• Lone Star Resion PCA Get Together (GTG)
    In an effort to provide more opportunities
    for members to meet on an informal basis.
    LSR is encouraging participation in weekend
    morning meet-ups for coffee. Currently we
    have events in Spring (NW), Woodlands (N),
    Piney Point (Central), Friendswood (SE),
    Galveston (E).
  • High Speed DE
    A DE is a chance for you to drive your car
    in the controlled enviroment of a track
    setting. DE event are usually held on
    the 2.9 mile long. 15 turn road coarse at
    Texas World Speedway, located near College
    station, Texas. From time to time the track
    layout may change to provide a new format.
  • Car Control
    If you are new to the world of Porsche or
    an experienced driver but unsure of your
    vehicle's capabilities and your ability to
    control and enjoy it, the Lone Star Region
    offers its Car Control School. The
    instructional activity provides you with
    survivability skills that apply both to
    everyday driving and the track environment.
    We want you to be comfortable and enjoy your
    vehicle, no matter what situation arises...
  • Concour
    A Concours d' Elegance is an assembly of
    autos in competition on their relative merits
    in terms of coach work, design, finish. LSR
    Concours are based on the pratical reality
    that most of us have many other priorities,
    limited time, and may well use our Porsches
    as daily-drivers. The odds are that most
    of the cars shown locally are prepared
    in a few hours and generally driven to
    the event prior to a final cleanup.
    Everyone should have a good time enjoying
    their cars and meeting other enthusiasts.
  • Social
    Our social activities are one of the best ways
    we have to get folks with all of those
    unique interests together. What better
    way to meet Porsche lovers than over
    a nice meal and/or refreshments at many
    of the great establishments Southeast Texas
    has to offer.
  • Autocross
    autocross is an entry-level competitive
    driving event around a course defined
    by traffic cones. Requires very little
    car prep, time or money. You get a
    chance to walk away with a trophy and
    meet new friends at the event. If you're
    not sure what an autocross is go to YouTube
    and look up our Cone killer series.

Lone Star Region Tech Q&A

Porsche owners, unlike many people who own "regular" cars, have a very high interest in how their cars work and how to keep them operating at their optimum level.

For those of you with detailed technical questions, LSR suggests you log on to the PCA web site Tech Forum. There, after you log on, you can search a large database by related models or by components within related models like engines, missions, brakes, electrical, etc., or in general categories like interior / exterior.

If you can't find your answer in the PCA database(and you are logged on as a PCA member), you can also ask your specific question of the appropriate PCA Tech Expert.

Many times, however, you are interested in acquiring some local knowledge that is not in the PCA database, like:

  • Where should I go in the Houston area to buy tires?
  • Who can dress my scratched up alloy wheels?
  • Can someone locally do a mechanical inspection of a Porsche I am interested in buying?

There are two ways to ask these or other technical questions:

  • Post your question on the Lone Star Region FaceBook Page. You must be a member of FaceBook and join the Lone Star Region Group on FaceBook in order to post.
  • Ask the LSR Technical Advisor. He will research your question or circulate it among knowledgeable Region members for a response.

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