Porsche Club of America, Redwood Region
In this Issue
Upcoming Events at a Glance

Click on the event name for a link to additional details, including contact and RSVP information.  Event dates subject to change.  Click here  to view the full 2015 Redwood Region calender online.

October 2015

November  2015
Click here  for a single-page 2015 Redwood Region calendar in PDF format.

President's Message 
Mike Hinton President
by Mike Hinton, Redwood Region President

  Well, we just wrapped up a jam-packed month of September, and early October for Porsche events.  In the past five weeks, I've attended a winery tour, two autocross events (in different cars), a concours, and the three-day extravaganza that was Rennsport Reunion V at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.

  The autocross events included my favorite event of the year - the Emmett Wilder Enduro Autocross.  For those of you who are unfamiliar with the "enduro" event, it differs from our typical events by featuring two three-lap "enduros" in the afternoon, instead of single-lap runs.  I've always found the multi-lap format useful for refining and improving driving techniques, because it's easy to remember how you handled certain sections of the course a mere 40 seconds ago.  This year's event was no exception, and I learned a couple of new things in my final 3-lap run that will help me and my faithful autocross companion, Barney, to go faster next year.  The only bad thing is that we won't get to test these cool new ideas again until next March!

  Although there will be other stories about Rennsport Reunion V in this issue, I wanted to add a couple of takeaways from my experience this year.  The first amazing thing was the dazzling array of historic and newer Porsche racing cars.  It's hard to describe how thrilling it is to see vintage prototypes like the 906, 908, and 917 battling it out at speed, and then later being able to marvel at the progress of race car design as the more contemporary RS Spyders and 911RSRs demonstrated their speed.

  For me, though, the most amazing thing was the number of genuinely friendly people that I met over the course of the weekend.  I was fortunate enough to be able to spend time with Rod Emory (of outlaw 356 fame), Alex Ross of Sharkwerks, and ace photographer Michael Alan Ross.  All are very skilled in their field, and are super easy-going, genuine car (especially Porsche) enthusiasts.  We also hosted a dinner on Saturday evening with 13 Region members and guests which was a great gathering.  It just goes to prove once again, that the Club is not just about cars, but about people too!

Hope to see you at an event soon!


From the Editor

by Jamie DeRuiter, der Riesenbaum Editor

  Fall is here!  First rain, thunderstorms and leaves falling from the trees.  Fall is my favorite season.  I'm not big on hot days.  I spent the last ten days getting ready for winter.  I heat my home with a wood stove so I spent many hours splitting and stacking wood these past few days.  Nothing beats the heat from a wood stove for those cold winter days.  Soon the grape vines leaves will have turned to that beautiful reddish-orange throughout my Napa valley.  This year I vow to take some good photos of my 912 amongst those leaves.

  I managed to make another couple of events last month.  One autocross and our Ledson concours event.  Both events were very fun.  One involved racing around those darned cones while the other was more of a saunter amongst beautiful cars and the lovely Ledson estate.  I learned a lot from both events.  Watching the other racers taught me how driving style influences lap times.  The concours event teaches me the fine differences between our makes and models.  Mike Hinton gave me some good tips on spotting the differences between a 1987 versus the 1988-89 model years.  Every time I attend one of our events I learn something special about our beloved Porsches whether it's how to drive them better or the fine details of one model or another.  

  We have the Monterey Bay Zone 7 concours and the famous Mendocino Tour on the horizon.  Both events are worth attending if you want to get out and have some fun.  Look for the flyers below.

  I'm sure you're all aware of the recent fire in Lake County that devastated that area.  In an effort to help our region donated $1,000 to the Valley Fire Victims Relief Fund through the Redwood Credit Union.  With winter coming these victims need all the help they can get and I'm proud our region stepped up and contributed to the relief effort.  Keep these families in your thoughts and prayers.

  It's that time in the morning when my Akita, Suki, is begging for her daily walk.  What she doesn't know is that the hot air balloon monsters are heading our way.  She really doesn't like them ever since one tried to 'get her' when they threw their drop bag out and it landed right next to her.  She must have thought it was trying to grab her.  My Porsche is giving me the same look.  I went into the garage last night and it was like my car was saying 'please drive me'.  So after I walk the dog I'm going to take my 912 for a walk up valley to stretch her legs a bit.  Don't forget to get your cars out once a week, if you can, over winter to keep them in good running order come spring adventure time.  I look forward to meeting our members at the events I'm able to attend coming up.  If you have any ideas or suggestions feel free to share with me via email.  You can find me on our website.

Shift Toward Adventure,




redRedwood Annual Members' Meeting and Tour, Sunday, October 25, 2015
RSVP using by Month day  at time.  Redwood Region events are not searchable on MSR so be sure to use the link here or from the  Calendar.
Ledson Winery Zone 7 Concours d'Elegance 
 by Craig Steele, Redwood Vice-President

  Every fall the Redwood Region hosts the Zone 7 Concours at Ledson Winery in the scenic Valley of the Moon.  Always held on a Sunday, the Porsches to be judged start arriving at 8 am - usually getting the best location to park their car and break out all the latest and greatest cleaning supplies to ready their vehicles for the 11 am judging. James Heisey, Past President RR has been organizing this event for 15 plus years.  The event starts with registration where the owners decide in what category they want to compete between Wash and Shine to Full Car judging. 
Here a couple relaxes next to their 911 waiting for the judging to begin.
Typically it is a team effort to get the Porsches ready for judging.  Here one of the contestants is catching up on some texts before the judging begins.
 The judging is team effort consisting of a head judge and three other individual judges assigned to an aspect of the car's exterior and interior. There is always one person assigned to the timer role insuring all judging take the same amount of time. There are usually several teams of judges doing the competition. Porsches have so many different vehicles to judge that some teams require special knowledge to observe and judge each Porsche fairly.  At the end of the day, all winners and runners up are announced and receive their awards. One final note is the special rivalry in the completion class between the current and past Redwood presidents. See who won this year below.
The head judge confers with the other judges on their assigned areas to judge and when to start timing the Porsche inspections.
The head judge begins the process by doing his overall inspection of the car as the timer maintains the judging intervals.

When each judge completes their assignment and tallies the results, they are then given to the head judge for final review and the total points to be awarded are calculated.
Not all Porsches opt for the full body judging in which every aspect of the vehicle is reviewed.  Pictured here is a 914 being judged by the full compliment of judges.

At the end of the day, our Redwood Region president, Mike Hinton, announced each first place winner.  They received a plaque, the judges tally sheet and a bottle of wine for the category in which they were being judged.

Here's one of the full car winners receiving his plaque for the 914 pictured above in this article.  This happens to be team Bob Schoenherr and Anita Benzing.

Handing the awards to this year's competition class winner was our current president Mike Hinton.  The winner, Vern Rogers, was our past president.  I believe the margin of victory was only a couple of points insuring these two will be back at it at the next concours to see who gets top honors.

Congratulations to all the competitors that entered their Porsches in this year's event!

(photos courtesy of Craig Steele)
Mobile Works West







Autocross #8 "Achtung!"  September 19th, 2015
 by Jamie DeRuiter 

  Finally!  It took me all season but I finally got my rear swaybar to work.  Thanks to Deven and Thorsten at Hi -Tec Automotive for making this possible.  What a blast to have full rear traction for once.  My other setup was bottoming out on my chassis causing me to lose rear traction on the opposite side in hard cornering.  Loss of traction = loss of time.  

  The course Trevor Ridgley designed was very fun indeed.  Named "Achtung!", it was obvious why the course was given this name.  You really did have to pay "attention" to keep a good line through the course especially in the back 'S' turns.  I found the crucial areas for me where entering the sweeper in the back I tried to stay as far left as possible before committing to the turn in point.  Then coming down the home stretch it was a fine balance between throttle, traction and ones line to maintain good speed throughout.  That final turn before the finish was a test of ones courage and how well one knew their vehicle's ability to correct when needed.

  We had 33 cars running the course with 10 runs total for the day.  We had 9 Boxsters making that model the go to car it seems now at autocross.  When all the runs were done the Top Time of Day (TTOD-M) for the men went to the course designer Trevor Ridgley in his '04 GT3 with an impressive time of 45.927 seconds.  The women's field was won by Vern Thomas in her '02 Boxster with a TTOD-L of 50.762.  Way to tear it up you two!

Cars on grid
David Bunch taking a ride in Grady's car


We had the pleasure of having Tristan back in action in Bill Newton's 912.  It was fun to see that combo picking apart the course.  After watching everyone drive by me at station #2 I have one observation to make.  Drew Powers driving style is similar to Tristan in the way he takes his lines through the course and how they throw their cars into that line.  Have you been coaching Drew Tristan?  I prefer to work the course so I can see how different drivers approach and attack the course hoping to glean something that can make me faster. 

  I got a kick out of hearing and watching Andrew Fox's 1971 911E targa both on and off the course.  Beautiful car Andrew.  

Andrew's 911E
Nice engine!


Autocross #9 "6th Annual Emmett Wilder Enduro Autocross" October 3rd, 2015
by Craig "Iceman" Steele, Redwood Vice-President
  As summer yields to fall and our autocross season winds to October. We all look forward to the enduro event. All year we have been doing out miles courses in 35 to 45 seconds. The enduro is a change to do three laps around the course in 115-125 seconds. The weather was excellent as we spent the morning doing our single laps to prepare for two runs at winning the Emmett Wilder trophy for best male and female driver's time. It was a close battle for top times. Pictured below are the winners: Grady Carter  (center left) and Anita Benzing (center right) with their trophies, second place honors go to Trevor Ridgley and Tracy Strom  holding their AX tee-shirts.

  The morning starts with half the drivers readying their vehicles to autocross while the rest report to their course worker stations. There is a driver meeting. Grady Carter, our Redwood Region AX chair goes over all the rules and procedures to do an enduro safely.
Our starter waves on the next Porsche to maneuver the autocross course

Station 5 had a lot of drivers observing each others techniques with the two closed angled gates

The presidents of SVR and RR chase each other for best times

While a timing slip reveals how you really did

This picture is a Porsche finishing the enduro.  Each lap is recorded and the total time is handed to the driver at the timers station

  Once in a while you witness some great recoveries or missteps. Vern Roger's 2007 Cayman was entering the Station #3 'S' lane with too much speed. He did a double  'S' fishtail without hitting a cone.  Good job, Vern said later it was blast to recovering from that incident. Here's the photos showing you how he did it.


 (Photos courtesy of Iceman)

Autocross Results


This link will take you to the Autocross results hosted on the Redwood Region website.   Autocross Results 


Bertolli's Auto Body


My Rennsport V Adventure
by Craig Steele, Redwood Vice-President

  In 2011, I had my first Porsche (a 1999 red Carrera Cabriolet) for less than two years. Sandy, my wife and I were enjoying our PCA membership by attending most of the region's events.  We started hearing all the hype over Rennsport IV coming to Laguna Seca so we attended the event and now understand the significance of this festival that's about all things Porsche. From corrals, races, race drivers and museum displays it was all there to see. Now, moving forward to Sept 2015, Rennsport V reemerges back at Laguna Seca with bigger corrals, more racing, a lot of famous drivers and outstanding displays of past and current Porsches.
Here I am signing the huge Rennsport V mural, 'the Craigster was here'

 My wife wasn't able to attend this year due to her new job. My Carrera has been replaced with a 2006 black Cayman S.  The following is some of my impressions of this event. 
Here is the famous 917 that raced into Porsche legend

For three days Porsches raced one another to qualify for bragging rights

I started my Rennsport V adventure early Friday morning parking in the Boxster-Cayman corral. I spent all day looking at over a hundred vendor offerings and displays. I then migrated to the historic pavilion full of classic Porsche racing machines. My afternoon was filled with walking through the pits seeing the all the racers trying to qualify for the Sunday finals.  I also got my Rennsport V poster and covered it with a dozen racing legends signatures. After all day walking with my friend, Ron Breeze and I headed for nice meal and a good night's rest. 
Boxster - Cayman corral at 7am
Boxster - Cayman corral at 10am


  Saturday, Ron and I rolled out at 6 am to get to the track for our volunteer assignments. We got the Boxster-Cayman corral. In three hours, we guided 200 Porsches into a selected lineup. Our shift ended at 10 am so we headed for selected parts of the track. My son, Sean and his friend John met us at turn 5 to watch the races.
Between races the 918 and 911 did laps around the track. We watched at turn 6 and then walked up to the turn 8, the corkscrew. After eating the famous frog dog, we watched the fly-by of historic B-25's. I went back for more poster signatures and was disappointed it was the same racers who already signed my poster on Friday. After that, Ron and I headed home to clean up for our Redwood region dinner in Pacific Grove. We had twelve diners and lot of great food and colorful talk.
The famous 918 and 911 RSR doing laps past turn 6

Here's the Redwood Region dinner at a restaurant in Pacific Grove

  On Sunday I was anxious to get some last great racing legends signatures. Then I attended an interview with Hurley Haywood and Jacky Ickx , the grand marshal of this event. After that event, I opted to head home and miss my parade laps. I drove up the scenic highway thinking about all the things I saw. Over 2000 Porsches in the corrals, 400 Porsches racing around Laguna Seca, all of the racing legends who drove Porsches to the podium all over the world and everything that happens with celebrating the iconic Porsche auto. 
Hurley Haywood and Jacky Ickx.  Racing legends waiving to the crowd after their Sunday interview.
 (photos courtesy of Craig Steele)

mendoMendocino Tour - November 6-8, 2015
For start of Mendocino Tour in Redwood Region, contact Ray Fiore by email or 
707-477-6534.  This tour is done with the Sacramento Valley Region.
Mendocino Tour
mbyMonterey Bay Zone 7 Concours d'Elegance, Sunday, October 18, 2015
Montery Bay
Questions?  Contact Dave Aliotti at 831.658.0356 or by email:
techPCA Tech Tactics West, Saturday, November 21, Ontario, CA
Registration will open soon on
Porsche Tech Tactics

Porsche Cars North America Training Facility
5100 Ontario Mills Parkway
Ontario CA 91764 US

Contact: Steve Hoffman
Phone: 321-652-4654

Redwood History - October 1983
In October 1983, Porschestop Corporation (no longer in existence) in Southern California organized a benefit Porsche concours at and around Hearst Castle.  Most of the events took place in Hearst Park.  Security was provided for parked cars at the hotel by state police, park rangers and private security patrols.
The Redwood Region Nominations Dinner Meeting was held at Deer Park Villa, Bolinas Road, Fairfax.  The "Festive Finale" to the year was going to be held in December at Charlie Bolton's Restaurant, Old Redwood Highway, Novato.
The Carmel Caper. . . .Relived. . . provided a retrospective on the Antique Car Races presumably the precursor to the current Historics.  Mention is made of the "dancing Ray Fiore" and a new face on the tour. . .Bob Schoenherr (all the way from Lakeport).
And finally, you could purchase a 1973 911S for $11,000 with lots of extras.

ESCA (Empire Sports Car Association) challenges PCA members to Go-Kart race

ESCA members would like to challenge the Porsche Club members to a friendly competition of Go-Karting at Driven Raceway this winter.
We will be at Driven Raceway, 4601 redwood Drive in Rohnert Park, on the following dates: November 10th, December 8th, January 12th, and February 9th.  Yes, these dates are the 2nd Tuesday of the month, from November through February.
You would need to be there at 6:30pm to register.  The racing starts at 7pm.
The cost will be $45.00 per driver, per night, with no trophies, and discount cards will not be honored.
The Raceway provides everything you need including the Go-Kart and helmet, but you can use your own helmet if you like.
ESCA must let at Driven Raceway know how many people to expect, so please send an email to our Go-Kart leader for 2015, by Nov. 8th , if you can attend the November 10th race.  Thereafter please let him know on or before the Sunday before each event.
Hope to see you there.
Donnie Bamberg

BusiBee Bookkeeping


Board Meeting Minutes

Chip Witt
by Chip Witt, Redwood Region Secretary

Redwood Region Board Meeting Minutes - The minutes from the September 29, 2015 Board meeting will be available after approval at the October 27, 2015 meeting.  Read previous board meeting minutes here.  
Our next Board Meeting is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on October 27, 2015 at Novato Mary's Pizza Shack, 121 San Marin Drive, Novato, CA 94945. All members are welcome to attend.  

Membership Report

Tom Short
by Tom Short, Redwood Region Membership Director

Notes from Membership



Welcome Month New Members to the Redwood Region.  We hope to see you at an upcoming event.

 Month Anniversaries - 5 years and over.  Happy Anniversary and Thanks to all of you.



Membership information is based on the Porsche Club of America National database. If you feel that any of the information included in this Membership Report is inaccurate, please contact the Editor or Membership Director.

Membership Information

Please contact Tom Short, Membership Director for general information about Club membership, including changes of address and/or contact information, dual-membership inquiries, inter-region transfers, membership referrals, and name badges.

Redwood Region Members are welcome and encouraged to attend monthly Board Meetings, held on the last Tuesday of each month (except December) at 7:00 p.m. Month Day Year meeting will be at Novato Mary's Pizza Shack, 121 San Marin Drive, Novato, CA 94945.
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Redwood Region Contacts
2015 Redwood Region Board of Directors

Executive Council                                                                        Appointed Directors
mike hinton headshot 2011


Jamie De Ruiter

Craig Steele, Vice President
Grady Carter



bob schoenherr headshot 2011


Chip Witt

Chip Witt, Secretary

Mac Cranford


vern rogers, Past President



   Ad-Hoc Committee


kurt fischer headshot


Tom Short

Tom Short, Membership Director
david bunch headshot 2011


Zone 7 Representative

david bunch headshot 2011





der Marktplatz

For Sale


 2001 Porsche Carrera Coupe 6-Speed Manual - $19500 

Stunning Lapis Blue Metallic with Graphite Grey interior.  Options include:  Technic Package, Heated Front Seat Package, Power Seat Package, 18" Lt Alloy Wheels-Turbo Look , NO CURB RASH
3 Spoke Leather Steering Wheel. Wheel Caps with Colored Crest
Porsche Stability Management, Supple Leather Front and Rear
Flared Rocker Panels , Factory Aluminum/Leather Shifter/Brake Handle, Alpine CDA 7894 Stereo with a/d/s Power Plate
This car has no issues, and is very well maintained. 94500 miles
Earned 195 of possible 200 points in PCA Concours (my first concours) 9/20/15 @ Ledson Winery Porsches at the Palace.  More photos here

Mark Partridge, or 707-823-2688
Puma Driving ShoesRed Puma driving shoes in as new condition. Size 10 - but Puma's run
small and narrow so you would have to try them on to see if they work
for you (they do not fit me any longer)!

These shoes are NOT FIREPROOF and cannot be used for competition, but would be good for autocross. If they fit, they are yours for free.

Jerry Gladstone  or 707-322-3657

Porsche Race Car
1992/2008 964 race car: PCA GT3 Zone 7 Champion 2012, 2nd nationally and 3 time NASA/PRC GTL class champion. Currently racing with PCA & NASA log books. Jerry Woods 3.6L & G-50 6 speed, Guards GT3 LSD, coil over suspension, 'big red' brakes, two sets 10.5 & 13 by 16 Jongbloed wheels, approx. 2,100 lbs., Getty GT 2 Evo fiberglass body with 55 in. GT 3 Cup wing. All safety equipment, radio, cool shirt, etc.
The car is in excellent condition with low hours on all major components. The car has been professionally maintained by Jerry Woods Enterprises and has always had repairs/replacement as needed, for example the wheels and shock are currently being rebuilt. It was painted in June and looks great. No issues, needs or stories. The car is fast, dependable and fun to drive. It is especially easy to drive at the limit.  Easily does 1:42's at Sonoma (1:41.8 in June), 1:54's at T-Hill and 1:35's at Laguna Seca.  For more details, see pdf here.

 $68,500. Contact Gary Willard 650-477-7039 or         
Boxster 18" rims for sale.  They are very straight and chrome, but with some chipping and one of the rears has curb rash.  Rear tires are near bald.  Front tires more than 1/2 tread left. Bridgestone. RE 760 Sport.

Dimensions: 7.5 x 18 50mm offset.  9 x 18 52mm offset.  Great candidates for track wheels.  $275 OBO.  

Email me @
1997 993 TT Porsche1997 993 TT has 46,700 miles on it.

Artic silver/rubicon interior. Hardback sport seats, roof liner in leather, 6 CD changer. All stock except PSS 10 suspension. Original parts come with the car.

Only repaint was front bumper. Car is fantastic, I measured the paint to verify. Looks like new! Won numerous awards in SoCal. Engine top end and turbos redone at 38,000 miles. Also clutch. Runs perfect, absolutely no problems, everything works.  More photos here

VIN: WP0AC2999VS375292
Price: $189K

Contact Info: Jochen Rohr:
1970 Porsche 911 T Targa
1970  Porsche 911 T Targa
Meticuously maintained and upgraded by the same owner for 24 years
California car, no rust
Rare 15" Mahle magnisium wheels w/hand-painted centers
OEM Recaro Sport seats
OEM "S" front spoiler
Euro H-1 headlights
Weber conversion
rare rebuilt 4-speed transmission w/short-shift kit
4k miles on split case engine complete rebuild with "E" pistons and distributor
Dino steering wheel
26206 indicated mileage
Tornado Red/Black (change of color)
Nakamichi cd player w/5 speaker 1100 watts amplifiers
Receipts & Logbook   $75,000
Contact Fred Miramontes
209-451-9794   or
'72 911 Racecar
'72 911 Racecar and licensed California car,
built to PCA Club Racing GT-1; runs SCCA ITE
3.8L twin-turbo air-cooled motor, MSD Ignition, Haltech fuel control, est 700+ hp at safe boost levels. Meets 103db. 24-gallon FuelSafe. G50/50 transmission - rare, very strong.  Elsinor/ERP front end, 993 multi-link rear suspension.  RSR-type bodywork, mostly fiberglass and Plexiglas, drop-hood cooling, aggressive rear wing.  2170 lbs.  2 sets Fikse wheels  18/17, runs 285/30 fronts & 335/35 rears or 26*9*18 fronts & 25.5*12*17 rears.  Full logs.  $75,000.

 Hank Watts, 408-245-4040 PDT
BBS wheel1 BBS wheel 16 x 8.  3 piece NOS, never mounted, for 911.  Not perfect, clear coat on outside rim starting to show age.  $500

contact Steve McCrory at
BBS wheel
Authentic BBS LM Wheel for Porsche 18" x 9.5" et55 5x130 Bolt Pattern - $500 OBO ( price change)
I have one spare, authentic BBS LM wheel for sale. It is 18" x 9.5" et55 with standard 5x130 Porsche bolt pattern. It fits perfectly as a rear wheel on 986 Boxsters, but also can work on 993 and 996 narrow body models. New these wheels run close to $1000 each plus shipping and sales tax. They are also made to order and take time for delivery. These wheels are period appropriate to '90s and early '00s Porsches and are considered by many as the most desirable aftermarket wheels.

Spec: 1 Rear Wheel: 18" x 9.5" et 55
Condition: Like-New and never mounted. There are two small knicks in the lip from being moved around in storage, otherwise it is pristine and clean enough to eat off of.  Price: $500 OBO (+ shipping and PayPal fees if not local)

Local buyers with cash-in-hand preferred (SF Bay Area), but I am willing to ship these at the buyer's expense. Contact me at or 510-882-6745.

Classified ads for Porsches and Porsche-related parts or accessories are available at no charge to PCA members and may be submitted to the editor via email by the 5th of the month to be included in that month's issue of der Riesenbaum. Ads will run for three months, space permitting, unless canceled by the seller. Classified ads are also included in the der Marktplatz section on our Club website. Editor may modify ad copy as needed based on space constraints, and is not responsible for content, errors or omissions. Commercial ads are not accepted. Please contact Sponsorship Director Simone Kopitzki at 415.299.7563 for sponsorship information and rates. 


Der Riesenbaum is the official newsletter of the Porsche Club of America, Redwood Region, encompassing Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Napa, and Sonoma Counties. This publication is intended to inform Club members about Club activities and other related matters of interest. The opinions expressed in der Riesenbaum are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position of the Porsche Club of America, Redwood Region, its officers, or its members.


Letters to the editor, feedback, questions, and suggestions about der Riesenbaum and the Redwood Region in general are welcome. We also encourage members to submit photos and/or write-ups about Club events or related activities. Written contributions and photos are welcome and should be emailed to the editor. The submission deadline for publication in der Riesenbaum is the 5th day of the month for that month's publication. Material received after the deadline will be considered for publication the following month. The editorial staff reserves the right to edit all material submitted for publication.


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