March Tour

Our March Tour on the 14th, will be a trip to the Southern part of the island, starting at the Old Airport in Kona and ending with lunch in Na’alehu at one of their fine establishments. We ask everyone who is going to contact our Tour Director, Dr. Mark Senft, with the information on who … Read more

Meet the Vice

Aloha, my name is Robert Wall and I am the Vice President and Safety Chair for our awesome Porsche Club here on the Big Island of Hawaii. I have been a member of the Porsche Club of America since 2016 along with my wife Dale and have been loving the opportunity to be part of … Read more

My sweetheart is coming

It looks like this last batch of crazy weather will clear out in a few days, and we should have a gorgeous weekend to enjoy our cars and partners on Saturday, February 15th. We will assemble in the Makai parking lot at the Waikoloa Village Center and proceed along the downhill to the Queen K, … Read more

Meet Rhys

Rhys Haydon, Secretary My name is Rhys Haydon and I am the Secretary for the club. My wife and I are now living off the island, but have a little home in Pahoa. Our Porsche collection is diverse although if we had to hang our hats on a specific model being our favorite it would … Read more

Bring your Sweethearts

Time to take our Sweethearts on a romantic drive in you Porsche!! We will celebrate our 5th Sweetheart Run on Saturday, February 15th. Starting point will be the Waikoloa Village Shopping Center and the finishing point will be at an eatery in Hilo! Every lady gets a rose, as is the tradition! This is our … Read more

Upcoming Events

We have two events coming up 1. Kona Coffee and Cars   Febuary 8, 2020 Brewery Block Parking Lot It’s time again for Kona Cars N Coffee of 2020! Saturday, February 8, 2020, 8-10 am. Casual, family friendly event. All types of vehicles welcome. 2. Sweetheart Run   Febuary 15, 2020 We welcome all ladies and every lady … Read more

First Event in 2020

Let’s start the new year with a great event with your Porsche Family.Saturday January 18, 2020 Our first run of the year will cover about 100 miles, range from sea level to 6,500 feet, and cover more than half of the world climate zones we have here on the Big Island, so be prepared! Top … Read more