Please find the club’s older news posts listed below.
Posted on July 11, 2019
At the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed, Porsche Motorsport released the 2019 RSR, said to be 95% new, to run for the next three race seasons. As said in the press release, “Porsche remains committed to naturally aspirated engines in motorsport.”
See Porsche’s website for more photos, videos, and details!
Posted on January 27, 2019
Several of our members received this e-mail:
Porsche of Quad Cities, which has long served the greater Davenport area with Porsche sales and service, has ceased operations and, effective as of January 15, 2019, is no longer an authorized Porsche dealer.
There are a number of authorized Porsche dealers in the wider area ready to support you with your Porsche related sales and service needs. For your convenience, the closest Porsche dealerships include:
Porsche of Peoria,
Napleton’s Auto Werks,
Porsche of Omaha,
Should you need additional information on our nationwide dealer network, owner programs or other customer services, please visit us online at porscheusa.com or contact 1-800-PORSCHE to speak with a Porsche Customer Care representative.
On behalf of all of us at Porsche Cars North America, we appreciate your passion for driving in its purest form and thank you for your continued interest in Porsche.
Your Porsche Team
Posted on October 7, 2018
Several club members attended Rennsport Reunion VI at the WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. Click here to view the full photo gallery.
Posted on August 15, 2018
Those of you who weren’t able to make it to this year’s Porsche Parade missed a good time, despite some very hot, humid weather. In addition to the grand array of cars that made it to Concours, the Porsche Exclusive Department brought a striking showcase 911 Targa along, so members could see some of the specializations they can make outside the normal production line.
They told us an early 911 Targa undergoing restoration in their Classic Department formed the inspiration for this 2018 991.2 Targa 4S. Finished in a paint-to-sample match to the early Seventies’ safety “Signal Yellow” color, we found it a charming blend of old and new. Back in the early Seventies, Porsche added several “safety colors” into their color palette, to increase visibility of their physically small-for-the-era cars, with Signal Yellow being one of the brightest choices. How different than the Porsche standard colors of the 21st Century, which are mostly monochromatic metallics — boring.