Final Days to Register for the 13th Annual ARPCA Car Control Clinic – THE PERFECT EVENT for New Drivers, Experienced Drivers w/ New Cars or anyone wanting to learn more about their car’s handling characteristics in safe, closed environment. Plus, tomorrow evening is Porsche Spotlight Night at Victory Family Church’s Car cruise. Details and links below or as always on arpca.com…
Friday June 8th – Porsche Spotlight Night at Victory Car Cruise – 5:00-9:00M
the premier Friday night Car Cruise of Western PA.
Thursday June 14th – Monthly Business Meeting – 7:00PM
Come see some fantastic cars, find out what’s in store for the balance of 2018 and learn about our club’s inner workings:
Saturday June 16th – ARPCA 13th Annual Car Control Clinic – ALMOST SOLD OUT!!!
The PERFECT opportunity to learn more about you and your car in a controlled environment. We will be using the Vehicle Dynamic Area (VDA- six plus acres of pavement) to provide an exhilarating educational experience! The Car Control Clinic is hands-on, in-car training combined with classroom discussion of vehicle and human dynamics. Four hours of in-car instruction is scheduled for participants to practice the driving exercises introduced in the classroom. The goal is to introduce participants to the skills and sensations associated with controlling a motor vehicle during accident avoidance, defensive driving maneuvers and more!
Saturday June 16th – Porsche at the Lot – 7:30AM
Start your engines and begin your Saturday with fellow ARPCA members for an upscale cars-n-coffee event at the Lot at Edgewater restaurant in Oakmont, Pa.
The Lot at Edgewater is a full-service restaurant that offers a wide menu selection including traditional favorites like waffles, bacon and sausage, as well as specialties such as avocado toast with pepper jam and a fried egg. There is a full-service coffee bar with a large assortment of pastries and a bar featuring brunch cocktails, alcoholic milkshakes, and craft beers.
This is the second of several Porsche at the Lot this year. No cost for event and registration is not necessary. Just show up with your favorite P-car and share some coffee, breakfast and stories with fellow ARPCA members.
Tuesday June 26th – Porsche Touring Crew Lunch – 11:30AM
Join the Porsche Touring Crew as they travel to The Club at Nevillewood
Situated atop the beautiful hills of Allegheny County, the Nevillewood offers magnificent views of the golf course and surrounding Pittsburgh area along with a newly remodeled clubhouse. The group will gather at 11:30 am then enjoy lunch at the Club restaurant. The fee for the luncheon is $26 per person. Guests (including non-Porsche vehicles) are welcome.
The fee includes lunch menu selections and tea or coffee, or soft drink. Tip and Taxes are also included. Alchoholic drinks will be a cash bar.
Additionally, up to seven luncheon attendees are invited to join PCA Member, and our host at Nevillewood, Dr. Jon Tucker, for a round of golf. Tee times will be at approximately 1:30 pm. The cost for a round of golf, including green fee, cart and gratuity, is $195. Arrangements for golfing payment must be made directly with Dr. Tucker. Please contact him at email@example.com.
Due to payment logistics, pre-payment for this event is required.
PVGP 2018 – July 13, 14, 15 – Schenley Park Weekend
Hard to imagine but 2018 PVGP festivities commence in under 4 weeks… meaning the BIG party weekend is just 5 weeks away! Ed Rice and his team have another blockbuster in store. This year, in conjunction with celebrating 70 years of Porsche, he has procured 2 very special guests for the lawn: two significant Porsche race cars with serious racing provenance. On Saturday July 14th we’ll have the RC Cola Porsche 962 and Flying Lizard Motorsports 996 GT3 RS! Additionally, as our Club boasts some of the finest Club drivers in the Country, and in the spirit of racing, a select group of ARPCA Club driver prepped race cars will appear with these significant pro-cars. You (and especially your car!) do not want to miss this celebration.
Registration is open on MSR; sign up today and mark the calendar for an annual party you will not want to miss!
Saturday July 21st – AutoCross #1 – 8:00AM
Autocross (AX) gives you the opportunity to test yourself and develop your own skill set, as well as learn the limits of your vehicle in a safe and controlled environment. All events are based around a course made of traffic cones and each lap timed for every driver. Autocross events seldom see speeds in excess of 60 mph and there is no “wheel to wheel” competition.
AX is one of, if not THE safest and most INEXPENSIVE way to participate in MotorSports today!
Tuesday July 24th – Porsche Touring Crew Lunch – 11:30AM
Come join ARPCA’s Porsche Touring Crew for a visit to North Country Brewing because yeah… beer! Nestled in the heart of downtown Slippery Rock, the brewery has a long and fascinating history. When owners Jodi and Bob opened the doors to North Country Brewing Company in 2005, they couldn’t have expected the support and demand for good craft beer that Slippery Rock had.
Plan on arriving the brewery 11- 11:30 am. Select your favorite lunch fare off the menu and enjoy the company of fellow ARPCA members. No cost for event; attendees pay for their own lunch. Guests are always welcome. Registration closes 5.19
2018 Driver Education Series – ONLY 2 EVENTS LEFT!!!
The Allegheny Region Porsche Club of America is excited to open our DE schedule for 2018. We will be hosting three (3) High Performance Drivers Education (DE) events this year. Registration now open.
Please note some changes for the 2018 season.
- Payment – Your credit card will be charged upon completion of your registration. Review the 2018 cancellation policy on event posting for additional details.
- Run Groups – We have eliminated one run group to allow for more track time. We published a tentative Watkins Glen schedule. Each schedule will be finalized as we get closer to event.
- Longer Sessions – by eliminating a run group we increased your track time every session!
Follow the hotlink below to register for each event – don’t delay: