The club sponsors many events that – not surprisingly – revolve around driving. Here is a brief summary of what to expect:
Dinner Drives: Members meet at a designated location and then journey as a group to a restaurant to socialize. These are typically held during the week.
Autocross / IROC: We participate in a three-region series of events, called the Inter-Regional Race of Champions, which is the longest-running inter-regional event in PCA history. These events teach how to properly maneuver your car around a course of pylons in a parking lot. Instructors are available for those who request them, and there are enough runs to give you lots of practice. You run against a clock, with only one driver on the course at at a time. This is a wonderful opportunity to better lean the limits of your car and your own driving skills.
Grand Prix of Grattan: This is a two-day driver’s education event, held on a weekend. With an instructor, you will learn and improve your driving skills on a challenging road course. A helmet and cotton clothing are required.
- PCA Club Racing: This is true amateur wheel-to-wheel racing, and is quite competitive. Races occur all over the US and other PCA regions. You need a Club Racing license to participate.
- Porsche Parade: Every year Porsche Club national puts on a week-long festival of everything Porsche. There is a concours, rally, autocross, tech quiz, various drives, and a wide variety of social events. The location varies. You can find out more at the national website – www.pca.org.
You can find a list of all our upcoming events on the club’s calendar.