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Zone 5 Presidents ......................................1
Drifting (President’s Column) ....................2
Maverick of the Month ..............................2
List of Officers/Board Chairs ....................4
Carey On... (Editor’s Column) ...................5
Trivia Contest ............................................7
Maverick Minutes ......................................8
Driving Friendships (50th Anniversary)...10
Concours d’Elegance 2012.......................15
Advertiser of the Month ..........................22
Member Spotlight ....................................23
New Wheels .............................................31
Advertiser Index ......................................32
Calendar of Events ....................................1
Time Trial 2 / Autocross 2 - MW ...............3
Maverick Lunches .....................................3
Board Meeting ...........................................9
Happy Hour at Uncle Julio’s.....................12
Fifty Years of Porsche Car Show...............14
2012 Porsche Parade.................................22
Cinco de Mayo at Mayo’s..........................24
Sunday Drive - Bluebonnet Tour...............24
Drivers’ Ed - MSR............................ ........25
BMWCCA DE - MSR...............................32
Past Event Recaps
March DE at Eagles Canyon ....................16
February Tech Session at RAC.................18
February Happy Hour at Ruggeri’s...........21
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Volume 50, Issue 4, April 2012
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4 Board Meeting
10 Lewisville Lunch
15 AX School, Penn
19 Happy Hour, Uncle Julio’s
21-22 Drivers’ Ed, MSR 3.1
26 Southlake Lunch
28 50 Years of Porsche car show
29 Sunday Drive, Bluebonnets
2-3 Drivers’ Ed, ECR
3 Autos in the Park
6 Board Meeting
9 Father’s Day Picnic
16 Time Trial 3, MW
17 Autocross 3, MW
21 Happy Hour, Trinity Hall Pub
24 Sunday Drive, Blueberry Hill
28 Southlake Lunch
ECR - Eagles Canyon Raceway, Slidell
MW - Mineral Wells Airport, Mineral Wells
MSR - Motor Sport Ranch, Cresson
TMS - Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth
TRS - Texas Rangers Stadium, Arlington
Penn - Pennington Field Stadium, Bedford
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
2 Board Meeting
5 Cinco de Mayo at Mayo’s
8 Lewisville Lunch
17 Happy Hr, Love & War in TX
19 Tech Session, TBD
24 Southlake Lunch
26 Time Trial 2, MW
27 Autocross 2, MW; Sunday
Drive - Intro to Autocrossing
1 Autocross 2, Penn
8-14 Porsche Parade, Salt Lake City
10 Lewisville Lunch
19 Happy Hour, Joe T. Garcia’s
26 Southlake Lunch
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2012 PCA Zone 5 Presidents
ZONE 5 REP
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By John Hamilton, President
Region is, with our
on December 24,
2012. As our fiftieth year celebrations
get underway (Saturday, April
28th: a car from each year at Texas
Motor Speedway), we are now
getting items shipped to us from
the national Porsche Club. Our
first gift pack included our special
commemorative window decals with
the PCA logo and the “50th Anniversary
- Maverick - est. 12/24/62”
around the outside. These are
FREE to you, so see me or Christy
Payne and get one on your car to
show your pride! The second package
was a 50th Anniversary banner,
similar to the window decals.
The third package just arrived
this week. It included two plaques
commemorating our anniversary
AND a binder with copies of our
original charter! (I guess I’m not
the only one who never throws
anything away.) It was most
interesting to read the charter
and the purposes of the club.
Here’s purpose #1: “To promote
the highest standard of courtesy
and safety on the road.” Very
interesting! Methinks we need to
“reinvigorate” that purpose... not
through a training course, but just
through awareness. I’m sure it happens
to all of us from time to time:
someone else is discourteous on the
road and it upsets our day. How do
we react? Does our human nature
make us “tighten-up” the space between
our car and the one in front
of us so that no one else can “cutin”?
Or do we contain our emotions
and realize that the “discourteous
person” is in the minority and we
should set a better example? Hard
to do sometimes,
but if we’re going
“to promote the
highest standard of
courtesy and safety
on the road,” we
probably need to
go with choice “b.”
One of the leaders
at a previous
employer sent out
a poster to every
branch. It read:
Courtesy is contageous...Catch
Mav of the Month
Like many organizations these
days, we’ve been challenged by
financial constraints that are
more evident than in years past.
So after going through all the
emotional reactions, we started to
figure that we needed more facts!
One of our region’s
took the bull by the
horns and gathered
the financial information
present and past and
put it all together for
us so we could see
where our challenges
were and make educated
how and where to cut
expenses or adjust
programs. Over the
past two months
James Shoffit has dug
into all the financials
for the past five
years and developed
trend data that has
given us the ability to
make the adjustments to keep us
financially viable. This took a lot of
time, persistance and hard work.
So James: we’re ecstatic to award
you as our newest Maverick of the
Month with a gift card to the Silver
Fox restaurant in Grapevine. Thank
you, James. You always have, and
you continue to make a huge
impact on our Maverick region!
John enjoys DEs, Happy Hours, the
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 which is how it got into his
POSITION Milton, James CHAIRPERSON
AX Lewisville Chair Milton, Al Silva James
TT Chair Travis Howard
AX/TT Registrar Robyn Howard
AX/TT Rules Charlie Davis
AX/TT Safety Chuck McCoy
AX/TT Schools Robyn Howard
AX/TT Tech Insp Jeff Herrmann
AX/TT Timing Darron Shaffer
AX/TT Workers Mike Lockas
Charity Chair Chris Hamilton
Club Race Co-Chair Joel Nannis
Club Race Co-Chair Pat Heptig
Club Race Ads/PR Lori Mauthe
Club Race Registrar Wendy Shoffit
Concours Jack Griffin
DE Chair Mike Brodigan
DE Chf Drvng Instr. John Sandusky
DE Equip. Mgr. Luke Edson
DE Registrar Joel Nannis
DE Safety Bob Benson
Email List Modr. Bob Benson
Goodie Store Pat Friend
Happy Hours Mike Farrar
Mentors Monda Hanna
Membership Lisa Steele
Past President James Shoffit
Public Relations Andrea Bell
Advertising Pat Friend
Editor Carey Spreen
Event Ad Design Christy Payne
Mailing & Tech. Andy Mears
Printing Fran Ussery
Sponsorship Keith Olcha
Sunday Drives John Harvey
Swap Meets Robyn Howard
Tech Sessions Ed Mullenix
Trivia Chair Jerry DeFeo
Web Site Denny Payne
Zone 5 Rep. James Shoffit
Tom has been a PCA member for over
30 years. He and his wife Barbara
have owned a 914, fully restored a
‘71 911T Targa, and currently drive a
Speed Yellow 996TT with license plate
“NOOWAY”. Tom looks forward to
participating in many Maverick Region
track events in the years ahead.
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 joined Maverick Region in August,
2008. Jim drives a 1992 968 cabriolet,
which is the second Porsche he
has owned. Jim enjoys attending
Maverick Region social and driving
By Carey Spreen, Managing Editor
Now that I
in as Slipstream
editor, my next
task is to update
particular I would like to draw
your attention to the page on your
left, the listing of Board Officers
and Chairs. If you spot anything
that you know is incorrect, outof-date,
or missing, please email
me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also notice that there
are a couple of empty photo
frames. One of them is because Pat
Heptig, our Club Race Co-Chair,
is so new that I have not had a
chance to get his photo yet.
But another empty photo frame
also has no actual name associated
with it - all it says is “Your
Name.” This is our “subtle”
invitation to you to consider
taking part in the operation or
management of the Region.
You don’t have to be a long-time
or well-known member, and you
don’t necessarily need to have
experience in a particular area.
For instance, our Secretary,
Madhu Rao, first joined the club in
2009, participated in a few events
(Round-Up and Sunday Drives
to name a couple), and the next
thing he knew, he was being asked
to run for Club Secretary, and the
rest is history. If you were to ask
Madhu about his experience so
far, I think he would tell you that
he has been exposed to the inner
workings and little-known details
about how our events are put on,
even before he has entered them.
As shown on page 31 of this issue,
Maverick Region has over 2000
primary and affiliate members, and
any of them are eligible to volunteer
for an office or position. If you
have attended any of our events, be
they social or competitive, we hope
that you enjoyed them. But we also
wonder if you have thought of ways
to make them more interesting
or more fun or more competitive
or perhaps less expensive.
If so, getting your idea heard
is as easy as contacting the appropriate
person listed on page
4. And if you would like to take
the next step and have your
name and photo listed there, we
could make that happen too!
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Thanks to Jerry DeFeo for putting this
and the Web Trivia together.
Congratulations to our January Web Winner,
Chris (no last name provided),
who got 4 out of 5 correct.
Chris will receive a $25 Gift Certificate to
1. On January 23, 2012 the world’s largest Porsche Service Center opened in
a. Los Angeles b. Stuttgart c. Bejing d. Abu Dhabi
Source: PCA E-Brake News, Jan 31, 2012
2. On Sunday, January 29, 2012, the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona finished with
Porsche coming in ________ in the GT Class.
a. 1, 2, & 3 b. 1, 2, & 4 c. 1, 3, & 4 d. 1, 2, & 5
Source: PCA E-Brake News, Jan 31, 2012
3. In the early 70s some Mavericks would make driving the back roads to
Eureka Springs, AR an annual event. On one trip they stayed in the Basin
Park Hotel (now considered haunted). They all agreed it was NOT worth
what they were asked to pay per person per night. How much was asked?
a. $2 b. $5 c. $8 d. $10
Source: Maverick Region Historical Fact from Charlie Davis
4. And how much do you actually think they paid per person???
a. $1 b. $2 c. $5 d. $8
Source: Maverick Region Historical Fact from Charlie Davis
5. Platinum has been used in the tips of spark plugs by Bosch and others
a. It is expensive and deserves to be in an expensive German sports car
b. It can be polished highly so as to retain a smooth surface which reduces
fouling c. “Platinum” just sounds exotic and is a marketing ploy that
attracted Buyers, and has no real advantage d. It has a high melting temp,
so the small tip can be used to increase electrical potential at the Tip
Answers: 1) d 2) a 3) a 4) a 5) d
By Brendan Eagan, Guest Scribe March 7, 2012
Madhu Rao was
unable to make it
to the March board
meeting. He appreciates
the support of
who served as scribe for the evening.
President John Hamilton
kicked off the meeting
promptly at 1900. The large
attendance was noted. This was
probably the largest group I’ve
seen in the two years I’ve been
attending. Several guests were
introduced including M.L. Speer
and repeat visitor Rob Adams.
Mike Brodigan will be stepping
down as Drivers’ Ed chair after the
June 1-day event. He commented
that younger faces were needed in
the club and in these roles. Mike’s
passion and leadership will be
missed. The Region’s new Publicity
Chair, with links to Panorama (Na-
tional), was announced as Linda
Bambina, with a round of applause.
John showed a notebook delivered
from National with original documents
and letters from 1962 that
were used to establish the Maverick
Region – 50 YEARS ago. Highlighted
to the group was one of
the founding tenets: To promote the
highest standard of courtesy and safety
on the road. “We’ll see more about
this in the future,” quipped John.
The Porsche Parade (Salt Lake
City, July 8-14, 2012) has extended
the awards nomination deadline.
Few award nominations have been
received, but our Region looks to
be in a good position to win a few!
Noted by Wendy Shoffit, later in
the meeting, was that participant
Web registration for the National
Parade would be delayed due to
technical issues – server crashes.
Money and finances were next
with John detailing that our club
continues to be cash challenged.
Part of the issue is regarding cash
flow. Funds are required, up front,
to reserve the tracks and other
venues for events later in the year.
The fees from participants aren’t
collected until much later in the
year and this contributes to the
squeeze. The club has eaten away
our cash cushion and all club sections
will have to be more frugal.
One highlighted area was to for the
board to look for ways to increase
revenues. Kudos in absentia for
Keith Olcha who’s secured more
funding from the local dealers.
If you’ve not noticed the club
raffle – take note. Maverick Region
is raffling a trip to Germany. Tick-
ets are $50 and your chances of
winning are stunningly good – at
least compared to the Texas lottery!
Only 300 tickets will be sold. The
primary contact is Christy Payne,
but you’ll see information on the
website also. Any sales beyond 100
tickets (and we’re nearly there)
will help with revenue for the club
and donations to our charity – the
Huffaker-Hughes Hope House.
Concours Chair Jack Griffin
spoke next and committed to an
article in an upcoming spring
Slipstream edition. Two events
were highlighted: Cinco de Mayo
at Mayo’s (Euless) and Autos in
the Park in June (Dallas). Jack
is also planning a PCA Tech Session
on how to detail a Porsche.
Mike Brodigan said the March
DE looks good from a financial
standpoint. The April DE needs
more attendees as the event is
more expensive with MotorSport
Ranch’s 3.1-mile track being rented
(Cresson). Mike has three initiatives
for DEs this year: promotion
to increase participation; improved
quality; cutting costs. Pat Heptig
is working the promotion angle
and is giving the BMW club a
chance to bring their drivers to
PCA DEs. It’s a two-way street and
we’re looking at how to participate
with their DEs. Consideration is
being given for a 2013 event – a
“Germany” DE, using both clubs
and publications to attract drivers.
Jim Buckley and Bill Miller were
next on the docket and had a
presentation with PPT and videos.
The topic was DE changes: promo-
tion of the events and quality. One
promotion idea was to have videos
of the event to help new DE par-
ticipants know what to expect. This
includes a video of the morning
arrival, signing in at the gate, pad-
dock parking, and walking to the
meeting rooms. It would be specific
to each of our locations and help
lessen in the anxiety of first-time
participants. The quality angle is
aimed at upgrading and standard-
izing the instructor’s role - it will
transition to more of a driving
coach. Instructors will be training
on everything from how to first in-
teract with new students and all the
way through in-car instruction. The
demo videos Bill and Jim presented
were top-notch and professionally
edited. Their work and efforts were
well receieved and were seen as a
positive step for moving our DEs
up a notch. Next discussions, after
the March DE, will be funding for
equipment, professional editing,
and post-production. Lastly, Jim
has been in discussions with the
Lone Star Region (Houston) and
how they run DE. Lone Star’s DE
is healthy and profitable. They
are eager to work with us thanks
to Jim’s discussions with them.
Vice President Tom Minnella
reported that he’s sorting his way
through the insurance
forms and requirements
for the various events.
Jim Buckley is also
working the Club Race
for this year. There are
many open positions for
Please contact Jim! The
race will be at MotorSport
Ranch on Oct 27-28, 2012.
Tech Session Chair Ed
Mullenix gave a thumbs-up
for the RAC Performance
Tech Session in February.
Ed is brainstorming
for another Tech Session
and May 19 looks good.
The “Tops Treatment”
for Boxsters & Cabriolets,
preparing them for the
merciless summer sun, was
a success two years back
and is a candidate for a
Al Silva had great news of finding
a 2012 sponsor for Autocross and
Time Trial series. This will help Al
as he works to secure a venue closer
to the DFW area. While there are
a lot of positives for using Mineral
Wells, the distance does keep participants
away. Al is very passionate
about increasing participation and
an in-city location will be huge.
Brendan Eagan reviewed the
upcoming March 18 Sunday
Drive from the Meacham / Lake
Worth area out to NW of Fort
Worth, arriving at the Vintage
Flight Museum, and ending up
at Joe T Garcia’s in Cowtown.
Sunday Drive Chair John Harvey
reviewed two future drives. The
Bluebonnet Drive will be a repeat
of last year’s route and will be
on April 29. The May Drive will
work to dovetail into an Autocross
introduction. Noted was that our
Rally Meister has retired. The
club needs a new one. Please
contact John or Carey Spreen!
Happy Hour Chair Mike Farrar,
with an ear-to-ear grin, reported
a great turnout at the Ruggeri’s
Happy Hour. Mac’s in Colleyville
is next and we’re hoping for an
equally enthusiastic turnout.
Mike is aiming for Fort Worth to
have one of the summer Happy
Hours and Joe T Garcia’s is a
strong “maybe” at this point.
Mike is also coordinating a car
show benefiting the charity My
Possibilities to be held at Boardwalk
Porsche in Plano on April 15.
Linda Bambina reports that she’s
gotten commitments for cars to
be in the 50th Anniversary photo
shoot from every year in our Region’s
50 years of existence, except
1980 and 1981. Have one? Please
contact Linda! The photo shoot
is on April 28 at the “50 Years of
Porsche” Car Show. See the calendar
on our website for more details.
Wendy Shoffit let us know that a
new design for the Maverick website
is coming courtesy of Denny Payne.
Social Chair Christy Payne noted
that the break even point for
the Germany trip was 100
tickets, and we are close to that
point now. She also announced
that the club will need a new
Social Chair. Christy has served
admirably in that position for
three years and has created a
very organized program. Please
contact John Hamilton at email@example.com
Lisa Steele let us know that
budget cuts are affecting DE
– coffee and donuts will disappear.
Membership is strong at
2082 with 66 renewals. Of the
26 non-renewals, several have
been contacted and are “re-upping,”
having just overlooked
the renewal notice. Great news
for our membership strength.
The club board is also reaching
out to new members with a
welcoming phone call, answering
questions, and helping
get them involved with our
activities – a great personal touch.
James Shoffit told us the club
has had no CDs in the bank as
“cushion” since 2004. Club money
losses started in 2008 with DE
being a noted loss leader. This is
a large reason for the reemphasis
on quality, promotion and
changes in the DE program.
AX/TT School Coordinator
Robyn Howard added to Al
Silva’s information, noting that
the Autocross and Time Trial
sponsor is Mayo Performance.
Pat Friend was commended
for sending a note that all receivables
were in. Applause!
Treasurer Jim Falgout said checks
were out to the Huffaker-Hughes
Hope House. He read a letter
expressing heartfelt gratitude from
them. He also noted that checks
were out to cover rental of the
tracks for this year’s DE events.
Adjourned at 2040.
By Linda Bambina, MRPCA 50th Anniversary Committee
He has been an
member for a
bit more than 42
of the region’s
50 years. He epitomizes the idea
of a Maverick (individualist; rebel;
nonconformist) more than most,
and he certainly epitomizes the
concept of “active” more than
most. As an engineer/”frustrated
physicist,” risk-taker, major geek,
inventor, photographer, out-of-thebox
thinker, envelope pusher, he
has been infusing these personality
traits, plus his talents, interests and
enthusiasm into our club for over
four decades. And all the while
he encouraged others to try new
ideas of their own for more unique
activities than you would believe,
all in an effort to keep interest
high and needs met as our club
has continued to go, go and grow!
Charlie Davis in Photographer Mode
One of our newest members,
Valerie Fitzau, had only visited with
him a little bit at the All Member
Party but had this incredibly
astute observation: “In Porsche
model years, Charlie is a classic.”
Speaking of Porsche model years,
I hope you are planning on joining
us for Maverick’s HISTORICAL
50 Years of Porsche Car Show and
Photo Shoot at Texas Motor Speedway
on April 28. Focusing on the
“people” part of our motto, I have
contacted/invited former Maverick
club Presidents, Slipstream editors,
Selcer Award winners, Zone
leaders, elected officers, and other
exceptional club contributors of
all kinds over Maverick’s many,
many years to bring their cars
for this almost all-day shoot. The
response has been astonishing.
Our oldies-but-goodies are coming
from all over the Metroplex to
be part of this car-people-reunion.
Richard Diller and his family will
be driving up from Killeen, Jan
Mayo-Michel will be coming in
from Colorado, and Tannia Dobbins
will make it in from Florence,
near Georgetown! Joel Nannis will
make his regular trek from the east
(Rockwall), and Charlie will hike in
from the west (Weatherford). While
Charlie’s infamous Voodoo will
not accompany him, Charlie-the-
Photographer will bring his latest
digital wonder: a new GigaPan Epic
100, something that will make this
panorama of fifty Porsches picture
worthy of “Panorama” publication,
or at least an extraordinary poster
for your garage wall or ceiling!
Christy Payne has created another
amazing ad for this upcoming
once-in-a-lifetime event. Please
read all the details on page 14.
As a follow-up to last month’s sample
listing of Mavericks who have
made contributions at the National
level, here is some more about
our folks who were or are part of
the National Club Racing staff:
30-year PCA member, 25 of which
have been with Maverick Region
• National Club Racing
Staff, Timing & Scoring,
• National Club Racing Advisory
• National Club Racing
Chief of Timing & Scoring,
• Editor of the National
Club Racing News newsletter,
• In addition to what was
noted last month, Bryan
was also a National Club
Racing Steward from 1999
through 2006 before becoming
Chief Steward in 2007.
• National Scrutineer,
• National Scrutineer, mid 90s
And announcing the newest
Maverick to join the
National Club Race team:
Porsche Club of America
Statement of Financial Position
Dec 31, 2011
Porsche Club of America
Statement of Activities
Year Ended Dec 31, 2011
Cash in Banks 26,954.81
Accounts Receivable 3,825.00
Total Current Assets 33,129.81
Office and Track Equipment 44,643.96
less Accumulated Depreciation (37,744.71)
Fixed Assets - Net 6,899.25
TOTAL ASSETS 40,029.06
Accounts Payable 2,420.16
TOTAL NET ASSETS 37,608.90
UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS
PCA Reimbursements 18,507.50
Registrations - Track Events 130,168.73
Revenues from Social Events 7,007.17
Revenues from Sunday Rallies 420.00
Slipstream Advertising Revenue 26,458.33
REVENUES AND GAINS 212,701.03
Track Expenses 162,558.34
Social Expenses 33,042.34
Slipstream Expenses 45,583.11
Rally and Sunday Drive Expenses 1,008.26
Other Expenses 1,286.39
Administrative Expenses 9,971.24
UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS (41,700.65)
NET UNRESTRICTED ASSETS
AT BEGINNING OF YEAR 74,333.71
NET UNRESTRICTED ASSETS
AT END OF YEAR 32,633.06
RESTRICTED NET ASSETS
Charitable Receipts 6,724.00
Charitable Disbursements 1,748.16
NET RESTRICTED NET ASSETS 4,975.84
• Track Set-up
• Exhaust Upgrades
• Performance Alignments
• Suspension Modifications
• Performance Maintenance
Maintenance & Repair
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Concours d’Elegance 2012
By Jack Griffin, Concours Chair
This time of
we think of
getting our cars in
shape for the many
sharing (what we
call showing off!)
the results of countless hours of
polishing, shining, waxing, and
making our cars look as nice as we
possibly can. We will have our own
Concours events as well as other
very nice local, regional, and national
level Concours events posted
on our calendar from time to time.
In addition to our annual Concours
at Mayo Performance (this
year dubbed “Cinco de Mayo at
Mayos” in honor of the date that it
falls on), and “Autos in the Park”
at the Cooper Aerobic Center, we
will post on our calendar many
of the nice shows in the area
that will allow us to show our
cars along with other marques.
Most of the shows use the
“People’s Choice” method of
judging and awarding of trophies.
However, we will also do a few
events using critical judging.
People’s Choice judging is when
the participants merely vote on
their favorite car in a particular
class. This method is a very low-key
type of event and gets everyone
involved in the selection of winners.
The critical judging method is a
little more serious in that we will
have a team of experts who will very
carefully examine each car for its
cleanliness and degree of “perfection”
in various areas of scrutiny.
The Porsche Parade Concours
d’Elegance is a very serious critical
judging event where judges examine
every square inch of a car for
perfection and authenticity. Our
events will only focus on paint,
wheels, engine bay, interior, and
trunk areas. No reaching under the
car in search of a speck of dust!
We all find, regardless of whether
a car wins a first place trophy or
not, that the benefits of getting our
cars in the absolute top possible
condition is reward in itself that is
immeasurable. Your Porsche will
thank you for the extra attention
it is receiving and will reward you
with many compliments about how
nice it looks. Plus, you’ll meet many
other nice Mavs and learn the best
ways to care for your Porsche and
make it look as great as it runs.
From time to time we will be putting
on seminars which will feature
detailing experts who will show the
best ways to make our cars shine
and look great. Ever notice how
much better your car runs when
it is freshly washed and detailed?
Finally, we will also
post on the calendar
the many car gatherings
in the area,
which are not judged
contests but social
occasions to “share”
your beautiful car
with others. Cars &
Coffee, which occurs
the first Saturday of
each month, regularly
attracts over a thousand
cars of various
brands and vintages.
So start preparing
your Porsche to enjoy
a year of great events
that will highlight the
cosmetic aspects of
our favorite Porsche
Ed Mayo’s class-winning 1972 911S at the 2010 Porsche Parade Concours d’Elegance
March Drivers’ Ed at Eagles Canyon Raceway
Photos by Linda Bambina
Editor’s Note: The first Maverick
Region Drivers’ Education event of
2012 took place on March 10 and 11 at
Eagles Canyon Raceway. Due to
publication deadlines, there was not
enough time to include an article, but
we wanted to show you some photos of
that wet weekend. Yes, these events go on
rain or shine, and you can be sure that
you learn a lot about the importance of
being smooth when you’re driving on a
wet track! If you haven’t attended a DE,
you owe it to yourself and to your
Porsche to try it out. Many thanks to
Autobahn Porsche, who sponsored this
Bryan Henderson, Advanced
Instructor and current PCA Club
Racing Chief Steward
Corner worker JD demonstrating
“dressing in layers”
Joel Nannis mans the
Black Flag station
Gridmeister Travis Howard and Head of DE Safety Bob Benson
Cold puddles in the hot pits
Father and Son: Long-time instructor Mark Gohlke
with his son Michael, who is just starting out in DE
Lisa Steele: “Is somebody
Robyn Howard and Chuck McCoy
look cheerful despite the weather
Yellow group driver Andrew Martin:
“Rain? What rain?”
Jim Buckley, Bill Miller, Bryan Bell, Rick Schwausch,
and Wally Ruiz add a new dimension to the term “carpooling”
Advanced Instructor Mike Lapp
providing classroom instruction
A well-deserved lunch break in the Eagles Canyon dining room
“Got My Mojo Workin’ ”
By John Harvey, Bad-to-the-Bone-Tourmeister
knows that it is
good to have a
Mojo. My earliest
the whole Mojo concept has to
be the “Lucky Rabbit’s Foot”
that every kid my age needed in
the late 50’s. I found out later
that it only worked if you had a
’55 Chevy with a lift kit, Cragar
S/S mags and a Hurst shifter.
Since that time I’ve always had
a Mojo of some sort for all the
activities that Beej and I do. How
do you think we’ve lived this
long? For the last several years,
I’ve adopted the “Lucky Bone-
Head Socks” as my official Mojo
and have put them to use quite
effectively. How I acquired this
particular pair is a different story.
Did you know that if you are
wearing these socks that you can
do a wheelie, on your mountain
bike, off of a three foot rock ledge
onto a boulder strewn trail and
only break three ribs? I was lucky
I didn’t puncture a lung and was
able to ride back to the car so that I
could drive myself to the hospital.
Most recently, I unleashed the
power of the Lucky Bone-Head
Socks at the February “Love Your
Porsche” Tech Session. I admit that
it was a little unfair to those of you
that didn’t bring your Mojo in time
for the raffle drawing, but hey, I’ll
bet you will remember next time.
After warning everyone that I
was wearing my lucky socks and
that I would probably win the
raffle, there were still those who
stood there in disbelief as Christy
drew my name out of the hat. It
gives a whole new meaning to
the term “Shock and Awe.”
My reward was a 3M Clear
Bra installation, provided by
Stratashield Custom. Houston
Orona Jr. and his crew worked
their magic in getting that flat
sheet of clear plastic to conform
to the curvatures of my Boxster’s
front end. This is a real art and
nothing short of miraculous.
Hans Hoffman and the bunch
from RAC Performance provided
a nice dry place to meet as well as
some delicious pastries to munch
on while we watched the install.
By the way, that wonderful sound
from the FVD/Brombacher exhaust
on my Boxster was courtesy
of Hans and my checkbook.
Thanks to Scott Boyd and Office
Perks for providing the hot java
that we all enjoyed while mingling
and looking at all of the cool cars in
the shop. As usual, our Maverick
team of Christy Payne, Lisa Steele,
Linda Bambina, and Ed Mullenix
put together another great event
with over 65 attendees. It was a
great day especially for the Harvey
family who will enjoy many miles of
paint-chip-free driving while planning
our future Sunday Drives.
Photo by Linda Bambina
The author shares his secret Mojo
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6113 Lemmon Avenue
Dallas, TX 75209
By Cliff BlackshearOn January
7:50 in the
morning I had
one of those
Something I have not suffered
through for quite some time.
Come on, ya know what I mean.
Did something so stupid it seems
like you are in a dream after you
realize what you have done.
It was less than 24 hours before
I was gonna be boarding a plane
heading for Sebring. I was already
very emotionally wound up about
going. Had loaded Thomas Jones
up with track gear which he had
transferred to a transporter with
his car and now needed to be
sure I had all else in place.
So I stopped to fill the commuter
rat with Diesel and have it ready
to be parked at the airport for a
few days. It had about ¼ tank of
fuel. Filled it up, bleary eyed and
barely out of bed at 7:50 in the
morning. Hung up the filler nozzle
and realized I had just pumped a
little over 8 gallons of 93 octane
gas into my Diesel. I went from
barely mentally awake to 5th stage
afterburner in about 1 microsecond.
Stood there staring at “Satan’s
Fuel Delivery Vessel” for about 20
seconds while it produced a receipt.
Got back in the car and just sat
there. My technician brain was
starting to go to work on the problem.
Immediate tow? To where?
The shop was 60 miles away. Would
not get there til probably 11:00
am if lucky. Tow home 0.9 miles
away? Then what? I needed to be at
work ASAP. There were cars there
and techs there that I needed to
get with, do my job...hummmm.
I realize there is enough Diesel
in fuel filter and lines to drive
home on if I am careful. Hit the
drive, shut it down and get the fuel
out of tank before it gets to pick
up, lines, filter, injection pump,
injectors, combustion chambers.
Found myself pulling out the
cell and calling a Porsche engineer
I know in Atlanta. He is in
charge of all investigations of
engine transmission issues with
Porsches in the USA, plus fuel
samples and oil samples all go to
his attention. He answers and I
start out the conversation with:
“Left field question for 2012!”
Now we have known each other
for near a decade. So he is used to
my abstract phone calls. I explain
the situation including the fact that
an immediate “combat terrain,
meatball surgery resolution” is
my only option. I have no time to
take care of this in a precise and
exacting way. The resolution has
to be “down and dirty” and it has
to work. There is a pause on his
end. Then he says “OK, the Diesel
is lying at the bottom of the tank
as it is so much more dense. Drive
home gingerly to avoid transit
intermix as much as possible. You
have about a three to one ratio
of gasoline to Diesel which won’t
work with that compression ratio.”
His words are calming and I know
what to do as he continues: “Put
a hose down the filler neck and
only penetrate the gas. Figure it
out. How far down to the Diesel.
Then start siphoning it off. Get
the ratio as close to 8 to 1 with
Diesel as you can figure it.”
So home I drive. Carefully shutting
the engine off and coasting several
times. Hit the drive, run in and
grab my son’s car. Go to work. Get
things wrapped up and leave a couple
hours early. I am in no mood to
arrange an alternate ride to the airport.
I want my car drivable. That
is just me. I made the mistake and I
wanted a seriously rapid resolution.
It was a mission to make happen.
My son had classes the next day and
the rest of the week so his ride was
out of the question. My daughters
were both unavailable for a ride to
and from the airport so here we go.
During the work day my engineer
friend calls me back. He
had discussed my situation with
another engineer at Porsche that
I nicknamed “The Mad Scientist”
many years ago. This guy is so out
there in his thought processes
that sometimes it is hard to have
a conversation with him. He is
amazing. Anyway I’m told he
wanted me to be sure and understand
just how gasoline reacts
compared to Diesel under heat
compression ignition process. If I
get the ratio wrong my engine is
gonna be toast. “ROGER THAT!”
Get home and have my friend
Gary at the ready to help and
observe. Gary is also traveling to
Sebring with me and is there to
help. We establish what we believe
is the depth of the fuel on top
of what is mostly Diesel near the
bottom of the tank and start the
siphoning process. Had a pump
to use to start the gas siphoning
from the tank and it immediately
failed to work. So I had to use the
old fashioned method. Mouthful of
fuel a couple times got the draining
process stated. AAAArrrggghhh.
Next back to “Satans Fuel Delievery
Vessel.” This time I used
the Diesel filler nozzle. We immediately
got out on the street
and started weaving lane to lane
at maximum grip levels mixing
the fresh Diesel with the questionable
leftovers in the tank. Then
drove down 377 all the way to
MSR and busted a U-turn. Headed
ack to the barn with no issues
other than the engine felt down
on power and throttle response.
Came back from Sebring and
drove home. Started back to work
routine and noticed the engine was
cranking extra long when restarted
hot. Ran out the fuel load all the
way to low fuel warning light. Refilled
and started commute home.
About five miles into the drive she
came alive. I have a special map on
my fuel microprocessor that was installed
by our guy that writes all our
programs for special cars. It kicked
back in with all its intended glory.
At the end of today several of
the techs in our shop and I were
sitting in my office just discussing
all things automotive and one of
the guys asked how my fuel debacle
was going. We ended up laughing
at my idiotic mistake and then
the fact that being able to confer
with engineers from one of the
foremost automotive engineering
companies on the planet looking
for a resolution was just so odd and
unusual. It was a golden moment.
You called who??? Damn that’s
February Happy Hour at Ruggeri’s
Text and Photos By Mike Farrar
was at Ruggeri’s
Italian Kitchen in
Dallas (not Plano,
as thought by some
very confused GPS
units). We had a great turnout
with 50 people, and almost everyone
stayed for dinner. Unlike
last month, we had no highway
closures due to trucks running into
(unmarked?) bridges so everyone
arrived before dinner ended!
Judging by the comments I received,
dinner was a hit. The stuffed
shrimp received several compliments,
as well as the sole. Tom even
complimented the house Cabernet.
Randy Csanadi describes something big to John
Hamilton and Mark Hanna
Jerry and Myra Sutton, Barbara Kauffman, and Lady and Bob Waddell
browse a photo album while waiting for the food to arrive
I could tell by the sound level that
everyone was enjoying conversation.
The Maverick Club finally
turned out the lights at 10:30. I
will work on reserving parking
spots for the December
which will return
to Ruggeri’s Italian
Dallas, not Plano!
from Fort Worth
have suggested that
we venture further
west than Grapevine,
so the Happy Hour
hosts are evaluating
an event at Joe T.
Garcia’s in the Fort
Worth Stockyards area. Hopefully
with spring approaching, we can
find a spot by the pool to sip on
margaritas while pondering the
menu choices: “Will I go with
#1 or #2?” My memory predates
getting a choice; back then it was
#1 or nothing. Sometimes they
even let you choose your drink,
but if you did not have cash you
had better have brought something
of value. We will give you
more details as soon as possible.
If you would like to recommend a
location please email me at
firstname.lastname@example.org. We are always on
the lookout for new Happy Hour
Advertiser of the Month: Laurie Wirth, Realtor
By Laurie Wirth
From the time I could drive, I
dreamed of some day owning
a Porsche. That dream
became a reality about a year ago
when I became the ecstatic owner
of a silver Porsche Cayenne S. I’d
only had that dream car about 3
months when I was T-boned by a
Hummer H2 traveling at 45 mph.
Although my Cayenne had to
be totaled out, my daughter and
I walked away without a scratch.
That was more than the driver of
the Hummer could say - the H2
didn’t fare too well. I was sold. I
decided that, if for no other reason
than safety (who am I kidding -
safety was only an excuse), I would
own nothing else but a Porsche.
After searching for just the right
replacement, I decided on a black
Cayenne GTS. I love that vehicle!
My rationale? Not only do I
get to work faster, but also my
clients look good in the car!
I’m a residential realtor with
Keller Williams Realty. As a Frisco
homeowner for the past nine years,
and with my office in Plano, I know
the area. North Texas is a great
place to buy and sell real estate! I
work with buyers, sellers and lease
clients who are looking for homes
from the low $100k range to the
millions. Porsche-love isn’t much
different than falling in love with
just the right home. For me there’s
nothing more satisfying than helping
home owners buy just the right
home, or sell their current home.
Does your Porsche need a new
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Member Spotlight: Bill Conn
By Lisa Steele, Membership Chair
this month is on
Bill Conn, who
his first Porsche. He
decided to go BIG, too, because
he bought a black 2010 Cayman.
This beauty only had 8,000 miles
on the odometer but I have a
feeling that Mr. Conn will add
some more track miles very soon.
Bill has been married to his lovely
wife, Lorie, for almost 25 years.
Their son is working on a PhD
in Chemical Engineering at Rice
University in Houston. The Conn
family has been in the DFW area
since 1989 when they moved from
the Ann Arbor area of Michigan.
Lorie was involved in SCCA in
Michigan when this couple met.
Being in the Detroit area in the late
80s, Bill and Lorie had the opportunity
to see Formula 1 and CART
races up close. Besides being a
driving enthusiast, Bill also has two
Weimaraner dogs and loves gadgets,
especially Android phones.
Bill has already completed his
first DE in his new car at Texas
World Speedway. “Years ago I did
a number of driver education
events with my M3. Now I get a
chance to do some in a Porsche.”
Because the weather at TWS was
cold and wet, all cars were required
to have a tow hook installed so they
could be towed out of the mud.
Fortunately, Bill never strayed from
the pavement and was checked out
Bill in front of his car in the paddock
on a chilly Sunday morning at TWS
to drive Blue Solo by his last session
of the weekend. WAY TO GO!!
Please give a big Maverick WEL-
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Carrollton, TX 75006
2008 Cayman S
Dallas, TX 75206
Dallas, TX 75214
2001 911 C4
Dallas, TX 75229
Chavez Law, Veronica
Fort Worth, TX 76104
Ebeling, Cyndee (Mark)
Grapevine, TX 76051
2008 Cayman S
Lewisville, TX 75056
Euless, TX 76039
1981 911 SC
Euless, TX 76039
Coppell, TX 75019
2006 911 Carrera S
Kiely, Pat (Donna)
Dallas, TX 75252
LaBate, Joe (Maria
Dallas, TX 75214
2004 911 4S
Dallas, TX 75214
2011 Carrera S
Dallas, TX 75219
Colleyville, TX 76034
2005 997 S
Dallas, TX 75219
The Colony, TX 75056
Grapevine, TX 76051
2001 Boxster S
Garland, TX 75043
Dallas, TX 75204
Maverick Member Totals
Members ~ 1,254
Affiliate Members ~ 828
Total Membership ~ 2,082
Wylie, TX 75098
2008 Carrera S
Frisco, TX 75034
Zimmer, William (Jennifer)
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For Sale: 1993 911 Carrera 4, 5-speed, 89k
miles. Black w/beige leather interior. Second owner.
Extensive service records (last 7 years serviced
by Fifth Gear, Lewisville, TX). Asking $20,000.
Will consider trading this car plus cash for a 997.
PCA Member, Maverick Region. Contact William
at ph 214-502-3679 (leave msg if no answer) or
For Sale: 1980 911 SC Euro race car. If you
want to run up front with the other Euro SCs, this
is the car for you. Raced as 1981 Euro SC PCA E
class, Club Race car. Built from the ground up in
2008. This is a non-sunroof car so it is light weight.
Engine was rebuilt with new 9.8:1 compression
pistons and cylinders in 2009. Transmission rebuilt in
late 2011, plumbed for oil cooler and brand new GT
LSD. Suspension setup by Buckley racing with Smart
racing and Elephant racing components so it handles
as well as it goes. Car is fully sorted and ready to race.
Includes 2 sets of 16” Fuchs and various spares parts.
Build sheet available upon request. $35,000. Call 214-
356-2005 or email email@example.com for more
For Sale: 1984 Carrera Targa, Red/Black, 113K
miles, recently restored Targa in excellent condition.
Rebuilt transmission, new suspension, and restored
interior. No issues - ready for top-off spring weather.
$17,000. Contact Mark Steele at 214-356-2005 (03)
For Sale: 2007 Boxster, White, only 17,000 miles.
Tan interior, chocolate convertible top, $34,000.
Contact Charlene Ryan Clopp at 214-701-5671 (03)
For Sale: 1973 914 1.7, Orange Clear Coat,
rust- free New Mexico car. 1.7L engine with Weber
carburetor; good base to build a track car or to get
into a 914 “cheap”. Lots of spare parts; needs tune-up,
valves adj, TLC, radio, heater controls repaired, and
some overall fix-up. $2850 OBO. Contact Jerry DeFeo
at 972-897-5800 or firstname.lastname@example.org (03)
For Sale: 2010 Cayman S, Guards Red, 10,000
miles. Sport Chrono w/PSM, 6-speed, Bi-Xenon
headlights w/dyn cornering lights , 3M invisible bra,
wheel caps w/color crests, heated leather seats, auto
climate ctrl, universal audio i/f, bluetooth, int. color
floor mats, $60,900. Pete Pascuzzi, 949-500-4587
For Sale: 2002 Carrera 4S, Seal Grey Metallic,
VIN#WPOAA29912S623410. One owner since June
2002. Full leather grey interior. Advanced Technic
Package, Colored Crest wheel caps, Lumbar support
on right and left seats, Floor mats, Carbon fiber trim
package. Comes with Certificate of Authenticitiy. 33k
on the odo, new tires with less than 2000 miles. 100%
original. Never dented or tracked. Due for its annual
oil change and service which I will do. $38 k or best
reasonable offer. Contact Carl Amond at 817-481-
8371 or email@example.com. (02)
For Sale: 1983 928S, Guards Red, set up for track
use. No engine mods, 5 speed, lsd, MSDS headers,
Eibach springs, Bilstein shocks, 928 International
front swaybar, Devek radiator. Recaro SPG seats,
Brey-Krause seatback brace, 5 point harnesses, kill
switch, roll cage by RaceFab in Rusk Texas, BBS and
Forgeline 8x16 wheels. Owner since 1990; $10,000.
Contact Brian Scudder at 972-548-0380 or brian.
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