Blog – 6/21/2021

June 21

Blue Ridge Blogger

Happy Father’s Day

Here are three Father’s Day videos that I found.   They are worth a listen.

Happy Father’s Day

Porsche passion spans generations. Happy Father’s Day to all the dads who pass down the dream.

Happy Father’s Day

The 911 – Don’t Forget

Porsche passion spans generations. Solve created this film to wish a Happy Father’s Day to all the dads who pass the dream down to their children. Footage is from Rennsport Reunion V, a gathering of Porsche enthusiasts, drawing nearly 60,000 people from across the globe to celebrate one of the most accomplished, magnetic and visceral sports car brands on earth.

Porsche – Don’t Forget

Porsche – Dear Father

Dear Father is a speculative brand commercial done out of love for Porsche and all of the amazing relationships built on and around the road.

Porsche – Dear Father

Members

No activity this week.Activities
PCA Communicable Disease Waivers

Events such as our popular Cars N’ Coffee, Rallies, Driving Tours, Holiday Party and other social events all have at least a portion conducted indoors. The PCA Communicable Disease Waiver is required for everyone attending regardless of state or venue rules.

Don’t wait!  Grab your smartphone or tablet and take a few minutes and complete your electronic waiver today through SpeedWaiver and you will be good through February, 2022!   Yes, your family members and guests can do so too!  A device can be shared to complete the waivers.TIP – Bookmark the confirmation page for easy access to redisplay at events.


For those without a suitable mobile device, paper waivers should be available at the events.

Cars N Coffee – Blue Ridge Region
BRR Cars and Coffee June 26th  RSVP Required
We have a BRR Cars’nCoffee set for Saturday June 26 2021 at:
            Blue Ridge Bagels            19327 C Leesville Rd             Lynchburg VA 24502             starting at 0930 hrs.
This event is filling fast.  

This event has seating capacity of 40. Therefore Gene is asking all attendees to RSVP directly to him at mtharbor@verizon.net or the BRR/social address   social@brr-pca.org     

Gene expects this to fill up so, email him now!

BRR Cars and Coffee July 24th  RSVP Required

We have a second BRR Cars’Coffee set for 

               Old Oak Cafe

              410 Scruggs Rd

              Moneta VA 24121              

             July 24,2021              

               0930 hrs

An RSVP will be required by Noon Wednesday July 21

 Lynchburg Cars and Coffee

Go to Lyncgburg CnC for updated times.
Star City Motor Madness June 25 & 26  Roanoke, VA  

Star City Motor Madness in Roanoke, Virginia will be held this year! Last year with COVID-19 on the loose, state restrictions prohibited large events like ours but this year we’re making plans for our 2-day cruise and car show. 

Thank you for your past participation and we hope that you’ll join us again this year, Friday, June 25 and Saturday, June 26. The cruise on Williamson Road is Friday from 6pm to 10pm and the car show in downtown Roanoke is Saturday from 10am to 4pm. 

Attached is the car show registration form. Simply print out the registration form, fill it in and mail with your check or money order. You may also register online and pay with a credit card. Just go to thispage on our site and click on the car show online registration button. Star City Motor Madness is now in its 20th year supporting the Virginia Museum of Transportation and other area non-profits. 

Virginia Festival of the Wheel  September 3, 4, 5  

This looks interesting.   It is in the Charlottesville area.  

Festival of the Wheel Video

Racing

PCA Zone 2 ran iits annual “Rumble at the Oak Tree” PCA Club Race at VIR last weekend on your favorite race track (VIR Full Course!).   

 In car video:  VIR Historic Race

Hogan’s Corner

December 2011, and it is never too cold for BRR members to check out a newly purchased Porsche.

Bring a Trailer

This 1957 Porsche Speedster is said to be chassis number 83427 which is offered without an engine. The photos showing the car stored outdoors look real given the way the wheels and tires are entrenched, but the car is now indoors in some other photos. The seller claims it has had the same owner since 1971. 

A Porsche Gone Bad

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