Some of the 24 Porsche Touring Crew members who attended the Crew’s September 28 drive and dine, cluster around Dan and Janice Cooley’s ‘17 twin turbocharged 4S. The event featured a return trip to the prestigious Club at Nevillewood, with lunch served on a patio perched above the Club’s Nicklaus-designed 18th fairway. A PTC Fall drive luncheon, now open for registration at MotorsportReg.com. is coming up October 26. Read more
Some of the more than 30 Porsche Touring Crew attendees gather under Jean Bonnet Tavern’s sun-speckled “Marriage Tree” after lunch in the inn’s rustic dining room. The stately oak has served as the backdrop for countless marriage proposals and wedding group photographs. PTC’s next stop: lunch on Nevillewood Country Club’s picturesque patio, September 28. All ARPCA members and their guests are welcome to attend by registering on Motorsportreg.com.
In this photo Don and Carolyn Berry had just arrived at the August 24 PTC luncheon at Bedford’s Jean Bonnet Tavern. Posing with them in this “three-shot,” and dressed in its bamboo metallic coat, is their beautiful 1989 2.7L 8-valve 944. The Porsche Touring Crew is an informal ARPCA luncheon group whose menu regularly includes friendship and stimulating conversation. All ARPCA members and guests are welcome to join.
A gallery of Porsche Touring Crew members (and golfing wannabee’s) cozy-up to one of the sport’s icons at the Arnold Palmer Regional Airport. Twenty-four PTCr’s had just kicked-off their 2021 season with a PTC luncheon get–together at DeNunzio’s restaurant, located inside the airport terminal in Latrobe. PTC is an ARPCA social group, with club members and their guests always welcome to join. (Pictured left-to-right:) Mark Frumkin, Jay Thompson, Tim Gustafson, Mary Lou and Fred Yagulli and Rob Kaminski.)