AZPCA Going Places January 2020

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EDITOR Angela Manente CONTRIBUTORS Rick Althouse Rich Andrade Danielle Badler Mark Baker Cynthia Giacchetti Ryan Hoadley Kim Kemper Jan Mackulak Dennis Rood Steve Sapareto Rob Turner Chas Wirken Richard Wyatt Rook Younger


17.............. Autocross #4 Results 18.............. 60th Anniversary Gala 20.............. Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup - Italian Style 28.............. 2019 Holiday Gala 30.............. While you’re in there... 31.............. Somethings Going On Here


4............... 2020 Calendar of Events 7............... Drive to Bartlett Lake 8............... Monthly Meetings 9............... Porsches and Pancakes 10.............. PCA Zone 8 Awards Banquet 12.............. 26th Annual Tubac Collector Car Show 13.............. Scenic Drive: Usery Pass, Salt River, Saguaro Lake to Fountain Hills 14............... Wickenburg Sunday Drive and Brunch 15.............. 6th Annual Valentine’s Date Night 16.............. Autocross 16.............. Driver Education 27.............. Charity: Bob’s Free Bikes 33.............. Treffen at the Broadmoor


5.............. President’s Corner 6.............. From the Editor 23.............. New Members 23.............. How to Order Name Badges 24.............. Members’ Anniversaries 26.............. Social Media 31.............. Sponsor Index 34.............. Arizona Region Board 34.............. Executive Appointees 35.............. Goodie Store 35.............. Zone 8 Staff and Websites 36.............. Sponsorship Program

ON THE COVER Phoenix Flght 42, Chandler, AZ Photographer: Unknown

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2020 C ALENDAR OF EVENTS 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. JANUARY 2020 8 We Monthly Membership Meeting 11 15 17 18 18 20 25 25

Sa We Fr Sa Sa Mo Sa Sa

Bartlett Lake/Cave Creek Drive Going Places Deadline (February2020) Russo & Steele Car Club Night Porsches and Pancakes PCA Zone 8 Concours & Awards Banquet Board of Directors Meeting Autocross AMP Skidpad 26th Annual Tubac Car Show

FEBRUARY 2020 1 5 8 9 13 15 15 15 22

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Sa We Sa Su Th Sa Sa Sa Sa

MARCH 2020 4 14 15 21

We Sa Su Sa

Monthly Membership Meeting Sedona Driving Tour Going Places Deadline (April 2020) Autocross AMP Skidpad

APRIL 2020 1 4 15 18 25

We Sa We Sa Sa

Scenic Drive to Fountain Hills Monthly Membership Meeting MAY 2020 Concours in the Hills, Fountain Hills 6 We Wickenburg Sunday Drive and Brunch 15 Fr 6th Annual Valentine’s Date Night Porsches and Pancakes JUNE 2020 Board of Directors Meeting 3 We Going Places Deadline (March 2020) 15 Mo Autocross AMP Skidpad 12-14 Fr-Su

Monthly Membership Meeting Drivers Ed Wild Horse Pass Going Places Deadline (May 2020) Autocross AMP Skidpad New Members’ Day

Monthly Membership Meeting Going Places Deadline (June 2020)

Monthly Membership Meeting Going Places Deadline (July 2020) Alpine Tour XX

President’s Corner S t eve

Sap are t o

My Other Cars are Porsches...


t has been a busy two months with Phoenix Flight 42, our 60th Anniversary Gala and our Holiday Party. Now it’s time to regroup for the new year. Rook is planning a series of tours in preparation for a big event the region will host in 2021. I personally will be leading anyone who wants to go to the Tubac Car Show on Saturday, January 25. Although, this is not a Porsche exclusive event, it is one of the biggest car shows in Arizona with over 500 cars, including usually about 30 Porsches. It is held at the Tubac Golf Course, about a half mile from the town of Tubac with many shops and restaurants for the family to visit. I will also be running another off-road tour in April to Four Peaks and will lead my nerdy Hot Air Balloon Tour to New Mexico in October. In addition, watch for a number of other tours to appear on the calendar and we already have our full season of autocrosses and DE’s on the schedule. Keep an eye out for some new events such as a Rally and an “indoor” summer concours d’elegance, as well as our usual Sunday drives and Porsches and Pancakes. While this is not a Porsche event, club members are invited to Russo and Steele club night. Friday, January 17th is designated for German cars. Club members are invited to select a complementary VIP pass or complimentary Bidder credentials by visiting http:// to register using the PROMO CODE: GERMAN20. They will also provide premium “Display Parking” spots to the first 20 cars who wish to display their car for each club night. As I have said the last two months, this region depends on its volunteers. Our new Board of Directors is ready to lead us into the new year; however, we are in need of someone to schedule our monthly membership meetings. Mark Baker has been doing this for a long time and has now retired. Also, we are looking for someone to chair this year’s Phoenix Flight 43. This is a big event that will take a lot of volunteers but we need someone to oversee and coordinate. We usually see the same faces and we are appreciative of their support; however, it is important that we continue to bring fresh faces into the management of our region. Sometimes people think the job would be too hard or they won’t know what they are doing, but I assure you, you will receive great help from us and you will enjoy whatever you volunteer for, creating lasting memories and gaining many new friends. Please consider volunteering, even if it is just to sit at a registration desk for an hour. To a great coming year, Happy New Year! ‘Nuff said. Drive safely...

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From the

EDITOR A n g e l a

M a n e n t e


e have hit the ground running this year with lots of activities already schedule for January and February. Check the calendar and sign up before it’s too late!

I am looking for the photographer who took this month’s cover worthy photo at Phoenix Flight 42. Unfortunately, I am unable to find this information once photos are uploaded to our website! I love the photo and want to give kudos to the person who took it. I also appreciate the members who send me articles and pictures to use for the newsletter. If anyone has any technical projects or topics they are interested in sharing, please send them my way. This month we are going to award two winners for the Writer’s Monthly Award for the January issue of Going Places. The winners are: Ryan Hoadley for “60th Anniversary Gala” and Chas Wirken for “Porsche Mobile 1 Supercup - Italian Style.” They will each receive a $30. credit on Motorsportreg, which is good for one year to use on any AZPCA activity. Hope to see you soon at an upcoming club event. Just don’t forget to register!


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Drive to Bartlett Lake/Cave Creek January 11, 2020 It’s been a while since we’ve taken the great road to Bartlett Lake, with its “Porsche curves” and beautiful views of the Sonoran Desert. The route will take us through some beautiful desert neighborhoods in North Scottsdale to the lake, where in January you are likely to see water skiers in wetsuits with snow-capped peaks in the background! After a break for some photo ops, we will head to Cave Creek for lunch at the iconic Horny Toad Restaurant, where your selection from the menu of comfort food must be followed by their famous strawberry shortcake for dessert!

More details may be found on the event page on the club website: G O I N G P L A C E S 81.2020

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January Membership Meeting Wednesday, January 8, 2020 5:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. Maggiano’s North Scottsdale 16405 N Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85254 This is our third time at Maggiano’s. It was well received last year and was one of our most popular choices. The food was excellent, as was the ambiance. There is a limit on the number of attendees, sign up early so you don’t miss out.

5 p.m. – 6 p.m. Happy hour, 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. Dinner, 7 p.m.– 8 p.m. Club business. Registration ends on January 4th!

Sign up on Motorsport Reg at:

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Porsches and Pancakes

Saturday, January 18, 2020 8:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m. Keeler’s Steakhouse 7212 Ho Hum Dr. Carefree, AZ 85377

Our first Porsches and Pancakes of the new year will be held at a new restaurant in Carefree. Keeler’s Steakhouse is located in the Sundial Shopping Center and is a little hard to find the first time, but once you find it you’ll want to go back often for their wonderful Happy Hour menu and great dinners. Look for the Spanish Village, which is a white building on the west side of the shopping center. The steakhouse is located inside. They can seat and serve 60 people and we will have a lovely self serve brunch. The bar will be open for Bloody Mary’s, Mimosas, etc. Alcoholic drinks extra. Price is $20 per person and includes tax and tip. Registration ends January 15th! Sign up below on Motorsport Reg

Porsches and Pancakes Saturday, February 15, 2020 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. U.S. Egg 3238 N Scottsdale Road, Old Town Scottsdale Scottsdale, AZ 85251 They can seat up to 45 people for breakfast. Choose off the menu and pay the cashier - no pre-pay Registeration ends February 12th - Sign up on Motorsport Reg at:

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26th ANNUAL TUBAC COLLECTOR CAR SHOW Saturday, January 25, 2020 7:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Join us for a drive to Tubac to participate with many members from the Southern Arizona Region in this annual event of the Santa Cruz Valley Car Nuts with over 500 cars of all types on display. There will typically be more than 40 Porsches on display. It is held at the Tubac Country Club, 1 Ave De Otero Road, Tubac, AZ 85646, about 30 miles south of Tucson. This is a whole family event since the town of Tubac is less than 1 mile away, where there are many art galleries, shops and restaurants. To participate you must register in advance ($35) and submit before January 1 (price increases Jan. 1 ($40). This year you can register online at Those who are not registered will not be able to display their cars and will have to park outside the Country Club. We will meet and leave promptly at 7:00 a.m. Saturday morning at the Starbucks, 1620 West Elliot Road, Tempe, AZ (480) 756-8750, one block east of I-10 on the north side of Elliot Road, for the 2 hour drive to Tubac. Note the registration below is for the drive down only with our club, you must register separately at the link just above, if you are participating in the show. Contact Steve Sapareto ( or 602-908-9449 for more information.

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Scenic Drive: Usery Pass, Salt River, Saguaro Lake to Fountain Hills Saturday, February 1, 2020 This drive begins in Scottsdale and makes its way to the hills bordering the East Valley, passing by Usery Mountain Regional Park and onto Bush Hwy, where views of the cliffs flanking the Salt River are exquisite. We’ll pass by Saguaro Lake on the way to Fountain Hills where our drive will end at Arrivederci Cucina Italiana for a great Italian lunch, overlooking the lake and famous fountain.

A scenic drive through Sonoran Desert hills, with lunch at the alwaysexcellent Arrivederci restaurant. A great way to spend a day with your Porsche and friends in the PCA. Go to the event page on the AZPCA website for details — G O I N G P L A C E S 81.2020

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Wickenburg Sunday Drive and Brunch Sunday, February 9, 2020 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.

Our annual drive to Wickenburg for the fabulous buffet lunch at the Rancho de los Caballeros. WHEN: Sunday, February 9, 2020 Meet at 9:00 a.m.; depart at 10:00 a.m. WHERE: Meet at the Coffee Plantation at Shea Blvd & 74th St. Scottsdale WHAT: A leisurely desert drive and buffet luncheon at the Rancho de los Caballeros in Wickenburg, AZ. Buffet lunch will include desserts (to die for!) iced tea or hot tea, lemonade, or coffee. COST: $25.00 per adult; $12.50 per child RSVP: REQUIRED no later the February 6th. Sign up via MotorsportReg using the link below:

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AZPCA Cordially invites you to our 6th Annual

Valentine’s Date Night February 13th 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Arizona Culinary Institute 10585 N 114th Street, Scottsdale, AZ Menu

Amuse’ Vol au Vent tomato jam, bacon, balsamic Appetizer Caesar Salad fresh romaine lettuce tossed with tequila lime dressing Reggiano parmesan, toasted crouton Choice of one Entrée Grilled Filet Mignon sopressata potatoes pave, broccoli with cheddar mornay demi-glace Wild Alaskan Salmon

haricot vert bundle, ratatouille beggar’s purse, bell pepper emulsion ACI fresh baked bread Dessert Individual sampler plates featuring an assortment of duJour’s famous desserts

Coffee and Iced Tea Included Cash Bar - Cash or Credit cards will be accepted for Soft Drinks and Alcoholic beverages

Cost: $38. per person (includes tax and gratuity)

Limited to 50 guests!

Please dress for a special “date night occasion” including wearing something red or with red as a part of your attire. Any special dietary requirements, contact Cynthia Giacchetti at RSVP at:

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Autocross #4 Results

by Rick Althouse and Kim Kemper


AZPCA A-X #4, December 7, 2019

ey Autocrossers,


Here are the results from our Saturday, December 7th autocross. The chart below is all of the raw times with the number of cones listed. There was a 5 second penalty for each cone. The chart on the right is the Top Time Of Day, everyones best run sorted from the fastest to the slowest. Congratulations to Kenny for setting the TTOD! We had another fun course design from Kim for this event, featuring a loop. Thanks to Jim E. for helping Kim and I set up the course on Friday afternoon. Although on the chilly side in the morning, temperatures warmed in the afternoon and the threat of rain stayed away until after we were done. A nice lunch was provided by Pat the Hot Dog Lady’s helper. Thanks to everyone that helped set up and take down, and put away all of the gear and cones at the end of the day! We do need your continued support to keep these events successful.

Kim K Jonathan B Sonny G Bruce H

Eric S Ealing J Mike M Wiggy G

Brian M Eric T Dave M Jim E Mike C Rick A Steve S Brad K

Diane C Michael C


1989 Corvette

2016 Porsche GT3 RS 2017 Porsche Cayman 718 S 1996 Mazda Miata 2019 Mustang GT350

2006 Porsche 911 2015 Factory 5 GTM 2018 Corvette GS 2017 Mazda Miata MX5

2015 Corvette Z06 2014 Porsche Cayman S 2004 Honda S2000 2019 Corvette 1986 BMW 325 es 2008 VW Rabbit 2005 Porsche 911 2000 Mazda Miata

Ryan H

1986 BMW 325 es 2013 Fiat 500 Abarth 2000 Porsche Boxster S 2016 Porsche Cayman

Daryl M Chris C Todd D

2015 VW Golf R 2013 Mini Cooper 2019 BMW M2 Competition

Bill P


BEST RUN 47.423 47.803 48.334 48.936 49.478 49.546 49.638 49.859 49.974 50.472 50.624 52.363 52.938 53.963 54.5 54.689 54.788 55.593 55.627 55.813 58.357 60.233 67.281 DNF

Looking forward to seeing everyone again in January. Here’s wishing everyone Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Regards, Kim and Rick

AZPCA A-X #4, December 7, 2019 DRIVER Brad K

Eric T Sonny G Todd D Wiggy G


2000 Mazda Miata

2014 Porsche Cayman S 1996 Mazda Miata 2019 BMW M2 Competition 2017 Mazda Miata MX5

Steve S Jim E

2005 Porsche 911 2019 Corvette

Chris C Ken M Bruce H

2013 Mini Cooper 1989 Corvette 2019 Mustang GT350

Rick A Daryl M

Brian M Eric S Jonathan B Ryan H Bill P

Michael C Mike M Dave M Diane C Ealing J Kim K Mike C

2008 VW Rabbit 2015 VW Golf R

2015 Corvette Z06 2006 Porsche 911 2017 Porsche Cayman 718 S 2016 Porsche Cayman 2000 Porsche Boxster S 2013 Fiat 500 Abarth 2018 Corvette GS 2004 Honda S2000 1986 BMW 325 es 2015 Factory 5 GTM 2016 Porsche GT3 RS 1986 BMW 325 es

RUN 1 57.697 53.578 52.014 DNF 51.407 54.689 56.15 DNF 49.771+2 50.19 56.32 DNF 50.472 51.856 49.72 DNF 62.297 58.609 55.184 DNF 68.87 53.371 49.561 55.281


RUN 2 55.513 DNF 51.995 DNF 50.317 55.266 56.395 69.992 49.472 50.876 54.5 DNF 53.457 50.77 49.112 DNF 59.899 57.521 53.968 54.654 65.451 51.433 48.457 55.324

RUN 3 RUN 4 55.479 54.826 52.461 52.437 50.55 50.791+1 DNF DNF 50.367+1 50.081+2 55.847 55.62 54.249+1 54.649 67.281 DNF 48.615 48.913 52.692 51.028 54.646 55.396 61.093 DNF 52.304 52.442 50.413 50.099 48.721 48.715 DNF DNF 58.088 57.452 58.024 56.168 53.381 52.513 53.305 52.938 64.157 63.544 50.431 50.57 48.253 48.251 56.697 56.078

RUN 5 56.138 51.315 60.692 DNF 50.117 55.422 52.938 DNS 47.423 49.478 54.798 60.784 53.006 51.834 48.798 58.76 57.768 DNF 50.296 69.386 58.833 DNF 49.059 55.166


RUN 6 RUN 7 RUN 8 RUN 9 CONES 56.558 55.034 54.788 55.386 50.624 50.638 50.921+1 51.4 1 49.794 49.593 48.936 63.830+1 2 DNF DNF DNF DNF 50.465 49.974 50.362 50.066 3 55.290+1 56.138 55.422 DNF 1 53.329 53.167 53.095+1 53.831 2 DNS DNS DNS DNS 47.475+1 47.847+2 47.934+2 60.933+2 9 49.971+1 DNF DNF 49.772 1 55.262 56.363 54.631 55.387 DNF 60.39 60.233 60.708 51.033+1 50.704 51.651 50.117+1 2 49.747 49.785 49.659 49.546 48.881 48.334 48.723 48.345 58.377 58.645 58.357 58.96 57.974 57.65 56.288 55.813 56.532 55.956 55.627 56.078 50.362+1 50.027 49.859 50.248 1 53.534 52.621 53.362 52.363 58.174 57.844 56.826 55.593 49.638 DNF 74.614 49.873 48.145 48.341 47.835 47.803 54.059 54.308 54.329 53.963


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60th Anniversary Gala by Ryan Hoadley photos by Rich Andrade and Jan Mackulak


n the Great Hall of the Phoenix Art Museum, under the watchful gaze of priceless works by Peter Paul Rubens, Jean-Léon Gérôme, Pablo Picasso and countless others, over 200 members of the Arizona region gathered for what was expected to be the grandest AZPCA party of the decade. It did not disappoint! Revelers began arriving at dusk and started their evening with an assortment of tasty Hors d’oeuvres - small mountains of fresh fruit, veggies, meats, crackers, cheese and other snacks strategically placed near one of the bars! Attendees had ample time to enjoy a drink and a snack before wandering the displays of artworks in the vicinity of the Great Hall along with the Legends of Speed exhibit. More than 20 legendary race cars were on display for members to view, including the #6 1973 Porsche 917/30.

The Great Hall at the Phoenix Art Museum.

Once reaching their table, each attendee found a special gift: a commemorative 60th Anniversary Gala wine glass engraved with the AZPCA logo. As delicious as the Hors d’oeuvres were, any party-goers who gorged on them a bit too much were likely also full of regret once the incredibly delicious buffet was opened for dinner. Pork roast, roasted turkey, fresh salads, au gratin potatoes and mini-cheesecakes are only a few of the highlights. The amount of compliments on the food was overwhelming and Atlasta Catering deserves recognition for their outstanding service!

Porsche 917/30.

After a heartfelt presentation from Arizona Region president and fearless leader, Steve Sapareto, the initial guest speakers took the stage: Zone 8 representative David Witteried, who congratulated our region on our exceptional growth and on our 60th year, and Craig Kugler, PCA National Treasurer, who mentioned that while he attends many anniversary parties he had not been to one with a venue and atmosphere quite like this! The featured guest of the evening was Lori Schutz, daughter of former Porsche AG CEO Peter Schutz. She gave a charming, informative and emotional talk about her father and his legacy, sharing details about how he saved the 911. If it wasn’t for her father and his actions you may not be reading these words today. Margie Smith-Haas, the first American woman to race in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and past Arizona Region president, was also in attendance. She was kind enough to share some words with the guests. I was fortunate enough to spend a few minutes chatting with her as she told me stories and showed me pictures from her racing career. It was an honor. The night came to an end too soon - as it always seems to do.

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It wrapped up with Steve Sapareto, Jen Bartling and Betsy Andrade drawing tickets and distributing door prizes to a few lucky attendees, including a copy of the book “The Driving Force” signed by Peter Schutz and a stuffed Porsche pillow donated by Margie. The 60th Anniversary Gala exceeded all expectations and was a party worthy of the title “Best of the Decade.” Here’s to the volunteers that made it happen, and to 60 more years! Peter W. Schutz 1930-2017 “...what matters most of all was the dash between those years. For it matters not, how much we own, the cars...the house...the cash. What matters is how we live and love and how we spend our dash.” Would you be proud of the things said about YOUR dash? Editor’s note: Kudos to Jen Bartling, Social Chair, for planning such an awesome celebration. Check out all the photos on our AZPCA website at:

Margie Smith-Haas and Ryan Hoadley.

Jen Bartling and Steve Sapareto.

Fran and Ken Steele. G O I N G P L A C E S 81.2020

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Porsche Mobile 1 Supercup - Italian Style by Chas Wirken photos by Chas Wirken


s it just me, or do Porsche GT3 Cup cars sound better than current Formula One cars?

We traveled to Monza, Italy for the F1 race in September. After the Formula 2 and Formula 3 support races, a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup race was held just before the F1 race. The Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup is an international one-make racing series supporting the FIA Formula One World Championship. The series was organized by Porsche AG in 1992 and has been an F1 support race since 1993. Drivers compete in identical 485 hp, seventh generation, Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars. The 2019 schedule took the drivers to the F1 tracks in Spain, Monaco, Austria, England, Germany, Hungary, Belgium, Italy and Mexico. The field of 32 cars in the Italian race engaged in some very close racing, as seen in the accompanying photos. Indeed, the race on the tradition-steeped Autodromo Nazionale circuit was chaotic from the outset, with cars immediately trading paint and positions at the first variante (chicane) of the first lap. Fifteen laps and thirty minutes later, Larry ten Voorde of the Netherlands celebrated his first Supercup victory. Following the Supercup race and before the F1 race, there was an airshow by the Italian Air Force’s Frecce Tricolori (“Tricolor Arrows”) aerobatic demonstration team. Their low-level pass down the main straight of the track shook the grandstand where I was standing on the top row. But I have digressed from the discussion of cars; admittedly to justify a photo of the planes in flight.


Close racing.

My first-hand comparison of the sounds of Porsche and F1 race cars goes back a long time. I watched Steve McQueen win in a 908 at Phoenix International Raceway in 1970, and attended my first F1 race at Long Beach in 1977, which was won by Mario Andretti.

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The F1 cars of the past five years, with their turbocharged V6 engines, sound nothing like the eight, ten, and twelve cylinder cars of the past. Both the tone and volume are different; so different that I no longer wear earplugs at F1 races. The current-era cars sound like a flatulent cow when downshifting approaching a corner, and like a Ducati superbike when accelerating out of a corner. As Mario Andretti recently said of electric race cars: “To me, you take the noise away from race cars, you’re losing half the thrill, half the excitement.” While F1 cars are not electric-car quiet, they lack a visceral exhaust sound. Although the F1 race was dramatic – Ferrari won its home grand prix, and reigning World Champion, Lewis Hamilton, lost any chance of winning with a mistake in the chicane right in front of our seats – compared to modern F1 cars, I much prefer the scream of a GT3 Cup car.

1979 Champion driver and car, Jody Scheckler and Ferrari.

Tricolor Arrows.

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Porsche Mobile 1 Supercup - Italian Style (Continued from page 21

Tricolor Arrows.

Winner - Charles Leclaire.

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Leaders of the F1 field.

As close as Hamilton could get.

ARIZONA REGION MEMBERSHIP UPDATE 8 by Richard Wyatt, Membership Chair




Scott Ambs Phoenix. AZ 2000 Boxster

Gail Parris Gilbert, AZ 2020 911 Carrera S

Simon Boocock Mesa, AZ 2013 911 Carrera

Andrew Pope Scottsdale, AZ 2015 911 Carrera GTS

Jean-Pierre Brietta Scottsdale, AZ 1999 911 Carrera 4

David Schaefer Cave Creek, AZ 1987 911 Carrera Targa

Douglas Edwards Cave Creek, AZ 2003 911 GT2

Chase Smith Paradise Valley, AZ 2018 718 Cayman GTS

Nathan Goldberg Phoenix, AZ 1986 928S

Summer Smith Phoenix, AZ 2018 Macan

Larry Heywood Gilbert, AZ 2003 911 Carrera

Toby Willits Phoenix, AZ 2001 Boxster S

Peter and Jeanne Hladek Surprise, AZ 2013 911 Carrera

Recent Transfers In

John Leteria Fountain Hills, AZ 2014 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet Dan Merchant Scottsdale, AZ 1986 911 Carrera

Joseph and Marilyn Clayton Cannon Beach, OR 1991 911 Czrrera 2 2017 Macan S Transfer in from Northern Ohio (NOO) Mark and Pamela Weinberg Carefree, AZ 1997 Boxster,1999 911 Carrera Transfer in from Riesentoter (RTR)

Tim Bears and Kalen Brinkman Mesa, AZ 1985 928S Transfer in from Hawaii (HI)

M EM BERSHI P by the numbers

Jason Cannon Paradise Valley, AZ 2008 Cayman Transfer in from Schones Land (SL)

1175 Members 674

Total: 1849

Ken and Inez Carlson (Apache Junction, AZ 1989 944S2 Transfer in from Los Angeles (LA)

Sam Merrill Chandler, AZ 2017 Macan


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Go to: AZ.PCA.ORG/Store Betsy can also be reached by text or voicemail at: 602-550-1212 G O I N G P L A C E S 81.2020

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HAPPY PC A ANNIVERSARY! C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s t o t h e s e m e m b e r s w h o a r e o b s e r v i n g a P C A m e m b e r s h i p a n n i v e r s a r y i n D e c e m b e r. This data is pulled from Be sure your data, including your email are up to date, as well as t he i n f o r m a t i o n a b o u t y o u r c u r r e n t Po r s c h e , y e a r a n d m o d e l . * * C o r r e c t e d L i s t f o r D e c e m b e r 2 019 * *

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HAPPY PC A ANNIVERSARY! C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s t o t h e s e m e m b e r s w h o a r e o b s e r v i n g a P C A m e m b e r s h i p a n n i v e r s a r y i n J a n u a r y. This data is pulled from Be sure your data, including your email are up to date, as well as t he i n f o r m a t i o n a b o u t y o u r c u r r e n t Po r s c h e , y e a r a n d m o d e l .

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So c i a l M e d i a fo r A Z P C A 6 W ay s t o E ngage! By Jan Mackulak, Social Media Chair,







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2019 Holiday Gala

photos by Mark Baker and Jan Mackulak


he Holiday Party was a great night at the Ancala Golf and Country Club in Scottsdale. About 60 members and guests came to celebrate the season.

Upon arrival, Mark Baker, Event Chair, took pictures of each couple in front of the beautifully decorated Christmas tree. Mark and Jeanne Snyder made all the preparations including the special Porsche cookies for all the tables. Thank you both for a wonderful evening! We also had a dance instructor giving the group lessons and a DJ to provide the music for the evening. The 2020 Board of Director Officers were introduced and our charity was Camp Sunrise (they were the recipients of the $25 Target gift cards donated by our party attendees). Check out all the pictures on our club website at:

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L to R - Rook Younger, Andrew Grossman, Jack Arnold, Mark Manente, David Fisher, Greg Mannion, Debbie Younger, Mark Baker and Steve Sapareto

Yummy cookies.

Dancing with the Stars!

Rick and Julie G O I N G P L A C E S 81.2020

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by Rob Turner, Maverick Region PCA

While you’re in there...


ack in the early aughts, I owned a 1976 930 Turbo Carrera. I truly loved it. However, over a period of time it began to scare the hell out of me every time I drove it. I noticed a slapping noise coming from the engine bay when I let off the gas, especially when up-or-down shifting. After some research, it appeared to be a failing oil pressure spring in the fuel injection system, which caused the piston that bled off the internal oil pressure to slap or bottom out. A fix was needed. The housing for the spring was on the back of the engine (or front) – depending on your orientation. But from my vantage point, it was on the back. I don’t have huge hands but no matter how I tried to squeeze my hand into the tiny opening, I couldn’t get access to it. I tried to custom bend tools to access the bolts holding the assembly together. No dice. So, with the help of a friend, we figured out how to take the engine and transmission out of the car. We chalked the front wheels and jacked the back up using the biggest jack stands I could find. The car looked pretty funny; its nose low to the ground and the rear tilted up at an extreme angle. Slowly, the engine emerged from the bottom of the 930, a fraction of an inch at a time. We managed to clear the bumper with a half inch to spare. Lowered onto an engine stand made from a furniture dolly, we could finally work on it. Side note: we got so good at removing the engine, the half shafts, clutch cable, fuel and oil lines, and unplugging the engine harness, we could take the motor out (or put it back in) in ninety minutes. It usually cost me a six pack of good (pre micro-brewery) imported beer. Cheap? You bet. Oh yeah – that oil-pressure spring. It was easy, took me only a few minutes to change it. But, then I got to thinking. What else could I do? You know, while you’re in there. I adjusted the valves, replaced the clutch and flywheel, repacked the half-shafts, took out the nasty old sound insulation from the engine bay and replaced with new. It seems like every time I did one thing, dozens of others popped up. It was like playing whack-a-mole. I had told my wife all I was going to do was replace that spring. Five thousand dollars later, I had refreshed or refurbished many of the engine-bay components. Then there was the AC system. The drier unit needed replacing. But after inspecting the AC hoses, I realized they were shot. So, in another episode of – while you’re in there – I replaced the AC hoses. First, I priced them. Back then Porsche still sold the fabric-wrapped replacement sets (they’re no longer available). But I could buy them then if I didn’t mind spending almost three grand. As that was a budget buster, I took the hoses to an aeronautical firm that custom built hoses. Price? Three hundred bucks. And, an exact match. Problem was they were hard to install. Turns out the fabric- wrapped hoses bend easily. The rubber ones I bought, not so much. So, I spent an entire weekend kneeling in the front of the 930, the hood carefully propped open, bending hoses. My knees felt like they were on fire, they hurt so bad. But hey, while you’re in there. The point? How many times have you started an automotive project and realized that if you just do a little bit more, you can take care of a future project, you know - save time, save money. Because, while you’re in there. Recently I spent over five hours refurbishing the wheel barrels on my 981 S. I decided to remove the leftover rubber residue from having the old wheel weights removed at a tire shop. I came back upstairs several hours later, knuckles busted up, bleeding a bit and my wife looked at me and said, “I thought you were only going to wash the wheels. Oh wait – it’s another case of while you’re in there. Right?” Yep, busted again. Guilty as charged.

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.

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Something’s Going On Here

by Danielle Badler


nd you don’t know what it is. Do you, Mr. Jones. As we round the corner on a new year, I can hear the conversation, right in my head. Dylan is playing gently in the background. I’m listening to that bench-racing pantheon in the sky. There’s Enzo Ferrari, Lavazza in hand, almost spilling the coffee on Colin Chapman, who’s sipping an Earl Gray, as Ferdinand Piech, a new member, stands by, pulling on a Lowenbrau. Enzo starts. “Did you see the announcement in November that Ferrari would join with Armani to make clothes? Clothes! “It seems that the long-range plan of the suits that now run my company – my company -- is to make 10 percent of earnings from three new lifestyle ‘pillars,’ apparel, luxury services and entertainment.” He’s citing an article in Autoweek. Chapman’s next. “You may recall, my good man, that, after you passed, Ferrari built two theme parks, in Abu Dhabi and Barcelona, and two museums in Italy. They plan to add Formula One simulators at these venues, along with a new restaurant in Maranello. So what’s new?” Colin goes on. “I’ll tell you what’s new. Look what’s happening to Lotus! Track-testing a 1,973-hp electric car called the Evija. That’s right. Here are the maxims I lived by. ‘Simplify, then add lightness’ and ‘Adding power makes you faster on the straights. Subtracting weight makes you faster everywhere.’ Now, according to Autoweek, the Evija will weigh around 3,700 lbs. That’s like three Lotus Elites, on top of each other. Where did I go wrong?” It’s Piech’s turn. “Look at the Fatherland! Mercedes is delaying introduction of the Mercedes-AMG One, their F1-powered hyper car, from 2019 to 2021. Why? Because, apparently, it’s harder than it looks to tame their ‘propulsion system’ for the street. This is nuts. I read in MotorAuthority the following, ‘ … because the tolerances of the internals are so tight, an F1 engine normally can’t be started until it’s warmed to a temperature of about 175 degrees … it’s no surprise that the One’s engine will only be rated to 50,000 kilometers, after which a rebuild will be necessary.’ Imbeciles! And the worst part is that we did this at Porsche, with the 918!” The conversation continues, with Dylan’s “Forever Young,” now playing on a turntable in the background. On vinyl, of course. Piech, no shrinking violet, goes on. “1,000 hp, 1,500 hp. Big deal. We did it 40, 50 years ago, with the 917-30. I did it! Then we adapted turbo-charging for the street. And we invented Quattro. Now, these things made sense. And money. Where’s that electricity today?”

Enzo leaps out of his chair, his now-empty espresso cup crashing on the floor. He’s apoplectic about theme parks. “What are they? Why do they exist? What have they got to do with the Scuderia? You all do know, don’t you, that I only made road cars to fund our racing program. Now, I don’t even know how to say ‘theme park’ in Italian.” Chapman, always the engineer, calmly calls up his clipped, stiff upper accent. “You know, I made race cars that would be completely spent at the end of the race. I wanted them to fall apart, just after they passed the finish line. I wouldn’t personally dare drive one. And my street cars weren’t much better. But this. The Evija. Some hedge-fund hedonist from The City will wrap one around a tree before he can clear the first corner.” They all nod. Of course they do. “But there’s still hope,” says Piech. “Did you see? Roger Penske has bought the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. And the IndyCar Series.” Enzo’s up on his feet again. “The Captain. That is almost the rank of Il Commendatore, yes?” They all nod, again. Colin speaks. “I thought he was already up here with us.” Dan Gurney walks in, sipping a Coke. No, no, he says, not yet. Piech again. “I heard a rumor from Niki Lauda, a recent arrival, you may recall, that Roger was also nosing around the Mercedes Formula One team. Mein gott.” Colin rolls his eyes. “I raced at Indy, and I won. But nobody asked me to buy the place.” “Colin,” says Gurney, “Penske has won Indy 18 times as a teamowner, along with five IndyCar championships.” “But can he walk on water? Can he soar with the angels?” It’s Ayrton Senna, from out of nowhere. He usually hangs with Niki and a younger crowd. “You can be on top of the world, idolized by millions. Billions. And, one mistake, one flaw, one alignment of errors … and it’s all over. Colin, just ask Jim Clark.” They all nod, yet again. Colin is exceptionally quiet. Then he rises to leave. As he reaches the door, he turns back and speaks, “I hope Roger knows what’s going on, and where he’s going. By the way, Happy New Year to you all.” “Same to you, Colin,” they all intone.

Carroll Shelby saunters in. Lone Star in hand. “Exactly. I just want to know one thing. How do you hot-rod a sumbitch electric motor?” G O I N G P L A C E S 81.2020

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Treffen at the Broadmoor Touring the Rocky Mountains

With its purple mountain majesty of the southern Rockies, and its towering red rock formations of Garden of the Gods Park, Colorado Springs is a breathtaking, enchanting, exciting destination full of cultural, educational, and historical attractions for all. Situated near the base of one of the most famous American Mountains, Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs is the ultimate driving getaway for enthusiasts and explorers alike. Our host hotel for the week is the legendary resort, The Broadmoor, known for its impeccable

service, distinctive amenities, and luxurious accommodations. Here, the spirit of the West inspires the adventurer within, providing endless opportunities to explore the picturesque mountains, streams, and canyons that have inspired generations. Join PCA in the Spring of 2020 as we journey out West. Come with friends, and make some new ones, while exploring this beautiful iconic area whose street names are nods to the mountain ranges surrounding it and the rivers that run through.

Dates: Venue:



April 29 – May 2, 2020 The Broadmoor 1 Lake Ave, Colorado Springs, CO Website: Registration: Opens January 22, 2020 G O I N G P L A C E S 81.2020

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Steve Sapareto


Mark Baker


Jack Arnold


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Jim Roberts

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EXECUTIVE APPOINTEES AUTOCROSS Rick Althouse 480.314.0532 Kim Kemper 480.231.9315 CHIEF CONCOURS JUDGE Vacant CHIEF DRIVING INSTRUCTOR Don Clinkinbeard

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