Who: Open to all club members' Porsches. Also open to those
who just want to come and look at the beautiful, clean machines.
There are several classes which include just about every stage of
preparation and model of Porsche, from totally factory original to
highly modified. There is also a category for "wash and shine" for
those who do not want to get into the complete concours category.
Where: Event notice is given on the
Event Calendar and in the print Spiel. Events
are held in public parks, private yards, or such places as St.
Michelle Winery grounds. The largest of all Porsche concours is at
the Porsche Parade, which is a PCA national event that is held at a different location each year.
When: Events usually begin with car placement in the
morning, usually about 8 to 9 a.m. Judging follows this in a timely
manner so that participants can enjoy lunch and the awards ceremony
following the judging.
Requirements: A clean Porsche.
Fees: There is usually no fee for local concours events.
If there is, it is minimal. In the case of Whistler Weekend and the
Parade, entry into the concours is included with the registration.