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Red White & Blue Picnic Gimmick Rally Porsche Addiction Visit Porsche Museum R.U.F. Adventure Buttonwillow Races Future Road Trips


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Rusnak/Westlake Porsche 3839 Auto Mall Drive Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 (844) 245-3668 RusnakWestlakePorsche.com

Š2019 Porsche Cars North America, Inc.  Porsche recommends seat belt usage and observance of traac laws at all times. European model shown. Some options may not be available in the U.S.


Lompoc Flower Trail Photo by Ted Lighthizer

DEPARTMENTS SBR Board of Directors & Appointees......2 SBR Events Calendar...............................3 President’s Column.................................4 SBR Breakfast Maps...............................4 Editor’s Column......................................5 Down The Road - Future Events..............9 PCA Zone 8 Page..................................31 Membership Page................................32 Classified Ads.......................................35 Directory of Advertisers........................35 The Last Word......................................37

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FUTURE EVENTS Back Roads Canyon Drive to BJ’s........... 15 Progressive Dinner............................... 16 Detail Clinic at Lavaggio’s..................... 17 SBR’s Off Road Excursion...................... 21 Concours d’Elegance............................ 29 Jalama Beach Picnic ............................ 34 Santa Ynez Valley Wine Tour................. 36

FEATURES Breakfast Meetings................................ 6 What If We............................................. 9 Red White & Blue Picnic....................... 10 R.U.F. Reagan Ranch Tour..................... 17 Back Roads to Ojai................................ 18 Hallier’s Addiction................................ 22 Charity of the Year................................ 23 Krueger’s Porsche Museum.................. 23 Gimmick Rally...................................... 24

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On the Road to Ojai Photo by Gary Krueger


Santa Barbara Region Board of Directors

Vice President RANDALL FISHWICK ourboxster@outlook.com 805-232-7589

Treasurer HOWARD RUBENSTEIN hrrca1@gmail.com 818-340-3366

Secretary SUZI SHELLER teamsr@cox.net 805-680-9128

Membership SUE KINSLING Sue_Kin@hotmail.com 805-386-8112

Activities Chair DOREEN PANKOW 805-422-8217

Goodie Store JOHN BARRISON JohnBarrison@gmail.com 805-797-4191 Cell 805-684-3465 Voicemail Past President MIKE HODSON aitchpm@gmail.com 805-279-2252

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President REM LAAN remmert.laan@gmail.com 317-294-4884

PCA SANTA BARBARA REGION’S AWARD-WINNING BI-MONTHLY MAGAZINE

Advertising BOB CLARKE bobshighwaygarage@gmail.com

Editor NICOLAS LIAKAS DerAuspuff@gmail.com

Archives JAMES OLDHAM OldhamJames@msn.com

Advertising Director BOB CLARKE bobshighwaygarage@gmail.com

Concours TARA BRUNDRETT tarabrundrett@gmail.com ROBERT WATT www.robertwattrealestategroup.com

Contributors DENNIS POWER DOREEN PANKOW

Dealer Relations DAVID STONE drs993@verizon.net

GARY KRUEGER LORAINE CRAWFORD NICK WEST RANDALL FISHWICK

Distribution CHET & JOAN YABITSU yabitsu@charter.net

REM LAAN RICHARD LANGE TED LIGHTHIZER

Insurance RANDY KINSLING randkin1@gmail.com

STEVE GELDMAN SUZI SHELLER

Motorsports GLENN CRAWFORD 1gunk@sbcglobal.net

WILLIAM HALLIER

Public Relations DICK LANGE LRLange@pacbell.net

MICHAEL DUNWELL SIR SPEEDY PRINTING 1161 Calle Suerte, Suite E Camarillo, CA 93012 805-484-7999

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R.U.F. (Retired & Unemployed Folks) CRAIG CHAMBERS craigch@msn.com Safety JOE NIEDERST JoesAlfa@pacbell.net Webmaster RANDY FISHWICK OurBoxster@outlook.com

On The Web Website www.pcasb.org Facebook www.facebook.com/PCASBR Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/pcasbr/ Der Auspuff Online www.issuu.com/pcasbr

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Full Page (8.5 x 11 inches) $935.00 Half Page (8.5 x 5.5 inches) $467.00 Quarter Page (3.5 x 4.75 inches) $313.00 Business Card (3.5 x 2 inches) $165.00

Deadline for submission of ad copy is the 10th of the month preceding the month of publication. Graphic assistance available at no charge. Please support our advertisers: We welcome commercial ads in Der Auspuff. They help support our club, and we encourage you to make your first call to those who help us enjoy our great hobby. Let them know you saw their ad in Der Auspuff. We also encourage you to promote your own business by becoming an advertiser yourself. For information, please contact: Bob Clarke. (805) 200-6596 bobshighwaygarage@gmail.com Der Auspuff, which translates as “the exhaust,” is the official publication of the Santa Barbara Region, Porsche Club of America. Chartered regions of PCA are granted permission to reprint any material herein provided full credit is given to the author and Der Auspuff (with the exception of copyrighted material). Any statement appearing in Der Auspuff is that of the author, and does not constitute an opinion of the Porsche Club of America, the Santa Barbara Region, its Board or Appointees, the Der Auspuff Editors, or its Staff. The Editorial Staff reserves the right to edit all material submitted for publication. Deadline for submittal of material to be considered for Der Auspuff is the 10th of the month preceding the month of publication.


S BR Eve nt s Cale nd a r 6, Saturday, 8:00 a.m.

CAMARILLO BREAKFAST Panera Bread, Camarillo Outlets

13, Saturday, 8:30 a.m.

SANTA BARBARA BREAKFAST Moby Dick Restaurant, Stearns Wharf

20, Saturday, 9:00 a.m.

SCENIC BACK ROADS TO BJ’S Moorpark start

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3, Saturday, 8:00 a.m.

CAMARILLO BREAKFAST Panera Bread, Camarillo Outlets

10, Saturday, 8:30 a.m.

SANTA BARBARA BREAKFAST Moby Dick Restaurant, Stearns Wharf PROGRESSIVE DINNER Somis and Ventura

24, Saturday

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7, Saturday, 8:00 a.m.

CAMARILLO BREAKFAST Panera Bread, Camarillo Outlets

14, Saturday, 8:30 a.m.

SANTA BARBARA BREAKFAST Moby Dick Restaurant, Stearns Wharf PRE-CONCOURS DETAIL CLINIC Lavaggio, Agoura Hills OFF-ROAD EXCURSION Porsche Santa Barbara

14, Saturday, 11:00 a.m. 28, Saturday, 9:00 a.m.

OCTOBER

5, Saturday, 8:00 a.m. 12, Saturday, 8:30 a.m. 13, Sunday, 7:00 a.m. 26, Saturday, 9:00 a.m.

NOVEMBER

2, Saturday, 8:00 a.m. 9, Saturday, 8:30 a.m. 16, Saturday, 9:00 a.m.

CAMARILLO BREAKFAST Panera Bread, Camarillo Outlets SANTA BARBARA BREAKFAST Moby Dick Restaurant, Stearns Wharf SBR CONCOURS d’ELEGANCE Sherwood Country Club, Thousand Oaks JALAMA BEACH PICNIC RUN Sears parking lot, La Cumbre Plaza, Santa Barbara CAMARILLO BREAKFAST Panera Bread, Camarillo Outlets SANTA BARBARA BREAKFAST Moby Dick Restaurant, Stearns Wharf SANTA YNEZ VALLEY WINE TOUR Porsche Santa Barbara JULY/AUGUST 2019 AUSPUFF DE R

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The President’s Column

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t is hard to believe the year is already half over. My wife, Sally, and I moved to California six years ago and it’s certainly been the greyest, wettest, and busiest six months we’ve experienced. I am not complaining about the rain, but it certainly was not the great Porsche driving weather we have come to expect!

In addition to our Camarillo and Santa Barbara Breakfasts, we have 10 other events scheduled between now and the end of the year. I encourage you to review the flyers in this issue and to check out “Down the Road” on page 27. We have something for everyone whether it be day drives, a concours, or purely social events like our Holiday Brunch. Register early as our events tend to fill up fast.

recently retired husband, Jim. Barbara did a great job leading our support of PCA’s recent Treffen Santa Barbara, but it certainly was a lot of work! Barbara’s presence will be missed by me and the other members of the Board. Fortunately, Randy Fishwick, our Webmaster, has volunteered and was appointed by the Board to serve as Vice President until the next election. Randy will also continue in his current role as Webmaster. I encourage you to check out www.pcasb.org as well as our Flickr and FaceBook pages for up-to-date news about Santa Barbara Region activities. The “fuel” for our Region is volunteers. I encourage you to consider volunteering to run an event or serving on the Board. For more information about serving on the Board, please contact Mike Hodson (aitchpm@gmail.com). Nominations for a new President and Vice President for 2020 are now open. We need you! Drive Safely!

New this year is an off-road event for Macans and Cayennes that I am leading on Saturday, September 28. If you have one of these great Porsches, I hope you will consider joining us. The off-roading will not be too “serious” and the views will be staggering. If this event is a success, we plan to double the number for next year. I am sorry to report that Barbara Spencer has resigned as Vice President due to a very active travel schedule with her

Santa Barbara Region Breakfast Maps

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From The Editor’s Desk

A difficult consequence of doing this production bi-monthly is trying to keep the content timely and therefor interesting. This issue contains reporting on events that occurred in May but out of necessity published in the July/August publication. When that happens, how is content kept fresh and vibrant?

NICOLAS LIAKAS

One answer is the photography. The gorgeous scenes of our drives, the festive display of gatherings, and the photos of new or recent members to our region. Whether the reader is a 45year member or 45 days, there is always interest in the images of those who participate, their cars and their adventures. We are blessed to have professional and/or expert hobbyists among us that provide us with the images that excel in our publication. The following deserve special recognition. Gary Krueger, Steve Geldman, Randall Fishwick and Dennis Power grace our pages in every issue. At times we solicit the assistance of Rem Laan, Jeff Waxman and Dan Lindsay, as well as others. Thank you for your hard and artistic input. In the next issue, the September/October version, I plan on spelling out the effort that it takes to manage and supervise the numerous events our region sponsors every month. It may not be easy, but it is much fun and very rewarding. Who knows? It may encourage you to step up and take charge.

PLEASE, NO MORE APPLICATIONS, POSITION FILLED! SBR NO LONGER SEARCHING FOR SOCIAL MEDIA DIRECTOR We are pleased to report that SBR member Robert Watt has stepped up and accepted the challenge! Robert is also our co-chair for the Concours d’Elegance. Thanks, Robert, for your great support of our region’s efforts.

“I couldn’t find the sports car of my dreams, so I built it myself.” ~Ferdinand Porsche

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This is the July/August 2019 issue of our region’s magazine, der Auspuff. Once again, we are blessed to receive so many news articles, reports on our special monthly events, and many miscellaneous topics. Our struggle is not in having enough to fill the pages – it is how do we manage to include all relevant items in one issue!

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CAMARILLO BREAKFASTS Photos by Gary Krueger

New members Jeff & Gina Moore

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79 Attendees - 60 Porsches

New members Leon & Lorenz Cartellieri

Returning members Hal & Terri Jandorf Prospective members Jesse & Salfree Sabater

New members Larry & Courtney McBride; 2001 911 Turbo

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Returning member Robert Ross

JUNE 1

71 ATTENDEES - 45 PORSCHES

New members Lee & Cinry Olsen


SANTA BARBARA BREAKFAST Photos by Nicolas Liakas

New member Kelly Ayer

New members Gloria & Bill Hallier

MAY 11

30 Attendees - 21 Porsches

Returning members Bob & Mary Gates

New members Marty Allen and Cat Smith

Quinn Walker with Grandma Sue Kinsling

JUNE 8

37 ATTENDEES - 22 PORSCHES

New members Stan & Kathy Darrow

New members Carol and Philippe Ruiz

New members Harold & Sherryl Schaff

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S B R’s U p c o m i n g Eve n t s a n d Da t e s of I n t e r e s t July 20 August 24 September 14 September 28 October 13 October 26 November 16 December 1 December 8 January 17-20, 2020

Back Roads Drive to BJ’s Restaurant Progressive Dinner Detail Clinic at Lavaggio’s SBR’s Off-Road Excursion PCA/SBR 43rd Concours d’Elegance Jalama Beach Picnic Santa Ynez Valley Wine Tour Motor 4 Toys, Woodland Hills Holiday Brunch, La Cumbre Country Club Martin Luther King Weekend, Rancho Mirage

What if we . . . What if one consequence of a very creative and active drive and touring program by our various Activities Chairs during the past several years is that we have visited, explored and enjoyed many sites and destinations in central and southern California and neighboring states? In fact, many such destinations have been repeated – some more than once.

Destination: Squaw Valley, CA; Headquarters The Village at Squaw Valley

When: Late May early June, 2020

Highlights: Lake Tahoe (North and South); Truckee, CA; Donner Party State Park; Donner Lake; Reno and Carson, NV; among others. Duration: Five nights, six days. Destination: Durango, CO; Headquarters in town.

When: Late May early June 2020

What if the time has come to determine if SBR members are interested in programs that entail more than three or four days and thus extend the geographical range of our explorations?

Highlights: Durango/Silverton R.R.; Telluride; Ouray; Mesa Verde; Cyn de Chelly; Four Corners; Petrified Forest

What if we offered activities that fit this definition and objective? For example, let’s consider some hypothetical offerings.

Drop us an e-mail to nicolasliakas@gmail.com and tell us if something like the above would be of interest to you. Remember, an expression of interest at this time is not a commitment to participate; simply a response to assist us in the planning of such a program if the respondents so indicate. Please respond by July 31, 2019.

When: Late May early June 2020

Highlights: Antelope (Slot) Canyons; Colorado River Horseshoe Bend; Glenn Cyn Dam; South Shore Lake Powell. Duration: Four nights, five days.

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Destination: Page, AZ Headquarters in town.

Duration: Six nights, seven days.

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Story by Doreen Pankow | Photos by Randy Fishwick & Rem Laan On Memorial Day Sunday, 27 adventurous SBR members driving 14 Porsches took a leisurely drive from Santa Barbara to the CA-1 in search of the Lompoc flower trail. We arranged the Porsches by color… alternating red, white and blue cars, looking patriotic as we drove along the freeway. Rain was threatening, but it didn’t deter us from our drive. In fact, we had mostly cloudy skies with just an occasional sprinkle. At the east end of Lompoc, we drove up and down several farm roads to enjoy the color from the fields of flowers including larkspur, stock, alyssum, delphiniums, sweet peas, and marigolds. We stopped by one display of flowers for some photo shots. Our Porsches did get a little muddy on these roads and we dodged quite a few potholes, but it was worth it to see all the flowers in bloom. The flower fields generally bloom from April through September. They rotate every year, and are scattered throughout Lompoc Valley. Some can be spotted west of Old Town Lompoc, along Central Ave. from Floradale Ave. to Union Sugar Ave. Over the past several years, the number of fields dedicated to flower production has substantially decreased and many of the fields have been converted to the growth of vegetables.

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The flower industry in the Lompoc Valley dates to the early 1900’s. Climate is a critical factor in cultivating flower seeds and the Lompoc Valley is said to have the most consistent temperature climate in the world. Approximately 80% of US cut flower production comes from California and over half of that comes from Santa Barbara County. The group departed Lompoc and headed east on Purisima Rd to Drum Canyon Road. Most of our members had no prior experience driving on this less well known road, and although very scenic, the last four miles narrowed to a one-lane road and was quite challenging. We arrived at the Los Alamos County Park and enjoyed our picnic lunches on tables covered with red, white and blue tablecloths. The group greatly enjoyed the company of other SBR members as well as the “bring-your-own” goodies that were graciously shared. It was a great way to spend a Sunday, driving back roads and enjoying the camaraderie of our Porsche friends. Since this was the Memorial Day Weekend, our region expressed its appreciation to the five military veterans in attendance by waiving their fees: Steve Brown, Ted Lighthizer, George Rux, Ray Seider and Frank Thomsen. Thank you for your service!


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The new Macan showcased at Rusnak Westlake Porsche Story and photos by Nicolas Liakas The 2019 version of the very popular Macan SUV was on display on June 15, 2019 at Rusnak Westlake Village showroom. Approximately three dozen patrons of the dealership attended the special invitation event and got an up-close look at all the new features and technical advances. According to the Porsche.com website, the new model from the sports car manufacturer features a new three-liter V6 turbocharged and when equipped with the optional Sport Chrono Package, the new Macan S accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.1 seconds, which is 0.1 seconds quicker than the previous model. The new Macan S enjoys all the product innovations of the latest generation Macan model range. These include the LED lightbar at the rear and the new, fully networked Porsche Communication Management system with a 10.9-inch touchscreen.

Rusnak Porsche Cars & Coffee Gathering Rusnak Westlake Porsche hosts a gathering of Porschephiles on the third Saturday of every odd-numbered month. The latest edition was on May 18, 2019, and dozens of SBR members, among others, took part. Participating is akin to being in toy land as brand-new models in the showroom share the spotlight with the incredible collection of visitors’ cars. The event is free to attend. Put it on your calendar.

Report and Photos by: Nicolas Liakas

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The following information is from the June, 2019 Consumer Reports. The Infotainment System in Porsche’s late model cars was ranked #6 of over 30 tested by Consumer Reports and was extracted from surveys of all car brands including Porsche Owners. Porsche scored 69 points; the high (BMW) scored 86, while the lowest (Lexus) came in at 46 points. Obviously, there is no substitute.

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PERFECT FOR PORSCHES scenic back roads and lunch at bj’s Saturday, July 20, 2019

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Please send this form by July 15 with your check for $30 per person made payable to PCA/SBR to: Doreen Pankow, 2251 Brownstone Creek Ave., Simi Valley, CA 93063 Name(s): _______________________________________________________________________________ Email: _______________________________________

Phone: __________________________________

Number attending: ____________________________

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SBR’s Annual Progressive Dinner Saturday, August 24, 2019

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Name(s): ________________________________________________________ # of people: ______ Email: __________________________ Cell phone: ______________________ Amount: $________ Entree choice(s): _____ Prime Chateau

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R.U.F. Travels to Pompeii, SBR Style Story and Photos by Craig Chambers On Thursday, April 11, the PCAS/SBR R.U.F. group (Retired & Unemployed Folks) took a guided tour of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and its Pompeii exhibit in Simi Valley. Our Library docent tour guide, Bill Statnzos, was informative and entertaining as the group went through the library’s many sections. “It was much more historical than political,” said Craig Chambers, R.U.F.’s event planner, “an amazing and enlightening historical journey back in time that was enjoyed by all.” The Pompeii Exhibition was a reminder of what a large-scale seismic event like the Mt. Vesuvius eruption on August 24, 79 A.D. can do to a city and its population. It’s estimated that Pompeii was ultimately

buried under more than 18- feet of volcanic ash & debris from the eruption which claimed about 2,000 lives. The exhibit’s videos, wall posters and displays went into detail about how the citizens of Pompeii lived, what they ate, how they were entertained, what they were doing when Mt. Vesuvius erupted, and even a section on eroticism which was said to be highly prevalent in Pompeii and the Roman Empire at the time.

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ON THE ROAD TO OJAI Photos by Gary Krueger

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TAKING THE BACK ROADS INTO OJAI AN INCREDIBLE PORSCHE DRIVE ENJOYED BY MANY

Reported by: Steve Geldman | Photos by: Dick Lange & Gary Krueger On an overcast, but beautiful Saturday April 27th, months of waiting for this fun Porsche drive-day had finally arrived. Having a handful of members making this their first SBR drive, the added pressure was on to make this a memorable one. Steve Geldman, event organizer and this author, may have appeared to have gone overboard with his detailed Pre-Drive Instructions and Driving Directions, but this sold-out event of 94 people and 52 Porsches proved the extra effort paid off well. No one missed a single turn during the approximately 50-mile drive! Our morning started by meeting at Premier Coach Auto Collision in Camarillo. Premier is a Porsche Approved collision and paint repair facility and our gracious host to begin our day. Owner Cliff Sullivan, along with his lovely wife Kimberly and their friendly staff opened their arms to members as Porsches filled their parking lot at 9 a.m. Awaiting us was an incredible spread of delicious food, coffee and juices to get our own motors running. During our hour or so there, we were also treated to a tour of their entire facility to see the magic of transforming a damaged car back into showroom quality. But that’s not all. Premier also handed out a raffle ticket to each member and later held a fun raffle presentation before we departed. Many SBR members walked away with very cool gift baskets as well as bottles of fine wine. That was just the start of our terrific day. After Geldman’s quick pre-drive speech of do’s and don’ts, we departed a little after 10 a.m. for our backroads trek to Shangri La – otherwise known as Ojai, referencing the natural environment of this health and spirituality-focused region. The area was also made famous by the 1937 movie, Lost Horizon.

The words Porsche and backroad are synonymous. We had a terrific drive through the agricultural areas of Santa Rosa Valley, Moorpark, Balcom Canyon and into Santa Paula. From there we hitched onto Hwy 150 and drove through beautiful greengrass vistas and traveled past huge ranches as were approached our destination. In the lead car, looking in the rearview mirror, one would see a freight train length of following Porsches. SBR member and photographer, Gary Krueger, strategically stationed himself alongside Hwy 150, just before we arrived into Ojai, to capture our ‘train’ driving by. As we arrived at Boccali’s Pizza & Pasta restaurant, their courteous staff was there to quickly direct us into the parking area and avoid us from blocking Hwy 150. After all, we’re talking 52 Porsches! Awaiting us were many picnic tables to accommodate nearly 100 PCA guests. How much fun it was to see so many club members enjoying the company of others, share their drive experience as well as enjoy delicious salad, garlic bread, pasta, pizza and beverages. As we concluded what ended as one of our best attended SBR drives, some decided to head into the town of Ojai and enjoy shopping and the relaxed culture as it is known. If any PCA member ever falls into the unfortunate situation of an injury to your precious Porsche, or any manufacturer for that matter, we highly recommend considering Premier Coach for repair. When in Ojai, don’t miss the opportunity stopping at Boccali’s for lunch or dinner. If in season, don’t forget to order their Strawberry Shortcake for dessert! Boccali’s is in a unique Ojai location having its own cool vibe. Thanks to everyone who attended and those who assisted me in making it happen!

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A PORSCHE ADDICTION AND CONFESSION Report and Photos by Bill Hallier My Porsche addiction began in 1965. I was driving a 1956 VW bug and uncovered a wrecked 1958 356 A Coupe that I bought for $600. After repairs, I had my first Porsche. While participating in a gimmick rally in Southern California, I met my future wife who was driving a Bug-Eyed Sprite. My car (pictured top, right) was a 1600 c.c. Normal, a real fun car to drive. This picture was taken in Solvang in April 1966, on my last road trip to Laguna Seca, just before my induction into the Army. Six years later, in 1972, while going to school in Santa Barbara, I managed to rescue a metal flake purple 1959 Coupe (ugh! It had lime green carpet) that was then owned by someone in Hollywood with terrible taste. I thought that with school, work, and family I was cured of what I now know as PAS (Porsche Acquisition Syndrome), but in 1990 I fell off the wagon and purchased a 1981 911SC and joined the PCA. Not yet cured, in 2001 we bought a 1996 993 and again in 2007, a new 2008 911 C4 Targa. An addiction is normally a bad thing, but I felt pretty good and so in 2018 we acquired a Macan GTS, and then overdosed with the 2015 911 C4 Targa in the picture. In 53 years, Solvang has not changed much, but as you can tell, the addiction continues. I understand that recovery from addiction requires a 12-step program. If so, I still need to acquire another five Porsches -- if that’s how it works.

ANOTHER RECORD BY PORSCHE

Photo and Text provided by Porsche.com

The Porsche 911 GT2 RS has set a new production car lap record at Road America, completing the 4.048 mile road course with its 14 turns and multiple elevation changes in just 2:15,17 minutes. 24 Hours of Daytona and Le Mans class winner David Donohue took to the wheel of the 911 GT2 RS and only needed two laps to do so, underscoring not just the track capability, but also the approachability of the car. The Porsche 911 GT3 RS also recorded an impressive lap time of 2:18,57 minutes at the same track after only a few laps. Once again, both cars took to the track on road-legal and Porscheapproved Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 R N0 tires. Racelogic was on-site to record and validate the lap time, vehicle telemetry, and video utilizing the VBOX Video HD2 system. April 29, 2019

Attention 914-6 Owners: The Porsche 914-6 Club USA is observing its 40th anniversary in 2019. As part of the services the Club has provided to 914-6 owners since 1979, a Certificate of Vehicle Information has recently been created to add to the provenance of these vintage Porsches. Information on the certificate comes from historic data maintained by the Club. It includes the date the 914-6 was first sold, the first owner’s Home of Record, and where it fits in the sequence of all 914-6s imported into the USA. Data is available only for those 914-6s imported by the Porsche+Audi Division of Volkswagen of America as 1970 and 1971 models. Link to sample certificate: www.everything914.com Porsche 914-6 Club USA web site: www.914driver.com

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SBR’S CHARITY OF THE YEAR: BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF GREATER CONEJO VALLEY Reported by: Lorraine Crawford Creating a Network of Support for Academic and Life Success The mission of BGCGCV is to enhance the lives of young people and their families by providing a positive environment that cultivates academic success, healthy lifestyles, good character, and citizenship. BGCGCV has rapidly expanded over the years to meet community needs and is one of the top 100 Boys & Girls Clubs out of the network of 4,000-plus independently run Clubs in the country. It runs nine clubs co-located at elementary and middle schools in Conejo Valley and Las Virgenes Unified School Districts. It serves 12,000 youth, ages 5-18, within the communities of Newbury Park, Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, Agoura Hills, and Calabasas. BGCGCV supports over 4,000 registered members annually and hosts an average daily attendance of over 1,000 youth every day of the school year, and over 500 youth every day in the summer. During the school year, students explore

their passions and interests through programming in five core areas that are essential for their success: Character & Leadership Development, Education &

Access for All BGCGCV and its supporters believe that access to quality programming with safe, supportive environments is a right that all children have. For that reason, clubs have been strategically located on public school campuses and transportation is provided from schools located nearby club sites serving as many children in the community as possible.

Career Development, Health & Life Skills, Arts, Sports, Fitness & Recreation.

Program affordability is maintained through fundraising. While many of the families that choose to send their children to BGCGCV are able to pay for programming, just as many families are not able to. For this reason, BGCGCV makes scholarships available so that no family that needs its services is turned away.

Summer programming focuses on reversing the “brain drain” that can happen quickly to students in the summer and includes sleep-away camps, traditional day camps, and specialty camps such as travel, STEM, theater, dance, and archery.

The organization is broadly supported by elected officials, community leaders, teachers, school administrators, parents and community members. In addition, close to 400 community members support member youth through volunteering at clubs and at events.

IMPRESSIONS AFTER VISITING THE PORSCHE MUSEUM IN STUTTGART, GERMANY Story and Photos by Gary Krueger If you are a Porschephile or simply an admirer of exemplary architecture, then while in Europe “you gotta go” to the Porsche Museum. There, you can view the history of the Porsche family and its contributions to automotive engineering and design. Follow the personal trials, tribulation and honors of Ferdinand Porsche for the years pre-1948, then explore the era of post 1948 through current models. There is also a big plus for anyone that appreciates art and design, especially when it comes to the structure that houses the museum’s collections. Experience the beauty of it all from the outside, and then follow through with the guided tour (advance reservations required).

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GIMMICK RALLY PRODUCES SUPER SCORES! Story by Jerry and Pam Lasnik Photos by Randall Fishwick and Nicolas Liakas

The Gimmick Rally began as it often does at Rusnak Porsche in Westlake Village, on the morning of June 22, 2019, where we were treated to a delicious breakfast. After an opportunity to enjoy the company of other rallyers, it was time for the official photo-op and the pep talk/instructions/ warnings presentation by Jerry Lasnik, half of the team of Jerry & Pam. This was the sixth Gimmick Rally we have created, so we were fairly confident it would run smoothly. I assured the eager bunch, this time including a fair number of Rally Newbies, that this was not a race. I even wore my brain anatomy shirt for inspiration. Slower is better, so as to not miss the clues around them on the route. These would include anything from street signs, billboards, store and highway signs, even signs pointing to hospitals and libraries. At 9 o’clock, finally, it was the time of reckoning, the moment where we handed them the packet of clues as they exited Rusnak to embark on their rally adventure, encouraged them to have fun, but not to use their phones to look up answers. The end of the route took us to Dos Vientos Community Park. Tablecloths on the tables, then fingers crossed that no one would call me in a panic (We’re lost!”) A few couples came in very early, having decided to do their own route, in order to avoid any marital discord on the real route. I can respect that. After a bit over two hours, the rest of the crowd came trickling in and sharing their critiques about the “very hard” questions and the funny clues. For a Lasnik Gimmick Rally first, I had the group stop at the Chumash Museum in Westlake and actually get out of their cars to do a plant identification experience. The time came to find the winners of the rally. So, as I went through all 110 answers, each team corrected its own paper. There were a few “What about this alternate answer?” Then the occasional “Wait a minute!!” from Nick Liakas. I did get a few groans from the otherwise civil crowd when I insisted that “Where rabbits learn to hop,” is obviously “Conejo School Rd.” Or, was there a “Bloody battle here?” reasonably referring to “Red Lakes Place.” The clues were multifaceted and diverse. From, “Who attends this school?” (Little Scholars Preschool) to some political queries like, “Lied to the FBI” (Flynn Rd.) and “JFK presidency” (Camelot.) They didn’t like “Native Sons serving lettuce” (Golden West Vegetables.) But, they knew about “clothing optional” being Hot Tubs. Hmmmm. What does that say? Not surprisingly, in general, this tough and very intelligent group came through with flying colors. The scores were impressive, as has been a continuing trend with participating club members over the years. The three winning teams were as follows: First Place ($50 Amazon gift card) - Gary Goodman & Amy Smith Second Place ($30 AGC) - Jeff & Gina Moore Third Place ($25 AGC) - Jim & Barbara Spencer. June 22nd was another chance for Porsche Lovers to have a fun day, driving some different roads, challenging their fine brains, enjoying some good food and sharing a few laughs with other spirited folks. And, so, ended our sixth Lasnik Gimmick Rally. Hope we gave folks a fun day. Maybe, we’ll just do it again next year.

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New Members Gary & Rachel Glucroft of Simi Valley

New Members Phil & Sue DeRogatis of Santa Barbara

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A Porsche Happening The 2019 Luftgekühlt Happening (AKA Luft 6) was held on May 11 at the back lot of Universal Studios in Studio City. In the Porsche speak, Luftgekuhlt (air-cooled) showcased every aircooled production line of cars in Porsche’s history, from the Pre-A 356 through the 993 model line, which ended in 1998. A wide array of motorsport models of that period was represented as well, including 550’s, 906’s, 917’s, 935’s, 959’s and 962’s and others.

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Photos by Randall Fishwick

For news and future happenings, go to www.luftgekuhlt.com and sign up for its e-mails regarding location, fees, etc.


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www.Zone8.org

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IN MEMORIUM A funeral service for SBR member WAYNE C. GREKO (born May 6, 1934; Died June 3, 2019) was held on June 8 at the Griffin Family Funeral Chapels in Thousand Oaks. Three dozen members of the region were in attendance. Interment, with full military honors, was at Valley Oaks Memorial Park in Westlake Village. Wayne is survived by his wife Houri, three sons and one daughter, and many grandchildren. Our condolences and sympathies are offered to the family.

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Grand Prix

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Treasurer

LINDA COBARRUBIAS

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Rules Coordinator

TOM BROWN

Secretary

LORI DECRISTO

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California Inland

Rules Technical Advisor

Zone 8 Staff

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Autocross Chair

Social Media Chair

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Chief Driving Instructor

Time Trial/D.E. Chair

Las Vegas

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Club Race Advisor

Web Master

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RUSSELL SHON

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SCOTT MANN SKIP CARTER

SAM AVEDON

DAN CHAMBERS KAREN GARCIA RAINES

For more information, call Dustin Troyan at 818.584.3240 and visit www.lavaggio.net

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The Membership Report SBR Member Anniversaries JUNE 45 Years James & Karen Degnan 35 Years Robert & Laura Brickley 34 Years Lee & Susan Hughes 31 Years James & Ann Sly 30 Years Chuck Miller 27 Years Jeffrey Parker & Micaela Parker Tony & Elena Samojen 24 Years Mike & Kathy Furnish 23 Years Stanley & Carla Smith 21 Years Stephan & Jackie Hoofring 20 Years Will & Judy Hoag 19 Years Craig & Michele Adney Richard & Bobbi Ditri Henry & Paula Hinck Craig & JackieTrask

5 Years Kathy & Bob Carey Kai & Cynthia Wilson 1 Year Henry Chea Raphael Napolitano Andreas Raab Greg Woo John & Kneshia Zimbaro

JULY 47 Years Douglas & Terri Anderson 45 Years Richard Martin & Katheryn Adams 41 Years Robert & Leslie Heintz 35 Years James & Marilyn Dorociak 34 Years Christopher & Mia Di Stefano 32 Years Mary Pare 31 Years James Boyden & Sandra Svoboda

17 Years Angel Martinez & Lucas Martinez

27 Years Bob & Sherry Maxson Tim & Amy Webb

14 Years Amil Garcia Richard & Valerie Milianni

25 Years Stephan Keneally & Leo Shabalin

12 Years Michael & Judi Benson Steve & Caroline Doll Art & Phillip Grimmitt

22 Years Jurgen & Gerry Gramckow Doreen Pankow & Ted Lighthizer

11 Years Mike Klein Lloyd & Westley Martinez Dan & Lori Steuer George & Joel Steward

21 Years Michael & Beverly Brovsky

10 Years Phil & Lillian Skeen Michael & Laura Whittington

19 Years Brian & Angela Carr Michael & Christel Doyle Frank & Jacqueline

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20 Years Fred & Rachael Bowen

18 Years John & Jeanne McNair

11 Years

17 Years Bjorn Holsborg & Bjorn Holsborg Jr. Mark & Susan Marcelletti Kennth & Lynn Merideth Geoff & Susan Walsh

Mark Stankevich & Victoria

16 Years Charlie & Iris Danek

Erick Bech Meyers 10 Years Rene Cortez David & Ruth Green Lee Wan 5 Years

15 Years Dennis & Leslie Power

Leonard & Barbara Bernstein

14 Years Ronald & Virginia Boll Timothy & Bryce Ellinger Stephen & Alicia Ferrari Frank Ladwig Manfred Schmiedl & Pam Fleischer Thomas & Lisa Sechler

David Eichelbaum

12 Years George & Roberta Lehtinen Barbara & James Spencer Barry Statner Ben & Sandy Takeda

Jim Crook Walter Gonzalez Michael & Diane MacDonell Richard & Mary Frances Whiting 1 Year Dennis Jacobs Patrick McCarthy Lee Olsen Jean Ruiz Jack Schrupp David Stoikovich

New Members & Transfers Stan & Kathy Darrow, Goleta 2011 911 Carrera GTS John Goodman, Santa Barbara 1978 911 Turbo Eric Kanowsky, Santa Barbara 1998 911 Carrera 4 Ernest Nelson, Goleta 1973 914 2.0

Marty Allen, Santa Barbara 2017 911 Carrera S Krista Leisure, Westlake Village 2017 Cayenne S E-Hybrid Ali Moghaddas, Westlake Village 2009 Cayman

Thomas Patton, Santa Barbara 2016 Macan S

Leo Pretti, Simi Valley

Blake Rosengren, Thousand Oaks 1993 911 Carrera

Mary Jane & Joe Reiny,

Harold Schaff, Goleta 1975 911 Targa John Shwope, Westlake Village 1949 356 Sam Vail, Ojai 1975 911 Targa

2004 911 Turbo

Santa Barbara 2009 911 Carrera Andrew Wallet, Camarillo 2016 Cayenne Turbo Vince Loung, Lompoc 2004 911 40th Anniversary


Buttonwil ow Raceway Hosts PCA Regions Photos by Steve Geldman

PCA Golden Gate Region had Buttonwillow Raceway but other PCA in CA were represented such as Sacramento Valley, Central Coast and San Diego Regions. Golden Gate Region from Northern California (obviously) sponsored on May 18, 2019 a day of driving action at Buttonwillow Raceway near Bakersfield. PCA regions from the Sacramento Valley to the Central Coast and down to San Diego were represented. The following photos of the driving events were taken by our very own Steve Geldman. Enjoy!

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JAL AMA BE ACH Porsche Picnic Run October 26, 2019

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oin us for a spirited drive over San Marcos Pass into Solvang and down Alisal Road to Nojoqui Falls. Then we’ll take a scenic drive on Santa Rosa Road to Jalama Beach County Park for a picnic. Following lunch, you can walk along the ocean to enjoy the beauty of this natural setting. The vista is breathtaking as there are no structures on the beach, just miles of pristine California coastline. Meeting time is at 9 am in the old Sears parking lot in the La Cumbre Plaza. Cost is only the $5 activity fee per person which we’ll collect at the meeting place. Also be prepared to pay a $10 per vehicle parking fee at the Jalama Beach County Park. Bring your own picnic lunch. No registration form is needed. But to reserve your spot for this great drive please RSVP to Doreen Pankow at dpankow@sbcglobal.net!

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Advertiser Directory Aswell Trophy................................12 Paul Bancroft Roofing.....................14 Walt Branscome, SBAG..................14 California Tire Company..................12

PCA/SBR Classifieds F2002 911 CABRIOLET W/39,000MI. BEING OFFERED FOR $28,900. Paint to sample “Cyber Green”, Black Interior sport seats, full carbon interior with tech package.Tech Art 19” formula wheels in matte black. Bilstein PSS9 Suspension. IMS, RMS, Clutch done. Fresh Windshield, Bosch Battery 2yr old. New front brakes and oil in May 2019. Never raced/tracked or over revved. A concourse winner. More information contact: Gil Siqueido @ 805-276-7679

1989 PORSCHE CARRERA, Red/Black, 146,000 miles. Beautiful condition inside and out. Leather interior. Upgrades include A/C, Recaro leather seats, Momo steering wheel, and Pioneer radio. Originals also in excellent condition. Sunroof, 3.2L, G50 trans. Last year of model. All records from 1989. 2nd owner 23 years. Meticulously maintained. Full photos available. Needs power steering. $55,000. Contact Gene Dalsky at (805) 630-6842 or salgene37@verizon.net

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K&N AIR FILTER FOR 996 SERIES, “bra” & car cover for 356 series, Clymer’s 1965-’82 Shop Manual & (his) Service Repair Handbook for 1965-’76, Elfrink’s Tech manual-356,1959A/1963B, ‘64C driver’s manual,’59A & ‘63B driver’s manual,’Shop Manual’ for the 1963B,key fob,Porsche clock. for pics & prices call Rich Jonsson at (818) 324-3457 or <titleitrich@yahoo.com>

Ghost Shield..................................12 Glenn Crawford..............................30 Jim Hall Racing Club......................14 Lavaggio, The Art of Detailing.........31 Los Angeles Dismantler..................35 Monaco Motors.............................28 North Hollywood Speedometer.......35 Bruce Pence, DDS..........................28

FREE TO GOOD HOME: Soft indoor car cover for a 356 in great condition. Pick up in Ventura or Oxnard. Rick Whiting at rixrods@sbcglobal.net. FOR SALE: 2006 4S 19-inch front wheel with Michelin Pilot Sport 235/35 ZR19. I used these as spares. Wheel is true without curb rash. Asking $125 OBO. Contact Tony Strauss at 805-207-7447 or ars@ strausslawgroup.com (Aug)

The Porsche Boutique....................28 Premier Coach.................................8 RS Enterprises...............................12 Rusnak Westlake Porsche............. IFC Santa Barbara Auto Group..............BC

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Schneider Autohaus.........................5 Sierra Madre Collection..................28 Village Properties, Robert Watt.......14 Wheel Concepts............................30

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The Last Word Heaven in Paradise

SBR members Nick and Andrea West embarked on their “we’ve-just-retiredcruise” —28 days in Hawaii and the South Pacific. When they travel domestically, they always take pictures of their 2015 Cayman wherever they go: to wineries, to the beach, to the mountains, etc. They obviously couldn’t take the car with them on this trip, but Nick’s hat did get to go on vacation. He took this photo on the beach in Moorea in French Polynesia.

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