Welcome to the PCA Bluegrass Region website!  If you are passionate about Porsche and want to fully enjoy the experience of owning this fantastic German precision driving machine, we want to get to know you better.  So, let’s start by telling you About Us.

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Please welcome our new members!

Shawn Leonard (1987 944 Red) and Steve Matherly (2017 718 Boxster Guard Red )

As of June 2020, we have 176 primary members and 105 affiliate members for a total of 281.

The search is on!!!

Rumble Scavenger Hunt ends July 31st

Just for more July fun!  Our Rumble Scavenger Hunt will continue to accept entries thru July 31. You will need to answer eighteen questions to be eligible for the the drawing. Only one entry per member please.  The drawing will be held the first week of August.  The prize will be a Bluegrass Region hat or shirt from the PCA store.  Join the HUNT by following the link: https://forms.gle/o6tPv3Qe69ibnFBR8 

Good luck in the HUNT! 

Coronavirus Covid-19 Update

We received PCA National direction about their requirements around events from our President, Tom Gorsuch. He addressed three areas.

First is a requirement that each of us attending a PCA managed event, complete a Communicable Disease Waiver (CDW) (updated June 25, 2020) . This waiver is effective from signing until May 26, 2021. Our BGS Board is looking at what system we use to ensure forms are completed and filed. The second area gives us Guidelines for PCA Officers and Event Organizers. The final area gives Member Safety Guidelines. Please take time to read the documents as they will influence how our events will be held. If you have any questions or concerns please contact one of our Board Members.

PCA and Porsche events and the Coronavirus

Due to the novel Coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, automotive events around the world have been postponed or cancelled, and events held by and/or related to Porsche Club of America are no exception. Here is a list of PCA and Porsche-related events and their current statuses. We will update this page as more information becomes available. PCA-hosted events are in bold.

Porsche Club Cars & Coffee

Porsche Club Cars & Coffee, July 11th

Welcome Back! Our monthly Porsche Club Cars & Coffee will be July 11, 10:00am – 11:30am at Ramsey’s Diner, 4391 Old Harrodsburg Rd, Lexington, KY 40513, USA (map)

Join us for a very casual breakfast, Porsche tales, and parking lot spectating.

The Patio will be reserved for BGR PCA. They can accommodate 10 people with social distancing. Note that the parking lot does not have these limits on how many vehicles can be displayed there. Members and guests attending will need to sign the PCA Communicable Disease Waiver (CDW) for this event.

Monthly Social

Monthly Social, July 19th

Welcome Back! Our July monthly social will be Sunday, July 19th. How about we meet you down by the river on Sunday, July 19?  Our July Social will be held at Hall’s on the River, 1225 Athens Boonesboro Rd, Winchester, KY 40391 (859-527-6620).  Social will be 5:30 – 6:30pm.  Larry Dukes, Club Social Chair, has set up an Eventbrite page for registrations.  The link to the page is https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brpca-july-social-halls-on-the-river-tickets-113113234730.  Please register no later than Thursday the 16th so that Larry can give the restaurant an idea of how many members will be attending.

Members and guests attending will need to sign the PCA Communicable Disease Waiver (CDW) for this event.

The Milwaukee region PCA is extending an invite to Zone 13 regions to participate in the July 19 autocross which will be held at the Road America Motorplex.

Registration for the July 19 event is now open:  Details and sign up can be found at Milwaukee Region PCA July 19th Autocross

What’s autocross? It’s a safe, performance-handling experience in which participants learn how to quickly maneuver one’s car around a course marked by pylons in an open parking lot. Instructors are available to teach the finer points of this low-speed event. Drivers compete against the clock, with one to three drivers on the course at any one time. Cars are kept a safe distance from each other. No modifications are necessary to one’s car to compete.

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Track Chair – Jamie Diehl

Message From Our Track Chair – Jamie Diehl

Check out our Track Corner (on our Main Menu) for more details.

If you wonder what it is truly like, the PCA put out a great video about HPDE. Do you want to learn more about PCA Drivers Education ProgramCheck this video out! 

The mission and purpose of the Porsche Club of America’s Drivers Education Program is to provide a safe, structured and controlled teaching and learning environment. The PCA DE  Program is designed so that participants can improve their driving abilities and acquire a better understanding of vehicle dynamics and driving safety. Participants will experience first-hand the capabilities of high performance automobiles in a controlled, closed-course environment and acquire skills that will enhance safer vehicle operation in all driving situations.

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Message from our Zone Rep

Zone 13 Rep April 2020 Newsletter from Jack Stephenson

Included in Jack’s Newsletter:
It’s hard to believe it was only a couple months ago when the invite went out to all the Presidents of Zone 13 to attend the annual President’s Meeting. Once again it was scheduled to be held in Chicago over a Saturday and Sunday in March. The weather was going to be improving as spring time approached, and we had 6 new presidents coming to take part in their first meeting, (which was also going to be my final meeting as I am in the last year of my term as Zone Rep.) It was shaping up to be a great weekend, but a little virus had a different idea. Little did we know at that time how drastic things were going to change.