May 3rd HPR and Helga’s Tour

Description:This event will consist of a tour of the High Plains Raceway facilities including up to a dozen lively parade laps on the track led by members of the RMR Chief Driving Instructors, followed by an organized drive from HPR to Helga’s German Restaurant for a special lunch. This is a perfect opportunity to experience RMR’s home race track, see and learn first-hand about PCA’s high-performance driver education (DE) program, and enjoy a wonderful lunch of authentic German fare with your fellow Porsche enthusiasts! 

The event will begin at 11:00 AM at High Plains Raceway. Participants are urged to allow sufficient travel time to arrive at HPR prior to 11:00 AM. Arrive a bit early and watch the RMR “Stick and Paddle DE” which will be ongoing. Participants will be driving his/her own car on the track. All drivers must be at least 18 and have a valid driver’s license. All occupants in the vehicle must wear seat belts. No helmets are required. Cabriolets and Targas are allowed with the original factory equipment roll over protection. 

 All participants must pre-register in and will sign PCA tour event waivers and then attend a mandatory drivers’ meeting at about 11:30 AM. The HPR tour and parade laps will conclude by about 1 to 1:15 PM. 

 After debriefing, participants will then follow an organized drive from HPR to Helga’s German Restaurant. The Helga’s lunch will begin approximately 2:30 PM. The $37 per-person registration fee includes the HPR tour with lapping, the Helga’s special lunch, and a contribution to the designated charity of the “Stick and Paddle DE”.

Contact Mark Taylor ( if you need more information.

Dear members,

COVID-19, the novel corona virus, has become the forefront of immediate health concerns.  The RMR Board has been following and discussing these issues on a frequent basis.  We understand that members have concerns. In all things we do, we consider first and foremost the health and safety of our members, volunteers, and sponsors.  As we begin to host events again, we ask that everyone follow the guidelines below to help keep themselves and fellow members safe.

Social distancing is key when gathering for the event.  Please maintain a distance of 6 feet from friends and staff whenever possible.
Face coverings are most essential in times when social distancing is difficult.  Face coverings are meant to protect those around you in case you are unknowingly infected.  We are requiring that masks be worn at all times unless maintaining at least six feet of distance, or when eating, drinking or driving.
Avoid handshakes, fist bumps, and other forms of physical contact.  When appropriate, use hand sanitizer or wash your hands and avoid touching your face.
Following these guidelines will help to lower the risk of exposure and spread of COVID-19, and will facilitate our ability to host more events in the future.

By and for the Board of the Rocky Mountain Region, Porsche Club of America, Inc.

Jim Thorburn

President, RMR-PCA

PCA National Board of Directors

PCA National Audit Committee