Euro Motorworks


Porsche Club of America Racing

We'll Help You Get Involved!

Euro Motorworks has an extensive history of involvement with Porsche Club Racing.  Terry Heath, co-owner of Euro Motorworks has raced in the Porsche Club series for the last 7 years.  During that time he has enjoyed numerous successes, winning podium finishes in 95% of his starts and first place finishes in 36 of his 48 races to date.  More importantly, we provide track preparation and set up for dozens of active Porsche Club racers in the Midwest.  If you have an interest in taking your driving skills to the next level and experiencing the thrill of wheel-to-wheel competition Club Racing is just what you're looking for and Euro Motorworks has the resources and experience to make your amateur career a blazing success. 


                            Racing off to another victory at Sebring

The basic structure of Club Racing involves a national PCA Club Racing Committee, the PCA National Office, and the Regions. The PCA Club Racing Committee maintains the Club Racing Rule Book , determines the Licensing Procedures, and oversees all the planning of a Club Race. One or several Regions organize each Race, and have full financial responsibility for their Race. In addition, each licensed racer receives Club Racing's official bimonthly publication called the Club Racing News. 


                               Leading the way in the 911 Turbo

The PCA National Office provides administrative support and establishes/maintains all activities associated with the national licensing of Club Racers. In addition, the National Committee includes a group of Chief Stewards, Chief Scrutineers and National Time Techs. One, or more, of each group is assigned to each Club Race, and the assigned individuals function as the chief operating officials for that Race.

                          The '79 911 on the starting grid at Putnam Park

Club Racing was established around several guiding principles. First, there should be a class for all Porsche sports cars, including both street and modified cars. Second, the racing is to be fun, safe, and clean. This principle is embodied in the strict enforcement of the "13/13 Rule", which provides for immediate sanctions against any driver at fault in any incident involving car damage. Third, the organization and operation of Club Races is to be uniform, so that any racer may attend any Club Race and know exactly what to expect.

It is the combination of national rules, national licensing, the national committee, and the enthusiastic and dedicated host Region personnel that has allowed Club Racing to build a strong racing program while rigorously adhering to these principles. Further, it is the belief of the PCA Executive Council and all those involved with Club Racing that continued adherence to these principles is the basis for continuing success in the future.


                                   Celebrating a victory at Sebring

The Porsche Club of America also offers an alternate on track driving experience called Driver's Education (DE). The mission and purpose of the DE Program is to provide a safe, structured and controlled teaching and learning environment. The PCA DE Program is designed so the participant can improve his or her driving abilities and acquire a better understanding of vehicle dynamics and driving safety at various tracks around the country.

Click here to see the 2008 PCA Club Racing Schedule.  






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