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Pineview Run Lap

A video of a lap at Pineview Run (Mini Cooper S)

one lap Pineview sm

8-19-17 Autocross Results

8/13/17 autocross at Lafayette Motorsports Park

Auto X results

CNY Autocross @ Lafayette Motorsports Park

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Porsche Club Holiday Party

Porsche Club Holiday Party

What: Central New York PCA Holiday Party

When: Sunday December 11, 2015, 2-5 pm

Where: Doug & Carol Schrank, 3129 Hidden Lake Drive, Baldwinsville, N.Y. 13027. Located in Radisson, driving west on route 31 from route 481 or route 57, turn right at second light after crossing Seneca River (Drakes Landing) go almost to the end and turn left on Hidden Lake , first private drive on left and second house on left (Red). Art Vanore will be our parking attendant again this year. Please only park on one side of the private drive or Hidden Lake drive.

Dinner: Bring a dish to pass and your beverages, we will supply soda and coffee.

RSVP: trboporsch@aol.com

Toys for TOTS: Pleaseg bring an unwrapped gift

Questions: Email, phone 635-9479 or cell 317-6488

Fall Tour Report

Thanks to Doug Schrank for all his efforts – here is his report on the fall tour

CNY Porsche Club Fall Tour

A group of (8) cars made a scenic drive to Pennsylvania for this years Fall tour. The first (5) cars met at the Lafayette McDonalds and paraded to the Binghamton Cracker Barrel for a light lunch where we met (3) cars from the South. After lunch, we drove a combination of Rt. 81, 11 and some back roads to reach the Lackawanna Coal mine outside of Scranton. It was cold and dark down that 190-foot mineshaft, but many including myself, had never been in a mine before. After several caution and red lights, we did keep the cars together through the Scranton rush hour and made our way to the Bartonsville Hampton Inn. Stopped in Nicholson to view the Tunkhannock Viaduct, the highest and largest concrete railway bridge in North America capable of carrying the load of two trains at once. After a very frantic shopping trip and a quick pizza and sub take out order, we just managed to spread everything out as the first of our group arrived at the meeting room at 6:30 exactly.

An interesting thing about buying beer in Pennsylvania, the most any one person can purchase at once is a 12 pack and it must be paid for in the beer section. Luckily there were three of us and so we were able to get the amount we needed, but only after showing our ID’s, paying for each purchase separately and waiting while the cashier carefully wrapped each 12 pack individually.

With Happy Hour finally underway and everyone in attendance, we enjoyed mostly beer, some wine and other snacks, pizza and subs and a full bottle of Glenlivet 12 year old scotch. Thank you Bill!!

The Hampton Inn was fabulous, and believe it or not, our check inn clerk’s name was Porsche.

Saturday we attended the Autumn Timber Fest at Shawnee Mountain ski resort outside of Stroudsburg. The roads up and back to the ski area were nice and winding and enjoyed by all. The Timber festival was not crowded and easy to get around and included lumberjack competition, chainsaw and blacksmith demos, K9 competition and pig/goat races. We had food from the several lunch trucks and a few beers and back to the hotel for a well deserved nap.

Saturday night, we went to dinner at Longhorns Steakhouse in Bartonsville, which was just across the street. We had a very large group of (16) and they get very busy on Saturdays around 6 pm, but they seated us all in the same section at three tables.

After Sunday morning breakfast and checkout, we drove along the Delaware watergap to Port Jervis and then along the Delaware river back to NY. Again, the Pennsylvania roads did not disappoint with lots of curves and a few open stretches for higher speeds. It was a little cool but it never rained and the foliage was very beautiful.

2nd Autocross – 7/17

Autocross Details: Sunday July 17, 2016 THIS COMING WEEKEND!

Thanks to Bill Dawson for getting this site.

Directions: To Corning Community College.

From I 86 (old rt.17) take exit 46 toward Corning Glass Museum. (the glass museum would be a great place to drop off any passengers not interested in auto-x) continue over the bridge then turn left on Dennison Parkway. Make the second right turn to Chemung Street. Chemung St. becomes Spencer

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in about 2-3 miles. Other than the Glass Museum, downtown Corning boasts the Rockwell Museum, a variety of specialty glass shops, several outlet stores, numerous eatery’s, a few micro brewery’s and a movie theater.

We will be using Lots E & D see map

When registering via E -Mail Please include :

• name of driver

• Year model of car (class will be assigned)

• Preference of car number if you like .

Send to Gil at : Carol Wistrup <cgw611@twcny.rr.com>

 

Corning Community College .

Registration 11:00 am

First car off Noon will give us time to get there set up and have lunch .

Entry Fee $20.00 US Funds ! Entry fees will be collected at the event .

Club Picnic – 2016

CLUB Picnic – August 28 Sunday – All club members and guests are welcome

We have been invited to Join Tyler Stephenson and his wife at their place. Tyler is a member of the Burdick Porsche maintenance team. They have an 02 Boxster and enjoyed the Euro Car event this year so much that

they decided to host our Picnic at their pace.
Plenty of room to display our Porsches there, with shade.

Tyler reports that,
We are located on Route 20 just past Cazenovia in the quaint little town of Nelson. 2993 US Route 20 Cazenovia NY 13035. We house 13 horses at the former and famed Orchard Hill Farm now called Whispering Hill Equestrian Center. We are currently rehabilitating this beautiful piece of Equine History one stall, one board at a time. We offer full horse boarding, riding lessons, and training. Looking to have a Porsche Club Car Meet and BBQ on our front Cross Country Field. Looking to do “Bring a Dish to Pass”. The Club will be supplying burgers, hotdogs, and buns for both as well as utensils (plastic forks, knives, spoons, plates, napkins,and cups).

Barbara Conley reports that in the past we have started around 11:30 to park and show cars, catch up with friends, then eat around 12:30 to 1:00.

Please RSVP to activities@cnypca.org to let us know how much food to get. This event is open to all CNY members and guests.

(That means if too many show up that we aren’t planning on , somebody that didn’t respond will be making a run to the store)

Gimmick Rally – 8/20

A Gimmick Rally      August 20  Saturday.

Dennis Hesse  Has set up a Gimmick Rally  Starting at the B-52 at Griffiss  Business Park
Details From Dennis Follow.

The plan for the rally will to meet at the B-52 on Griffiss Business and Technology Park, Rome NY. it is on East Chestnut St. and will be looking for everyone to show up between 9 and 9:30. I will be giving a quick outline of the rules and look to start teams about 10AM. I encourage teams as it helps to have a navigator to read the route instructions and write the answers to questions along the way. During the drive teams will be asked to find certain landmarks and answer questions about the landmark.  Each team will receive three playing cards at the start and will get two more at the finish.  The best poker hand will be used as a tiebreaker.  It is not a race, so the fastest time doesn’t get a reward. Teams will get an interesting tour of the countryside, learn a few things, and hopefully, get you to a nice lunch where the winners will be announced. We will finish at a restaurant where it will be pay as you go. What I will need is the names of team individual names, vehicle info, and a team name. If you can’t come up with one, one will be assigned. I can’t guarantee you will like it, however. Email me at fester8two@yahoo.com.

1st Autocross results

Results for the 1st Autocross

 

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CNYPCA Cherry Valley Auto Cross #1 6/26/16
Driver Car Number Class Best time
John Breazzano 2016 Corvette 17 SS 65.488
Karl Jacob 2015 Corvette 66 SS 65.968
Howard Lafever 2007 Corvette 47 SS 66.026
Dennis Hesse 2001 Porsche 911 Turbo 2 SS 67.8
Rush Pond 2010 Porsche Cayman S 100 SS 68.012
Derek Croy 2008 Porsche Cayman S 8 SS 68.222
Hal Defrees 2009 Corvette 77 SS 68.761
Nick Otto 2015 Corvette 7 SS 69.475
Bill Kohnke 2010 Porsche Cayman S 1 SS 71.604
Rick Rinefierd 2015 Corvette 111 SS 72.07
Ray Vilemore 2015 Corvette 1 SS 72.256
Neal Greenfield 2014 Porsche Cayman S 131 SS 72.779
Gary Daprano 2006 Corvette 88 SS 76.867
Paul Marczewski 2006 Corvette 3 SS 77.205
David Dilello 2003 Porsche 911 624 AS 74.59
Dick Walters 1994 Corvette 5 BS 75.421
Richard Shauhnessy 2002 Corvette 11 BS 75.807
Bryan Fox 2013 Subaru STI 15 BS 77.648
Alita Howard 2007 Porsche Cayman 4 BS 81.59
Stephen Lerman 1988 Porsche 911 9 CS 72.063
Michael Charnetsly 1991 Porsche 944 S2 6 CS 74.242
Nathan Rider 1985 Porsche 944 42 ES 74.946
Gerrit Wistrup 1985 Porsche 944 84 ES 76.063

Oktoberfest 2016

Dust Off Your Lederhosen and Practice Your Yodeling

On August 6th and 7th the Central New York German-American Society will hold the 56th Annual Great Syracuse Oktoberfest at Longbranch Park in Liverpool, and we have again been invited to display our Porsches. This is a great opportunity to celebrate the German heritage of our very special cars. The event takes place from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm both days; arrive when you can on either or both days and pharmacy ethics canada leave when you want. They have set aside a nice grassy area for us to display our Porsches which is close to all the action. The Oktoberfest offers great entertainment, including traditional German folk dancers, bands, and singers, as well as German food, beer, wine and tasty desserts. industrial pharmacy courses in canada Bring your car, an appetite for fun, and lawn chairs. Admission and parking are free. For more information on buycialisonline-treated the Oktoberfest visit their website at www.germanamericanscny.com which will provide event schedules and driving directions.

From the north and south take I-81 to I-690 West toward the NY State Fairgrounds/Baldwinsville. Take exit #4 and merge onto John Glenn Blvd. Turn right onto 35/Long cialis super active online Branch Rd. Follow Long Branch Road to the park on your left.

From buy viagra online without prescription the east and west Take I-90 to exit #39 and merge onto I-690 East. Take exit #4 and merge onto John Glenn Blvd. Turn best dosage cialis right onto 35/Long Branch Rd. Follow Long Branch Road to the park on your left.

When you enter the park drive straight down the parking lot entry driveway. A chain link fence will be on your immediate left. Drive straight to the pedestrian gate, pass through it, and turn left to reach sale cialis online our Porsche display area.

For further information contact Rich Ertinger at rertinge@twcny.rr.com or 315-263-5672.