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DeutscheMarques returns to the Gilmore Car Museum on Saturday, July 10. This is not a PCA event and it does overlap with Parade, unfortunately. On the other hand, it is a great show of German car manufacturer prowess. The major marques – Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, and Volkswagen will all have separate display areas. This is a “bring it and show it” event. The event runs from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Cars entering the show arrive beginning at 8:00 AM. The gate closes at noon. A $16.00 entry fee covers the car, driver and one passenger – 50% less than two $16.00 general admission museum tickets. Entry fees entirely support the Gilmore Car Museum and the entire museum will be open to exploreGerman food, beer and wine and other delicious fare will be available during the event. A strolling German Oom-pah Band will add to the festivities. The event is fun for the entire family. You can find more information about the event here.

WHEN: Saturday, July 10
WHERE: Gilmore Car Museum, 6865 W Hickory Rd, Hickory Corners, MI 49060

Gilmore Cruise-In

Join WMR as members gather at the Gilmore Car Museum for a Wednesday night cruise-in. There are cars a-plenty to view, food (including beer and brats), and possibly live music. We will all park on the street as you enter the museum grounds in front of the Franklin and Ford Model A buildings. If you haven’t been there for a while, come early so you can tour the Corvette display. There is an entry fee of $15.00 for the museum but you can enter the grounds for the cruise-in at no charge. We will be admitted starting at 5:00 pm.

WHEN: Wednesday, July 21 beginning at 5:00 pm
WHERE: Gilmore Car Museum, 6865 W Hickory Rd, Hickory Corners, MI 49060
HOSTS: Rick Riley and Rob Clark
RSVP: Not needed, just show up and enjoy!

Pool Party

Keep your fingers crossed for summer weather and continued relaxation of social distancing guidelines as we gather at the home of Chris & Craig Ackerman, with its swimming pool, patio, and fire pit. Bring bathing suits and towels to enjoy the afternoon with a dip in the salt water pool or just relax and enjoy catching up with your fellow Porsche fanatics. Financial donations are encouraged for the Kids Food Basket, a charitable organization WMR has supported for several years.

WHEN: Saturday, July 24, 3:00 pm to ? Dinner begins at 5:00
WHERE: The Ackerman Home. Please ask for the address when you RSVP. To lessen congestion, on-street parking is suggested.
RSVP: Please let the Ackermans know you are coming by Wednesday, July 21 by emailing or calling Craig.

2020 Year in Review

At our virtual Winterfest, held on February 27, a 2020 Year in Review video was unveiled, thanks to the efforts of several talented WMR members. For those of you who missed Winterfest, or those who attended but want to see it again, we’ve made it available here.

Enthusiasts of the Year

At our virtual Winterfest on February 27 we announced the Enthusiasts of the Year. The first winner is of our “classic,” or established, member award. Congratulations go to Amber Door on participating more than anyone else in 2020, despite the challenges of the pandemic. We have also started our newcomer Enthusiast of the Year award. For 2020, the winner is is Brook Lucas. If you haven’t met him already, hopefully you can congratulate him in person later this year when we can finally get together outside.

PCA Sim Racing

Looking for something to keep your motor running while waiting for spring and salt-free roads? PCA has a possibility for you to check out- Sim Racing. This is virtual racing at its finest, with Porsches competing head-to-head. The racing is sponsored by PCA National and there are also Zone races. You can read more about it at the sim racing page at, and information specific to Zones 2 & 4 here.