Porsche Club of America (PCA) - Potomac Region

The unofficial record

David Stoesser holds the unofficial record for driving the longest distance on three wheels at a PCA autocross.

Best of Show!

Congrats to Kim and Mike Copperthite at Hershey 2017!!

Porsche. There is no substitute.

 at the Charles Town Races 2016 Drive & Dine

Reaching New Heights

Fall Off Road Drive & Dine 2015

Everyone Wins!

At the PCA 60th Anniversary Celebration

It was a picnic!

For the winner's of the People's Choice "low key" car show awards.

   Club Race
 Drive & Dine
    Drivers' Ed
Tech Inspection

Upcoming Events

Tech Session for July Summit DE - IMA Motorwerke
06/29/2019 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Wine and Pie D&D
Independence Day
Summit Point DE
07/12/2019 - 07/14/2019
Virginia Highlands D&D
07/19/2019 - 07/21/2019
Potomac's 2nd Rally

Quick Links


      Webcart link to the Potomac online goodie store. 

         Potomac Goodie Store

           Click here to download the Tech Inspection form.

        Tech Form

           Click here to download the standard PCA Event Waiver form.

        PCA Release & Waiver Form

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And Now for Something New - Our First Lighthouse Tour!

lighthouseJoin us for this first-time early summer Drive and Dine event, as we enjoy a trip back into the 19th Century maritime era, but from the comfort of our Porsches! The drive will consist of a two-day scenic weekend tour of Southern Maryland's lighthouses. Situated along the Chesapeake Bay and the tidal Potomac, these lighthouses date back to the early 1800s, including Thomas Point Shoal in Annapolis, Cove Point, and Drum Point along the bay and Piney Point, the latter on the tidal Potomac. Connecting these lighthouses, we will follow some of the loveliest and most hidden "blue roads" in the mid-Atlantic.

Saturday June 9, we will meet for a brunch in the Annapolis area, and then set off on the first leg of our lighthouse drive, stopping for an overnight stay at the Holiday Inn - Solomons Island and enjoying dinner and libations at a high-quality local venue - and possibly a stopover at the infamous Tiki Bar to enjoy very un-“19th Century maritime era” fun!

On Sunday June 10, we will enjoy breakfast at the hotel and then take a winding and scenic drive to the southern tip of the Maryland Peninsula, stopping at Piney Point (lighthouse and museum). Our drive will be topped off by a visit to Running Hare Winery and vineyard ("A little bit of Tuscany and Napa in Southern Maryland").

We have a reasonable overnight group rate at the Holiday Inn Solomons Conference Center and Marina. As always, block size is limited and you will be responsible for your own hotel reservation.

For more trip, hotel and registration information, please visit merge.com/lighthouse2018. For any questions, please contact driveandine@pcapotomac.org.


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