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 2016 Redwood Region calendar online.

June 2016
Saturday6/18AX #5
Saturday6/25Porsches on the Plaza

July 2016
Saturday7/9AX #6
Saturday7/16Sacramento Auto Museum
Saturday7/23Field Stone Winery Tour

Click here  for a single-page 2016 Redwood Region calendar in PDF format.

From the Editor

by Jamie DeRuiter, der Riesenbaum Editor

   What a crazy month this past month has been.  I raced, backpacked, got swarmed and saw a Playtypus.

  Our Zone 7 autocross was a great time as usual.  Rain threatened us all day but never made it to the course on Saturday.  Our annual dinner event was fun.  I got to meet Ralph and Linda who came down from Grass Valley for the event.  On Sunday I realized that Curtis Robertson had beat me the day before in his well prepared 914.  We went at each other again Sunday and I'm not sure I would have beat him if he hadn't pulled out of his run group early.  Great driving Curtis!

  My son came home from college so we had a chance to go backpacking on a small stretch of the Pacific Crest Trail.  It was his first backpack trip so I didn't want to push him too hard.  We managed about five miles in and back to a tiny lake just outside the Lassen Volcanic National Park.  When we got back to town a swarm of bees had taken over our apple tree.  Watching the beekeepers deal with the swarm was very educational.  Those bees are busy now making honey for the Qunicy farmers market.

  Last weekend I went to the Sonoma Historics where we host our Porsche corral every year.  Kurt Fischer hosts the corral every year and is there to welcome and entertain our fellow Porsche enthusiasts.  I watched the morning run groups and walked through the racers prep area taking in the sounds and smells.  In the program for the event I saw there was a Porsche Platypus...a what?  Really Kurt?  Then Kurt told me there was something called a Porsche Pooper.  Come on!  You're joking.  No, there really is a Platypus and a Pooper (Mini Cooper/ Porsche, get it?).  

  The lakes are full.  The roads are dry.  Get your Porsche to an event before this summer says goodbye.

Shift Toward Adventure,

Presidents Message
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by Mike Hinton, President

  With the passing of Memorial Day, we're unofficially into the summer season!  For me, summer has always been about driving, and this year is no exception.  My unofficial kickoff to the summer driving season was the 2016 version of Targa California, and this year, fellow Redwood Region members Vern Rogers and Tom Strobel joined me on the drive.  The drive had a bit more adventure than I had bargained for (the starter on my 914 died, and the engine ran INCREDIBLY hot the entire time), but the driving, nearly 1,600 miles in all, made it all worthwhile.  The highlight of the trip was some very spirited parade laps around the Buttonwillow race track.  If you have a pre-1976 vehicle, the Targa is a must-do for all enthusiasts.
  The Redwood Region already has a couple of autocross events in the books, with plenty more to come.  I was able to participate in the April and May events, and am having a great time terrifying myself in my new-to-me GT3.  We have another autocross event on the horizon (June 18), which promises to be fun.  Unfortunately, I will be missing that event due to the BIG road trip of the year.  I'm planning to drive the GT3 to Porsche Parade in Jay Peak Vermont.  It should "only" be about 3,300 miles to get there...  After Parade, Craig Steele and I will return via the Lincoln Highway, which was the first cross-country highway in the United States.  We plan to stick to the original, 1913 route to the extent possible.  There should be some good pictures, stories, and meals ahead!
  Although I'll be out of town, I urge all of you to attend the Porsches on the Plaza event, held in the downtown square of Sonoma on June 25.  It's essentially a low-key car show, and gives you a chance to show off your ride in a non-competitive setting.  There is a wonderful park adjacent to the parking area, so bring a picnic lunch and liquid refreshments, and take the opportunity to mingle with your fellow Redwood Region members!  I should add that all of the proceeds from this event are donated to our designated charity, CASA, and CASA will have a presence at the event.
  Once I return from the big driving adventure, I'm looking forward to seeing all of you at an autocross or other upcoming event.  We have had several members attend their first autocross or other event this year, and we'd love to get the opportunity to meet more of you!  If you have any questions concerning the upcoming events, or if you have an idea for an additional event, please contact us.  Our contact information is below.
Mike Hinton - President, 707-963-7827,
Craig Steele - Vice-President, 707-953-1100,
Chip Witt - Secretary, 707-481-8804,
Jerry Gladstone - Treasurer, 707-525-8623,
Vern Rogers - Past President, 415-420-9567,

In The Zone
by Sandy Provasi, Zone 7 Representative
I just returned from a great weekend in Ione, CA for SVR's CRAB weekend. Sacramento Valley Region did a wonderful job bringing back CRAB to a sell-out crowd. It was three days of Porsche fun and an airshow to top it off. Thanks SVR and the CRAB 36 volunteers!
There is a small group of Zone 7 people heading to Jay Peak, Vermont for the annual Porsche Parade. That will take up the rest of June for me. During the week, I will attend the board meeting for PCA and bring back info for next years Parade in Spokane, Washington.  Start planning now for next summer.
Re post: still-needed Zone 7 Treasurer!  Zone 7 is now incorporated. So, we need to have a treasurer. It will be a very easy job.  Mainly we need someone to file the tax returns. Since we have little money, it will be easy! More questions? Call me.
Safe driving,
Sandy Provasi
Zone 7 Rep

Porsches on the Plaza support CASA June 25th 9am - 3pmporschesontheplaza

Register for the event HERE

Iceman Report:  Crab 36, May 13-15 2016
 by Craig Steele
  It's been a while since I have written an article. I need to get back in practice for my cross-country tour starting on June 16th in Lemon CO. I will be going to Parade at Jay Peak, VT then to NYC to follow the original Lincoln highway to SF (3100 miles). Let's get back to my report. I started to attend the SVR planning meeting last year at the invitation of Kim Nelson. He is the co-chair and a past President of the region. I was very impressed with the forty volunteers who manage all aspects of the event. There are countless items to manage in organizing an event like this. It had been five years (2008) since the last Crab and that was the 35th , just in case you didn't know what the 36 stood for.  Kim introduced me and said I would bring 20 RR Porsches to the event, actually only 6 RR members signed up. No problem, this event sold out way before the cut-off on May 10th.
  I invited my friend, Ron Breeze, ex-RR member, to attend the event with me. He is an excellent photographer and shared this link:
   It highlights some of his best Crab 36 photos. We stayed at the Best Western Lodge where about fifty plus Porsches were parked. On Friday the 13th we headed to the Welcome party at the Eagle's Nest airstrip. It was fun see some old friends as well as a lot of Porsches along with a bunch of people new to me. There was a Goodie store and vendors showing their wares. The sponsorship was outstanding in supporting this event including the local Porsche dealership Niello. They were the biggest sponsor for this event and offered test drives on Saturday and Sunday in a Macan and 911 Turbo. You couldn't do everything; however, Bob and Anita tried.  Ron and I drove back to our room and immediately collapsed into a deep sleep.

  Saturday was the AX tour to Volcano. A tiny little village of homes, a post office and a few shops can be found here that have been open for over 150 years. The plaques in the middle of town talk about the history of this little settlement, north of Jackson off Highway 88. We were lucky to follow the SVR Tour Chair during our drive. Other groups got really lost. Ron and I enjoyed the whole trip. I would like to re-visit Volcano again when there are not so many people milling around. The weather was very cooperative the whole weekend. We continued on the drive taking in the Daffodil Hill and headed back to Crab 36.

  The next activity was the PM auto cross, which is my most tired time of the day. There was a mile long out and back route that circled a big square box at it's furthest distances. There were only three runs per car. I was spoiled at our AX last week, I got 13 runs both days. Anyway, I didn't DNF and had only one clean run. It was not my best time. I had two runs; one with a single cone and the other had two cones. I hate those tight 914 turns. It was very hot in the afternoon. I was assigned one of busiest stations that had a ton of cones being hit. I was running a lot to prepare the course for the next car. I was ready for a shower after that and looking forward to getting ready for the crab feed.  When we arrived we started to pick out our table and get our drinks. The hanger was our dining area and we shared it with a F2UG Corsair with striking red and white markings. This beauty is for sale for $10M. There were only ten ever produced by the Goodyear Company in 1945 and this is one of two still intact. It is very fast with an estimated 4,000 hp. It was in fine company with all of Porsches parked around the hanger.

  The crab feed was so much fun. We were surrounded by lots of Redwood Region and AX friends. I was glad I went to the last RR crab feed so I knew how to get keep up with the crab feeder. Howard and LaVergne were especially talented in the art of finding the most crabmeat. The evening had plenty of things to hear from our host including live music. Ron and I ducked out and headed for sleepy land.  We were bushed and we had a rally to do Sunday morning.
  Sunday was our pack-up day.  We got a good breakfast, paid our bill and gassed up the Porsches. The Rally started for us at exactly 8:09am. Ron was driving and I was navigating. I had no idea what I was doing and in spite of that we still found the first checkpoint. We got lost several times before the next checkpoint. This part of the course is where we got most of our 300 points. We felt good returning to the hanger. We shared our adventures with our newfound friends and old buddies. We enjoyed our beer and brats while waiting for the main event, the air show. We all walked out to the airstrip as pilot Brian Sander treated us to a spectacular demonstration of aerobatics and precision flying complete with wing tip smoke generators. This plane is a stunning example of aircraft art and is pretty fast at 400 knots too. It spun and rolled in the sky with the greatest of ease and smoothness. After the air show, we finished up with awards. Bob and Anita, along with Sharon Castle, got awards for the rallye finish and AX time placement. Ron and I had a lot of fun. He drove back to Monterey and I headed back to Santa Rosa. Crab 36 was a great event. Plan to attend the next one.



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ax5Redwood Region Autocross #5, June 18th

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Zone 7 Autocross #3 & #4
by Grady Carter,  Autocross Director

  The May Zone 7 autocross weekend started with a less than hopeful weather forecast and very forbidding skies.  A few autocrossers from the east and south, including Zone 7 Representative Sandy Provasi, braved the forecast to join the Redwood regulars along with a pair of Redwood first timers, Ralph and Linda.

  As the hills around us got soaked throughout the day, Mother Nature was kind and left us dry.  We put in 13 runs with Monty Pack coming out on top in his '14 GT3.  I'm sure Ed Hunter would have given Monty a tough fight but his race 914 sheared the drive flange bolts at the start of his fourth run. 

  There were some close fought battles amongst the action. In the AX12 class Curtis Robertson (GGR) edging out Jamie DeRuiter (RR) by 0.181 seconds while in AX8 Larry Sharp (LPR) out gunned Grady Carter by 0.266 seconds.  Ladies' top time of the day was taken by Sandy Provasi (LPR) over Redwooder Stacy O'Connell by 0.351 seconds.

  Saturday evening a group of hardy autocrossers met up for the Zone dinner.  Good food and great conversation was enjoyed by all.  We were even joined by Ed after his 6 hour round trip of taking his broken 914 home and bringing back his 911.

  Ideal autocross weather on Sunday brought in a few more invaders from other PCA regions.  Andrew Blyholder, GGR Autocross Director, and his race 914 showed everyone how it is done with top time of the day.  He was chased by Dave Dunwoodie (LPR) in his race 911.

  The battles in AX12 and AX8 continued but this time it was the Redwooders prevailing.  Jamie got Curtis by 0.308 seconds and Grady squeaked past Larry by 0.083 seconds.  Vern Thomas, Zone 7 Autocross Director and a Redwooder, put her skills to use and came away with top time of day for the ladies.

  We had another new Redwood member join us.  After observing on Saturday Fred just had to come out and join in the fun on Sunday.  Judging from the smile on his face all day he just might be back.

  For me it is off to the next Zone autocross in Stockton on June 11 (I just hope someone turns on the air conditioning there) and then our next Redwood event on June 18.

Happy motoring,

Grady Carter

2015 Zone 7 award winners from left to right:  Grady Carter, Bob Schoenherr, Tosh Yumae, Ed Hunter

Rocky Mountain High Way  July 27-31, 2016

Sierra Nevada Region Concours July 30-31

Treffen Lake Tahoe September 7-11, 2016

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Redwood History 

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CRAB Twelve
Under threatening skies we drove to the Red Lion Inn, where the partying promptly got under way, gather momentum as the sun sank in the West. 
By the time the Autocross second run group was on the grid it was pouring down rain.  Our own Brian Burry deserves a DUMKOFF award for keeping his windshield wipers on to watch the Auto X and running his battery down so that his car wouldn't start when it was his turn to auto x!!
 A Gold Country Tour was planned for June 4/5 with a gold mine tour set for Saturday and a Sunday Brunch. 
If you had $7,000 you could buy a 1960 356 Roadster, SCCA Race Car from Arnold O'Shields or a 1963 356C Cabriolet for $13,000.  For something a little newer,  perhaps a 1978 911 SC, dark mocha brown/matching full leather for $21,750.
From the looks of the cover, summer was on its way.

Carlsen Porsche GGR Beginner Autocross School July 23rd

Announcing the Annual
Carlsen Porsche GGR Beginner Autocross School !!!!!!!!!
It will happen on Saturday July 23, 2016. It is really for beginners or people who have autocrossed only a few times.  If you have ever wondered what it is like to experience driving your Porsche on the edge (but safely in control) then this is for you.  This is a good safe place for drivers to learn about the handling of their Porsche.
The school will be on the large North runway area of the old Alameda NAS (just past the Alameda Ferry Terminal).   The day begins at 7:30 AM with registration, teching of cars, and then a driver's meeting at 8:15.  Students will then walk the course with their instructors.  After that, students will be driving on skidpads in order to learn the feel of an oversteering and an understeering car.  It is a lot of fun!!  In addition, there will be braking exercises.  The day will proceed with students running the Autocross course with their instructors, while half of the students learn to work the course.   
After the lunch break we continue to run cars in hour sessions until 5 PM.  It is truly a fun day with lots of learning.  One of the best parts is that students can get a ride in their instructor's car.  We try as best we can, to have instructors that have had experience with cars similar to the students. 
The school is sponsored by Carlsen Porsche. They are a Premier Porsche Dealer located at 3636 Haven Ave, Redwood City, CA 94063.  Their phone is 650-701-9200.  They can help you get the best Porsche to fit your needs.  In addition to new, they have Certified Pre-owned vehicles.  Their service department is top rated. 
You can practice your new skills at a regular GGR Autocross the next day, on Sunday the 24th, at Alameda. 
 If you sign up and pay the $120 fee, you get:
       1.  Instruction from the best and most experienced instructors in the west!! (Really)
       2.  A lunch including sandwiches, chips, cookies, sodas and water.
       3.  A Carlson Porsche Autocross School T-shirt.
       4.  The knowledge of how an Autocross is run, and how to work different jobs.
       5.  A basic knowledge of car control and you will learn great tips on how to handle your car.
       6.  A good feeling as part of your fee will be donated to a local charity, matched by PCA National.
       7.  You will drive home with a big smile on your face!!!!
If this sounds really good, then sign up now HERE  You will first need to create an account, then go to the Saturday, July 23rd date and select the Carlsen Porsche GGR Autocross School. If you have questions, email Howard Yao at or John Seidell at   We do limit the number of students to 50, so there is plenty of driving time.  Advance signup and payment is required.  See you there!!


Board Meeting Minutes

Chip Witt
by Chip Witt, Redwood Region Secretary

Redwood Region Board Meeting Minutes - The minutes from the May 31st, 2016 Board meeting will be available after approval at the July 26th, 2016 meeting.  Read previous board meeting minutes here.  
Our next Board Meeting is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on July 26th, 2016 at Novato Mary's Pizza Shack, 121 San Marin Drive, Novato, CA 94945. All members are welcome to attend.  
Membership Report
by Tom Short, Redwood Region Membership Director
In May 2016, 21PCA Redwood Region members marked five or more years in the club. A special thank you goes out to four members who marked anniversaries of over 30 years. Congratulations and thank you to all of you who are marking anniversaries - I hope you are enjoying your membership and taking advantage of all the great benefits our club has to offer!
In April we welcomed eight new members - I hope you take advantage of the excellent activities we have on tap as head into autumn. You will be receiving a complimentary Redwood Region name badge shortly, along with a coupon good for a free autocross. Check out our website for upcoming autocross events. Also, you can order a name badge for your associate member there as well.
Be sure to check out the calendar on our website, and keep an eye on it as new events are added as we finalize them. I encourage everyone to participate in your club's events - it's a great way to meet other PCA members and have some fun with great people and our amazing cars.
If you spot any errors or have any questions about membership please feel free to email me at or call me at 415-300-7457.
Tom Short

New Members:

Anniversaries (five years or more):

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
2016 Redwood Region Board of Directors

Executive Council                                                                        Appointed Directors
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Jamie De Ruiter

Craig Steele, Vice President
Grady Carter



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Chip Witt

Chip Witt, Secretary

Mac Cranford


vern rogers, Past President



   Ad-Hoc Committee


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Tom Short

Tom Short, Membership Director
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Zone 7 Representative

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 1999 Boxster headlights.  Low and high beam bulbs have been removed.  Tinted film covering yellow reflectors that could be removed.  Slight haze, but no other problems.  $100  Andy Cell 707-494-0100

2004 Boxster Project Car

WP0CA29834S620883 engine failed with IMS problem at 89,000 miles. Never crashed, never tracked. 2nd owner. 5 speed manual. Exterior (black), full leather interior (black), top (black) all in good shape. New rear brakes. 4 Michelin pilot sport tires at 84,500 miles. Full service record. More pictures available.

Asking $7,500. Offers accepted. 


1969 Porsche 911 GT Race Car with 3.4L Race Engine: !

Fully developed and sorted 1969 911 GT race car with fresh 3.4L racing engine. Currently set up for PCA and Porsche Racing Club GT3 class. Current engine, suspension design and set up by Mat Lowrance of Reno Rennsport.

 PCA and NASA logbooks. Dry weight of 19xx pounds (with oil). Fresh and unpainted 993 widebody fiberglass bodywork. Phone or email for details and additional photos. !

Dual axle open trailer with large front mounted tire rack, fuel jug storage and lockable tool box. ! Spares and supplies include fuel transport bottles, funnel, et cetera. ! A turnkey racing package. $125K + to duplicate, asking $54,000 OBO !

Contact: Neil Jackson: 925.785.0247 or Located in Orinda CA.

8mm Wheel spacers  ($100)
Pair of ECS Tuning 8mm wheel spacers with correct lug bolts (hub centric)for Porsche 997, 996, Boxster, Cayman..  May fit other Porsche models.  Have been used approx. 3 months of weekend driving, so essentially brand new.
New are priced at $124 + tax + shipping.  Open to offers.


2005 Boxster S: 63,875 mi.
Triple black, Rare factory hardback sport seats, HRE 567R wheels & stainless welded exhaust. I'm not sure the brand of exhaust it was on the car when we bought it.. Neillo Porsche in Rockland has done all the service work since we have owned it. Runs and looks great!  Additional pictures upon request.
Cell: 415-328-4718

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.

 $59,500. Contact Gary Willard 650-477-7039 or        

1997 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
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 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

1 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

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.


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