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Blue Ridge Region PCA Events
|Oct 11||BRR-PCA Executive Board Meeting||Sportscar Clinic|
|Oct 21||BRR-PCA Cars N Coffee - SML||Old Oak Cafe|
|Nov 8||BRR-PCA Full Board Meeting||BRR-PCA Location TBD||More Details|
|Dec 3||BRR-PCA Holiday Party & Annual Meeting||Vinton War Memorial|
|Dec 13||BRR-PCA Executive Board Meeting||Sportscar Clinic||More Details|
Cars and Coffee – November 12 9:30AM Old Oak Cafe
Old Oak Cafe
410 Scruggs Rd
Moneta, VA 24121
Rally – Save the date – November 19
It’s a great time of year for our fall 2022 Rally! This is a fun driving event that is suitable for all kinds of vehicles! This event can be a great drive for families too!
The starting point will be across the street from Cave Spring Middle School on Route 221, Cave Spring, VA. The route is approximately 71 miles taking approximately 90 minutes to complete. The route will go up Bent Mountain, down though Allegheny Springs, through Bradshaw and Mason’s Cove, ending at Parkway Brewing in Salem on Kessler Mill Road.
Driver meeting at 10:30 with first car out at 10:45. It will be a “gimmick” rally with a question component and time component.
Awards will be given to the top three finishers based on driving time based on posted speed limits and score on best of quiz questions.
The Blue Ridge Region PCA Holiday Party is taking place on Sunday, December 4, 2022 from 4:00pm – 8:00pm at the Vinton War Memorial in Vinton, VA,
So far 30 of your BRR-PCA friends have signed up! The cost is $35 per person for early-bird registration, which is valid through November 6th. Register now before costs increase! The club is subsidizing the venue and caterer fee to minimize the attendee fee.
Don’t miss out on a great event or the awesome discount!
No More Car’s and Coffee
Our beloved Social Chair, Gene Reed is retiring after this season. This is an opportunity to join the leadership of the club in this critical and rewarding position. If you are interested, please contact Gene Reed. Gene promises to help you learn the ropes.
The German Grand Prix
I wonder what happened to this Bush Gardens Williamsburg display from 2012.
Climate protesters glue themselves to Porsche museum but needed to go potty.
Climate change activists protesting industries and governments had a busy summer in Europe. A relentless outfit called Just Stop Oil in the UK has created disruptions everywhere from major highways to the British Formula 1 Grand Prix, and more recently, they threw tomato soup on a Van Gogh painting at the National Gallery in London. Across the Channel, the Tour de France cycling race was forced to pause during several stages by climate activists who’d glued themselves to the road. Over the western border, a group called Scientist Rebellion took the sticky route when nine members glued their hands to the floor of the Porsche pavilion at Volkswagen’s Autostadt museum in Wolfsburg on Thursday. More
Porsche Gone Bad
For our NASCAR Fans, if you missed it!
And a few subsequent modifications.
What’s wrong with this picture?
The new Porsche Sound Bar, a mere $12,000!