Blue Ridge Blogger

  • Blog 7/4/2022

    Membership

    New Members

    No new members this entire month! If you see a Porsche, invite them to join. We have had 18 new members this year. Currently there are 196 Primary members and 118 Affiliate members for a total of 314 members!

    Emails from Members

    Thanks very much for welcoming us new members to the tour to Smith Mountain Lake last weekend! We really enjoyed it and appreciate the hard work that went into organizing it. 

    We look forward to participating in future events with the club!

    With best regards, 

    Pete and Kathleen Engel 

    1988 944

    Glad you enjoyed the event!

    Activities

    Blue Ridge Region PCA Events

    DateNameVenue 
    Jul 16BRR-PCA Cars N' Coffee - Blue Ridge BagelsBlue Ridge BagelsRegister now on MotorsportReg.com
    Oct 16BRR-PCA TRSS Volunteer Registration Salem Civic CenterRegister now on MotorsportReg.com

    Cars and Coffee

    A Cars N’ Coffee event for Blue Ridge Region PCA members only on July 16, 2022 beginning at 9:30 AM at Blue Ridge Bagels in Lynchburg, VA.  Capacity is limited and the primary must be a BRR-PCA member. You must RSVP to attend! Others will be asked to leave.

    Send your RSVP by July 13 to Gene at social@brr-pca.org and include the number of attendees.

    Just a reminder Blue Ridge Bagels set for July 16 is limited to 30 participants 

    Motorsport Reg lists 466 events coming up within 300 miles in the next 90 days. Go to Motorsport Reg to see the detail.

    Racing

    Porsche 911 Tube-Frame Chassis

    Sebring 1957

    If you young whippersnappers ever wondered what it was like to watch the Sebring races back in the 50’s then look no further than this photo. This part of the Sebring track was what was called Big Bend back in 1957 with trees, shrubs, mailboxes, telephone poles and spectators just feet from the poorly maintained racing surface. It was thrilling for spectators to watch as well as dangerous for drivers and spectators alike. The #8 Jaguar D-type of Jack Ensley leads the Maserati 450S of World Champion Juan Manuel Fangio as they approach the Hairpin Turn. Behind Fangio is the C1 Corvette of Dick Thompson and another car. Fangio and co-driver Jean Behra would win and it would be the second Sebring win for Fangio in a row as well as his last time at Sebring as a competitive driver. SIR Photo.

    A Lap of the Nürburgring Raceway

    (20+) Facebook

    Hogan’s Corner

    Porscheplatz at VIR 2016.

    Porsche’s Gone Bad

    First – Which are faster?

    Second