What project cars lead up to your Porsche ownership?
I grew up in car family, through and through. My grandfather collects cars, my dad races a SPEC Boxster 986, and my boyfriend races a 944 CUP in SP2 class. Admittedly started off in love with muscle cars – I love my 81′ Camaro Z28.
The Cayman was originally my grandfathers car up until the engine blew at the track. We decided it would be best to find a dedicated race car and I would rebuild and keep the Cayman as a proper sports car for the street. The entire family is involved with the green 944 and I look forward to racing it this coming season!
What are your passions?
I’m partial to New Jersey Motorsports Park – my home track but also love trying new tracks.When the race tracks are cold, I hit the slopes – I love to ski! I spent a lot of time dabbling in the arts from singing and playing bass to fine art as I find painting really relaxing. My current passion is aviation as I train to become a pilot.
What lead you to SOUL and how do you like your system?
I didn’t intend to do too much to the Cayman as – as cliche as it sounds – I think it’s very well set up from the factory for street fun. I did want to hear more of what the car is doing. I had heard good things about SOUL, and after chatting with them I knew their rear exhaust would work for me. As a musician I’m very sensitive to pitch and tone and I’m glad to say the sound couldn’t be more perfect!
If you could own any car what would it be?
Something ludicrous like a Group B Audi Quattro, or who wouldn’t want a 930 Turbo for a challenging, analog all driver experience.
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– Mike Spock / Marketing Manager