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  • February 14, 2019 11:42 am

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When: promptly at 07:30 am, Sunday June 3, 2018

Where:  the parking lot at the main entrance of the Bass Pro Shops in the Tsawwassen Mills Shopping Mall, 5000 Canoe Pass Way, Tsawwassen to sign waivers and for the driver’s meeting.


We then proceed to the B.C. Ferries terminal for the 9:00 am sailing to Swartz Bay.  From there we drive to Victoria and north on the “Malahat” to the Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit located near Duncan.


At the track we will have a tour of the facility followed by lunch at the track.  After lunch we will make several “parade laps” of the circuit.  We will then depart for Duke Point over scenic rural roads of the Cowichan Valley for the 5:45 pm B.C. Ferries sailing back to Tsawwassen.


Reservation on the morning BC Ferry to Swartz Bay recommended.

Set menu lunch provided at the track $35 / person
(Naan, zucchini pakoras, cous cous salad, Daal Gosht (Lamb with lentil), fried cauliflower, coconut basmati rice, and dessert Chai panna cotta)

Please indicate if there are any food allergies.

Passengers must be registered as well.

This tour is limited to 15 cars.

Register at Link below

Vancouver Island Motorsport Park TOUR»


The ” ICONIC” Duffy Lake Tour October 1st

The ” ICONIC” Duffy Lake Tour October 1st

  • September 25, 2017 6:56 pm





Join us for “The ICONIC” (Duffy Lake) Drive!

Note: Possibly (weather permitting) this season’s final major Jeff’s Coffee and Curves drive for the year.

Starting in Langley, plan for 10.5 amazing hrs – Hope (coffee/rest), Princeton (snacks/fuel), Merritt (lunch), Lillooet (snacks/fuel), Duffey Lake Rd, Pemberton (snacks/fuel) ending at Starbucks 5339 Headland Drive, West Vancouver.

This is “The ICONIC” BC drive


If you have never driven, or not driven it this year, or have driven it this year…  you need to drive this road (again)!

Start: 7:00am – Starbucks Langley – 20159  88th Avenue, Langley, BC.  (Wavers signed)

Hope: 8:30am – Tim Hortons, 250 Old Hope Princeton Way, Hope, BC (Wavers signed for new arrivals)

End:  6:00pm – Starbucks, Headland Drive, Caulfield Mall, West Vancouver, BC

Hope to see you out!



Okturbofest                              October 20th Registration is OPEN

Okturbofest October 20th Registration is OPEN

  • September 25, 2017 6:27 pm



















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Porsche Rennsport Reunion VI Set for 2018 in Monterey

Porsche Rennsport Reunion VI Set for 2018 in Monterey

  • August 22, 2017 6:29 pm











Porsche Cars North America and Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca  announced the next Porsche Rennsport Reunion will take place at the famed California racetrack in 2018. The upcoming Family Reunion has been expanded to four days and will be held Sept. 27-30, 2018.

In what has become a tradition, Rennsport Reunion VI will bring together an extraordinary gathering of significant Porsche race cars, as well as those who have designed, engineered, and driven them to victory in the world’s most famous sports car races.

Hosted by PCNA, the four-day program of on-track competition will be complemented by a Concours d’Elegance, which is open to invited race participants.

Save the date for this EPIC EVENT

Book  accommodations early


Porsche Will Reportedly Quit Le Mans Prototype Racing After This Year

Porsche Will Reportedly Quit Le Mans Prototype Racing After This Year

  • July 27, 2017 8:00 am

Audi’s stunning exit from LMP1 endurance racing last year put the whole class in limbo. With only two manufacturers participating—Porsche and Toyota—and with no others expressing interest, it seemed like the LMP1 class could be on the way out. That might happen sooner than we thought: German media and Sportscar365 report Audi’s corporate stablemate, Porsche, will soon announce its plans to quit the World Endurance Championship’s (WEC) LMP1 class after the end of this season.

Rumors of Porsche’s LMP1 exit began picking up intensity over the last couple of weeks, with team boss Andreas Seidl announcing that the program’s fate would be decided this month. Porsche’s LMP1 program is rumored to cost over $200 million per year—an increasingly unappealing expense when there’s only one other competitor in the series.

There’s also the fact that Porsche’s parent company, Volkswagen, is still reeling from its expensive diesel-emissions cheating scandal. As a result of this, VW faces hefty fines, and an expensive recall program, plus, it’s now putting huge capital into developing electric cars.

Speaking to Belgian publication DH yesterday, Porsche factory driver André Lotterer didn’t express much optimism about the LMP1 program’s future.

“They are not going to make a statement to say that we are continuing the program,” Lotterer said. “After Audi last year, [we] are fed up … What happens to sports car [racing]?”

Of course, exiting LMP1 means that Porsche will no longer have a top-level entry for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, a race that has defined the brand for almost its entire history. After this year’s victory, Porsche has 19 overall wins at Le Mans, more than any other manufacturer.

Porsche will still likely campaign its 911 RSR in the WEC’s GTE-Pro class and support customer teams in the GTE-Am class, so there will be Porsches at Le Mans. Just not prototypes.

If Porsche exits LMP1, Toyota—whose program has faced heartbreaking defeat year after year—will be the only automaker in the class. Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda promised to return to Le Mans next year, but it’s hard to imagine the company will want to stick with LMP1 if there are no other entrants.

Are we witnessing the death of LMP1? Unless the FIA pulls off a miracle and either convinces Porsche to stay or attracts a new competitor, it’s hard to see where the class goes. Lots of automakers would like to win Le Mans, but not if it’s prohibitively expensive, as it is now.

Cruise the Shore for LGH !    JULY 22

Cruise the Shore for LGH ! JULY 22

  • July 18, 2017 9:26 pm

Join us on Saturday, July 22 at Ambleside Park for Cruise the Shore for Lions Gate Hospital
Bring the family and join us for a day of beautiful cars, children’s activities, refreshments, food, music, and much more!Public entry by donation, raising funds for a new Medical & Surgical Centre.
Date: Saturday, July 22, 2017Time: 2pm – 8pm
Place: Ambleside Park, West VancouverRegistration: $25 per car. Register your car at
NOTE:  Club Affiliation:  Porsche Club PCA-CWR

Hope to see you there!


Derek Gagne, Good WorksChair


Register here


Two Dam Twisty Tour – June 11th

Two Dam Twisty Tour – June 11th








If you want to see parts of the Fraser Valley you have only heard about, check this tour out!

Please note that this tour is limited to 15 cars.

Date:  Sunday, June 11, 2017

Time:  9:30 am drivers meeting, 10:00 am departure

Place: Starbuck’s, 8660 – 200th Street, Langley   (south side of Hwy 1 next to KPMG)

DETAILS:   In the morning we will drive lesser travelled scenic and twisty roads through Langley, Glenn Valley, Bradner, Sumas, Clayburn, Chilliwack, Agassiz and Harrison Mills.

A lunch stop is planned at the Sandpiper Golf Course ($20.00/person brunch buffet) at Harrison Mills on the Harrison River.

After lunch we will travel the back roads of Hatzic, Steelhead, Mission, Ruskin, Matsqui and Mount Lehman.

The tour concludes at the Tim Horton’s, 26474 – 56th Avenue, Langley.

The tour will be approximately 200km in length.

Registration is Required

         Click Here to Register

Brian McCormack

Cell 604 250 2877


Ladies Only Whistler Weekend June 9th & 10th

Ladies Only Whistler Weekend June 9th & 10th

June 9th & 1oth

It’s time for us gals to cruise on up to Whistler!

Start from Starbucks, Caulfield, West Van and stop in Squamish for a coffee. Then arrive @ Legends Hotel for wine, a swim or hot tub. Lastly, a dinner @Rim Rock Cafe.

Those that want ot stay overnight are welcome.

Marolyn’s condo can sleep 7…I need to know firm #’s for additional hotel room.

On Saturday en suite  massages can be booked and then a jewelry show for some fun fashion. Stay another night as Marolyn is planning on leaving on Sunday.

Finally, a cruise on back into Van.

PLEASE EMAIL MAROLYN directly to book at   My cell is:  604-813-7869

Cinco de Mayo Porsche drive May 6th

Cinco de Mayo Porsche drive May 6th

This year, to avoid traffic, we’re having our Cinco De Mayo event as a Cuatro De Mayo event on Saturday (May 6)!

DRIVE (TOUR): The tour will consist of a drive up the Sea to Sky Highway with scenic diversions at Britannia Beach and the Quest University Campus in Squamish before dinner at Pepe & Gringos Restaurant at 40359 Tantalus Way, Garibaldi Highlands in Squamish.

Rain or Shine – Ole!

Date: Saturday, May 6, 2017

Time: 4:30 pm for wavers and coffee

Place:  Starbucks, Caulfield Village, 5339 Headland Dr, West Vancouver

Drivers Meeting:  4:45 pm

Drive:  5:00 pm SHARP!

Dine:  Pepe & Gringos Restaurant at 40359 Tantalus Way, Garibaldi Highlands in Squamish

Contact: For more information & RSVP:

Brian McCormack 604-250-2877