• 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 Autocross Classes

The basic reference for determining which class your car will compete in for Lone Star Region Autocross events is the PCA Parade Specifications. LSR classes will consist of 5 groups consolidated into; the following classes. If you have a motor swap you're in a race class. Like a cayman with a 3.8L is a race car. A Miata with a v8 is a race car. Etc

Street Class

  • 911 - air cooled (1997 and older)

  • 911 - water cooled (1998 and newer)

  • 911 - AWD. and turbos. This means all turbos from the 930 to the new ones AND all C4's.

  • Boxsters & Caymans (except the Cayman R...see below)

  • Front engine Porsches (yes all of them...cayannes too)

  • 4 cyl Porsches (356, 912 and 914 I believe is all)

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Race Class

  • Special Porsches - Anything with GT or R in the name (GT3, GT2, GTS, Carrera GT, Cayman R ...etc)

  • Racecar Porsches - Did you drive it here? Are your tires over 140 treadwear? Well here you go. :)

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Ladies and Instructors

  • Ladies - Any car on Any tire

  • INS - Pre approved instructors ONLY

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X-Class Street Cars

  • X1 - AWD cars

  • X2 - RWD cars

  • X3 - FWD cars and sub 100hp 4cyl cars (like the 2002

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X-Class Race Cars

  • X4 - DOT race tires excluding Hoosier Autocross tires

  • X5 - Hoosier Autocross tires and non DOT slicks

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