AZPCA Going Places April 2019

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Porsche Club of America, Arizona Region 2016 National Region of the Year

April 2019

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EDITOR Angela Manente


Danielle Badler Mark Baker Rob Biddle Richard Graham Frank Grimmelmann Jan Mackulak Mark Manente Steve Sapareto Rob Turner Peter Vermilyea Chas Wirken Richard Wyatt Rook Younger


19.............. Meet a Member 20.............. Thrill of a Lifetime! 23.............. AZPCA Member Repeats as Club Racing Champion 24.............. Rolling Passion 25.............. Porsche Pundit 26.............. Annual New Members’ Day 29.............. Taking a Great Newsletter Cover Worthy Photo!


4............... 2019 Calendar of Events 7............... Monthly Meetings 8............... Porsches and Pancakes - Brunch’a Little 9............... Saturday Drive to Jerome 10.............. Off the Road Tour 11.............. SAR 2019 Cinco de Mayo 12.............. Alpine Tour XIX 13.............. Autocross 13.............. Driver Education 16.............. Flagstaff Overnighter/Lowell Observatory 31.............. 2019 Porsche Club Racing


5............... President’s Corner 14.............. New Members 14.............. Need to Order Name Badges? 15.............. Members’ Anniversaries 17.............. From the Editor 17.............. Social Media 18.............. Goodie Store 32.............. Arizona Region Board 32.............. Executive Appointees 33.............. Zone 8 Staff and Websites 34.............. Sponsor Index 34.............. Sponsorship Program

AZ.PCA.ORG Going Places is the official publication of the Porsche Club of America, Arizona Region and is published electronically monthly.

Cover: March 9, 2019 Driver’s Education at Arizona Motorsports Park Litchfield Park, AZ By Peter Vermilyea

Written contributions and photographs are welcomed and can be emailed to the editor. Opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position of the Porsche Club of America, Arizona Region, its officers or members. Permission is granted to reprint any material herein provided full credit is given to the author and to Going Places. PORSCHE®, the Porsche Crest®, CARRERA®, and TARGA® are trademarks of Porsche AG. The editor shall reserve the right to edit and publish only those articles felt to be in the best interest of the members of the Porsche Club of America. THE DEADLINE FOR ARTICLES AND ADVERTISEMENTS SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION IS THE 15TH OF THE MONTH PRIOR TO THE MONTH OF PUBLICATION. Commercial advertising rates can be found in the back of this publication.

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2 019 C A L E N D A R O F E V E N T S Editor’s Note: The date, times and details of AZPCA events may change at anytime. CLICK HERE AZ.PCA.ORG to check the website for the latest event information. APRIL 2019 3 We Monthly Membership Meeting 3-6 We-Sa 6 Sa 13 Sa 13 Sa 15 Mo 15 Mo 20 Sa

MAY 2019 1 We 3-5 Fr-Su 4 Sa 15 We 20 Mo

JUNE 2019 5 We 15 Th 17 Mo 21-23 Fr-Su

JULY 2019

Treffen Santa Barbara

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8th Annual Night at the Ballpark Monthly Membership Meeting Going Places Deadline (September 2019) Board of Directors Meeting

Drive to Jerome Porsches and Pancakes Autocross AMP Skidpad Going Places Deadline (May 2019) Board of Directors Meeting Off the Road Tour

SEPTEMBER 2019 4 We Monthly Membership Meeting

Monthly Membership Meeting SAR Cinco de Mayo Celebration

OCTOBER 2019 2 We Monthly Membership Meeting

Autocross AMP Skidpad Going Places Deadline (June 2019) Board of Directors Meeting

Monthly Membership Meeting Going Places Deadline (July 2019) Board of Directors Meeting Alpine Tour XIX

*NO MEMBERSHIP MONTHLY MEETING 15 Mo Going Places Deadline (August 2019) 15 Mo Board of Directors Meeting 21-28 PCA Parade - Boca Raton Su-Su 27-28 Flagstaff Overnighter/Lowell Observatory Sa-Su

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Going Places Deadline (October 2019) Board of Directors Meeting Autocross AMP Skidpad

Going Places Deadline (November 2019) Autocross AMP Skidpad Board of Directors Meeting Drivers Education AMP

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Autocross AMP Skidpad Going Places Deadline (December 2019) Autocross AMP Skidpad Board of Directors Meeting AZPCA 60th Anniversary Celebration

DECEMBER 2019 5 We Monthly Membership Meeting 7 14 15 16

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Autocross AMP Skidpad Holiday Party-Ancala Country Club Going Places Deadline (January 2020) Board of Directors Meeting

President’s Corner S t eve

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My Other Cars are Porsches


ime just seems to fly and it is already time to do another article for our newsletter. The bad news is this is a lot of work! The good news is there is a lot to talk about. Our region has an incredibly strong program of driving events, from Autocross to Driver’s Education to Tours. These are run by a great group of people who have worked hard to have safe and fun events. Our national organization, PCA, requires us to have reports done by a participant other than the organizers (you may get asked sometime). I get copies of all of these reports and from what I see, they are all excellently run. My thanks to all who make these events happen. If you have been hesitant to try one, please be assured that they are safe and fun so sign up and enjoy the fun. Speaking of driving events, I am excited that our members have been suggesting new and novel events. We have had a request to have a Porsches and Pilots event to visit some local airports. This is in the works so stay tuned. My first attempt at an Off-road Tour for Cayennes and Macans appears to be well received with over a dozen registered vehicles by this date. I will count the vehicles carefully to insure we don’t lose any out in the boonies. I am preparing a list of tips and tricks to take our cars off-roading. There is a plethora of information in the web about this and I am trying to sift out the most important advice to insure we have a great event.

Our plans for the 60 th anniversary celebration of our Region are coming along very well. Although we were chartered in February 60 years ago, we won’t be celebrating this until November for an important reason. I think you will be excited to hear what we have planned, and it will be a must event so we will try to avoid capping the attendance to accommodate as many of you as we can Stay tuned! We are still seeking a site for this year’s Flight and are getting closer, but we may have to shift the date a bit. One of our major goals is to keep the event on grass, (not dirt like I accidentally did 10 years ago - I know all about reseeding now!). By now our New Members event has happened and, unfortunately I couldn’t be there. I know the team organized a great event and those in attendance learned a lot about our events. Jen Bartling did an outstanding job. Thank you Jen! Drive safely. In the beginning I looked around and, not finding the automobile of my dreams, decided to build it myself. Ferdinand Porsche

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5 Year Anniversary Mcilvain Motors has expanded!

We now oer the same great service and lowest prices in the state for all PORSCHE models and most VW/Audi and BMW.

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April Membership Meeting

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 6:00 p.m.* - 8:00 p.m. Porsche Chandler 1010 S Gilbert Rd. Chandler, AZ 85286

Join your fellow AZPCA members for the April Monthly Meeting at Porsche Chandler. Our friends at the dealership will provide a great evening of food and beautiful Porsches. *If you are interested in doing a test drive of a 911, Panamera, Boxster, Macan or Cayenne sign up before 5:00 p.m. Test drives: 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Parking Location: Rear lot accessed from the South Gate (room for 70 cars) Food: Buffet – starts at 6:30 p.m. in dealership Service bay area Club Business: 7:15 p.m. Concludes: 8:00 p.m.

To Register go to: Use the link under “Details”. RSVP deadline is on March 29, 2019 11:59 P.M. MST.

May Membership Meeting Wednesday, May 1, 2019 5:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.

Lucille’s BBQ at Tempe Marketplace 2030 E Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe, AZ Menu: House Salad Baby Back and Beef Ribs Smoked BBQ Chicken Tri Tip and BBQ Links Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Mac &Cheese, Veggie Medley, BBQ Beans, Creamy Cole Slaw Desert (cake) This menu will be served buffet style. Lucille’s is a favorite place with great BBQ food that we have visited in the past. We will be limited to 45 attendees. So sign up early! Registration is required! Please RSVP by midnight, Sunday, April 28th G O I N G P L A C E S 84.2019

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Porsches and Pancakes Saturday, April 13, 2019 8:30 a.m.

Porsches & Pancakes Saturday, April 13, 2019

Ironwood Grill at Anthem Country Club Brunch’a Little

On the heels of the five past years’ of very successful events, we will again return to the elegant Ironwood Grill at the Anthem Country Club for another signature event, with both indoor and outdoor seating available at your option! Please save the date for this special event, and plan to join us on Saturday, April13th. Since we will likely exceed 55 Porsches and expect in excess of 100 enthusiasts, secure your spot now. Forget the red zones in front of the main entrance, this is a Porsche event, and we’ll have the cars lined up around the circular drive and let them overflow into the parking lot once again. Check-In opens at 8:30 a.m, with food served at 9:00 a.m.! There will be no onsite registration and you must make your reservation and pay on-line in advance. To entice those of you who missed this event last year, we thought you would like to see what you missed, all for an all inclusive $24/person again this year (all-in,Fully inclusive): Healthy, Sweet, Savory Buffet Healthy, Sweet, Savory Buffet Fresh Sliced Fruit Display Crème Brule French Toast Asparagus, Mushroom and Gruyere Strudel EGG STATION Prepared to order with Peppers, Onions, Mushrooms, Spinach, Tomatoes, Ham, Bacon, Sausage, Cheddar, Salsa and Swiss and Feta Cheeses! Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee, Tea, Grapefruit & Orange Juices Maria and I are excited by the prospect of welcoming you to experience the best of Anthem Country Club, please join us and reserve now! Event Organizer: Frank Grimmelmann | 8 |

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Saturday Drive to Jerome April 6, 2019 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Join your fellow AZPCA buddies on a Saturday Drive over twisty Mingus Mountain to scenic Jerome. Lunch will be on your own and will provide a list of restaurants in the area. We'll meet at the First Watch Restaurant (formerly The Good Egg) on North Valley Parkway near I-17 and Carefree Highway). Driver briefing at 9:00 a.m. with a 9:15 a.m. departure. Meeting Start location: First Watch 34948 N. North Valley Pkwy (near I-17 and Carefree Highway) Phoenix, AZ 85086 Date: Saturday April 6, 2019 Time: 9:00am to 1:00pm Location: First Watch 34948 N. North Valley Pkwy (near I-17 and Carefree Highway)/ Jerome Grand Hotel 200 Hill St, Jerome, AZ Maximum # of Attendees: 45 Please register using the website calendar link below. RSVP deadline is midnight March 31st.

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Off the Road Tour (for Cayennes and Macans – and other 4 wheel drive vehicles)

Saturday, April 20, 2019 9:00 a.m.

Join us in your 4 wheel drive Porsche for a short off road tour through Bulldog Canyon and the Usery Mountains. We will meet at the Cracker Barrel Store in Mesa Riverview Shopping Center and drive toward Saguaro Lake at 9:00 a.m.

To participate you will need to obtain a free National Forest Pass either online at: 348179&width=full

or in person from the Mesa Ranger District office located at 5140 E. Ingram St., Mesa, AZ 85205 (off Higley Rd). Telephone: 480-610-3300. You can download an information packet from the website. The drive will be on unmaintained dirt roads and trails for about one hour through beautiful backcountry and should be manageable by everyone. It will end on Bush Highway where we will then travel to Saguaro Lake for lunch at the Saguaro Lake Marina Lakeshore Restaurant. This will be a beginner’s tour to learn how to take your Cayenne or Macan (or any other four wheel drive vehicle) off road safely and to show you what it is capable of. Street tires will be fine but expect to get your car dirty! A short instruction on preparation will be provided to those who register for this event. Meeting Start location: Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Mesa Riverview Shopping Center 1007 N Dobson Rd Mesa, AZ 85201

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Porsche Club of Southern Arizona Presents

2019 Cinco de Mayo

Sunday, April 28th

Zone 8 Autocross at Musselman Honda Circuit Thursday, May 2nd

Golf Outing at Omni Tucson National Golf Resort Friday, May 3rd

Welcome Reception at North Italia in La Encantada You must preregister, attendance is limited Saturday, May 4th

Zone 8 Concours d’Elegance at St. Philip’s Plaza

Judges lunch will be at the Plaza. Cars MUST be off plaza & patio by 2pm. Awards Dinner: Omni Resort NW Tucson Sunday, May 5 th

Rally for Charity Accommodations:

Homewood Suites by Hilton – St. Philip’s Plaza Standard Room $127, Use Code PCA, Hot Breakfast Incl.

Benefiting: Arts Express Fine Arts Youth Academy The Tucson Arthritis Support League (TASL) Project Healing Waters, Fly Fishing for Disabled Veterans For more information visit All registrations online at Volunteers steer the PCA-SAR Cinco event. All members will receive email invitation to volunteer from SignUpGenius with the opportunity to actively participate in our award winning club. G O I N G P L A C E S 84.2019

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ALPINE TOUR XIX June 21-23, 2019

AZPCA will be holding its 19th annual to Alpine Tour. Our drive up will be on U.S. Route 191,the Coronado Trail, which is 93 miles from Clifton to Alpine and it has been called one of the curviest roads in the United States. We start off at 3,000 ft. and climb to nearly 7,000 ft. We transition from desert to Alpine views. This is hands down the most involved drive you’ll find in Arizona. COME JOIN US! Limited to 20 Cars *Make your hotel reservations ASAP at Tal-Wi-Wi Lodge – 928-339-4319 and tell them you are with PCA Arizona Region group* Alternative lodging in Alpine may be available. Itinerary: Friday, June 21- 7:00 AM - Meet for breakfast at IHOP , 10662 E Southern Ave., Mesa (Hwy 60 to Signal Butte, north to Southern). 8:00 AM – Drivers’ Meeting; Departing at 8:15 AM sharp. Will make a pit stop at McDonald’s in Globe. Planning a stop for lunch prior to reaching Morenci. Arrive in Alpine around 4:00 PM Evening Social Hour – 5:00 PM– Bring your own beverages and appetizer to share. Saturday, June 22- Morning drive to be determined and lunch to follow. Dinner on your own or Club Function at the lodge resturant. Sunday, June 23 – Drive home on your own. Questions: Contact Mark Manente at:

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Saturday, April 13, 2019 AMP Skidpad Saturday, May 4, 2019 AMP Skidpad Saturday, September 28, 2019 AMP Skidpad Saturday, October 19, 2019 AMP Skidpad Monday, November 11, 2019 AMP Skidpad Saturday, November 16, 2019 AMP Skidpad Saturday, December 7, 2019 AMP Skidpad REGISTER ONLINE at

DRIVER EDUCATION EVENTS 2019 Saturday, October 26, 2019 at Arizona Motorsports Park To Register:

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W E LCOME Ron Ballard Scottsdale, AZ 2007 911 Targa 4 Kai Chiu Phoenix, AZ 2004 911 40th Anniversary GT Edward Evans Scottsdale, AZ 2013 911 Carrera S Jeff Gardner Paradise Valley, AZ 2016 Cayenne

M EM B ER S ! Robert Nenad Paradise Valley, AZ 2011 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet Mike Roy Scottsdale, AZ 1982 911 SC Matthew Wasko Scottsdale, AZ 1985 944

Recent Transfers In Stephen Davis Casa Grande, AZ 2013 911 Carrera 4S Transfer from Nord Stern (NST)

Kenneth Goodgame Tempe, AZ 2010 911 Turbo Richard Graham and Jackie Klecka Phoenix, AZ 2014 Cayenne GTS Tyson and Jessie Grigg Queen Creek, AZ 2006 911 Carrera 4S Mark Hoffstein Scottsdale, AZ 2001 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet Christian Klein Scottsdale, AZ 2016 Macan S


Chris Koch Scottsdale, AZ 1995 911 Carrera Transfer in Carolinas (CAR) Herb and Nancy Lienenbrugger Sun Lakes, AZ 1998 Boxster 2011 911 Carrera Transfer in from Arizoan Mountain (AZM) Philip Raskin Paradise Valley, AZ 2002 911 Turbo Transfer from Golden Gate (GG)

Michael Marranzino Scottdale, AZ 2004 911 Carrera

Need to Order New Name Bades? Send a personal check for $15 made payable to PCA Arizona Region per badge to: Betsy Andrade 2735 S. Spruce Mesa, AZ 85210 Include exact spelling with your order OR email Betsy the details: Badge orders are placed at the end of each month, and the engraver returns them in about two weeks. They will then be mailed to you. If you need your badge faster, this can be done for $20 per badge, following the same directions as above. Betsy can also be reached by text or voicemail at: 602-550-1212

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Flagstaff Overnighter/Lowell Observatory July 27 - 28, 2019 - Saturday-Sunday It’s mid-summer, and it’s time to flee the hot desert and head to the cool temps of Northern Arizona. So we’ve planned an overnighter to Flagstaff, featuring a visit to the renowned Lowell Observatory. We will take an indirect route to Flag, heading up the Beeline Highway and passing through Payson on our way up the Mogollon Rim. The Rim Country is always scenic and it’s a beautiful drive along Lake Mary Road toward Flagstaff. On our arrival we will check in at the Drury Inn & Suites, adjacent to the campus of Northern Arizona University. After lunch we will head up Mars Hill overlooking the city, for a private group tour at the observatory. Several optional presentations are available after the tour, including viewing through the historic Clark 24,Refractor Telescope. Sunday will be on your own to enjoy the many sites and activities offered in and around Flagstaff, or you may choose to take the scenic route through Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona on your way back to the Valley. The Lowell Observatory tour is limited to 50 people, so don’t hesitate -- reserve your spot early! ROOM RESERVATIONS AT THE DRURY INN & SUITES We have a group rate of $214+ tax for the night of 7/27. Your total will come to $237.44 and includes: Free Hot Breakfast - Start every day with make-your-own Belgian waffles, scrambled eggs, sausage, fresh fruit, oatmeal, biscuits and gravy, KELSO+BROS® coffee and more. Free 5:30 Kickback®* - Join us from 5:30–7 p.m. every evening to enjoy free hot food and cold beverages at our 5:30 Kickback®. We feature a rotating menu of hot food, beer, wine, mixed drinks and soft drinks. Free Soft Drinks and Popcorn - Every evening! Make your own room reservations on line using this link to take advantage of the group rate: Drury Inn & Suites Group Reservations Reservations may also be made by calling 1-800-325-0720. Refer to the Group 2372283. CUTOFF DATE: To get the group rate, reservations must be received on or before Tuesday, June 25, 2019. LOWELL OBSERVATORY TOUR AND EVENING PROGRAMMING We have arranged for a group tour of the observatory at 3:00 PM. On this two-hour tour exploring the campus and learning about the cosmos, you will also learn about the astounding historic research done through the Clark Telescope. You will pay for the tour when you register on (link below). After our tour a number of presentations are offered which run throughout the evening. Click this link for details: Evening Programming: SCHEDULE Meeting time: 7:30 AM for mandatory drivers meeting Meeting location: Denny's in Fountain Hills -17053 E Shea Blvd Fountain Hills, AZ 85268 Arrival in Flagstaff; check into hotel: 11:30 AM Lunch on your own. Lowell Observatory Tour: 3:00 PM Cost per person: $12.00 Evening programs at the observatory at your option. There is no group dinner planned, since some of us will want to stay at the observatory for the evening programs that commence around the time our tour ends. You could plan on a hearty lunch that will hold you over while you attend an evening program or two , and have a later dinner. Or you could go into town when the tour ends (around 5:00 PM), have dinner, then return to the observatory for an evening program or telescope viewing.

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pringtime! It couldn’t be more beautiful here in Arizona with the desert in bloom. My favorite time of the year. Also because Major League Baseball has started. Go DBACKS! Make sure to sign up for the next Porsches and Pancakes this month. It’s going to be at the Ironwood Grill at Anthem Country Club. Check out the newsletter calendar and our website for all the details on upcoming events. Don’t miss out because you delayed signing up! I will be entering the August 2018 Going Places cover in the PCA Newsletter Contest. When you get the PCA e-Brake News email to choose the winning cover, be sure to vote for our cover! The winner of the Writer’s Drawing for the April issue of Going Places is Rob Biddle for “Thrill of a Lifetime!” He will receive a $30. credit on Motorsportreg, which is good for one year to use on any AZPCA activity. Please keep those articles and photos coming my way. When you attend an event, consider writing a short story of your experience. Who knows, you might even win!

So c i a l M e d i a fo r A Z P C A 7 W ay s t o E ngage! By Jan Mackulak, Social Media Chair, FACEBOOK at







FYI - One of our members wanted to share that Scottsdale has 4 new speeding cameras. Here’s where they’re at: Hope to see you at Anthem Country Club for Porsches and Pancakes.


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Visit Your AzPCA Goodie Store Today! Order AzPCA apparel, gift items, and name badges.

Just type in the website in your browser. For more information or for special requests, please contact Betsy Andrade, your Merchandise Manager. Email: Cell: 602-550-1212

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Meet A Member


he AZPCA is made up of a wonderful group of members. As Going Places Editor, I would like to introduce featured members, Richard and Jackie Graham. 1. When did you join PCA? I joined February 2019 .

7. Next upgrade? Car wash - it’s perfect as-is so far. 8. Have you personalized your car? Not yet.

2. What Porsche(s) do you have? 2014 Cayenne GTS

9. Favorite memory with a car? I enjoy- off-roading in Sedona and Jackie likes driving around Sedona in a convertible (we like Sedona).

3. Where are you from? I am from San Jose, California and Jackie is from Tempe, Arizona.

10. Why did you buy your Porsche? Jackie needed an SUV for work and Porsche was hands down her favorite of any car brand.

4. Family? My family is from New Mexico and Jackie’s is from Tempe.

11. High school nickname? None that I can think of.

5. Work background or trade? I am a civil engineer, specializing in airports and Jackie is a Senior Director in marketing for the University of Phoenix.

12. Top 3 dream cars you would own? My top three are: 911 Turbo, Lexus LX570, Toyota FJ Cruiser. Jackie ‘s top three are: Cayenne, Mercedes G wagon, Lexus IS350C.

6. What makes your car special? GTS trim, sport exhaust and tartufo colored interior.

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Thrill of a Lifetime!

Delivery at the Porsche Experience Center by Rob Biddle


t was a nice spring day in April 2018 when I scheduled a visit to my local dealer, Porsche of North Scottsdale for a service appointment for my 2016 Porsche Cayenne. I met with my service advisor to discuss the upcoming service to the vehicle and once done I had time to wander around the dealership to look at the various new vehicles in the showroom. While looking around I was met by Dave Soloto, the General Manager. I had previously discussed with Dave about purchasing a new 2019 GT3RS to replace the 2016 GT3RS that I currently own. The 2016 I purchased was the last 2016 they were allotted and it was too late to order it to my specifications, so I was not able to personalize it. Dave and I talked about the new cars and the 2019 GT3RS in particular, and he mentioned that if I was still interested, he had 10 GT3RS in their allotment and that I could have number four. After a lot of discussions with my wife we decided to go for it. So, on April 25th we placed the deposit. Dave and our salesman A.J. Anand said we had plenty of time to decide what options we would like on the car since the “vehicle fixed date” wasn’t until September 2018. Needless to say, we immediately began the design of the car on PCNA’s website under vehicle build. This was a lot of fun as you can really fool around with the various options that are available. One thing that was not apparent, not all the options that can be added to a 911 are available to the GT3RS. Thankfully, this makes designing the car a little simpler. My main items of choice were a white car with the Weissach package, which consists of carbon fiber roof, hood and rear wing making the car a little unique. Next was the front axle lift, ceramic composite brakes, leather/Alcantara interior with deviated stitching and a few other items. Once we completed the design, we took it to Porsche of Scottsdale and gave it to A. J. for submittal to Porsche. While there I asked if they could tell us what the colors were the other 9 cars. Upon learning there were 3 white cars I immediately changed mine to racing yellow. During our time there it was mentioned that it would be fun to pick up the car at the Porsche Experience Center in Carson, California. There is an additional cost and it depends upon the model of the Porsche. We now began the wait, which seemed to take forever. Our build date was October 29, 2018, completion on November 5th, to the port of Emden, Germany on November 7th, sail from Emden on the Goodwood on November 23rd, arrive in Houston on December 13th, and to the Porsche Experience Center in Carson, California on February 8th, with our delivery scheduled for February 19th at noon. Since we were picking the car up in Carson all the paperwork had to be completed two weeks prior to pick-up. This included payment, licensing, and insurance. | 20 |

All this was completed and on February 18th we began the drive to Carson, towing our trailer. Both my wife, Kerry, and I had some concerns regarding the weather because as we passed through Palm Springs, we encountered some snow showers and rain. We were worried If this kept up it would affect our delivery the next day. Luckily after spending the night in Carson we awoke to a nice sunny day, so at 11 am it was off to Porsche. Upon arriving at the Experience Center, we met our four friends, Bill and Rebecca and Ben and Joanne who are PCA members from San Diego, whom we invited to see us receive our car and with Charles Turner, Porsche Delivery Specialist. Charles explained to us all what would be happening during our delivery. Needless to say, everyone was excited. We were taken upstairs to the five-star restaurant, 917, where we were treated to a fantastic lunch compliments of Porsche. Once we completed lunch, Charles took us on a tour of the facility. Here Porsche maintains both factory race cars and privately-owned race cars that owners contract with them for maintenance. They do the pre-delivery work also on the two cars that are being delivered here each day. This facility has a dyno and other machines necessary to keep all these vehicles in top running order. Everything in the shop area is white (walls, floor, tool boxes, etc.). It is cleaner than anything I have ever seen. The lobby of the facility has about 12 Porsche cars on display, some belonging to Porsche and others are privately owned. During all this time we had not seen our car. Once we were finished, we proceeded outside where the track, skid pad, kick plate, acceleration lane and the off-road course are located. Charles explained all this to us and then introduced us to Mike who would give us demo rides. Needless to say, our friends did not know they would be getting rides. We three guys loaded into a Panamera Turbo and the three gals into a Panamera Hybrid and headed to the acceleration course where Charles and Mike showed us how launch control works, and boy is it impressive. It is hard to believe how fast a 4000 pound car can accelerate. It was then onto the skid pad where they demonstrated both the understeer and oversteer characteristics of the Porsche on the wet polished concrete surface. Last was the kick plate,

where a hydraulically activated plate moves randomly right or left sending the car into a slide on a wet surface. The object is to steer out of the skid into a straight line. This was extremely hard as I couldn’t turn the wheel fast enough to counter act the spin. We then moved on to be passengers in a Cayenne on the hair raising offroad course. After this it was now time for Kerry and I to take our turns in their cars. While our friends watched, Mike took me to a GT3 to do the skid pad and the kick plate exercises. We used a GT3 as it has more options than the RS for these exercises. It was a real trip, the skid pad is the easier of the two as you can feel the skid coming and can anticipate it, while the kick plate is much harder as you do not know which way you are going to slide and trying to move your hands fast enough on the steering wheel to correct is difficult. Once we both had done this a few times it was onto the GT3RS for the track session. Both of us were really looking forward to this as we both had time trialed and club raced a modified 914 and been instructors when we were members of Golden Gate Region of PCA. Since we currently own a 2016 GT3RS but do not track it, we knew a little about how the car performs, but could not wait to see the difference between the two. I went first with Mike driving for three or four laps during which he explained how the car reacts,

and the explained the braking and acceleration points of the track. I started off very conservatively and gradually picked up speed. I was amazed right off with the RS, it is extremely stable and can accelerate like gang busters. The brakes on the RS are unbelievable in what they can do. On the track as you get to the corner you put the brakes on full bore, you don’t press lightly and then harder. They slow you down with no lockup every time with no fade. As to the acceleration, this car is extremely impressive. There is no slippage of the tires or no sliding in the corners, this car is planted. Both of us, after our turns, were very impressed and happy to have chosen the RS for our car. Last but not least was the delivery of our RS. This is done in a private room. Our car was under wraps as we entered and the TV monitor on the wall had a picture of our car welcoming not only our names, but also the names of our friends as well to the Porsche Experience Center. They slowly removed the car cover and both Kerry and I and our friends could not believe how good it looked. It was better than I could have imagined. Charles and Mike spent time explaining all the option we had ordered and everything about the car. They even had hors d’oeuvres and a bowl of M & M’s in yellow and black to match the car! I was presented with a star that I signed and placed on the wall. The star has my delivery number of 154 (my car is the 154th car delivered to PEC – LA), and matches a decal on the windshield with the 154 number.

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Thrill of a Lifetime! (continued)

Kerry and Bob at the unveiling at Porsche Experience Center - LA.

Kerry, Bob and friends at Porsche Experience Center - LA. All in all, we spent 6 hours at the Center having lunch, touring the Center, driving on the track, using the race simulators, demo rides and being presented with our new car. This was an experience we will never forget and one of the very best times I have had with Porsche during my 50 years with PCA. All of this excitement is available using their cars (718s to Turbos) for a charge depending on the vehicle you choose to anyone regardless of whether you are picking up a new vehicle or not. Don’t wait, experience the thrill of Porsche. | 22 |

AZPCA Member Repeats as Club Racing Champion photos by Jimmie Mitchell, Grand Prix Region


ongratulations are in order for Chas Wirken, our own AZPCA member. He won the 2018 West Coast PCA Club Racing Series in the GTD (Cayman GT4 Clubsport) class. The West Coast Series awards were presented at the Zone 8 banquet on January 20 2019 in Palm Springs. Chas attended the banquet to receive his award. It was a close contest because Chas finished 32 points ahead of the second place driver in the GTD class for Cayman GT4 Clubsport cars. The West Coast Series is a PCA club racing points competition comprised of the all the PCA club races that occur on the west coast of the USA, including Auto Club Speedway, Laguna Seca, Buttonwillow, Willow Springs, and Thunderhill. The drivers are primarily from Zones 6, 7, 8 and 9. The GTD class is for the 2016 Cayman GT4 Clubsport, a factory-built spec racecar. He also led the national points ranking in GTD class, although a national champion is not recognized because the East Coast has its own Clubsport series. The 2018 national points results can be found at year=2018 In 2017, he also won (see February 2018 Going Places, pages 16-17.) Nice going!

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Rolling Passion by Danielle Badler


o, how are you with car magazines? I started with Road & Track and Car and Driver in ’63, ’64. They were my entrée to the great big car world outside my quaint suburban enclave. Magic places far across the sea, like Monaco, Spa, the Nurburgring. One could dream, and so I did. Every month.

drive my ’78 911 SC and I tell them less than 1,000 mi/yr., they’ve looked at me cross-eyed. And when I’ve explained that this pattern keeps things fresh, that each time I get in, it’s like a new experience, they’ve tended to gaze skyward and step back quickly.

But I’ve cut back some in recent years. First, because a lot of the car reviews I used to covet in the buff books I now get delivered to me for free, on-line. Also, because the content just gets too repetitive. I mean, how do you differentiate your new car unveil/ review from the competition when the competition was one car up on the same ride-drive intro?

But I make no apologies. And neither does Mr. Eason. What’s the secret to building a good fleet? “Passion,” he says. “You have to buy cars that you love, or you will end up hating them.”

I still get Excellence, of course. But I used to consume the Brit magazines devoted to Porsche as well. Now I confine my Brit Porsche reading to my occasional visits to Barnes & Noble, where I can thumb through by leaning against the magazine stand, as long as my feet hold up. And then put it back on the rack. My rule of thumb, so to speak, is to buy a magazine, but only under one condition. That I’m also buying something else. Like … a book. And the magazine is usually Classic Porsche. But I do indulge every month in one Brit car magazine, Octane. I subscribe. I love the content. The scope. Is it a throw-back? Yeah, well, sort of, I guess. But it’s more than that. I mean, after all, they review watches. Books. Each issue they update the reader on what’s new with each editor’s fleet … cars they actually own. And they have the best for-sale ads on the planet. An original Blower Bentley. F-40. DB-5. Soft window Targa. C-Type. 330 GTS. Alfa GTZ.

And reliability? Eason states “Reliability-wise, top of the tree is everything that is air-cooled followed by everything that is German. You learn that some reputations are undeserved. E-types don’t overheat when they are well-maintained. German cars do rust. Italian cars can drive big mileages, and so on. Our Lamborghini Jalpa, which has the reputation of being rather temperamental, and which has never been restored, just keeps driving and driving….” Eason adds “… it takes a car a couple of years to become reliable enough to continue on the fleet. Being home-built is not a recipe for reliability – the worst two cars I’ve had were Cobra kits. They were popular, too, which made things worse.”


The biggest mileage in a single day? “At the very beginning of our company, I delivered our Lotus Seven to Nice airport. The renters arrived complete with helmets. The next day they called me from Lisbon in Portugal to tell me they had arrived and that the car was

And, occasionally, there’s a real surprise inside. Like the latest issue. The one that features a Lambo Countach “Periscopica” on the cover. In glorious purple. When I ripped open the shrink wrap, out came an insert called “Octane Great Escapes – Your guide to motoring adventure.”

How did he get started? “A friend borrowed Linda’s and my Lotus Seven S2 for his wedding anniversary and had a fantastic time, but still wouldn’t buy a classic afterwards. He said, ‘We don’t have space to park it, time to take care of it and the knowledge, but it was a great experience to have it for a weekend.’ That was the moment.”

And that’s where it got really interesting. They profile a firm called “Great Escape Cars” that rents classics to … people like you and me. For an hour, a day, a week, a month, or whatever. They’re based in the South of France. Of course!

Customer favorites? “We are based on the French Riviera so glamour Is all. E-types, Mercedes 190 SL, Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible, Jaguar XK120, Alfa Romeo Spider Giulietta – all go down well.”

I really like the founder’s approach. In an interview, Graham Eason says, “… an old-car equivalent of Hertz or Avis is a poor response to what customers actually want. So, I offer classic driving experiences rather than classic car hire. Driving an old car is a special experience, but the longer you spend in one, if you don’t drive one regularly, the more its foibles become apparent … so (our experiences) are built around the idea that the first 60 minutes in a classic car are the most thrilling. It’s affordable, too ….”

Gee, am I hearing exhaust notes? Or is it beginning to sound an awful lot like the car ads in the back of the regular Octane magazine? Only better. Because you get to actually drive the car, on real roads, in the real world … until the new wears off and you begin to feel like you’re just driving a car. And when that happens, you get to give it back and walk away. Or rent another interesting steed for an hour, a day … and give that back too.

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Sounds like a winning formula to me. As another ex-pat Brit, Graham Parker, was wont to say, “Passion is no ordinary word.” And neither is Octane. Or Graham Eason.

PORSCHE PUNDIT by Rob Turner, Maverick Region PCA Choose Carefully - Part 1


ne of my favorite things to do on the web is to go into a car company’s web site, head straight to their configurator and build something. Sometimes it will be a stripper, just the basic car to see how cheap I can build it. And more times than not, I go all in adding every option to see how far I can take it to the other extreme. I try different colors, different interiors, different wheels and I spare no expense on the performance options. If you are going to build something, you may as well go big. Right? I love me some Porsches! Owned twelve of them (and counting). But you know what? I’ve never bought a new one. The Turner master plan says I get to do that at some point in my short life on this revolving globe. Thinking back to the Brand Loyalty series I wrote a couple of month back, you know I’ve got to get my boys out of college, propped up and on their own. Could take years. It’s funny, I even remind them from time to time (like weekly), that they’re holding me back. I am joking here, but just barely. Point is, I love the Porsche configurator. I build cars on it all the time, like maybe 2-3 times per month. OK, maybe 3-4 times per month. But that’s all I’m admitting here. I build Carreras (mostly Turbos and GT3s), Boxsters, Caymans (especially Caymans; love them), Cayennes (just in case we end up needing a new one), Macans (because they are awesome), and Panameras (have you read my action-adventure novels? They factor somewhat in the story line), and 918s (cause they are stupid crazy and it’s fun to see if you can configure one to $1,000,000—yes with reversed pinky held to mouth, Dr. Evil style).

car as a Cayenne Turbo S with every option under the sun. $180K! Yeah, that’ll show her! The mouse hovers over the “get a quote from your dealer” button and as usual, I do not press it. But man, I wish I could. I know that day will come, that perfect moment when I will be able to press that button and talk to the dealer, to build my dream Porsche. I can feel it coming in a three-to-four-yearoff kinda way. See I have infinite patience when it comes to waiting for my ultimate car. I’ve got to, I only get one shot. And on that exhaust note, see you all next time. RL Turner is the author of The Driver, a series of action adventure novels, available in both print and ebook on Amazon (more info at Having owned a dozen Porsches and driven hundreds of laps on racetracks throughout the southwest, author Turner knows a few things about going fast in a Porsche and then fixing them when he breaks something.

I will build one, giggle and say to my wife, “Hey I built a new Porsche, wanna see it?” She’ll glance over at me, with a sideways look, glasses lowered to her nose, and ask if I went all in this time or not. No, I will proudly exclaim that I built an inexpensive Cayenne - for her. Does she want to see it? Then she’ll ask if it is like the other dozen I have “built” for her lately and not getting her sarcasm, I’ll say this one is different. (Yeah, it’s red.) Sometimes she looks, sometimes she doesn’t and she reminds me (for like the thousandth time) that we’re not doing anything before the aforementioned boys are out of school, cars paid off, bills paid off, ETC. Oh yeah—heard that one before. So then, what the heck, I’ll reconfigure the

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Annual New Members’ Day at the Culinary Dropout photos by Jan Mackulak


ur annual New Members’ Day event was held on Saturday, March 23. It started about 10:00 a.m., with members arriving at the Culinary Dropout in Tempe (new venue for this event). We had 90 members registered, of which approximately 50% were new members. Upon arrival members checked in with our Membership Chair, Richard Wyatt. We had a wonderful buffet brunch with salad, vegetables and southern fried chicken and biscuits and homemade cookies for desert. Great food and service! Bob Woodwell, AZPCA past president, addressed the group and introduced the Board of Directors and announced each of the day’s presenters, who covered the club’s many activities. Thanks to everyone who attended New Members’ Day. It was a huge success! Kudos to Jen Bartling, our Social Committee Chair, who organized everything and all the presenters. For those who missed this event, whether you are new member or existing member, Jen has posted the link to the slide presentation at:

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More Pics from New Members’ Day photos by Jan Mackulak

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Taking a Great Newsletter Cover Worthy Photo! by Angela Manente

Here are some tips: 1. Shoot your picture using vertical orientation. Why? Vertical images are used for editorial and magazine covers where the format works beautifully with the vertical layout of media. Think of an 8.5 x11 sheet of paper. Vertical photographs are less common than horizontal photographs because they require the photographer to take the extra step of turning the camera sideways. Many photographers do not think to turn the camera sideways to take a vertical image. 2. Send your picture(s) in “Actual Size” attached to an email. The cover is a vertical of 8” x 10” or 4:5 ratio or 800w x 1000h pixels (or a little bigger). If you are pixel-illiterate, send a JPEG between 2MB and 10MB. I can do the resizing. To:

Why? It will allow me to crop and/or edit your photo to fit on our newsletter 8.5 x 11 cover without losing any of the photo’s clarity.

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