PCA National Upcoming Events:
Werks Reunion will be returning to the Monterey Peninsula on Friday,August 19th. Registration is open now —— just go to werksreunion.com. This is a highly anticipated event happening during Monterey Car Week along with the event of the week, the Pebble Beach Concours D ’elegance. The Monterey Historic races will also be held that week with PCA planning a hospitality tent on August 20-21st in conjunction with the races. This year’s event will be held at the Monterey Pines Golf course adjacent to the Monterey Airport and behind the Monterey County Fairgrounds. Last year’s venue held at the Bayonet Country Club is not available.
Fall Treffen will be held in Bend, Oregon from September 14-18th with registration opening on June 29th. If you have not yet attended one of these national premier events it is a do not miss opportunity to attend a Treffen close to home. Registration generally fills up in less than 30 minutes and is usually limited to 200 cars. For more information go to: treffen.pca.org.
Hospitality Tent at the Monterey Historic Races will be held on August 18th through August 20th. The event will be held at Laguna Seca Raceway and the hospitality tent will be open to PCA members and anyone who owns a Porsche. Tickets are required for parking in the Porsche Corral but any PCA member with proof of membership or a Porsche owner with key fob may enter the hospitality tent. Unlike past years, the hospitality tent will be open from Thursday through Saturday with no races being held on Sunday this year. The tent is likely to be in the lakebed area just across from the old location at Turn 5.
Volunteers Needed: I am looking for volunteers to help with staffing the hospitality tent and have a limited number of general admissions passes. If you are available to help out let me know which days you can help and send me an email to: email@example.com. I will need volunteers for Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Parade 2023 will be held at the La Quinta Resort in Palm Springs from June 18-24th. The hotel is a five -star rated
property that has a famous history of being the hangout for movie stars and the Hollywood elite during the 1940’s.
By Collin Fat
Photos by Collin Fat