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Tech Session at Detail Johnny

Info on upcoming tech session at Detail Johnny’s courtesy of Rich Ertinger:

Now that the snow is melting it’s time to start preparing to get our cars back on the road.  Based on it’s popularity last year we are once again holding a tech session centered on the cosmetics of car care.  We have scheduled a detailing clinic for those interested in concourse preparation or for those who just want to make their rides shine.  We have timed it so you’ll be able to get your car ready for our club’s big spring event, the Cobweb Concourse, which is scheduled for one week after the clinic.

When:  Saturday May 5th
We will start the session at 9:30 am with a meet and greet and enjoy coffee and donuts.  John  will begin his demonstrations at 10:00, and at noon we’ll break for pizza.  After lunch John will be available for additional tutorials and one-on-one consultations.

Where:  Detail Johnny
101 Johnson Street
East Syracuse, NY  13057
John Cannizzaro  (“Detail Johnny”) has been perfecting his craft for more than 20 years and has built a reputation in Central NY as a premier detailer, servicing corporate accounts as well as private owners.  He is experienced and talented in all aspects of car detailing and will share some of those skills with our members.  For driving directions and to see more about the services John can provide I encourage you to visit his website at www.detailjohnny.com

What:  Based on input from those who attended last year John will be covering a variety of topics, including:
– Clay barring
– Dr. Colorchip paint touchups
– Leather care
– Engine bay detailing

– Glass cleaning/sealants

** Please reply to event chair Rich Ertinger at rertinge@twcny.rr.com or call him at 315-263-5672 before 4/30/18 to register your attendance so we can plan for enough food.

** Bring a folding lawn chair.

**  Bring a non-perishable food item for the Central NY Food Bank.

Street Survival – Driving School for Young Adults hosted by CNY PCA

CNY is putting on its first Street Survival event on April 29th at the Griffiss Business & Technology Park (Old Air Force Base) in Rome NY. These events are for 16 – 21 year olds with a valid permit or licence.

This is not your typical young adult drivers education school! The purpose of the school is to teach new drivers how to handle their cars safely. exercises such as slalom, skid pad and lane change will let the student experience how their vehicle will react in avoidance maneuvers, hard braking and other emergency situations while in a safe environment. I (Chris White) have instructed at several of these events and I recommend them very highly – this is the only safe way to learn how a vehicle reacts in emergency situations – you can’t learn this is a classroom or from a book!

If you know anybody that fits this age group I encourage you to pass this on to them or their parents.

We also need volunteers to help make this event the best it can be. We have training to help you become a coach or you can assist with each of the excessive. This is a great chance to help educate new drivers and keep them safe and proficient drivers!

More information at the Street Survival web site – http://streetsurvival.org/

Or Contact Dennis Hesse at dhesse@twcny.rr.com

Click HERE for Registration

The primary emphasis of the Tire Rack Street Survival® is a “hands-on” driving experience in real-world situations! We use your own car to teach you about its handling limits and how you can control them. The students will become more observant of the traffic situation they find themselves in. They will learn to look far enough ahead to anticipate unwise actions of other drivers. As the students master the application of physics to drive their cars, they will make fewer unwise driving actions themselves. They will understand why they should always wear their own seatbelts, and why they should insist that their passengers wear seatbelts, too.

It’s about more than driving – it’s about LIVING!

Three parents, including Scott Goodyear, former Indy Car Champion, share their perspectives in this video.

All Schools $95.

See our FAQ page at: www.streetsurvival.org/frequently-asked-questions.php

Any questions after reviewing the FAQ page call Bill Wade, National Program Director, @ 864.438.2060 (8 am – 8 pm EST)

 

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

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 Hill Rd. and the main entrance to the campus will be on the right 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.

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.

Pistons and Pigs – car show

 

 

 

Our sister club (Niagara PCA) and our BMW

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friends (GVC BMW) are having an

informal car show.

They usually have a good showing and a good time!

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Eurocar Carshow 2016

Eurocar 2016 – Hosted by the MG Club

Father’s Day ~Sunday, June 19, 2016~ 9

AM to 3 PM

Lorenzo State Historic Site, Routes 13 & 20 Cazenovia, NY

Always a classy event with many fine European autos – lets do our part and fill the Porsche section up with our members cars!!

More info at http://cny.mgcarclub.com/default.html

 

2016 CNY Autocross Calendar

The autocross season is here .  We have 4 schedule events beginning with Cherry Valley June 26 and yes the Corvette guys & gals have been invited  if they dare to show up .  As matter of fact they have been invited to all  4 events with the challenge taking place at the Aug,6 event . The  5 fasted  times from each club we be averaged , fastest time wins . We will give them a chance to redeem them selves Sept. 18 in Corning but it  will not count for the challenge .

Autocross dates will be:

June 26  at Cherry Valley Motorsport Track    –  4930 Route 20,  Lafayette, NY

July 17   Corning Community College  Parking Lot . Directions to follow .

August 6  Cherry Valley Motorsports park     Sat. date !

Sept 18  Corning Community College Parking lot.

 

The Cherry Valley events will be a 9:00am registration or check in ,  we are asking that people pre register so we can load the computer with your info prior to the event .  Yes even the Corvettes will be invited to pre register .  ( I know I know we’ll have special folder in the computer for them ) Will save Gil a lot of time . Practice  will begin as soon as we get set up around 10 am .

Drivers meeting ( there will  be a special test for all the Corvette drivers ) and first car off 11:00am

When registering Please include :

• name of driver

• Year model of car (class will be assigned )

• Preference of car number if you like .

 

Send to either my self : darm911@windstream.net or Gil at :  Carol Wistrup <cgw611@twcny.rr.com>

 

Things will start a little later at 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 !  (fifty dollar bills only no change )  Ok Ok not true !  Entry fees will be collected at the event .

 

Mike