Blog – 4/11/2022


Welcome to David Grigg who lives in Bedford, Virginia. David drives a 2013 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet.


Thank you David Tuck for your comments on last weeks edition. We try to make it fun!


Blue Ridge Region PCA Events

Mar 14BRR-PCA Executive Board MeetingSportscar ClinicRegister
Mar 16BRR-PCA Cars N Coffee - RoanokeMontano's RestaurantRegister
Apr 10BRR-PCA Executive Board MeetingSportscar ClinicRegister
May 8BRR-PCA Full Board MeetingBRR-PCA Location TBDRegister
May 19BRR-PCA TRSS Volunteer Registration Salem Civic CenterRegister
Jun 12BRR-PCA Executive Board MeetingSportscar ClinicRegister
Jul 10BRR-PCA Executive Board MeetingSportscar ClinicRegister
Aug 14BRR-PCA Full Board MeetingBRR-PCA Location TBDRegister
Sep 11BRR-PCA Executive Board MeetingSportscar ClinicRegister
Oct 9BRR-PCA Executive Board MeetingSportscar ClinicRegister
Nov 13BRR-PCA Full Board MeetingBRR-PCA Location TBDRegister
Dec 11BRR-PCA Executive Board MeetingSportscar ClinicRegister

April Cars n Coffee

Well, for those of you who did not attend the Cars n Coffee yesterday, you missed a real treat. The Green Goat was fabulous. Amazing food and very reasonable price. Great turnout!

The Green Goat (in an environmentally friendly hybrid switching locomotive) is proud to make Wasena Station its home. Originally a rail-yard freight depot, & then home to the transportation museum, the building has sat empty since the flood of 1985. It is now The Green Goat, a must restaurant to visit!

Sneak Preview on Upcoming Cars and Coffee’s

  • May 14. Hale’s Restaurant in Shawsville VA. 0930 hrs.  RSVP to by noon May 11. Seating is limited 
  • June. No CnC at this time due to timing of Parade and the New Member/Charity Social on the 25th
  • July 16. Blue Ridge Bagels in Lynchburg VA. 0930 hrs.  RSVP to by noon, July 13. 

Gary Bell Annual Rally

Okay, they have moved the starting point from Nome Alaska and shortened it a bit for everyone. Here are the updated details. Registration opens in four (count them) days!

Blue Ridge PCA Rally – Saturday April 30th

Registration will close at midnight April 24th.

Rally Meeting Time – 10AM at the Virginia Horse Center in Lexington, 487 Maury River Road

First Car out at 10:30AM.  We anticipate arriving at the finish line around 1pm with lunch to follow.  After lunch, folks will be free to look around the Cartorium and then folks will be on their own for the remainder of the day.

The rally will be approximately 96 miles through scenic Rockbridge, Bath, Highland, and Augusta Counties, ending in Staunton at the Cartorium for lunch.  The Cartorium is a unique car club and car storage facility where one can view eclectic cars and other automobile memorabilia. 

The rally will include a time component as well as a gimmick component where participants will have to answer questions along the route.

TRSS Returns

A partial message from Brett Randolph: “It has been a long 2 years folks, but I’m happy to announce that we are bringing TRSS Street Survival back in Fall 2022!  Although we do not know the exact outline of Covid this fall, I do believe it will be safe enough to host an event and we will certainly make accommodations for Covid concerns, etc.  You all should have received an email invitation from me during planning for previous Schools and many of you instructed and/or volunteered at our previous events.  I think all of you know me by now, but just in case, my name is Brett Randolph with VDOT, and I will be chairing the upcoming Street Survival Event. ”

If you want to know more about Street Survival, go to Street Survival

If you are interested in participating, email Brett Randolph.



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Hogan’s Corner

Porsche tent from the track at VIR, September 2012

Porsche Gone Bad



Dream Home!


And Finally