tom Minella had obtained
for the event and everyone went
home a winner.
Sunday morning we gathered
around 8 a.m. for the instructions
prior to our tour, ably led by
our newlyweds, John and BJ
and directions and
signing the waivers,
the group lined
up and departed
shortly before 8:30
a.m. The tour went
Alan and Linda
Bambina blew a
Three sweet ladies out to
have a little fun!
tire in their award winning Speedster and had to
put on their lightweight spare. But this allowed
them to finish the drive
at RAC Performance in
Carrolton where Hans
and his staff treated us
all to a great tour of the
facility, lunch and a very
interesting tech talk
by their man who does
all their work restoring
interiors. I think I can
safely say that it was
a side of cars that was
BJ, John, Linda & Alan
at the hotel where it was
all fun and games.
fascinating to everyone,
but something none of
us knew much about. By
early Sunday afternoon,
we all dispersed to return
to our regular lives after
a great weekend of
fun and camaraderie.
Everyone who attended
expressed their high
level of enjoyment and
all are looking forward
to next year. The present plans for 2011 are to
gather at the Cliffs at Possum Kingdom where the
Minellas have a condo
and our activities will
spread out from there.
So make your plans
to join us next year,
I guarantee you will
enjoying each other.
Susan, Judy, Hans &
Mike having a look at
Jackie’s new GT3 RS...
I would like to thank
my wife, Susan, for
chairing the event and
her extremely energetic
and effective co-chairs,
BJ and John Harvey
and Barb and Tom
Minella. Without their
energy and dedication, this event could never
have occurred and we would all have missed
Having a look around RAC with Hans, a new red
Boxster Spyder and Mike Brodigan , John & BJ
Harvey learning a new trade.
Porsche Celebrates 60 Years in America
By Steve Janisse, Manager, Media Relations
Porsche owners and enthusiasts are invited to
participate in My Classic Porsche Search and My
Porsche Passion Contest at www.Porsche60Years.
ATLANTA – August 13,
2010 – The joy of driving a
classic Porsche is sufficient
reward for most enthusiasts,
but owning the oldest
Porsches in America could
bring some very real awards
during the company’s
60th Anniversary year
in the United States. To
celebrate six decades of
American Porsche passion,
on Aug. 13 Porsche Cars
North America (PCNA) is
launching the My Classic
Porsche Search. This
national search will focus
on finding the oldest Porsches in 12 distinctive model
categories, as well as the very oldest Porsche of all.
As part of its 60th Anniversary celebration, Porsche is
inviting owners to introduce these most senior members
of the Porsche family to everyone in America. My Classic
Porsche Search is open to all owners who think they have a
shot at earning the “oldest” designation for their car. Entries
can be submitted for 12 model ranges, including the Porsche
356, 911, 912, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, Boxster, Cayenne,
Carrera GT and Cayman. In addition, the search is on for
the Grossvater of all Porsches on American soil, the oldest
Porsche ever sold in the United States.
Owners who have Porsches “with papers” can enter
online beginning Aug. 13. To submit an entry, visit www.
Porsche60Years.com and review the participation guidelines
for My Classic Porsche Search.
The oldest Porsches and their owners will receive special
recognition and become eligible for additional awards,
including an exclusive badge from the Porsche Museum
in Stuttgart. Exhibition-quality images of select winning
models will also be featured at the new “Sixty Years of
Porsche in America” exhibit, opening Oct. 12 at the Porsche
Museum in Stuttgart, Germany. One vehicle may also be
selected for display at the Porsche stand during this year’s
Los Angeles Auto Show, where it will join the company’s
All entries will be evaluated for authenticity by a Porsche
panel of experts, including noted American Porsche
Photo courtesy of Porsche
historians from the Porsche Club of America.
In addition to the My Classic Porsche Search, Porsche is
unveiling a national My Porsche Passion Contest on Aug.
24. Porsche aficionados
will have the opportunity to
write and upload a
that exemplifies their
unique passion for a specific
Porsche car, an experience
or the brand as a whole. The
essay contest will be open
to entries until Nov. 1, with
20 winning stories selected
by a special panel of
Porsche judges. Fans will
then vote online for their
favorites from the list of 20
A Porsche 356 Coupe arrives in the U.S
finalists. The three entries
with the most votes will
win an all expense-paid trip the Porsche Sport Driving
School in Birmingham, Alabama.
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RAC for Hope Swap Meet
By Robyn Howard
Dedicated to our dearest friend Lanean Hughes,
RUF Auto Centre/RAC Performance donated all
of the proceeds from the day’s event, which totaled
$1000.00, to the Hope Shelter.
As the day warmed, so did everyone’s heart as a steady
stream of people came looking for that one special and
Photos by Charlie Davis & Richard Bradley
unique item. I found mine, in a shiny gearshift knob with
the Porsche shield in the middle. It doesn’t fit either one of
my cars, but that doesn’t matter, it was one of those “I can’t
live without it” moments! It looks awesome on my shelf
and knowing the proceeds went to help someone, makes all
the difference. Another benefit of the swap meet was the
camaraderie that was shared as old friends reunited and
news faces were met. And when you stopped and took it
all in, there was a good selection of parts and conversations
ranging from the early 911 to the new 997 and of course,
The biggest draw about going to RAC Performance, other
than the fabulous people, is the collection of cars that you
will find. This seems to always include, but isn’t limited to
all types of exotics including RUF, Ferrari, Lamborghini,
American muscle and a very nice spread of Porsches. Hans,
if you ever need someone (me) to test drive or baby-sit the
green GT3, you can call and know I will be there for you…
Betty and I counted our monopoly money to see which one
of your cars we could buy... dreaming is so much fun!
tries on some
out a deal!
sale for Hope.
came all the
way from Austin
to share in the
RAC for Hope!
Wayne makes another deal
with Tom Snondgrass, while
others do the same..
Dave Curtin, Betty Perrine, & Pat
Heptig find themselves
enjoying a morning raising
money for Hope.
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Once in a while something comes
through the shop that gives me an
unusual task to perform.
Not long ago a 2010 GT3 entered the
shop. It had very few miles on it and was
for sale by another shop. It had already
been in an original owner’s hands, and
whoever that was, had sold it off.
It came to us for an oil leak
at flywheel/transmission bell
housing area. I checked the
history in the Porsche database
and found that it was the
third time for this complaint.
Interesting. The car had nearly
no miles on it. I don’t remember
the exact number of miles now,
but it was under 1000 miles on
odometer. We had never had it
in our shop prior to that day.
Mark Cooper draws the repair
and we discuss it at great length.
I then contact Porsche for their
perspective and see what they
want us to do to get this cool car
correct. Many GT3’s have been
in our shop, as John always
seems to be needed to get them
track prepared for the various
owners. We are used to seeing them with all kinds of track
related needs, but pretty much never with mechanical issues.
And absolutely none with repeat mechanical issues. These
cars are bulletproof monsters. Yet this one was definitely
leaking oil out of transmission/engine joint area.
So I file a request with technical and ask “How do you
want us to pursue this?” We know we want to pull the
transmission and investigate, yet we want the factory guys
involved all the way. So technical guys on our side of the
pond respond and say they want PAG guys in Germany
completely involved in this situation. This took a couple
days of waiting to let everyone come to an agreement as
to how to move forward. The main reason for the delay is
Germany being so many hours ahead of us.
The word comes back to pull the gearbox, take lots of
high resolution photos before any cleaning, remove the
flywheel seal with huge care and make certain no damage
is done to the crankcase during removal then save the seal
and do as little damage as possible during removal… Take
more high-res pics after the seal was removed and its area
A look after fifty miles...
Just get it right
cleaned. Followed by sending all photos over seas and stand
by for further instructions.
So we move forward. We find out that the seal is not
correctly seated and at an incorrect depth. Seems like an
easy fix to me, just implement a correct procedure! Porsche
decides they want complete satisfaction that this is corrected
for once and for all.
Their correction was so “Porsche like!” I could tell
serious engineers were involved
in what we were directed to do.
Mark spent about three hours
polishing the crankshaft surface
with a compound we had to track
down along with a polishing
cloth. Before polishing the
surface area he measured crank
endplay and run out. Next I
forwarded data and found it was
all spot on measurements.
Next the seal was installed and
the depth of the seal was set and
measured to the .01mm variable
depth tolerance in four places.
Then a trace powder compound
was sprayed on the entire area
around the seal. Everything was
Next my support in this effort
is employed. Mark goes on to work on something else. I
have to drive a 2010 GT3 25 miles. Let sit overnight and
then drive another 25 miles. Then Mark has to remove
the transmission and check trace powder areas for any
These late GT3’s have an inverted flywheel seal. The
crankcase is under a slight negative pressure when running.
This pulls the sealing lips tighter to the flywheel and
helps oil removal thru the drain path inside the seal area.
Considering the huge rev range of the engine, it is a really
interesting way to keep the engine dry, and it works, if the
car is driven as designed. If someone buys it, and lets it sit,
it can have very miniscule seeps that accumulate and appear
to be a problem. The only problem there is that engine is
not being exercised. Buy one and put it on a pedestal in a
garage and it’s not happy. But buy it and drive it and all is
good, really good!
We have been told that if you maverick this repair and
go old school, the seal install will not leak. This might
create a whistling noise due to negative pressure pulling
at the sealing lip and cause it to slightly detach from the
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crankshaft surface. Plus this would allow un-metered air
into the crankcase and then influence the injection system
adaptation numbers. Hummm. For me, I’d bet it would only
whistle if the seal that wasn’t perfectly seated and therefore
slightly higher or lower in contact pressure evolves, thus
creating a whistling noise. I love the engineering idea
behind this sealing resolution. It is about sealing an engine
designed to run constantly between 4000 and 8000 RPM.
At those levels of operation this sealing system adds HP
to the overall output that you cannot have when running
a traditional sealing solution. It is so Porsche. “If it is not
leaking oil it probably doesn’t have any in it” used to be
a mantra for us in the old days of pushing the limit when
dealing with Porsche engineering.
Sooooooo, I had to drive a 2010 GT3 50 miles and get
paid for it! The factory paid for my drive time. Are you
kidding me? I sometimes still feel like a little kid in these
cars after 38 years of doing this. I drove it with the revs
down and grandma-ed it the first 25 miles just to tease the
technology and see if I could make it leak. Short shifted
at 4000 RPM, sometimes less. Cruised down the tollway
in an upper gear and yawned a lot, then let sit overnight
knowing I had not driven it in a way that could maybe mask
a slightly abnormal leak. Next day… here we go. Pulled the
red whenever possible and never let revs fall below 4 grand.
Pulled the red in 4th a few times too. Uhhh the velocity at
that point is quite high. Yet hit 5th and it still pulled like
crazy. Always behaved at those speeds. Transient response
at high velocities was so crisp, laser sharp and predictable.
Undulations in the road created some interesting moments,
especially in long sweepers, but all I had to do was let the
car do the work. Not overdrive it. Just let it negotiate these
things with some somewhat hairy moments of 10/10’s
Had not done that for a while. Loved every minute of it....
Transmission was pulled off again and no leak was found.
Not even a trace. We were most happy. Just for the record.
Never opened it up to maximum engine operating limits and
got into 10/10’s situations when around any other drivers. I
would not do that. I drove this car when I knew traffic was
gonna be at it’s lightest.
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Member Spotlight: Lem Miller
by Andrea Bell
would like to
to our new
member in the
Miller. Lem and
his wife, Nell own
a loaded 2009 911
S. He said it is painted “Speeding
Ticket Red.” The car came into
the family in February of this year.
The Porsche was actually a surprise
gift to Lem’s wife. He presented
the car after dinner on her birthday
by having the valet at Al Biernat’s
Restaurant in Dallas pull up in it as
they were leaving. They drove to
the restaurant in her other car, a red
Infiniti G-35 Coupe which Lem’s
neighbors picked up for him. She
didn’t notice the Porsche until he
actually pointed it out to her. Then
Lem recalls, “She was basically in
shock.” Everyone in the restaurant
knew about the plan and many of the employees came out to
witness the event. There is actually a video of her reaction
posted on You Tube. You can watch it at http://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=OB9S6DUuP7A&feature=email. Not a bad
birthday present, right? Guys – are you taking notes? Yes
Bryan, I like red too!
But I digress – back to Lem!
Lem has been married to his best friend and wife for 27
years. They both actually enjoy the Porsche and love to take
road trips in it. Through work, he has traveled extensively
throughout the U.S. to every state with the exception of
North Dakota. A road trip is planned to knock that state
off the list via the Porsche! They have one daughter who
is 22 years old. She lives in New Jersey where she is a
junior attending Rutgers University. They also have 4 dogs
that they walk every day. Lem has been in the DFW area
most of his life, but briefly lived in Illinois. Nell grew up
in the DFW area so they actually consider themselves as
DFW “Natives.” Lem and Nell also both like to fish, travel
overseas, and shoot pistols at the gun range. Lem also
admits that he occasionally plays some golf.
We are so glad to have both Lem and Nell join in 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.
Photo by Nell Miller
Happy Hour at Uncle Buck’s
by Chris Christensen
Okay, so there was a bit of traffic
to get to Uncle Buck’s, but that
is no excuse for not coming out
for some good food. We had a fairly
small turnout of
about 23 folks who
braved the warmer
the traffic. We know that 114 is a
challenge, but it will be for some
time to come. So please give yourself
some extra time and come to Happy
Hour, we want to see your smiling
“Porsche” faces. And for those of
you with really good excuses - like
you were on vacation and having a
really good time or something close
to that, we hope to see you at our
next HH. The truth be known, the
summer months do cause change of
plans with travel and we wish everyone safe travels wherever
you are this season.
The food was again very good at the Uncle’s, the warm
chicken salad and Ahi Tuna were excellent and looking
around, it would seem everyone was enjoying what they had
ordered. Prices are about $10 less per entree compared to
an upper end restaurant, but in reality we are not sure the
extra ten bucks in most cases is worth it. Oh sure, every
once in a while we like to go to an expensive restaurant, but
sometimes it is hard to justify in our current economy and if
you are looking for a Buffalo Burger this is the place. Beer
choices were very good, whether you select a micro-brew or
a commercial standby.
We had our usual
location at the end
of the restaurant that
offers privacy behind
a restaurant provided
You will all notice a
picture of our driving
champ (no guys it’s
a young woman),
Wendy Shoffit. Proof
again that when
women put their mind to it, they can do as well and in
some cases better than the boys. So look out and over your
shoulder guys, this gal is on the move! Congratulations
Wendy on your winnings at Parade this year. Unfortunately
we had to miss it, but we will hopefully be ready for next
Wendy & James Shoffit
with one of her trophies!
Proud Texan’s, John Harvey & Barbara Kauffman &
BJ Harvey...Hope we saw you there!
Photos by Chris Christensen
year’s scheduled events in Savannah, Georgia. We hear that
in 2012, Parade will be held in Salt Lake City, which I’m
sure has some exciting future venues to visit.
Round Up has come and gone, but for those of you who
were able to attend, thank you. I’m
sure you had a wonderful time and
are looking forward to next year’s
festivities. Your club has worked
hard to put on this great event in
Grapevine this year. Some of those
who are working hard and deserve
a big thank you are pictured in this
article. There are so many activities
in our very active Maverick Club, so
please check the events section in
your Slipstream or go to http://mav.
pca.org for timely updates.
Well, we are going to keep this
month’s article on the abbreviated
side, but we do hope to see more of you all at next month’s
Happy Hour to be held at BJ’s, located at 1101 N. Central
Expressway, Plano. Cheers for now, see you there.
Autocross #5 & Time Trial #4 Results
Photos by Charlie Davis
listens at the
as she prepares
for her final
time as our
Robyn Howard shows us how to take a turn during
the Autocross event.
Autocross #5 Results
Name Time Class
Brian Petri 43.185 3
Chuck McCoy 43.792 3
Mike Lockas 43.467 4
Russ Rosenberg 46.176 4
Robyn Howard 47.573 4
James Nesbitt 48.220 4
Christophe Doherty 48.945 4
Avery Murphy 43.919 5
Joel Nannis 44.810 5
Brian Morgan 49.042 5
James Falgot 52.454 5
Gary Kelley 41.204 6
James Shoffit 41.894 6
Wendy Shoffit 42.614 6
Michael Pelletier 42.859 6
Darron Shaffer 46.940 6
Tannia Dobbins 47.901 7
Ray Nannis 47.924 7
Daniel Zimmerman 48.521 7
Jeff Herrmann 43.618 9
Richard Diller 45.411 10
Travis Howard, our
new Grid Queen,
always leads the
with coolness and
We will miss
Time Trial #4 Results
Name Time Class
Brian Petri 92.393 3
Chuck McCoy 92.834 3
Travis Howard 102.515 3
Mike Lockas 90.858 4
Jeff Herrmann 97.440 4
Robyn Howard 101.921 4
Joel Nannis 96.358 5
Avery Murphy 99.927 5
James Shoffit 85.759 6
Gary Kelley 86.001 6
Wendy Shoffit 88.560 6
Rene Beunier 91.922 6
Michael Pelletier 92.600 6
Tannia Dobbins 94.808 6
Roy Clingman 100.587 6
Bertrand Pelletier 103.787 6
Aamer Agha 87.555 7
Jim Hedderick 88.329 7
Marc Thaler 93.789 7
Chris Alkier 94.359 7
Stephen Alkier 94.700 7
Rene Beunier III 96.163 7
Rick Gonzales 86.188 9
Mike Redenbaugh 83.899 10
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For Sale: 2003 911 Carrera 4S - RUF Modified , Coupe, blk/blk, 71k mi,
full Leather interior with RUF accessories, 6 spd manual, 6 disc CD, new PS2
Michelins, upgraded at 58k mi. w/new engine, RUF supercharger, wheels, brakes,
suspension, exhaust, never raced. $52,900 Frank Bray, Dallas, TX.
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For Sale: 1995 Carrera 4 Cabriolet, Triple black in excellent all original
condition with service records back to the original owner. Always well maintained
and garage kept in Southern California and Texas its entire life. Only 45,000 miles
at $35,500 Contact Jess at 214-546-6575. (1)
For Sale: 1986 Porshce 944 Turbo, 95,900 miles. Runs great. Repainted
in 1996. Good interior. A/C, power steering, power windows, doors locks, and
mirrors, rear window defroster, leather seats, alloy wheels, moonroof. Maintenance
within last 6k miles: new timing belt, A/C overhauled, clutch overhauled, new brake
pads, transmission overhaul, new tires, new battery. Maintained by Autobahn Fort
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For Sale: 1988 Porsche 924S, 944 engine, single owner, garaged with a
Porsche cover, always in DFW area. 7,800 original miles. All original paint, fire
engine red, & interior, tan leather upholstery, with automatic transmission, power
windows & original security system. New battery. No scratches or dents. Mint
Condition. Really beautiful. $12,000 OBO. for more information E-mail George
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For Sale: 1987 Porsche 944, Vin# WPOAB0946HN477034 Second owner.
Very clean 944 reliable and runs very well. Just painting in the original charcoal
gray and burgundy interior is in very good shape. Approx 280k original miles,
A/C is very cold. Tires are in good shape, Clutch was replaced 10k miles ago and
hydraulic slave and master cylinder replaced at that time. Engine tuned up 5k ago,
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For Sale: 1986 944 Turbo (951), Copenhagen blue exterior/Linen interior
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red + black steering wheel, aftermarket wheels, new rear tires. Body and paint in
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wheels: Sunroof: New clutch, flywheel, synchros: New starter: New Optima
battery: New SSI headers and new stainless Dansk dual exhaust: Rebuilt AC:
Recent 15,000 mile tune up: Photos available. $22,800. Kenneth Grossmann
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For Sale: 1977 Porsche 911S Targa , $14,000. 79000 miles, Red with Tan
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For Sale: 1988 924S with 944 engine, Single Owner, garaged with a Porsche
cover, always in DFW area. 7,800 original miles. All original paint, fire engine red,
& interior, tan leather upholstery, with automatic transmission, power windows &
original security system. New battery. No scratches or dents. Mint Condition.
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