Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the show entrance and where are the show parking areas?
What are the Concours Classes Descriptions?
The Concours competition is paused for 2021 and will be returning in 2022 with the addition of a restoration group.
Below is information about the Concours portion of the show returning in 2022:
All Concours Group cars are judged by PCA trained judges using score sheets and current PCR Rules. Here is a LINK to review the category descriptions and judging sheets.
Cars entered into the Concours group are not eligible for the Popular Vote categories.
Concours Group/Class Descriptions:
Originality is not judged in any preparation class.
Street Preparation Class
- You have maintained to the best of your ability a show room like condition of the interior and exterior.
We do not judge your front bonnet/trunk, engine compartment, glove box, center console, or undercarriage.
A car in this class looks like you just took delivery of it and should have no personal items on display.
EXAMPLE - A garage door remote on your visor would not be part of your delivery, so judging points would be deducted.
Touring Preparation Class
See Preparation Street Class description above, plus we will judge your trunk, engine compartment, and interior storage/center console/glove box.
We do not judge tool kits or spare tires.
EXAMPLE - tire pressure gauge in your glove box would not be part of your delivery, so judging points would be deducted.
NEW for 2022 - Additional Concours Groups/Classes Planned with more details to come!
Concours Groups/Classes under consideration for RBR 2022 include:
1. Restoration Class
2. Preservation Class
3. Outlaw Class
Planning and further details are in the works and forthcoming. Stay Tuned!
What awards will be given out at this show?
Popular Vote: Ballot Entries shall be randomly drawn from a box and ~ 20 RBR Awards and/or Door Prizes will be given to winners drawn.
Who can vote in the Popular Vote?
Each registered car is provided with a ballot. This means the voting is done by other Porsche enthusiasts who have paid to enter the show.
How much does it cost to enter a car?
We have 2 different registraion levels for 2021. It is $40 for general registration and $50 for the John Dixon Honor Row. The Concours competition will return in 2022. Late and Day of Registration will be $55. Registration closes August 1st, 2021.
Does it cost for spectators?
No. Spectators are free. Enjoy looking at all of the cars! Bring your family and friends.
Who benefits from the show proceeds?
Proceeds from the show benefit the American Cancer Society in honor of John Dixon and other charities.
How do I get a booth at the show?
Booths are provided for show sponsors.
Is there trailer parking?