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Post  fliermike45 on Tue Feb 28, 2012 7:21 pm

Wondered what the forum members feel about the PCA and what they (the PCA) think of our Hybrids.
I stopped by the PCA Autocross in Vero Beach on Sunday and got a cool reception. Is this par for the course?


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Post  Rich L. on Tue Feb 28, 2012 9:23 pm

Hey Mike. I've been to two PCA events but neither with my 44. The WA region PCA event up here in Seattle I attended with an old Audi urquattro and I was treated with disdain. Nobody would tech my car even when it was my turn in line. And when I brought up a particularly poor passer (911 that wouldn't point me by) to the event master he snickered right to my face. Screw those guys.

However the OR region PCA event I attended had a much nicer feel. The event master was rockin' an orange Z06 and there were Lotus, Bimmers and even a Mini contingent. I was driving a 911 and there weren't any frankenstiens but it seemed like all comers were treated well. I think it really depends on the group working the event.

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Post  docwyte on Tue Feb 28, 2012 11:08 pm

I've had good luck with them. The Ohio region was very nice and welcoming to me, even though I had a VW GTI. My local region thinks my hybrid 944 is the coolest thing they've ever seen.


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Post  cjbcpa on Wed Feb 29, 2012 8:56 am

Here on the East Coast I've had a lot of contact with different PCA regions. They are, across the board, very welcoming of all makes and models. I'm affiliated with the Riesentoter region and we joke that we're turning into a Corvette club, seems like 30% of any given run group are Corvettes. If your a driver, you'll be welcomed by RTR. Also have seen a number of 948's run out at NJMP.

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Post  marc a on Thu Mar 01, 2012 11:58 pm

PCA regions vary just like people. I have run with several and during tech I always get a grin. In fact my last event was with RTR (first time with that group) and I had a great time. The instructor's group had a ton of great drivers so I was fending off Vettes, GT-3s, 911 turbos . . . it was awesome.

There are regions that still only allow Porsche products, but they are far and few between because of the economics of needing events filled.

I have also run with a number of BMW regions and have found them to be as open to my car as any.

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Post  skywalker01 on Fri Mar 02, 2012 11:01 am

I received a cool response too my first time out. But after they saw that I wasn't a jerk and the car was stable and competitive, I have become a welcome participant at all the local PCA events. Even get friendly ribbing from the PCA President (he's in my local chapter) - I highly recommend checking them out, and if it's not to your liking - check out your local SCCA!


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