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Welcome to the Suncoast PCA Region Website

Welcome to Florida’s Suncoast Region Porsche Club, located in Zone 12 of the Porsche Club of America

Founded in 1961, we have come a long way from an early gathering of a few dedicated Porsche enthusiasts to now becoming one of the largest regions in PCA, encompassing the counties of Citrus, Hardee, Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, and Sarasota.

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Upcoming Events

MAR
30
Crystal River Invasion
March 30 @ 9:00 am
APR
7
Festivals of Speed & Porsches on Parade
April 7 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
APR
9
Porsche Owners Meet & Greet

JBurns Pizza Shop, Lakeland, FL

April 9 @ 6:30 pm
APR
17
Date Your Porsche Night

R Beach Restaurant, Hernando Beach

April 17 @ 6:00 pm
APR
28
Autocross Brooksville
April 28 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
MAY
11
Driver’s Education
May 11 - May 12
MAY
12
Autocross Sebring
May 12 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
MAY
14
Porsche Owners Meet & Greet

JBurns Pizza Shop, Lakeland, FL

May 14 @ 6:30 pm

How to Register for Events

Beginning in January 2018, the majority, if not all, of our club events will require advance registration. Suncoast PCA, as well as many other PCA regions across the country, use ClubRegistration (ClubReg) to manage the event registration process. To find out more about how ClubReg works and how to sign up, please view this PDF.

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Dear Members,

I would like to inform you of an unfortunate situation that has arisen in our region. It seems that the leadership of another region has decided to post negative comments regarding our programs and even some of our members specifically. While we have chosen, at this time, not to respond to this regions childish and unprofessional behavior, I did feel it was appropriate to communicate with you that what they are saying is completely false and the result of their jealousy over our outstanding region and the people in it that make it great. I have taken action and notified our zone representative and PCA national and insisted that they take action over the situation which we hope will result in an apology and/ or disciplinary action to the individuals in the region responsible for the derogatory comments about our great region and it’s leadership. The bottom line is that our region is inclusive and everyone is welcome at our events, even members from other regions. If you have any specific questions regarding this matter, please reach out to me personally at president@suncoastpca.org.

Thank you!

John Vita
President
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My wife and I are relatively new members to Suncoast PCA. We have a '87 944S we are trying to bring back to it's former glory. We have felt nothing but welcome at the all the events we have attended. Thanks for the effort the club and volunteers give.

We all work too hard to keep members and acquire new ones for this to happen

Hope this issue can be resolved. 😀🇧🇪

thank you for the information . I hope everything works out amicably.

Let's settle this with a cage match in the paddock at Sebring 😀

Hope Everything is ok... We appreciate your NEWS & EVENTS.. Thank you.

1 week ago

Reeves Porsche in Tampa is refusing to honor my Porsche Used Car extended warranty (5yr 100k miles). Pic below is a defect I discovered on my 2016 911 4GTS now sitting w/8k miles on it. Purchased car from Manhattan Motorcars, NY. I need your help for this is obviously a Porsche factory assembly defect that when seat cover installed (inside - out)when pulled over the frame got caught on something and slightly cut into the outside skin of the leather. The slice runs symmetrical to the seat frame and as you can see runs below what I call passenger egress area. I have yet to get a call from the Porsche Rep(Todd Harville) that made decision not to replace cover without ever seeing the car!! Anyone else had their seat cover replaced because of slices like this. Wasn't readily apparent but as the leather shrank the leather face slice became more visible and at first thought it was designed into seat trim but then I saw other Porsches and NO something happened here during factory assy process. I worked for Johnson Controls seating group supplying seats for GM minivans and saw all types of odd defects like this on trim either caused by supplier of org trim and/or slices caused by burrs on equipment holding these pces while a human tried to roll the seat cover (supplied inside-out)over the foam pad/frame, then hog ringed and J clipped. ... See MoreSee Less

Reeves Porsche in Tampa is refusing to honor my Porsche Used Car extended warranty (5yr 100k miles).  Pic below is a defect I discovered on my 2016 911 4GTS now sitting w/8k miles on it.  Purchased car from Manhattan Motorcars, NY.  I need your help for this is obviously a Porsche factory assembly defect that when seat cover installed (inside - out)when pulled over the frame got caught on something and slightly cut into the outside skin of the leather. The slice runs symmetrical to the seat frame and as you can see runs below what I call passenger egress area. I have yet to get a call from the Porsche Rep(Todd Harville) that made decision not to replace cover without ever seeing the car!!  Anyone else had their seat cover replaced because of slices like this.  Wasnt readily apparent but as the leather shrank the leather face slice became more visible and at first thought it was designed into seat trim but then I saw other Porsches and NO something happened here during factory assy process. I worked for Johnson Controls seating group supplying seats for GM minivans and saw all types of odd defects like this on trim either caused by supplier of org trim and/or slices caused by burrs on equipment holding these pces while a human tried to roll the seat cover (supplied inside-out)over the foam pad/frame, then hog ringed and J clipped.

2 months ago

Hi to all workers, fans and teams heading to Daytona for the ROLEX.
If you are looking for Souvenirs the VENDOR VILLAGE has moved further East (See map)
As usual at all IMSA races there will be a selection of T Shirts, Caps, Art, Photographs, Patches, Diecast and much more. Please spread the word on other pages we are a dying breed!
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Hi to all workers, fans and teams heading to Daytona for the ROLEX.
If you are looking for Souvenirs the VENDOR VILLAGE has moved further East (See map)
As usual at all IMSA races there will be a selection of T Shirts, Caps, Art, Photographs, Patches, Diecast and much more. Please spread the word on other pages we are a dying breed!

Welcome to the Suncoast PCA Region Website

Welcome to Florida’s Suncoast Region Porsche Club, located in Zone 12 of the Porsche Club of America

Founded in 1961, we have come a long way from an early gathering of a few dedicated Porsche enthusiasts to now becoming one of the largest regions in PCA, encompassing the counties of Citrus, Hardee, Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, and Sarasota.