About

AZPCA

It's not just the cars, it's the people!

In 1955, the PCA was founded in Washington, D.C. with the goal of enhancing the Porsche ownership experience. Here in Arizona, Scottsdale resident Gene Bussian organized a group of Porsche aficionados who met in his home for their first meeting in November 1958. In February 1959 the group met to approve officers and request a charter from PCA. The PCA charter was granted on March 7, 1959 and the Arizona Region of the Porsche Club of America was born!

Today, Arizona Region PCA members continue to carry on the long standing tradition of sharing our passion for Porsches and enjoying the camaraderie found within the PCA. Our region is extremely active. Each year, we host five Driver Education events, Spring and Fall Tours, Phoenix Flight (our 3-day multi-event weekend held annually for the past 35+ years), an Autocross series, member picnics, a Holiday Party, as well as many local area events such as monthly meetings, Sunday Drives, and tech sessions. The Arizona Region also publishes an award-winning monthly newsletter, Going Places.

Our Advantages

Today, Arizona Region PCA members continue to carry on the long standing tradition of sharing our passion for Porsches and enjoying the camaraderie found within the PCA.

Our region is extremely active. Each year, we host Driver Education events, Spring and Fall Tours, Phoenix Flight, an Autocross series, member picnics, a Holiday Party, as well as many local area events such as monthly meetings, Sunday Drives, and tech sessions. The Arizona Region also publishes an award-winning monthly newsletter, Going Places.

A Sunday Drive is a relaxing drive (usually with a Porsche in view in front and in back of you) to an interesting destination in and around the Phoenix area.

Our drives typically include interesting scenery and feature great Porsche driving roads. It is a non-competitive event, meant to provide enjoyment of your car in the company of other Porsche owners sharing an interesting experience. Destinations have included Wickenburg, Tonto Natural Bridge Park, Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Sedona, Strawberry, Casa Grande Ruins, Luke AFB, and Tortilla Flat, to name a few.

One of the great benefits of joining the AZPCA is the friendships that you make.

We like to say Join for the Porsches, Stay for the people! One of the ways that we connect as a Club is through our social events. Popular events include our monthly Saturday breakfast Porsches and Pancakes, dinner date nights, a summer Moonlight drive and ice cream social, and the Holiday Party, to name a few. Check our online events calendar to find out the latest info on our Social schedule.

 

Information

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Links

PCA Websites

Porsche has no equal, and since 1955, the Porsche Club of America has catered to the particular needs and interests of the Porsche owner. No matter where you call home, there is PCA Region near you. When you join PCA, you select or are assigned to a region; in Southern California, Southern Nevada or Arizona, that region will be part of Zone 8. Each Region has their own website, so all the information you need can be found with a few clicks.

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Bylaws

AZPCA Bylaws

The general objectives of the AZPCA club shall be to encourage the highest standard of safety and courtesy on the highways, to increase the enjoyment of Porsche ownership by exchanging technical information and to participate in such automotive and social events as may be agreeable to the members. To this end, AZPCA bylaws were established, and were updated in 2016. The bylaws may be reviewed by clicking the button below.

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Join

Join the club or renew

Membership in the Arizona Region, Porsche Club of America, which offers driving opportunities, technical assistance, and camaraderie with other Porsche owners/drivers in the Phoenix area and Northern Arizona. Our award-winning regional newsletter, Going Places, provides a monthly insider’s view of local Region news. Click the button below for information on joining the Porsche Club of America and the Arizona Region of PCA.

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Meetings

Monthly Meetings

All members are invited to join us for our monthly membership meetings, held on the first Wednesday of each month. Meetings take place at a restaurant, local Porsche related business, or a Porsche dealership. In addition to dinner, the meetings consist of a review of recent and upcoming events, club business reports and general club information. Click the button below to look at the calendar for the next monthly meeting and we hope to see you there.

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Arizona Region Board

Chairs and Coordinators

 

Driving Activities

  • Autocross

    Autocross is the sport of trying to navigate your car through a defined course of pylons usually on a large…

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  • Driver Education

    The goal of the PCA’s Driver Education Program is to provide a safe and structured learning environment where participants can…

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  • Sunday Drives

    A Sunday Drive is a relaxing drive (usually with a Porsche in view in front and in back of you)…

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Activities

  • Concours d’Elegance

    In the Arizona Region, our annual Concours d'Elegance is called Phoenix Flight. Held in late October or early November, Phoenix…

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  • Tech Sessions

    Tech Sessions are seminars held at a local business facility, at Porsche North Scottsdale or Porsche of Chandler, presenting an…

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  • Social Events

    One of the great benefits of the joining the AZ PCA is the friendships that you make. We like to…

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Who we are

In 1955, the PCA was founded

in Washington, D.C. with the goal of enhancing the Porsche ownership experience. Here in Arizona, Scottsdale resident Gene Bussian organized a group of Porsche aficionados who met in his home for their first meeting in November 1958. In February 1959 the group met to approve officers and request a charter from PCA. The PCA charter was granted on March 7, 1959 and the Arizona Region of the Porsche Club of America was born.

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What we do

Today, Arizona Region PCA

members continue to carry on the long standing tradition of sharing our passion for Porsches and enjoying the camaraderie found within the PCA. Our region is extremely active. Each year, we host Driver Education events, Spring and Fall Tours, Phoenix Flight, an Autocross series, member picnics, a Holiday Party, as well as many local area events such as monthly meetings, Sunday Drives, and tech sessions. The Arizona Region also publishes an award-winning monthly newsletter, Going Places.

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Social

One of the great benefits

of the joining the AZ PCA is the friendships that you make. We like to say "Join for the Porsches, Stay for the people!" One of the ways that we connect as a Club is through our social events. Popular events include our monthly Saturday breakfast "Porsches and Pancakes", dinner at Morton's, our summer Moonlight drive and ice cream social, and the Holiday Party, to name a few. Check our online events calendar to find out the lastest info on our Social schedule.

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Concours

In the Arizona Region

our annual Concours d'Elegance is called Phoenix Flight. Held in late October or early November, Phoenix Flight has been held annually since 1977 (one of the longest running PCA events in the country) and has grown into the biggest Porsche event in Arizona. Phoenix Flight is our region's 3-day multi-event charity weekend and includes a Concours d'Elegance, banquet with charity auction, and autocross.

 

Sponsors

Brighton Motorsports
Patrick Motorsports
Bulldog Detail
McIlvain Motors
iAutohaus
20th Street Auto Parts
Steven Anderson WCI
Andrade Promotions
Richard A. Bookspan, P.C. – Attorney at Law
Communiform
Don Jackson Enterprises
Hagerty Porsche Insurance
D. Lyle Capstick, CFP – First Financial
The Finishing Touch Body Shop
Steven K. Lewis, CFP – Wells Fargo Advisors
Denise and Chuck Brasile, Realtors – Realty One Group
Exotic Motorwerks
Apex Motor Club
Attorney Robert J Hommel
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