Schenley Park Pittsburgh, July 16 & 17, 2016 >>
Come see muscle cars battle it out at the newly expanded Pitt Race Complex July 9 and 10.
In the week between our race weekends the Grand Prix has car events each night.
More than 2,000 cars cover the fairways at Schenley Park. >>
Our volunteers are the best, with over 1,200 dedicated individuals making our event happen. >>
To date the PVGP has raised $4 million for the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School. >>
May 2nd, 2016
Please help individuals with autism and intellectual/developmental disabilities - Donate to the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Charities thru the Pittsburgh Foundation's Day of Giving - Tuesday May 3, 2016 PittsburghGives is an initiative of The Pittsburgh Foundation. The aim is to increase awareness about nonprofits in our region and to help increase individual funding. Last year you helped us raise $400,000. Please help us get inRead full story
April 18th, 2016
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Association has a rich 33-year history and is enthusiastic about 2016! We will kick things off in grand prix style with a 3-day weekend of vintage sports cars, monoposto and historic race cars on the recently expanded and challenging Pitt Race Complex July 8-10. This is immediately followed by a week of motorsport festivities held throughout Pittsburgh,Read full story
April 13th, 2016
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is honoring Jaguar as our 2016 Marque of the Year. Jaguars will be featured throughout all ten days of our event from the cars shows to the races. If you own a new or vintage Jaguar or are just a fan of the legendary car, the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix this is the place toRead full story
February 13th, 2016
On Thursday February 11, 2016 the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, along with Presenting Sponsor, the Greater Pittsburgh Automobile Dealers Foundation, handed over a $400,000 check to the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School. The large check was initially unveiled and showed $390,000. GPADA president Paul Schimizzi stepped up to the microphone and said that the dealers wanted to round up the donationRead full story