• Father’s Day Picnic
• Sunday Drive
• Rally School
• Wild Wildflowers
• May at Mayo’s
January 2011 - 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
Windscreen (Editor’s Column) ....................3
List of Officers/Board Chairs ......................4
Maverick Minutes ........................................8
Cliff’s Ramblings .......................................19
New Member Spotlight .............................23
Tech Corner ...............................................28
New Wheels ...............................................31
Advertiser Index ........................................32
Calendar of Events.......................................1
Tech Session - Autobahn .............................5
Board Meeting .............................................8
Driver Education - EC .................................9
Time Trial/Autocross Weekend at MW .....11
All Member Party ......................................12
Happy Hour at Love & War in Texas .... 24
Tech Session - Boardwalk..........................29
2011 Porsche Parade - Savannah ...............31
Past Event Recaps
Turkey Chase Report .................................10
Happy Hour at Mac’s Steaks & Seafood ...24
Happy Hour at The Bavarian Grill .............25
Founders’ Day 2010 - GT at the GT ..........26
Trivia Contest ..............................................7
2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RSR ......................17
Volume 49 January 2011, Issue 1
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27 Southlake Lunch
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2011 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents
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John Hamilton, President
Hello, fellow Mavericks! It’s my
first article as the new president
of our club, so I’d like to cover
thank-you’s, history, focus, and future.
First of all the thank-you’s ~ A huge
thanks (from all of us) goes to Mike
Brodigan who, as president for the past
two years, has helped our club grow in
membership, participation and charity. I can’t remember
a time in our club when we’ve had more activities (Our
Slipstream newsletter, Round-up, Founder’s Day, Concours,
Club Race, Sunday Drives, Time Trials, Autocross, Drivers
Education, Happy Hours, Swap Meets, Tech Sessions,
caravans to Porsche Parade, etc.) going on. And each of
them so well attended! PLUS the contributions, both
financial and volunteer, to improvement of our charity, the
Hope Shelter. Yes there are a lot of committees to thank,
and there is one leader who kept all the plates spinning.
So thank you, Mike Brodigan, for spinning all those plates
during the past two years.
History ~ Did you know that the history of our Maverick
Region is well-documented (but well-hidden) on our
website? If you go to our site, then click on “about us”, then
click on “MRPCA History”, then click on “go here” at the
bottom of that page, it documents the history and leadership
of our region since it was founded in 1962. That’s almost
50 years ago [to be addressed later in this article]! And
our club keeps growing with over 1700 members in the
Dallas - Fort Worth area. So we’ll have to keep growing our
activities and even add some to continue the enhancement
of the enjoyment of owning a Porsche.
Focus ~ So, me thinks, our focus should be on how we
can make our activities even more enjoyable and inclusive.
Speaking of inclusive, I am very encouraged by the
participation by new people coming to our monthly board
meeting. This month, Mike Farrar, and Rick Schwausch,
joined us at our board meeting and offered to help wherever
they can. Mike said: “I’ve been participating in events
for years, and felt it was time to give back.” I think if you
went around the table, that’s how almost all of us started
volunteering to help the club. We came to a meeting and
figured out how and where we could help.
Focus (continued): So to achieve our goals of “enjoyable
and inclusive,” our focus needs to be on examining each
of our activities and see how we can make them more fun
and entertaining to more people. AND, we need to look for
additional activities that we could add to ours that would be
inviting to members who may not have yet participated. You
know: it’s usually getting someone to come the first time
that’s the hardest.
Future ~ Two things:
First of all, I’m all about having fun! Isn’t that what our
activities are about? Adding fun and satisfaction to our
leisure time as a by-product of owning a Porsche.
Secondly: our BIG focus on the FIFTIETH
ANNIVERSARY of the Maverick Region Porsche Club in
2012. A big celebration requires a lot of research, planning,
time AND PARTICIPATION to do it right, so we’ve got to
get started early this year to plan our celebration for next
So there’s a lot on our plate, as there always should be in
an active, growing club. But with the support of the many
generous volunteers that we have now and who will be
joining us along the way, we’ll continue to make our club
activities more “enjoyable and inclusive.” I welcome your
UPCOMING EVENT: Speaking of inclusive, please be
sure to mark your calendar for our ALL MEMBER PARTY
on Saturday, January 29th from 2 to 4:30 p.m. (please see
the ad in this Slipstream). We’ve had a tremendous turn-out
the past several years, and the focus is to get new members
familiar with more of our activities. So please join us there.
Mav of the Month
One of the best examples of jumping in with both feet to
volunteer has been by Pat Friend. It seems to me that it
was only about a year ago that I met Pat at one of our board
meetings, and he found many ways that he could contribute
to the club. He has taken over the management of our Goodie
Store to keep it up and running despite vendor challenges
and he’s also our ad director for Slipstream magazine.
For being the Maverick of the Month, The Silver Fox in
Grapevine is giving Pat dinner for two at their award
winning steak house.
So THANK YOU, Pat, for all you do!
Richard Bradley, Managing Editor
new year brings new beginnings,
new hopes and dreams for all of
us, but especially for those of
us that are plugged into our enthusiastic
and friendly PCA Maverick Region! Last
year was a blast with all kinds of events
and excitement, but this year promises to
be even better. Every year brings score
sheets and lap times back to their base lines, whether it’s
at a driving event, a Concours, or any other venue. Make a
commitment to attend the Awards Banquet and claim your
award. It’s within reach of all of us. Maybe you can push
yourself to make it to one more Social Event than last year,
or a Charity Event to help our friends in need of a little
hope, and find something you already have. It all starts with
a dream, so dream big.
January is the beginning of the New Year and you’re in the
driver’s seat. So put on your seat belt, come out and make
new friends, and make a difference. Life is good and life
with a Porsche is nothing less than spectacular. It doesn’t
matter if it’s a brand new 2011, or the first Porsche that
arrived in the great USA sixty years ago. What does matter
is getting involved. Here’s to new beginnings!
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 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 Mike Brodigan
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.
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.
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1. Porsche has a 16 Volume Repair Manual Set for Sale, Part # WKD.484.221
for the 2003-05 Cayenne. What is the List Price for the Set? a. $987.55
b. $1,412.38 c. $2,145.80 d. $2,780.13 Pano August, 2010, pg 105 ADV
2. Some of the 3.2 Carreras had faulty Cylinder Head Temp Sensors that
would cause problems sending you in all kinds of directions trying to
diagnose what was wrong. This was fixed by a redesigned Sensor that
came out around 1987. Which of the following did a faulty Sensor NOT
cause? a. Poor Idle b. Intermittent No-start c. Buck at Cruising Speeds
d. Shut-down at Cruising Speeds Pano August, 2010, pg 80,
Chris Powell info
3. Should you get Overspray on your Vinyl interior, John Paterek, Tech
Advisor, says you should use _________ to get it off; after you put a bit on
a test spot. a. Lacquer Thinner b. Citrus Solvent Degreaser c. Goof-off
d. Enamel Thinner
Pano August, 2010, pg 80, John Paterek info
4. Porsche has just announced a new model for the Paris Auto Show, the
911 Speedster. It is a normally aspirated 3.8L Boxer 6 cylinder that is a
convertible with 23 more HP than a Carrera S, special colors, etc; but still
only two-wheel rear drive. It is a ‘bit’ more expensive than the $101,500
Carrera S Convertible. What will it cost? a. $126,600 b. $176,000 c.
$202,950 d. $265,000 Jalopnik.com, Sept 21, 2010
5. And just how many of these special Porsche 911 Speedsters are they going
to build? a. 356 b. 911 c. 930 d. 998 Jalopnik.com, Sept 21, 2010
Answers: 1) d 2) a 3) b 4) d 5) a
Lisa Steele, Secretary
The last Board Meeting of 2010
began with some holiday music
in the background with beautiful
decorations along the table and cheery
faces in the room. Mr. Pres began the
meeting at 7:05 with a very BIG “THANK
YOU” to Clint Blackman for all of his
hard work and service with the Sunday
Drives. A big round of applause was given to Clint and the
clapping continued for John Harvey who will be stepping in
and continuing Clint’s hard work and dedication.
Clint Blackman announced that the Holiday Light Drive
would be on Sunday, December 12th. The meeting place is
Starbucks in Highland Park Village. Clint assured the group
that he will be around but taking a little break for a while (a
well deserved break, Clint).
Jim Falgout reported that during the last two years
Maverick Region has sent $1,623.85 more to Hope House
than collected in donations. There was a motion by John
Hamilton to donate the difference to Hope House. Christy
seconded the motion. Motion passed to donate the difference
to Hope House. Jim also announced his usual happy phrase,
“We have money.”
Ed Mullenix reported that the Tech Session on November
27th was good and well attended with 7 folks. This was
a good number considering it was a holiday weekend.
The session lasted about 2 hrs. and everyone had a good
time. The next Tech Session is on the calendar for January
15th at Autobahn. The topic of discussion will be brake
maintenance…maybe this Secretary should attend this one.
Ed is also throwing around the idea of setting up a service
clinic prior to DE/TT events to do tech inspection. There is
no venue yet but this is still a work in progress.
Pat Friend announced that he got in a new batch of badges.
He also brought along lots of Silent Auction items for
Founder’s Day from Park Place and Dallas Euro Cars.
Travis Howard reported that the AX/TT Awards Banquet
was quite a success. Everyone loved the beer mugs and
shot glasses for their awards. He said that it was A LOT
of FUN!! Travis also announced that he has scheduled a
Time Trial at MSR on Oct.23rd and it will be the 1.3 course
(should be exciting to do this as a time trial). Apparently
Pennington Field is no longer wanting to have Autocrosses
in their parking lot so Travis is looking for another space.
Robyn Howard said “I had what he had” referring to all
of her husband Travis’ report. Robyn did tell the group that
she is currently talking with a few people about sponsoring
some Autocrosses and Time Trials to help fund the more
Christy Payne is looking forward to a great Founder’s
Day Event. She reported that the Silent Auction/Raffle was
looking good with some great items. Christy reminded the
group that the New Member Party will be on January 29th.
Christy also had information from Richard Bradley to share
with the group. Apparently Richard received a few reports
of some damaged Slipstreams, so if you had a Slipstream
that was damaged please contact Richard because he has
extras. Richard is also kicking around the idea of having an
“Advertisers Spotlight” each month for advertisers to give a
little spiel about their business.
Madhu Rao was present and assured the group that he
would be happy to help in any way he could at Founder’s
Day. What a wonderful attitude!!
BJ and John Harvey reported that the Turkey Chase Sunday
Drive was great. They had about 25 cars. Don Brown laid
out a very nice course.
Carey Spreen reported that he might have a great place
to do a Rally. He received an email from Mike Mayberry
who has a Bed and Breakfast and horseback riding (not in
the same room of course) near Whitesboro. There are some
great roads for a Rally all around that area, so Carey is going
to check it out.
Wendy brought up the recent passing of one of our DE
Instructors, Azam Zaidi. As an honor to his memory, the
board voted to send a donation to an organization aimed
at helping the victims of the flooding this year in Pakistan.
Wendy also brought some very colorful name tag holders
that would be perfect for DE’s. Everyone agreed they
would be perfect! She also discussed that Jerry DeFeo was
concerned that not a lot people look at and read the Trivia.
The Board all agreed that the Trivia is wonderful and would
hate to see it go.
A new face at the Board Meeting was Mike Farrar. He feels
like he has taken advantage of the club for the last 10-12
years and he is ready to help out in any way that he can. I can
personally say that Mike has always been a wonderful help
at the DE’s with anything the Hospitality Chicks needed. I
know we will find the perfect “job” for Mike.
Another new face sitting at the table was Rick Schwausch.
He, too, would like to give back to the club and contribute
some of his time. John Hamilton chimed in and suggested
that they could possibly help be a backup for the equipment
Chris Christensen announced that our next Happy Hour
will be at Bavarian Grill in Plano on December 16th. Forty
people attended the HH at Bavarian Grill the last time so it
should be a good turn out.
Judy Brodigan (aka Hot Body according to her sweet
husband Mike) was present but had nothing to report.
Mike Brodigan (aka Mr. President) was busy in the
Bahamas last month but if you read Slipstream you noticed
that James Shoffit was announced Mav of the Month. Mike
also announced that Jack Griffin is considering having a
Social event in his fabulous garage. I will definitely attend
this social event to see his awesome collection of cars. Mike
told the group that the last 2 years has been a privilege to
work with such wonderful people…been FUN he says!!
Lots of claps around the room!! Thank You Mike for all that
you have done and continuing doing for the club!!
Mike announced that the Mav of the Month for January is
John Hamilton (aka up and coming new Maverick
President) announced that dates are finalized for the 2011
DE schedule. The Club Race has been moved to October
29-30 at ECR. This will be a much cooler time of year for
the race cars. Memorial Day weekend will be a regular DE
and Nov. 19th/20th will be at MSR for the 1.7 track.
Meeting adjourned at 8:15
A personal note from the secretary…I have enjoyed every
crazy moment at all of the Board Meetings for the past 2
years. Thank you to everyone who is a part of the wonderful
Turkey Chase Report – from the eyes of a newbie
By Sylva Cohen
On November 21 my husband Gordon and I joined
the Maverick Region Sunday Drive crowd for
our first Porsche Club ‘event’. As
everyone casually collected in the Wal-Mart
parking lot in Mesquite it did create quite a
sight. It was reassuring as we introduced
ourselves to other members to find out we
weren’t the only first timers. It seemed as if
a large number of us were finally coming to
enjoy the camaraderie for the very first time,
even though some of us had technically
been members for a while (pay the dues,
never show up.) As a new member and a
first time Porsche owner I learned more about the cars than
I ever thought possible standing in the parking lot as the
group gathered. There was more technical information
bantered about than I can ever imagine understanding, but
the real joy for me was in looking at all the different years
and models than one can hope to see in one place. All the
dream cars of my youth there for my enjoyment to look at!
I had been around sports car clubs for a portion of my
life. My older brother has been a member of a couple of
clubs over the years in the Detroit area. While still living
in that area I had gone to watch them race their Corvettes,
Photos by Patti Bitzel and Larry Pettit
of greeting from other drivers as they ogled a line of 22
Porsches driving down the road. While we were on 80
all was still fine in my world.
At Wills Point we traded that
nice straight wide road for the
FM roads of North Texas.
In my little back yard world
of horses, there is a saying
between riders. When you
are invited to go riding with
other people it is common to
ask how they ride. It is often
a warning when someone tells
you that they ‘ride like they drive’. It was on this drive that
I learned that my quiet, retired, ex-airline captain husband
must drive his retirement vehicle like he flew his 747. I
thoroughly enjoyed the drive, but I must admit I held on
tight a few times, leaned over to check the speedometer
more than a few times, and waved happily at the County
Sheriff as we calmly and respectfully passed his parked
It was a great drive through curving country roads, at what
was probably the ‘color peak’ for leaves in North Texas.
The weather was perfect, skies clear, air warm, all with a
Saabs and other vehicles and eventually their Vipers
around tracks and listen to stories of their Road Rallies,
and gone to Concours events. But this was my first event
as a car owner, or as the wife of a car owner at least. I have
moved up in the world to actually getting a seat in the car
instead of just washing it. Still, my own car choices and
driving styles tend to the much slower and steadier pace of
driving a pick-up truck with a horse trailer behind. This is
a new world for me.
We departed Mesquite and headed out to East Texas. For
me it is just fine to sit in a convertible while my husband
drives and I get to watch the world and other cars go by. It
was a real kick to see all the looks and occasional honks
ig group of friendly people. We made our final destination
before I, as an older woman, had to make the bathroom.
(It was a great laugh to see all the men get out of their cars
and run for the bathroom at the potty stop.) Perhaps that is
indicative of just how tightly I might have been holding myself
whipping through those scenic county roads.
We all enjoyed a wonderful lunch at the Edom Bakery, which
in addition to great sandwiches also had great chocolate chip
cookies as promised by Mr. Blackman. Then we enjoyed a
little window shopping with new friends at some of the artist’s
shops across the street. All in all, a perfect day.
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2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RSR
By Porsche Motorsport N.A.
Stuttgart - December 12 - The Porsche 911 GT3
RSR takes off into the new motorsport season
modifications. The 2011
version of the world’s
most successful GT
race car celebrated its
at the “Night of
Champions” party held
at the R&D Center in
Weissach to mark the end
of the 2010 motorsport
season. Priority in the
further development of
the GT3 RSR was given
to the newly designed
aerodynamics at the front
and rear, changes to the
and to the engine.
The 4.0-litre, sixcylinder
now delivers 455 hp
(355 kW) at 7,800 revs, five horsepower more than
its predecessor. The power increase results from an
engine management system which adapts even better
to different fuel grades, as well as a redesigned exhaust
system and a modified air intake housing. Moreover,
the drivability of the famously efficient engine has
undergone further improvements. Maximum revs remain
unchanged at 9,400 rpm.
Clearly visible are the modifications to the front. A new
front lip provides higher downforce at the front axle. The
front wheels are now wider with the rims growing from
11 to 12 inches giving additional grip and less understeer.
The position of the rear wing and the shape of the wing
mounting also underwent optimization and were adapted
to the new rear fairing with additional air outlet louvers.
The rear lid was also redesigned for optimized air
ducting. Like the 911 GT3 Cup and the GT3 R, the RSR
has now been equipped with the LED rear lights taken
from the latest 911 road-legal cars.
The 911 GT3 RSR joins the 911 GT3 R and the 911
GT3 Cup as the top model of Porsche Motorsport’s
product range. The successful long distance racer from
Weissach can be ordered now at a price of 410,000 Euro
plus country-specific value added tax. All 2011
modifications are available as a kit for GT3 RSR cars
from the 2010 season.
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Cliff’s Ramblings: Sebring 2011
By Cliff Blackshear
couldn’t think of a thing to write for
the January issue and then it hit me,
John and I decided last year, after Sebring
2010 and taking four of the top five places
in SP Box class, that we Mavs have to
go back and defend our place in 2011. I
brought this up at the Hallett Club Race
recently with the drivers there that had attended Sebring last
year. They all started salivating and expressed great interest
Once again, John and
I had to make sure our
dealer group wanted
to spend the money to
support the trip and we got
that done. When you’re
dealing with a proposal
that ends up in corporate
accountant’s hands, it had
better have some strong
backing along the chain
of command. Thankfully,
up and down our group,
we have track rats, gear
ex-racers and a lot of
cheerleaders. Yet I wonder
how many of you reading
this, understand what is involved.
First, we have to find a transport, hummm, I wonder if the
Ferrari Challenge trailer we own is available. If not, I wonder
how much the ticket will be for an enclosed transport that
is outsourced? How much is it going to cost per car to get
them there and back? Will we need a second 18 wheeler for
additional entrants for the class? Can we have more tools
and equipment available than last year? This was an area
where we really struggled last year, but fortunately other
racers that were there lent a hand when we were in need, and
we absolutely needed that help.
Once the financial commitment is made and racers agree
with what their expenditures are going to be, an amazing
amount of things have to be done. 1. Set dates of departure
and return for vehicles. 2. Figure out how much room the
transport has for tools and equipment while making sure all
the small needs are met.
The decision has been made that only Spec Box cars are
in our effort. I really wanted to include more, but it was just
not in the cards this year. John has done all of the crucial
legwork up to now in contacting the drivers/owners. He
found out who can make the date so far and checked on
the availability of the needed transport. We want only an
enclosed transporter and of course that raises the price, but
it is well worth it. So far we have six committed drivers and
possibly a seventh Spec Box driver/owner willing to make
I so look forward to this event, Sebring is a fast, brutal,
unforgiving, historic track. Last year the tee shirts for the
event read “48 hours of Sebring, You do not win at Sebring,
You Survive,” it couldn’t
be more true. The night
race is spectacular. It’s
very dark at night at
Sebring since there are no
track lights whatsoever.
Watching the cars come
off turn 16 (The Le Mans
Curve) down the long
back straight (Ulmann
Straight) and flying into
the infamous turn 17
(Sunset bend) is awesome.
Turn 17 is such an
interesting corner; it will
make men out of boys. You
must exit with the car so
completely on edge near
the concrete wall that you
have no place to go with a mistake. The wall will be inches
from the drivers left when the corner is taken correctly.
Last year I remember Glen Smith making a comment when
everyone was learning the line. It went something like “As
I came around each time into 17 and carried more speed,
I could hear my wife saying, you crashed at what speed?”
There will be well over 200 entrants making it the
largest Club Race of the year; every class was huge and so
competitive. TRG (The Racers Group) had five 18 wheelers
there to transport and support the Cup Cars last year. Porsche
Motorsports was there with support.
I plan to show up and help as needed. Last year was brutal
with 12 hour days and little sleep. It was all I could do to
keep the cars that could be repaired on track. Yet, I wouldn’t
trade the experience for anything. Of course, I was just a
cog in the machine that made the Mavs successful. So many
people made that trip a success. It’s gonna be fun!
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We were a little surprised and at the same time
pleased to see almost 40 Maverick’s come out
on a brisk fall evening to share in conversation
and good food at Mac’s. Needless to say that Mac’s is a
favorite restaurant for many, but can be slow going getting
there with all the road construction going on with 121 and
114 that narrows down to one or two lanes in spots. We
thought there might be a road closure during the day and
were Specializing somewhat concerned, in all years but believe and it models was reserved of for
the Porsche less traveled exclusively evening hours. for Anyway, more thanks 30 to everyone years
for joining in the Maverick camaraderie!
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Member Spotlight: The Klemmer Family
Andrea Bell, Public Relations Chair
This month our new member
spotlight is on the Klemmer family.
Margaret and Nikolaus recently
moved to Texas from North Carolina.
While they are not new to PCA, they
are new to our
region. They are
about PCA and their two Porsches.
The Klemmers have two children
- Hannah is 11 and Thomas is
9. Thomas loves PCA and has
actually made two appearances in
Panorama. Hannah, according to
Margaret, “Well, she goes along
with it.” They each drive a 911.
Margaret has a 1985 Targa and
Nikolaus drives a 2006 C4.
They bought their first Porsche in
January 2006. It was a 2003 Boxster for Nikolaus’ 40th
birthday. They joined the Hurricane Region PCA (in NC)
shortly thereafter. That summer they attended a PCA event
at a race shop. Margaret got to sit in a 911 track car while
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they were setting it up on the Dyno and she was hooked!
She wanted a 911. Later in 2006, her husband bought her
the Targa to celebrate their 10 year wedding anniversary.
She (the Targa) is known affectionately as Mausi. In April
2009, they replaced the Boxster with the 997 C4.
In 2008, Parade was held in
Charlotte, so the family piled in
and took everything needed for
four days away in their little Mausi.
During the gimmick rally, the
news had come to cover the event.
The Klemmers actually made it on
the news clip, demonstrating how
you can even fit a family of four
in a 911! Also
in 2008, they
to drive the
famous Tail of
the Dragon at
As you might
kids to most events. Margaret said, this makes them a
true “Porsche Family”. She added, “We believe the PCA
motto to be completely true. It’s not about the cars, it’s the
people!” When I asked Margaret about any other hobbies or
interests, she responded, “What other hobbies are there? We
love cars, we love to drive and we love to travel.” She shared
that on their most recent trip to Germany to visit Nikolaus’
parents, they toured the Porsche Factory in Stuttgart and
spent an entire day at the new Porsche Museum! They also
visited the original RUF location in Pfaffenhausen with a
private tour and got to meet Herr Ruf himself.
Please join me in extending a warm welcome to Nikolaus,
Margaret, Hannah and Thomas to Texas and our own
Maverick Region 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 - November HH @ Mac’s Steaks & Seafood
Chris Christensen, Happy Hour Chair
We were a little surprised and at
the same time pleased to see
on a brisk
to share in conversation and
good food at Mac’s. Needless
to say that Mac’s is a favorite
restaurant for many, but can be
slow going getting there with all
the road construction going on
with 121 and 114 that narrows
down to one or two lanes in
spots. We thought there might
be a road closure during the day
and were somewhat concerned, but believe it was reserved
for the less traveled evening hours. Anyway, thanks to
everyone for joining in the Maverick camaraderie!
Well, with another year coming to a close, we can hope that
this holiday season is going to prove to our friendly economists
that the gray skies will clear and 2011 will be on track for
new growth and prosperity. We like to call our prognosticator
for 2011 the “Porsche sales indicator to economic growth.”
if they are
up, we are
that our three
Rick Burnham and Suzanne Lynch dealerships
are doing pretty well. So, there you go, put away your Wall
Street Journal and just check the sales figures at your friendly
Porsche dealer, and pass the results on to your financial
advisor. Of course this is a little tongue in cheek economic
humor, but just maybe it is a pretty good indicator, since
sales of higher end cars is a market driven phenomenon.
So we are not going to pretend to be economists or try and
re-invent Keynesian or supply side economic theory, but
what we are going to do is to enjoy our Porsches and maybe
...the girls having fun... Come out and join us!
Photos by Chris Christensen
add to or replace them in 2011. Unfortunately the “add-to”
theory requires additional stable space, but the application
of the “scatter theory” works
well too; i.e. find a friend
with extra garage space and
negotiate a deal. That could be
the best holiday present of all!
For those of you who requested
name tags, we should have had
them ready at our next Happy
Hour in December. There
were a number of Mavericks
that ordered tags at earlier
Happy Hours and I hope you
stopped by the Bavarian Grill in
December and picked them up.
Make plans to come out in
2011 and visit with some new friends at our Happy Hour in
January. You will find a large gathering of fellow Mavericks
at Love & War in Texas located at 601 E. Plano Pkwy, Plano,
TX. The telephone number is 972.422.6201. See you all
Happy Hour - December HH @ The Bavarian Grill
Chris Christensen, Happy Hour Chair
What a great Porsche Club we have, and we got to
share it at Happy Hour with a record number of
our friends. We counted approximately 50 Mav’s
gathered to enjoy
some tasty German
food and beer at the
“Grill.” It is true –
“It’s not just the cars,
it’s the people.” And
you know, it has to
be a great club when
some folks have
been members for 40
years - and they were
there (thanks to Jerry
and Myra for coming
out). It conveys
to us that this is a
Club that makes
a Porsche owner
we didn’t think it
possible.” If you
have not joined us
at Happy Hour in a
while, please do, and enjoy in the fun and camaraderie.
Welcome to Randy Johnston, a new member, whom we
met at HH. Randy drives a 1998 993 Targa. We hope to see
you at future Happy Hours or the many other events the club
sponsors. By the way, it was really a treat to see Lisa Steele
Christy Payne, Kim Zeh and Lisa Steele...
Raising a glass to fellow Maverick’s!
Photos by Chris Christensen
Lisa, now that you are no longer Club Secretary, you must
continue coming to Board Meetings…we would miss your
Thanks to Rich
Keesecker and his
wife for entertaining
us with many
popular songs such
as Edelweiss; and to
Ed Mullenix for his
to the rhythm on the
spoons. Who knew
we had such talent in
We are keeping it
short this month so
we can fit two
months worth of HH
columns in so we
will be caught upfor
2011. For January
we are going to have
our HH at Love and
War in Texas. We have a semi- private area reserved in the
back of the restaurant. This restaurant is located across
from Uncle Buck’s in the Grapevine Mills Mall. It is easy
Madhu Rao, our new Secretary and his wife getting to know new
friends at HH!
There’s nothing like the food at The Bravarian Grill.
and Christy Payne at HH for a few hours of fun. These
two ladies make it happen at many social events. And yes
to find and there is plenty of parking available. Their address
and telephone number are as follows; 2505 E Grapevine
Mills Circle, Grapevine, TX 76099 – Tel. (972) 724-5557.
See you all there and have a very Happy New Year.
Founders’ Day 2010 - GT at the GT (Good Times at the Gaylord Texan)
By Carey Spreen
Traditionally, Maverick Region
has held its annual Founders’ Day
banquet in honor of the 15 founding
members that started the Region back in
November of 1962. This banquet, at which
the club officers and chairs present season
trophies, awards, and other recognition to
our members, and at which the next year’s
officers are elected and announced, usually takes place on
the second Saturday of November, and is typically followed
by the club’s annual Christmas/Holiday Party in early
However, this year, Social Chair, Christy Payne decided to
try something different. In years past, we spent a significant
amount of time during Founders’ Day giving out Autocross
and Time Trial awards, which was of course interesting to
those who competed in the series, but not necessarily to
others who did not participate.
To that end, we held a separate Autocross/Time
Trial awards banquet in November, which freed
up more time at the Founders’ Day banquet for
other activities and general socializing. And since
Founders’ Day was later in the year than usual, it
was combined with the Christmas/Holiday Party,
as the weekends leading
up to the holidays tend
to fill up quickly on
many folks’ calendars.
Something else new
was this year’s venue -
the Gaylord Texan. This
was one of the better
locations in recent
memory. We had a large
banquet room, with a
huge variety of buffetstyle
main courses, and
desserts. A nice touch
was that each couple
got two free drink
tickets, good at the cash
bar. This was quite a
bonus, since a glass of
wine was $12!
Also presented to each banquet-goer was a raffle ticket,
of which more could be purchased (and some of us took
great advantage of that loophole, by the way!) to better the
chances of winning something from the large assortment
of door prizes donated by the club’s sponsors. Sponsors,
Photos by Mark Steele
who, by the way, significantly support the operations of the
club, and allow us to put on events that would otherwise be
prohibitively expensive. As it says in Slipstream, “Support
a mainstay of
was also wellrepresented,
the proceeds of
going to the
Maverick Region’s official charity, the Huffaker-Hughes
Hope House. Lisa Huffaker and family were our guests
at Founders’ Day,
and showed their
appreciation of our
continued support of
their efforts to protect
and house victims
of domestic abuse.
And in recognition of
their ongoing work
on behalf of the Hope
House, special awards
• Michael and Heather Pelletier
must have been thinking, “Now
this is what they call a Butt
• Gaylord Texan Atrium
Linda Bambina accepting her award.
were presented to
Clara Lewis and Linda
Something else unique
and fun was the presence
of a Butt Sketch artist (no, I am not being rude - that is
what they call it), who did free-hand charcoal drawings
of couples and groups, but from a rear view; faces not
included! Each drawing took only about 3 minutes, and
all were quite flattering, despite what you might imagine
from the name. Our artist, Pjae, was scheduled to draw
for us from 6pm to 9 pm, but the demand was so high
that she agreed to stay until 10 pm. And the best part
is that there was no charge to the subjects! Or were we
“objects?” Either way, a lot of folks took advantage of
it. I now have a Butt Sketch of my daughter Geneva and
myself hanging proudly on the wall of our staircase. The
“Butt Sketch” concept has apparently been around for
years, but being behind the times, this was the first I had
heard of it. If you are interested you can find out more at
Another attraction was the annual “ICE” show that the
Founders’ Day 2010 - GT at the GT (Good Times at the Gaylord Texan)
Gaylord hosts, displaying huge yet intricate ice sculptures
in a ballroom chilled to about 9 degrees F (parkas are
provided!) Christy got discounts for those of us who preordered
tickets, and this year’s theme was “A Charlie Brown
Christmas.” I hope you got a chance to see it. A word of
caution, though: don’t lick the ice - it tastes awful! Or so I
am told . . .
As mentioned above, Board elections are an important part
of Founders’ Day, and your new Club Officers for 2011 are
listed below. This is an enthusiastic group of folks, and I
boldly predict a fun year ahead.
Vice President -
Secretary - Madhu Rao
Treasurer - Jim Falgout
And speaking of
enthusiastic, the winner of
the coveted Richard Selcer
Memorial Trophy, which
the Maverick Region has
awarded almost every year
since 1976 to the Region
member who has made an
to the club, was current Zone 5 Rep James Shoffit. I for one
could not think of a more deserving recipient.
And last, but not least, with the departure this year of
our perennial Drivers Education Grid Queen, Jan Mayo,
a volunteer has stood up and taken the reins from her.
However, since Travis Howard is of the male persuasion,
the appellation “Grid Queen”
was not the most appropriate
for him, so Travis was awarded
with a unique “Grid Master
T” shirt and tasteful matching
medallion, to wear proudly
as he keeps those DE grids
moving in 2011.
In all, it was a great time, with
good food, fun prizes, and a
chance to meet some new folks
as well as catch up with some
We hope to see you at Founders’ Day 2011! .
• The new Grid Master “T,” Travis
• James Shoffit excepting the
• Denny & Christy Payne with
Lisa Steele & Mark Steele.
• Cheers from Tracey and Ed
• Erika Nannis and Myra Sutton
enjoying the wonderful hors
Ed Mullenix, Tech Chair
November’s tech session was a lot
of fun. Even though it was the
Saturday after Thanksgiving, a
bunch of folks showed up. We discussed
the various tools and equipment that would
be employed and then we performed the
diagnostic tests on a vehicle electrical
system. Hopefully some of the mystery
On February 19th, we will have a tech session at Boardwalk
Porsche. The topic will be the club’s tech sheet that has to
be filled out prior to our driving events. We will perform a
pre-driving event inspection and have some training aids to
demonstrate what constitutes a “pass or fail” on some of the
components. For those members that would feel comfortable
doing their own inspection, we will pass out wallet cards
that certify the member to sign “their own” tech sheet (alas,
no you won’t be able to sign your buddy’s.)
The tech sheet pretty much fills up an entire page and looks
somewhat intimidating. Most items on the list are common
sense things. Something that routinely gets overlooked
is brake fluid. Automotive brake fluid absorbs moisture
from the air. For those of you that have ever bothered to
look, there is a tiny little hole in the cap on the brake fluid
reservoir. Its purpose is to vent the reservoir. As the brake
pads wear, the pistons in the calipers are displaced further
out and more fluid goes into the caliper. The fluid level in
the reservoir goes down accordingly. Some manufacturers
employ a rubber membrane in the reservoir cap to act as a
barrier to moisture. Porsche does not, so moisture from the
air does enter the brake fluid through that tiny little hole.
When the fluid absorbs moisture, it lowers the temperature
at which the brake fluid will boil. For a car driven on roads
here in the “flatlands,” old brake fluid is not much of an
issue. If you track your car or drive in mountainous areas,
you absolutely do not want the fluid to boil. The club insists
that if you are participating in a driving event, you have
brake fluid that has been changed within the preceding six
months. Nothing will cause you to “suck up that seat” like
pressing on the middle pedal when nothing happens!
Also during the session, we will demonstrate how to
uncowl a Boxster motor and pull the air filter assembly off
of a “conventional Porsche” so you can see the accessory
belt and such. Look forward to seeing y’all there. RSVP
so I’ll know how many donuts to bring.
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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. 278k + miles, A/C is great
– 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: 2005 Boxster, 41,000 miles. Red/ Black leather interior. Everything
works. New tires. Manuals. No mods, all stock. Garaged. asking $22,900. contact
For Sale: 1998 Boxster, Very good pale yellow body with tan interior in goodnot
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mileage unknown, but has new LN Engineering intermediate shaft bearing and
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For Sale: 2005 Porsche Cayenne S, Very well equipped and maintained.
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For Sale: 1996 Porsche 993 Twin Turbo, Black/Black/greyseats, 28K miles
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For Sale: PCA “E” class 911 SC Euro, Very nicely prepared 1983 911
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Jim Buckley (2)
For Sale: 2003 Porsche Boxster, 54k mi, EXCELLENT CONDITION!!
VERY CLEAN!! This is a beautiful car that drives great. No problems. Selling
to make room for family car. Red with Black Leather Convertible top works
perfectly. Xenon Lights Must see!! Please contact me if interested. Serious buyers
only. Miguel @ 817-946-9449 e-mail me for more info & pics if interested.
For Sale: 2003 Porsche Boxster S, Just under 46,000 mi. Huge list of options
and in great condition with several upgrades including front and rear strut braces,
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