Porsche Club of America : Grand Prix Region

Welcome! Founded in 1981, the Grand Prix Region (GPX) is a group of Southern California Porsche enthusiasts who enjoy bringing people together for social events, driving experiences, and technical workshops to enhance the Porsche ownership experience. We have over 600 members and are in Zone 8. We invite you to participate in our activities and join in the fun! View the GPX Calendar to see what we’ve got planned.
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PCA/GPX (Grand Prix Region) Breakfast Meeting - 7/13/19 - Glory Days Sports Grill

🇺🇸RED, 🇺🇸WHITE and 🇺🇸BLUE cars were featured and celebrated even outside the confines of the "Cone Zone!"

* We're now accepting suggestions for what Porsche car models or themes might be future features of the "Cone Zone!"

Great morning gathering with overcast skies keeping things cool. We sipped ☕️coffee, visited old friends and made some new ones along the way. The buffet 🥓breakfast🍳 rolled out at 9am bringing the party inside.

Two new members were introduced and given new PORSCHE COFFEE MUGS. We talked about the latest happenings and tours coming up, (watch this space) then door prizes and the 50/50 CASH were won by lucky members! The other half of the 50/50 raffle always benefits Children's Dental Health Clinic ! Enjoy the images!

*Happy Summer!
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1 week ago

Dave Wolin

Hey, Racing Buffs - Don't Miss This !!
Valley Relics Museum, the home to San Fernando Valley pop culture, from neon signs to classic BMX bikes and classic cars, has teamed up with the well known Racing History Project to produce a quarterly series of presentations about historic and long gone racetracks of Southern California and the San Fernando Valley.
The first of these Racing History Series events will be held on Saturday, October 12th, at the Valley Relics Museum at Van Nuys Airport. The October event will focus on Paramount Ranch, the Santa Monica Mountains location that hosted 5 sports car races and 2 stock car races in 1956 and '57 and San Fernando Dragstrip, where from 1955 to 1969, local and sometimes nationally known drivers put on some spectacular shows.
The Racing History Series program begins at 10:30 AM on Saturday, October 12th with an hour and a half slide show. film and panel discussion about Paramount Ranch. After a lunch break to enjoy some of the gourmet food trucks in the parking lot, the 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM segment features San Fernando Dragstrip, again with a slide show, film and panel discussion.
Panelists will include many who raced at these iconic locations, telling stories never before heard about their experiences, a rare opportunity to hear from those were there.
After the event, there will be an autograph and personal "meet and greet" session as well as some noted photographers and authors on hand offering their wares and some memorabilia for sale.
There are only a limited number of tickets available for this event. Purchase them online now (only $25.00) at www.racinghistoryproject.com
Note all tickets must be purchased in advance; no tickets will be available the day of the event.
Questions ? Contact Dave Wolin - 559.760.1143; davewolin@earthlink.net
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PCA/Grand Prix Region - "Wrightwood the Wrong Way" - June 22, 2019

Many thanks for the photo contributions by Linda Obrien, Jaime Rodriguez, Jerry Maize, Nathaniel Dever and Steven & Marcia Ishii,

Many more thanks for our tour leaders, Omar Menchavez and Alan Johnson!

After the success of last year’s ”Wrightwood the Wrong Way” tour, the Grand Prix Region returned with a different stop. The large turnout required that the tour be divided into 3 groups. Departing Redlands at 492 feet and climbing over the Onyx Summit at 8400 feet then descending to Big Bear Lake and Lake Arrowhead, the groups cruised through the San Bernardino Mountains then climbed back up to the Strawberry Peak Fire Lookout Tower at 6400 feet.
Though most of the Forest Service Lookout towers in Southern California have been closed, there are still four that are manned in the fire season. Strawberry Peak is the only one that is paved road accessible, and the Lookout Staff was happy to explain their coverage, equipment and reporting protocols. On most days it is easy to see peaks 70 mile away. On really clear days one can spot Catalina Island almost 100 miles away.
Continuing safely on the Rim of the World Highway, the drive was on the mountain side not the cliff side which gives the road its name. Twisting and turning on the descent to the crossing at Interstate-15, the tour then climbed back up to Wrightwood at 6000 feet. At Wrightwood which straddles the San Andreas Fault no earthquakes were felt and lunch was enjoyed at the Grizzly Café. All that climbing really works up an appetite.
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