This YOS Event will be quite informal.
The Event “idea” is for all members who come to enjoy the show and meet on the grounds for lunch at one of the gourmet food trucks or snack tents. We’ll coordinate as the event gets closer, but there will be no “pre-registration” involved. Simply show up! As of now, Chuck will be staying in the area Thursday and Friday and will be helping and enjoying the show. Don will “show” his “double-yellow” cayman hoping for a really good “swag-bag” of goodies for the effort. For coordination, please message Chuck Pierce, or use the “Contact US” part of the web site to tell us if you are going!
Admission is “free” — and general parking fee is $20. But you may desire to park your Porsche along with similar models in Corral Parking. The fee for parking in Corral Parking is $60 per car and includes an event goodie bag, parking in the reserved corral space and automatic entry into special sponsor and door prize drawings. Last year, prizes included sets of Michelin Tires!! Bring your camera!! This is a photo target rich environment!
The location has moved from Rancho Canada Golf Course to a new location: Coral De Tierra Country Club, off Highway 68, east of Laguna Seca. This is great news as it gets the event away from some of the “auction” events that create massive traffic jams on Carmel Valley Road.
Here is the PCA summary of the event:
Porsche Club of America (PCA) welcomes all Porsche clubs, owners, and enthusiasts to Werks Reunion Monterey on August 18th. Membership in PCA is not required to participate in this celebration of Porsche automobiles. Expect to view a breathtaking array of Porsches at this free-to-spectators event, from rare classics to current models and everything in between. Display your own cherished car in model-specific Porsche Corrals or enter the Porsche Judged Field and compete to win in more than 20 prize categories.
Werks Reunion was created by the Porsche Club of America as an event to celebrate both the Porsche marque as well as the camaraderie of being an enthusiast. This is not a contest of who has removed dust from the deepest crevices in their Porsche but rather a judged show that rewards a Porsche that has been lovingly maintained and presents itself well on the field. Our judges do not use Porsche Parade Concours score sheets but rather rank the cars according to certain attributes discussed prior to judging. For those who do not wish to have their cars judged, you may display in the model specific corrals or if the organizers see fit, on the judged field itself. There are no score sheets returned or protest committees. This is a casual gathering of Porsche enthusiasts focused on having fun rather than solely competition.