Just back from two weeks on the road – photographing, writing, and playing with cars in LA. Thanks to my good friend Curtis Autenrieth for his generous hospitality and camaraderie. It was great to see all my other Porsche buddies as well.

There is an event coming up that any Porsche enthusiast will not want to miss.

The fourth Rennsport Reunion has just been announced and will be taking place October 14-16 at the renowned Laguna Seca Raceway in California. The inaugural Rennsport Reunion was held in 2001 at Lime Rock Park in Connecticut and the following two events were at Daytona International Speedway in Florida. I attended the last one and it was one of the best Porsche gathering I’ve ever been to. Access was unbelievable, the cars were incredible and everyone was very friendly.

Like past reunions, this one will highlight many famous Porsche race cars and drivers from all eras in Porsche’s motorsports history – so I’m booked! Laguna Seca with its famous “Corkscrew turn” is also one of the best venues anywhere. Expect hotel rooms in the Monterey area to fill up quickly, so make your reservations now.


There is also an associated event on Sunday, October 16th at nearby Quail Lodge in Carmel Valley. It’s a benefit show that will feature many amazing old sports purpose Porsches not viewable at the race track: