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Thread: PCA vintage class racing at Laguna Seca

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    Moderator Chuck Miller's Avatar
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    Thumbs up PCA vintage class racing at Laguna Seca


    I just got this from Skip Carter, track coordinator for PCA's Grand Prix region and Editor of the PCA's Club's Racing News.

    Hi Chuck,

    The PCA Club Race at Laguna Seca this July will include the first PCA Vintage Group Club Race west of the Rockies. I’d appreciate you getting this info out to the Early 911S members and anyone else you think might be interested.

    Here’s an update on that PCA Club Race that will have separate Vintage Group sessions. If anyone is interested, there are a few hoops they will need to go through (getting car tech’d and race license). PCA will bend over backwards to try to get these things done, but it does take some time, so they need to move on it quickly.

    Have them contact Fred Pfeiffer if they run into trouble with the links below. Fred is the Vintage Group coordinator.

    Skip Carter
    Chuck Miller
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    Senior Member raspritz's Avatar
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    Wish I could. I plan on racing in the Vintage VU group at the PCA RoadAmerica Club Race.


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    Skip was in my garage last Saturday, gave me some copies of the PCA Club Racing News.
    They put out a very nice quarterly PCA Porsche racing magazine.
    Skip mentioned that PCA has a Vintage Porsche race planned for Laguna Seca.
    My cup of tea.

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