Entries by Dyke Hensen

HISTORY OF Watkins Glen International

REMINDER PLEASE JOIN US THIS TUESDAY, JULY 14TH AT 7:30 PM FOR A WEBINAR HISTORY OF Watkins Glen International SPEAKERS FROM THE INTERNATIONAL MOTOR RACING RESEARCH CENTER https://www.racingarchives.org/ Historian Bill Green and Archivist Jenny Ambrose are putting together an exciting and informative presentation with some 13 rare vintage photos from Porsche’s History. Their Mission is […]

Lime Rock DE

Register  PCA – Northern New Jersey – Drivers Education Wednesday, Apr 12 — Thursday, Apr 13, 2017 Lime Rock Park, Lakeville, CT 1 Registration ends in 6 days on April 3, 2017 11:59 PM EDT Come drive at our only visit to historic Lime Rock this year! This event is open to all driving enthusiasts and […]

9A1 Engine

TECHNICAL WORKSHOP By Jay Coates PORSCHE 9A1 ENGINE This article is intended to provide a brief, technical description of the Porsche 9a1 engine. Its design is robust and advanced. Main Differences from Predecessor M96 & M97 One of the main differences from the predecessors M96 & M97 is that the 9a1 engine has no IMS […]

The Sixties NNJR Second Decade

Following the 1957 charter of NNJR into PCA, the full decade of the ‘60s witnessed sustained growth, both nationally and at NNJR. The US auto industry was regularly setting new sales and profit records. In Detroit and Europe speed sold cars, taking the sporty-car game to new heights as Ferrari battled a Ford challenge at […]

Concours Corner

The next concours event will be returning to a venue from years past. It will be held on October 9 at Lewis Morris Park, Doe Run Picnic Area, 270 Mendham Rd, Morristown, NJ. Registration starts at 8 a.m. Judging starts at 10 a.m.  Early birds may arrive earlier for prep if they wish. The venue […]

Driver’s Log

ROAD TRIPS AND FISH STORIES It is Labor Day, and the much ballyhooed weather catastrophe of hurricane Hermine has proven to be mere weather channel click-bait. Suckered again. The driving season is winding down, and with this increasingly comes that peculiar sadness of pre-post-season letdown. A bit like getting choked up over the end of […]