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February 2021 HighGear Newsletter

FEATURES Past Event — Eiskhana 2021 16 Track Personalities: The Fort Collins GT4 Boyz 22 Brand Loyalty – Part 2 25 Book Reviews for Porschephiles 26 RMR PCA Juniors Only Coloring Contest 31 The G.O.A.T. 32

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January 2021 HighGear Newsletter

My Journey to the Championship Track Personalities: Matthew and Jennifer TaylorA Conversation with…Csaba Csere Brand Loyalty – Part 1 Book Reviews for Porschephiles Porsche Artwork by Greg E Russell A New ICE Age

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A Conversation with Csaba Csere

As part of Rocky Mountain Region PCA’s “A Conversation With…” series, recently hosted via Zoom on October 29th, 2020, join Dan Carlson, RMR Lead Chief Driving Instructor, as he leads a discussion with Csaba Csere, former Editor in Chief of Car and Driver magazine.

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Cones are a Fallin’ Autocross Results

Many thanks to those who made our last autocross event of the season a success: Event Chair – Brian Bobich, Registrar & birthday girl – Vicki Cox-Jones, Worker Assignments Chief – Tom Radow, and especially to Matthew & Jennifer Taylor who hauled the AX trailer to & from FRA! Results are now available:Summary: https://rmr.pca.org/files/events_2019/AX2019-10-26_sum.htmDetailed: https://rmr.pca.org/files/events_2019/AX2019-10-26_fin.htm We hope to see everyone again next …

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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