Follow Me DE @HPR May 1-2

Join us for the first HPR event of the year!  An excellent team of instructors & volunteers to Zoom your Porsche around the best track Colorado has to offer.   As of now (Covid PCA rules), Lead/Follow instruction will be implemented so the number of registrations will be reduced. This could change as we approach May 1st.

Chris Macarak of On-Site Tires will provide his incredible Saturday night unique Brats ‘n’ Beer dinner with a variety of wonderful brats (in the past, it’s been rattlesnake, deer, elk antelope as well as traditional brats – who knows what Chris will cook up this year?  You will, if you attend!)  You’ll love On-Site’s personal and professional services at the track, business or home!

Location:   High Plains Raceway, 17 miles east of Byers on US-36 (Deer Trail)

Register at:

Event Registration fees:

                     Either day:        Each Driver: $210

                     Both days:        Each Driver:   $335  

Volunteers are Always needed (please register).  Volunteers get a lunch ticket each day and free beer!. 
Lunch time charity Rides ($20):  Saturday & Sunday.  No helmets required, just Zoom around!  Charity is Lung Fund Colorado (CU Anchutz) and you can donate during registration.

Event Chairs: Pete Romenesko ( & John Goggin (

Chief Driving Instructors:  Doug Bartlett ( and Dan Carlson ( . They can answer any questions about registration confirmation, cars, run group assignments, instructor assignments, etc.     

Registrar: Tim Berg (  Registration will open up ~ March 19th with eBlast notifications.

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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.

Vicki Jones

President, RMR-PCA

PCA National Board of Directors

PCA National Audit Committee