Zone 8 is comprised of 13 club regions throughout Southern California, Arizona and Southern Nevada. We are one of the most active zones in the country, holding several events per month throughout the southwestern United States. These include Rallies, Tours, Tech Sessions, Driving Schools, Autocrosses, Time Trials, Concours, Club Racing and Social Events. Whether you drive a 356, a 991 or any model in between you gain a great deal more enjoyment from your Porsche by being a part of the Porsche Club of America.
As a member of PCA, you will receive the national monthly magazine, Porsche Panorama. Each issue contains numerous articles of interest to Porsche owners and enthusiasts, as well as nationwide classified ads, offering just about everything Porsche-related, from complete cars, to hard-to-find parts and accessories. Members also receive a monthly magazine from their local region, which features articles on past events, descriptions of coming events, classified ads, and many items of interest to the local members. If all of this sounds like fun, please visit the PCA National web site, which allows you to sign up online or download a printed application. For more information about these events, please selected various items from the menu on this site, or see member benefit page on the national website.
Nationwide, over 100,000 of your fellow Porsche owners have already joined the club. For over 50 years, the Porsche Club of America has been dedicated to enhancing the Porsche ownership experience. We know the unbridled joy that a Porsche can provide, and we’ve built a community around that very feeling. The Porsche Club of America offers driving experience, technical assistance, and camaraderie second to none. Social, technical or competitive – no matter your interest, the PCA has something to offer every Porsche owner. To join, please visit the PCA National web site, which allows you to sign up online or download a printed application. We look forward to seeing you soon at a Porsche-related event.
When you join PCA, you select or are assigned to a region (based on your mailing address); in Southern California, Southern Nevada or Arizona, that region will be part of Zone 8. Because of the relatively dense population base in Zone 8, activities in one region are generally open to all members, regardless of home region, and most are readily accessible. Official definitions of each region are as follows:
|Region Name||State: Counties Served|
|Arizona||AZ: All except Cochise; Pima; Santa Cruz; Apache; Coconino; Mohave; Navajo; Yavapai|
|Arizona Mountain||AZ: Apache; Coconino; Mohave; Navajo; Yavapai|
|California Central Coast||CA: San Luis Obispo; Santa Barbara (north of a line between Gaviota State Park on the Pacific Coast and the intersection of San Luis Obispo; Ventura and Santa Barbara County lines to the east)|
|California Inland||CA: Inyo; Kern (east of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail); Los Angeles (north of a line drawn between Oat Mtn. on the west and Mt. San Antonio on the east)|
|Golden Empire||CA: Kern (west of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail)|
|Grand Prix||CA: Los Angeles (east of I-710 and south of I-5)|
|Las Vegas||NV: Clark; Esmeralda; Lincoln; Nye|
|Los Angeles||CA: Los Angeles (south of a line drawn between Oat Mtn. on the west and Mt. San Antonio on the east and west of Highway N3; 2; I-5 and I-710)|
|Orange Coast||CA: Orange|
|Riverside||CA: Imperial; Riverside; San Bernardino|
|San Diego||CA: San Diego|
|San Gabriel Valley||CA: Los Angeles (south of a line drawn between Oat Mtn. on the west and Mt. San Antonio on the east and east of Highway #2 & N3 & north of I--5)|
|Santa Barbara||CA: Santa Barbara (south of a line between Gaviota State Park on the Pacific Coast and the intersection of San Luis Obispo; Ventura and Santa Barbara County lines to the east); Ventura|
|Southern Arizona||AZ: Cochise; Pima; Santa Cruz|