• Father’s Day Picnic
• Sunday Drive
• Rally School
• Wild Wildflowers
• May at Mayo’s
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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 .......................................14
New Member Spotlight .............................23
New Wheels & Numbers ...........................31
Advertiser Index ........................................32
Calendar of Events.......................................1
Father’s Day @ Speed Zone .........................3
Time Trial/Autocross Weekend at MW .......5
Board Meeting .............................................9
Sunday Drive - Blueberry Ridge ...............12
Rennsport Reunion IV ...............................19
Happy Hour at Ruggeri’s Italian Kitchen ..24
Complete your Parade Week ......................26
Past Event Recaps
Red River Derby - Tour .............................10
May at Mayo’s ............................................16
Happy Hour at BJ’s Brewhouse ...............24
Getting a Grip Autocross School ...............28
Trivia Contest ..............................................7
Round Up 2011 Cancelled .........................20
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12 Autocross #5 - MW
14 Lewisville Lunch
16 Happy Hour - Ruggeri’s
18 Father’s Day - Speed Zone
23 Southlake Lunch
26 Sunday Drive - Blueberry Hill
1-6 Parade - Savannah
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31 Parade - Savannah
7 Board Meeting
10 Time Trial #5 MR
11 Autocross #6 MR
13 Lewisville Lunch
15 Happy Hour - Trinity Hall Pub
22 Southlake Lunch
24-25 Drivers’ Education MSR
25 Sunday Drive - Intro to DE
EC - Eagle’s Canyon, Slidell
MW - Mineral Wells Airport, Mineral Wells
MSR - Motor Sport Ranch, Cresson
TMS - Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth
TRS - Texas Rangers Stadium, Arlington
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SAVING MONEY ON GAS.
Okay, now that I’ve got your
attention, let’s talk about how YOU
can save money on gas. As my son said to
me this week: “Dad, you’re frugal!” Okay,
I’ll take that as a compliment.
1. Yes: I shop at the local grocery that
gives me points that save me 10¢ a gallon on gas every time
I fill up.
2. Yes: I use the gas station’s branded MasterCard to
automatically give me a 5% (that’s 20¢ a gallon, friends)
rebate on their gas.
So I’m getting 30¢ off a gallon from the name-brand
PREMIUM gasoline. Even though they are more expensive
on their signs, I’m sure I’m below the volume-dealers, so
SO.... what are YOU doing to save money on gas??? I hope
a. Avoiding going to a Driver’s Ed weekend (you’re kidding,
b. Avoiding a Sunday Drive (NOT an acceptable excuse)
c. Driving your Porsche, except on the weekends (Heaven
So how about using someone else’s gas for a change?
HAVE WE GOT THE OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU!!!
Saturday, June 18th, we celebrate Father’s Day (albeit a day
early) at SpeedZone (off I-35E at the Walnut Hill exit) with
family and friends. This
is one of our most popular
events, and it MAY have
something to do with the
FREE TAILGATE PARTY
Hamburgers, hot dogs,
grilled chicken breasts, the
sides and all the fixins are
on us and start being served
at 11:30 a.m. The party goes
from 11 to 3:30, so don’t
miss out. Dads (and sons,
daughters, moms and other
friends and relatives) have
a BLAST, so bring your
camera so you can keep
memories of all the great
times that will be had (bad grammar, but it gets the point
Did you notice that I’m more sensitive about my grammar?
Heck: I’ve also got to worry about my math! Yes: I’m
corrected: more than 1/3 of the year had gone by last month
(thanks, everyone), and by now, we’re close to 1/2!!! But
we’ve had a great first half of the year and it’s only going to
grow from here.
In case you don’t read until two pages from the end of each
issue, we’re now at 1,919 total membership (as of the May
issue of Slipstream) and rapidly approaching 2,000 in the
Maverick Region! This is in no small part due to the efforts
of Joel Nannis, who has led our Membership Committee for
the past TWENTY-SIX YEARS. Well, sometime in the next
our 50th year)
we will surpass
which will be
one of the
the nation in
We continue to
grow thanks to
all the many volunteers who so unselfishly give of their time
and talents to provide activities and events that appeal to a
oad cross-section of members. For us to continue to grow,
we need to continue to have events and activities that appeal
to this diverse group.
C R U I S E
Mav of the Month:
Thus, it is with great pleasure that we award this month’s
Mav. of the Month to Carey Spreen, our Ralleymeister, for
his work on the Red River Derby Tour and Rally.
You may not know this, but four miles of the tour/rally were
under construction (surprise!) just a week before the rally/
tour. So Carey and his friends re-mapped the tour to make
it enjoyable for the participants. Once again, volunteers to
Congrats, Carey, and enjoy your well-deserved dinner for
two at the Silver Fox Steakhouse!
For being the Maverick of the Month, The Silver Fox in
Grapevine is giving Carey dinner for two at their award
winning steak house.
Owned and operated by Jay Walker, II,
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John enjoys DE’s, Happy Hours, Porsche
Parade and other social events. He and
wife Chris have owned Porsches since
1996 and joined the Club in 2002. John’s
Grandfather in New Jersey owned a 1960
356B Coupe and later a 1965 356SC Cab
so that’s how it got in his blood.
POSITION Milton, James CHAIRPERSON
AX Chair Tannia Dobbins
Lewisville Milton, James
TT Chair Travis Howard
AX/TT Lewisville Registrar Michael
AX/TT Rules Charlie Davis
AX/TT Safety Chuck McCoy
AX/TT Schools Robyn Howard
& 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 Mike Brodigan
DE Chief Dvg Instr. John Sandusky
DE Equip. Mang. Luke Edson
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 Lisa Steele
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.
Chris has been a Maverick for over ten
years and owned a 2000 Boxster S. He
recently sold it with tears in his eyes…
Welcome, dream car; a 2010 Carrera
Cab. Now that the tears have dried up,
he’s having a blast! Here’s to sharing
the fun in our events with many Mav’s
Madhu has been a member of the
Maverick Region since 2009. He and
his wife, Roshni, really enjoy meeting
members of the club at various social
and driving events. “It’s not the
cars... it’s the people” that make this
club great. He is currently driving
a red 2008 Carrera S and loves it!
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
If you remember a few months back,
I was trying to catch up to another
Porsche in traffic in the Flower Mound
area. As it turns out, the other day I was
sitting at a traffic light and noticed that
same car in my rear view mirror. As the
light turned green, I was still on the phone
and unfortunately he was able to sprint
around me while I was hanging up. Upon catching him at
the next light, I gave him the thumbs up as he looked back at
me with his head out the window. Shouting over the noise,
I heard something about his 500+ horse power... Even with
my extra 90 HP in my 2002 Boxster S, there was no way to
compete with the brute power he was putting down. Who
ever is the owner of this Seal Grey 996 TT, and if you are
a member and reading this, drop me a line, maybe we can
start a breakfast group in our area of town or just hook up
for a drive. There’s always room on the calendar to meet
other enthusiasts living close by.
Make a point to meet someone new this month at one of our
events. If you want something different, come up with an
idea and we can add it to our calendar.
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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 April Web Winner
getting 4 out of 5 Correct.
Bob will receive a $25 Gift Certificate to
1. A national magazine recently had a list of the 10 best sporty cars sold in
America including the Mini Cooper, Miata, VW GTI, Corvette, and Porsche
911. It rated the Porsche as the best of ALL cars sold in America, but what
was the Cost per Mile to own one? The IRS allows 50 cents per mile for
deductions. a. $0.77 b. $0.98 c. $1.24 d. $1.55
Consumer Reports, April 2011, p 20
2. We are seeing and hearing all about Alcantara Leather in Porsches. It is an
interesting material made of 68% Polyester and 32% Polyurethane with
many uses. Which of the following is NOT true?
a. There are 4 types: Cover, Panel, Soft, Firm b. Some types are Flame
Retardant c. It is sometimes used on Jewelry d. It sometimes feels like soft
Suede Internet Wikipedia
3. Porsche is bringing out a stretch version of the Panamera in 2012. The
standard Panamera is now 115”, while the long-wheelbase Mercedes S
Class boasts 124”. What will be the Wheelbase of the Stretch Panamera?
a. 118” b. 120” c. 122” d. 124” Autoweek Internet, Feb 11
4. When production of the Porsche 911 began in 1965, they merely continued
the numbering system that had been used for the 356’s. When did they
start the new numbering system where each digit, or group of digits, have a
specific meaning? a. 1968 b. 1970 c. 1972 d. 1974
Used 911 Story by Peter Zimmermann
5. According to a popular magazine that listed the value of Early 911s; for 2011
what is the most valuable 911 of the ones listed? a. 1965 911 Coupe b.
1967-68 911S Coupe c. 1967-68 911S Targa d. 1972-73 911S Coupe e.
1972-73 911S Targa
Excellence, May 2011 p 114
Answers: 1) d 2) a 3) b 4) a 5) c
Our May board meeting reviewed
our upcoming Maverick Regional
activities in Q2/Q3 2011. Once
again the officers of the organization
would like to thank the committee chairs,
and you, our regional members, for your
support and participation of our club
John Hamilton, our President, opened the meeting at 7pm
and described an outreach program to recruit new members,
and retain existing ones, by offering programs of value to
Maverick Region members. Toward this objective, John
announced the formation of a membership committee to be
led by Lisa Steele. Lisa will be charged with sustaining a
positive ‘on boarding’ experience for new members. Some
of the tactics Lisa will introduce include a welcome letter,
badge ordering process, and tailored communications based
on the needs elicited from our upcoming Maverick Region
Richard Bradley wowed everyone with the ‘exquisite’
capabilities of his new Mac computer. With all of the
artistic activities associated with the Maverick Region 50th
anniversary, Richard, I am sure you’ll be using your Mac
quite a bit. Together, Richard and Pat Friend discussed
a proposal to print Slipstream in full-color. Based on an
economic review, Pat recommended that Slipstream maintain
its current format (color cover and black & white print). Pat
suggested that a special color insert could be created for
any 50th anniversary activities. The board agreed and will
consider such an option as that for the future.
Ed Mullenix discussed holding a Tech Session on July 9,
2011. Stay tuned for details.
Luke Edson described that the equipment used at recent
Drivers’ Education events required a minor refurbishment.
Next, Linda Bambina, Christy Payne, and Lisa Steele
noted that plans are underway for the Maverick Region 50th
Anniversary in 2012. Linda is currently evaluating venues
for a spectacular 50th anniversary photo shoot. Stay tuned
for updates regarding the 50th Anniversary Celebration.
Please make sure your calendars are marked for Founders
Day on November 12th, 2011. This event reflects the
kick-off for the 2012 50th Anniversary.
Christy Payne reminded us about the upcoming Porsches
and Ponies event to be held July 3rd at Lonestar Park. The
park will present a night time fireworks show. Check the
Maverick Region website or Slipstream for future details.
Lisa reiterated the need for new tactics to welcome the
new members to the Maverick Region. She concluded
by reporting that 85 drivers participated in the recent
Drivers’ Education event. Continuing on this subject, more
instructors are needed to handle the increased number of
drivers. If this sounds like you, please contact a board
member for more information.
Fresh from tax season, our treasurer, Jim Falgout reported
that our financial condition is healthy.
Next, Travis Howard described the April 9th-10th
Autocross/Time Trial events at Rangers Stadium. These
were well attended and the venue was challenging. He
described the upcoming May 21-22 driving events at
Mineral Wells. He concluded by describing the need for
new timing equipment in the future.
James Shoffit provided an update about our Maverick
Region directory. Printed copies can be ordered for $5 at
BJ and John Harvey described the successful Bluebonnet
Drive in April (>40 drivers) and the May 14th Saturday
drive to Rancho Sereno. BJ updated us about the Maverick
Region Roundup on July 15-17th at Possum Kingdom. Due
to the tragic fire there the event has been postponed until
2012. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those affected by
Frank Briggs reminded us about the May at Mayo’s
(Performance Shop) event in Euless on May 7th. He
also described the Autos in the Park event on June 5th at
the Cooper Aerobic Center in Dallas, Texas. Bring your
Porsche, it will thank you for the workout!
Chris Christensen updated the board about a recent change
to the Happy Hour organizational committee. In addition to
Chris and Ann Christensen, Frank and Bobbie Briggs, Ralph
and Barbara Kauffman, and Doug and Cheryl Koeppen will
be involved in the hosting of Happy Hours and submission
of the event summary to Slipstream. Other Maverick
Region members are welcome to host. Please contact Chris
for additional information.
John Hamilton concluded by announcing the May 2011
Maverick of the Month, Carey Spreen. Carey has been
instrumental in creating the “Red River Derby” on May 14th
and has provided numerous years of dedicated service to the
Maverick Region. On behalf of the region, Congratulations!
Maverick Moments. Steven and Karen Salazar are new
Maverick Region members. They joined us at this board
meeting and recently participated in the Bluebonnet Drive
and the Happy Hour at the Wildwood Grill. As I mentioned
last month, if you would like a ‘behind the scenes view’
of regional activities please join us at a monthly board
meeting. Please RSVP to Christy Payne at social@mavpca.
May 4, 2011
org to do so. Lastly, by the time you read this we will have
started surveying our Maverick Region membership (that’s
you!) to better understand your needs and expectations. We
appreciate the opportunity to do so.
Meeting adjourned at 7:50 pm.
Red River Derby - Tour
By Don Sebert
It was a dark and stormy day, but not here. If you hesitated,
contemplated or stressed over the thought of, should I
or should I not take out my Jewel
and didn’t, then you lost out big time.
It was a perfect pre summer day, 70
degrees and sunshine. There were 56
magnificent Porsche jewels along with
89 fast old & new friends to partake in
all the events.
We all met at Westgate Shopping
Center in McKinney and preceded
in two separate groups for a North
Texas Tour and a Gimmick Rally on
two different routes, all ending at
former Maverick members Mike &
Lisa Maberry’s Rancho Sereno by
Whitesboro near the Red River, for a
BBQ dinner. There were 26 cars on
the tour and 20 on the rally. Both were
treated to some unique experiences.
I chose the tour and we started around 1:00 and proceeded
north onto some wonderful winding back road sweepers
and tight turns, while all the time viewing some of the most
pleasant North Texas ranch land I’ve seen (we don’t have that
Our tour lasted about 2 ½ hours with a halfway pit stop.
Those with convertibles that didn’t start out with tops down
did so at the
much to see.
Just a great day
to be out.
R a n c h o
by a beautiful
as well as a
facility on site and our wonderful hosts Mike & Lisa. We
were immediately treated to wine & drinks.
Thank you John and BJ for a magnificent drive...
Photos by George Luxbacher & Richard Bradley
We had some good BBQ (for Texas) and visited with
great old and new friends discussing the day’s events. The
amount of new faces was a delight and we hope they will
return for more fun filled events. The Maverick Region
has a multitude of events to pick from that please all.
A special thanks to our hosts, Mike & Lisa Maberry for
welcoming an abundance of Maverick folks and especially
a very deserving hand goes out to John & B J (Tour
Meisters) Harvey, along with their helpers, for putting
together a fun
filled day and
a good excuse
to drive our
Porsches and be
Note: Mike Even the Long Horn nodded at our arrival!
Maberry have offered a 20% discount on their Bed &
Breakfast rates to all Maverick PCA members so be
sure to check with them on your next trip to the area.
You can visit their website at www.ranchosereno.
Mike sure made us feel welcome from the start.
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By Cliff Blackshear
have wanted to write something here
about air bag/supplemental restraint
systems for quite some time. Over the
weekend I started looking for information
about air bag deployment speeds, how
they are deployed, and what makes the
systems do what they do. I know that when
the systems were introduced to us Porsche
techs in the mid 80’s we were told a driver’s air bag goes
from no deployment to full deployment to full deflation in
around 280 milliseconds. The entire safety aspect of seat
belts and things like thorax air bags, and side curtain airbags
are something we Porsche techs deal with daily. I have
always found these systems to be very interesting.
Then tonight I’m on my way home in a driving rainstorm.
It was raining so hard at times that traffic on I-35 slowed
to 15-20 mph, folks were driving with their 4 way flashers
on. Something like driving thru a car wash. I exited I-35
and got on I-20. The rain slowed but the water was deep
in places on the road. Just past Hulen exit I’m in the far
left lane and a car about 100 yards in front of me suddenly
changes lanes to the middle lane. About 200 yards further
ahead is a car crashed into the left lane divider.
Vehicle was sitting perpendicular (I mean 90 degrees),
to the flow of traffic. Left shoulder and most of left lane
blocked. I hit the 4 way flashers and the brakes at the same
time while considering changing lanes. Ahead, as I slowed,
I saw a person sitting on the ground with drivers’ door
open and laying against the door sill. Driver was a young
girl wearing shorts, no shoes, tee shirt and sitting in the
rain with her head down between her knees. Jumped out
and asked if she was ok. “I don’t know” she replied. She
was crying, hysterical, and just sitting on the pavement up
against the car between the door and the door sill. Grabbed
for my cell and dialed 911 while looking upstream to see if
we were gonna get run over. Saw 2 more people had stopped
behind me and had their flashers on plus exiting their cars
to render aid.
Explained to 911 operator the location, direction of travel,
lane blockage and current driver situation. Driver was
moving in such a way as to indicate to me that she had no
broken bones. Good head movement, legs, arms, etc. No
bleeding that I could see. I found myself looking at the car
and saw both air bags deployed. Front end heavily damaged.
Next I turned my full attention to her. She was absolutely
hysterical. Crying, had no idea what happened. I thought
of my girls for some reason while all this was transpiring.
Found myself stroking her hair and telling her she was ok,
that her car was not that badly damaged. Trying to calm her
while we waited for EMT. One of the other drivers that had
stopped put a coat over her to help keep her warm. It was
Being Safe On The Road
raining pretty hard.
Police and EMT arrived within minutes of my call. Their
actions were so well rehearsed and dead on to the situation.
An EMT driver made the comment to one of the officers
that he thought she had lost control in a deep puddle about
150 yards upstream of us. I feel certain he was right.
I was told that since I did not actually see the accident that
I was no longer required to stay around. By then I was totally
soaked with the rain and getting cold. I wanted to touch her
and tell her she would be ok, but she was totally surrounded
by some pretty awesome caring emergency people looking
after her immediate needs. So I left and came home.
When she lost control and hit that wall: G forces were
measured, speed and angle of impact were considered,
distance from steering wheel was well calculated, seat belt
pretensioners activated. Her head rotated forward and was
stopped by an inflated device that most likely prevented
a very bad neck injury. She probably has burn marks on
her arms and chest from the impact with the airbag. The
seat belts will have burn marks where they wrap around the
buckle. This is normal for impact situations above 25 mph.
The front of the car has controlled deformation zones
that absorbed energy as the car hit the wall. There was no
damage inside the car from impact as the forward structure
absorbed all the energy.
A G force sensor sent a signal to a control unit
(microprocessor). That unit compared that signal to a
program map and then sent a signal to deploy both the air
bags and to tighten the seat belt to a pre determined tension.
All in a few thousandths of a second. Signals were sent
via gold plated contacts at every connection point. Wiring
completely dedicated to these circuits. A system we test for
readiness every 4 years on all cars.
Plus doors were unlocked, fuel pump was shut off.
That is how the safety systems work.
There are a ton of drivers out there that have no interest in
their car or what it does. It is just an item they need to have,
like a refrigerator or stove. They comply with whatever is
needed to allow them to operate this item in their lives.
Then when driving home one night in the rain this item
keeps them alive and well in an ugly situation. These drivers
simply are carbon units in a machine to me. Until something
like this happens.
I wish I could contact her and make sure she is ok. Yet I
know she is ok. The little Dodge econobox she was driving
did what it was mandated to do by the DOT. What a weird
thing for me to deal with, right when I have been thinking
about safety mandates. Cliff
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May at Mayo’s
By Frank Briggs
If you missed the May at Mayo’s
concours and eatathon aka (Babe’s
Fried Chicken) you must put it on
your calendar for next year. With more
than 80 members and guests, it
was possibly one of our
largest gatherings for
this traditional event.
Photo by Frank Briggs and Travis Howard
The weather was great, although the temperature was about
10 degrees above normal. A day like that is very conducive
to bringing out a multitude of beautiful cars. We had almost
every model represented and if you ask me, I would be very
proud to have any of them in my garage. With 9 classes
to award, we enjoyed seeing some very excited owners
recognized by a wonderful round of applause as each trophy
One of the best things about such a gathering like this is there
was something for everyone. Lisa Steele did a remarkable
job of having everything from face painting to bird house
painting to pinata striking for the younger set.
It was great fun watching our ten future
P Car owners take swings at the
pinata. Thank you, Lisa, for
doing such a nice job
with our little ones!!!
Best of Show and 356 Class: Ed Cullen.......1964 356SC
Ed Mayo.......1972 911S
911SC/Carrera: Jay Moore......1987 911 Carrera
964/993: Hamp Williams.......1997 993 C2S
996/997: James Weber.......2011997 Turb
Colt Klatt.......2007 Cayman S
Lisa Steele.......2005 Cayenne Turbo
944/928/968: Randy Csanad.......1987 951
Dedicated Track Car: Brian Petri…....1975 914 1.8
The event could not have been so well organized
without the oversight of Christy Payne. What a nice
job of making sure that everything went off without a
hitch. There was plenty of food to enjoy, some beautiful
trophies to award and the room (Garage) was set up
very nicely with tables to seat over 100, just in case.
Thank you, Christy, for hosting this fun afternoon and
I would be very remiss if I did not express my gratitude
to Denny Payne for jumping in and staging the cars
for the concours, as
well as Lisa Steele
and Doreen Petri
for tabulating the
winners. Thank you
all for the impromptu
help. Your actions
were the essence of
the word “Volunteer.”
Hats off also to
Wendy and James
Shoffit who’s first Another fun day in the garage...
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words upon arriving were “what can I do to help?” Wow,
what a great club this is.
With Travis Howard and Nathan Hardwick (my 11 year
old grandson and the future owner of a Porsche 993) as
our official photographers, they were able to capture the
event with some pictures I hope you will all enjoy.
A final thank you to Ed Mayo for opening his business
to us once again. This is always a fun venue for the “Car
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Due to the terrible wildfires in the Possum Kingdom
Lake area, the committee has voted to cancel
this year’s event. The devastation has been quite
terrible, as most of you know, and has included loss of life
and many homes being damaged or destroyed. Optimists
that we are, we will continue planning for the event next
year. The committee is very excited about planning this
fun weekend and are looking forward to it. The agenda for
2012 Round-Up might be as follows:
Friday evening happy hour (cash bar) and check- in at The
Cliffs Resort pool area with options for dinner for those
who can come for the whole weekend. Our committee
members plan to go a little earlier on Friday to try out the
go-cart racing track that is close by.
Saturday events will include check-in with donuts and
coffee available, Show N Shine at the Cliffs Hotel parking
lot, lunch, pontoon boat cruising and water activities;
dinner, awards and a team tech quiz.
Sunday will finish the weekend event with an early
breakfast and Sunday Drive. After the Sunday drive, all
attending are encouraged to stay around and enjoy golf,
tennis, kyacking and other activities available at the Lake.
Hotel/motel accommodations have been checked out and
updated info will be presented when time is nearer to the
July 2012 date.
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Member Spotlight: Rick and Brooke Herold
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This month’s new member spotlight
is on Rick and Brooke Herold.
They purchased a 2003 Seal Grey/
Black 911 C4S
coupe about 2
it because my wife had a BMW
330 coupe when we got married.
It didn’t last long when we
moved out of our condos into a
“fixer upper” and acquired dogs
etc. We both have SUVs. We
thought this is the perfect time to
get a weekend sports car we both
would like. My wife also loves to
drive the C4S. She likes German
cars so much now she traded her
Lexus SUV in on a BMW X5 2
Rick and his beautiful wife and best friend, Brooke have
been married almost 5 years. They also have a beautiful
daughter Avery who is nearly 2 years old. Rick has been in
the DFW area for 10 years and grew up in Wichita Falls, TX.
Rick likes to fish on
the coast, hunt quail and
pheasants, exercise, play
golf and cook. He also
enjoys spending time at
the family ranch house
in east Texas. He added,
“My wife would say I’m
now collecting cars as a
Please look for Rick,
Brooke, and Avery at a
future PCA event and
extend a warm welcome
into our Maverick
family. If you are a new
member and would like
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Happy Hour - BJ’s Brewhouse
By Ralph Kauffman
On a pleasant May evening about 37
Maverick Happy Hour frequenters
congregated at BJ’s Restaurant
and Brewhouse on North
Central Expressway in
Plano. Meanwhile, their
Porsches had their own
happy hour in the back
We had a semi-private area along the north side
of the restaurant, which made for somewhat
close quarters during the cocktail hour. A minor
excitement occurred when a waitress dropped
a full glass of beer, shattering the glass and
spattering beer across the floor. Unfounded
rumor has it that the presence of all the
PCA notables, including Maverick President
John Hamilton, immediate past president Mike Brodigan,
and former international racing great Jack Griffin, made her
had the mess
Some of our favorite ladies...
Clara Lewis, B J Harvey,
Ann Christensen, and Susan Froelich attendees
Heflin (2001 Carrera), Carol and Steve Locke (2007 Silver
911), and Anne Scheuerle (2003 Carrera). Anne is a Captain
for American Airlines. We appreciate that she flew in in her
Carrera and left the plane at the airport.
To mention just a few of the other attendees, they included
Steve and Karen Salazar who we were happy to see at their
second Happy Hour, and Gordie and Sylvia Cohen who
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have been around the region for several years now. Also
having a happy time were brothers Alan and Randy Csanadi
They were discussing Alan’s recent purchase of a 90+ year
old house in Fort Worth’s Mistletoe Heights, and for which
he has major renovations in store.
Welcome new members Carol and Steve Locke.
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everyone had a very enjoyable evening of conversation and
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Complete your Parade week!
By Cole Scrogham
Parade 2011 in Savannah is coming up quickly…it is almost
time to start packing for the best Parade yet! When Parade
junkies start thinking of the week of fun and excitement
with their Porsche and PCA friends, they begin with the
main events; the Concours on Monday followed by the
Autocross. It can be so easy to focus on those two, as much
fun as they are, that one can overlook the other opportunities
that exist during this action packed week. We have covered
the Autocross and Concours in depth in previous months,
but there is more to a Porsche Parade than just those events,
the Rallies and driving Tours
are also great fun, as is the
challenging Tech Quiz.
The TSD Rally masters this
year have ample roads for
exploration, and regardless
of your experience level they
will have something for you.
Beginners will find stressfree
while more expert rallyists
will be challenged on their
way to single digit scoring
opportunities. All the while,
the countryside will provide
a unique backdrop to enjoy
your Porsche. Remember to
take advantage of the TSD
school held the day before the
If the TSD Rally is not your
cup of chamomile, try the
lower impact Gimmick Rally
or a Driving Tour. The tours
have been extremely popular
for several years now, and this
year is no different. Due to the
overwhelming demand, additional dates have been added by
our hardworking Parade Staff. Check out the web site below
to see the new dates and see what all the excitement is about.
The last of the “competitive” events is the Parade Technical
and Historical Quiz. In a slightly revised format this year,
the Tech Quiz will test your knowledge of Porsche history,
family trivia and model lines over the last 60 plus years! The
Quiz goes by quickly, featuring 50 general questions and
25 “Model” specific questions for your area of expertise.
The answers are provided for you after the Quiz to discuss
amongst your new friends ensuring that you will learn a lot
of new facts about the car and culture we all love, Porsche.
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Please continue to read as I remind you of all the other
opportunities that are available for you to enjoy during this
fabulous Parade week in Savannah. I certainly hope to see
Younger Parade participants can look forward to plenty of
action and adventure including RC cars and boats, make
and take craft projects, pool games, karaoke, and outdoor
movies. Kids will be able to make their own art piece on
Sunday to enter in the Art
Show. There will also be a
photo gallery showcasing
the work of our amateur
photographers and their
Parade experiences. There will
be a ghost hunt, bike rally and
pool party for the teens and
tweens in addition to plenty of
gaming and hanging out with
friends in the Kids’ Lounges.
Babysitting and activities will
be provided for the evenings
of the Concours and Victory
banquets. We look forward to
seeing our younger friends in
Where is the place to meet
your friends, have a morning
coffee, an afternoon repast and
check your email? The answer
is the Parade Hospitality!
Check the Parade schedule for
all our activities, hours and
special events including Wine
and Beer Tastings.
Our Parade Sponsors will
have booths for you to view their products and more than a
few Porsches on display. Stop by the Internet Cafe to check
email, review the Parade website for information and print
your boarding passes.
We have planned a Goodie Store you won’t want to miss.
Porsche merchandise, PCA-logo merchandise, Parade-logo
merchandise, models, books, and special items not seen
in past Parades can all be expected. Be sure to check the
store repeatedly during the week to find the special item
that expresses your affiliation with things Porsche and PCA
or those items that make for the perfect reminders of your
incredible week in Savannah. Major credit cards accepted,
The Gimmick Rally is designed to provide a scenic,
relaxing and fun outing for everyone, including families.
Our route will pass historic and colorful places of interest,
with optional stops to explore and experience the charm of
southern hospitality. The route will be simple and clearly
described with a driving time of no more than two and one
half hours. The gimmick of the rally will unfold as you drive
the route, but there will be no tricks or traps, and novices
and experienced gimmick rallyists alike will enjoy this rally.
Load up the family and enjoy this event together!
The Savannah Parade will include several guided driving
tours to points of interest while cruising the beautiful
countryside of Georgia and South Carolina. These tours have
become some of the most popular activities of the week, and
you can be sure that this year’s will not disappoint!
The Porsche Club Tech Academy will provide participants
with a well-rounded curriculum. All Porsche models will
be covered. Upon completion of three hours of study
(attending three sessions) you will be awarded a Bachelor of
Arts diploma for your achievement. Five hours earns you a
Masters degree and after seven hours of study you will have
earned enough credits for a Doctorate degree. All diplomas
will be signed Peter Smith, Dean of Porsche Club Academy
and Manny Alban, President of Porsche Club of America.
The Tech Academy will have something for everyone; stay
tuned to the Parade website for the final class schedule.
Savannah is a hotbed of cultural attractions and we will
certainly take advantage of them. Offerings include a tour
of nearby Hilton Head Island, the Rose Hill Plantation, the
charming nearby towns of Bluffton and Beaufort and the
communities on Tybee and Skidaway Islands.
In addition to the organized events, the Savannah area
has much to offer that you can do on your own: carriage
and ghost tours, riverboat cruises, movie tours, fishing,
dolphin watching, kayak tours, 8th Air Force Museum,
Railroad museum, Fort Sumter, Telfair Museum of Art,
USS Yorktown, Plantation tours, Perris Island Marine Base
& Museum, , shrimp boat tours, cooking schools. You name
it, Savannah has it! Be sure to join us for the best family
vacation of the year.
July 31 - August 6, 2011
This traditional competition continues with various
categories including fiber arts, jewelry, painting, crafts, and
photography (with both amateur and professional divisions).
All Parade entrants may participate, including children.
Our special event this year will be a region T-shirt contest.
Any and all regions may submit a T-shirt that is designed to
advertise a regional event. Be sure to check out the web site
for more information.
And Much More
Other events we will hold during the 2011 Parade include
a 5K Run/Walk around Hutchinson Island, slot cars, the
Michelin Drive & Compare, a golf tournament, a helpful
Concierge on-site all week, Parade 101 classes, and National
awards including the newsletter, website, Enthusiast of the
Year, Family of the Year, Region of the Year, and Public
Service awards. We even plan to bring back the police
escorted Parade of Porsches, so we can show Savannah we
are there with style!
Also remember the Banquets that round out each
Sunday—Pirelli Welcome Party: After a few years’
hiatus, the Welcome Party will once again be a German
buffet, with all of the usual favorites.
Tuesday—Porsche Concours Banquet: Our grandest
evening, the Concours awards will be presented as well as
many of the coveted national contest awards. The Concours
banquet will be our most formal banquet, with a menu that
Wednesday —Mobil 1 Rally Banquet: We have
something different and fun planned for the Rally
Banquet—a Casino Night, with ‘dine around’ food stations.
So brush up on your Blackjack, Poker and dice skills. There
will even be a gaming corner for the kids!
Friday—Michelin Autocross Banquet: The Autocross
Banquet will be a fun one, too—a “Low Country Boil”
dinner, a Southern favorite and tradition.
Saturday—Porsche Victory Banquet: The Victory
Banquet will be the culmination of our Parade week together,
where we will reflect on our past week of adventure, as well
as hear about our next opportunity to all get together, at
Parade 2012! The Tech Quiz awards will be presented, as
well as the Grand Prize—a trip to Germany!
Spots are filling up quickly, so load up and join us in
Savannah for Parade 2011! More information is available at
http://parade2011.pca.org/ Don’t miss out, register today
and join our Parade Facebook site to make your travel plans
Getting a Grip
By Travis Howard
The Autocross School this year was
held in April at one of the Ball Park
in Arlington’s parking lots. Since
last year, the school got a new name, new
location, and better weather. This year
the autocross school became The Get a
Grip Autocross Academy, pretty snazzy,
right? Instead of the Pennington Field
lot, we went bigger with the Ball Park in Arlington. And
instead of the
cold, ice or snow
in February, we
in the upper
for the experience
and chance to
see what their
cars could do in an autocross environment. The students
would get one-on-one instruction from some of the best.
Photos by Avery Murphy
There were multiple AX Top Driver winners and even DE
instructors such as Bryan Bell there to share their experience
and knowledge with the students.
In the morning while the exercises were being set up,
I had a chance to survey the paddock. Lined up were
ranging from the
914 (known as
one of the best
in the right hands),
to a 930 Turbo
which would be a
handful on the tight
autocross course. We also had a sprinkling of
newer water cooled Porsches. On the other end
of the spectrum was a Cayenne shared by Jerry
and Myra Sutton.
Okay down to business. The students were
split into two groups and matched to their
instructors. One group would start with the
Braking and Slalom exercises while the other group got
acquainted with the Skid Pad. The instructor drives the car
first to demonstrate the correct technique, then the student
The Braking exercise teaches threshhold braking. The
student accelerates at maximum speed and determines were
they must start
braking to stop at
an identified spot
locking up the
wheels or having
the ABS in newer
cars come on.
Half the fun is the gathering...
exercise is always one of the favorites. Here the student
has a choice of an increasing (cone spacing gets wider),
constant (cone spacing does not change), and a chicane (an
offset pair of gates similar to changing lanes on the highway
The Skid Pads are a test of car physics. The student drives
around the Skid Pad as fast as possible using the throttle to
steer the car around the circle.
The afternoon was a chance to put the practiced skills to
use. While one group of students ran the autocross course
the other group worked the corners with their instructors.
They had an excellent vantage point to observe the car as
the course. As
I worked grid I
drivers as they
came up to the
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Either they had a huge smile on their face or a stoic look of
determination to find another second to take off their run
time. If you want to experience the fun, competition,
frustration, or the thrill of victory that make up autocross,
come out to our next event.
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Bond, Kevin R
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2003 996TT X50
Lanter, Jim (Allison)
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Maverick Member Totals
Royse City, TX 75189
2007 911 Turbo
Locke, Steve (Carol)
Dallas, TX 75252
2007 Carrera S
Fort Worth, TX 76244
2005 Boxster S
Members ~ 1,159
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Garland, TX 75040
2007 Cayman S
Argyle, TX 76226
2002 911 RUF 550
Cox, Ken B
Arlington, TX 76011
2006 Boxster S
Malone, Mike (Sharon)
Van Alstyne, TX 75495
De Vries, Erik (Lindsay)
Dallas, TX 75225
2011 Cayman S
Nguyen, Phong (Lanh)
Arlington, TX 76002
Dickey, David (Jennifer)
Frisco, TX 75034
2011 Carrera 4S
Patel, Ashish (Reina)
Dallas, TX 75214
Trophy Club, TX 76262
2007 Carrera S
N. Richland Hills, TX 76182
Harward, Steve (Shannon)
N. Richland Hills, TX 76182
2008 Cayman S
Salazar, Steve (Karen)
Wylie, TX 75098
2000 911 Carrera
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Dallas, TX 75248
Dallas, TX 75208
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Autocrossnumbers.com (972) 670-2483 Page 29
Autoscope (972) 867-7467 Page 18
Boardwalk Porsche (214) 576-1911 I.F.C.
Buckley Racing (817) 239-7969 Page 28
Eagles Canyon Raceway (940) 466-9775 Page 22
Fifth Gear Motorsports (972) 317-4005 Page 15
Invisibra (214) 704-9299 Page 7
Istook’s MotorSport Svcs (817) 332-6547 Page 20
Jerry DeFeo Designs (972) 240-5800 Page 17
Falgout, Ray & Associates, PLLC (972) 669-2370 Page 25
Laurie Wirth Realtor (214) 223-7488 Page 29
Louden Motorcar Svcs (972) 241-6326 I.B.C.
Mayo Performance (817) 540-4939 Page 17
Mean Green Travel (940) 565-8111 Page 3
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Mullenix Motorsport (972) 231-5356 Page 23
Mustard Racing (817) 366-1678 Page 31
911 Enterprises (972) 241-2002 Page 30
Park Place Porsche (800) 553-3196 Page 13
RAC Performance (214) 269-1571 Page 6
RetroAir (972) 960-6899 Page 30
Silver Fox (817) 329-6995 Page 2
Soundwerk (817) 281-9381 Page 30
Speed Shield (817) 999-5925 Page 22
State Farm Insurance (214) 387-0003 B.C.
Texas Performance Concepts (817) 657-6608 Page 25
Texas World Speedway (979) 690-2500 Page 21
UPS Store (972) 420-1250 Page 9
Ussery Printing (972) 438-8344 Page 9
Zims Autotechnik (817) 267-4451 Page 21
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Southlake, TX 76092
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