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Calling All Grand Prix Volunteers

The Grand Prix would not be celebrating 35 years if it wasn’t for our incredible volunteers. Nearly 1,000 dedicated individuals working year round to plan and stage the country’s largest vintage motorsport event. Many thanks to all of our volunteers, past and present! We want to fully acknowledge each and every volunteer, so in an effort to build […]

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April is Autism Awareness Month

Nearly a quarter century ago, the Autism Society launched a nationwide effort to promote autism awareness, inclusion and self-determination for all, and assure that each person with ASD is provided the opportunity to achieve the highest possible quality of life. This year we want to go beyond simply promoting autism awareness to encouraging friends and […]

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PVGP Donates $405,500 to its Charities – Another Record!

On Thursday February 16, 2017 the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, along with Presenting Sponsor, the Greater Pittsburgh Automobile Dealers Foundation, handed over a $405,500 check to the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School. The check amount was $5,500 more than last year’s record and takes the event to the $4.75 million donation mark since 1983! […]

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Kick-Off Rallye Moves to Quaker Steak & Lube

Paul MacIntyre and his PVGP Rallye Team are excited to announce their new home for 2017  – the Quaker Steak & Lube in Cranberry Township! The Rallye will begin and end from the restaurant. PVGP Rallymaster Bruce Gezon is thrilled about the new scenic country roads that the Rallye can explore. The entry fee for a team of two is […]

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PVGP Reveals 2017 Poster, created by Jim Zahniser

  PVGP 2017 Poster Artist Feature  – A special thanks to Pat Sehn fromSteady State Media  for creating this wonderful video.   PITTSBURGH (February 15, 2017) – The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is excited to reveal our 2017 poster,  celebrating it’s 35th anniversary and featuring Camaro as the Marque. The artwork by Pittsburgh artist Jim Zahniser features […]

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Steve Weber Memorial Services

The Grand Prix has lost a very dear friend. Stephen M. Weber died in a car crash early Saturday morning on his way home from work. Steve was 64. Steve started volunteering with the Grand Prix back in 1986 and was the media director for the last three decades. He had a gregarious personality and was […]

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Please Give to the Grand Prix Charities on Giving Tuesday

The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is excited to be a part of 2016 Giving Tuesday.  #Giving Tuesday is a day for giving thanks. In the past week we have had two days for deals: Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Now, we have a day for giving #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. On Tuesday, November 29, 2016, […]

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PVGP Takes a Victory Lap

Sponsors, partners and volunteers gathered last night at the Hofbrauhaus on the South Side to take a victory lap. 125 people were on hand to toast our 34th year. The staff at the Hofbräuhaus did an excellent job with the buffet and kept the cold beers coming. Our charity Ambassadors were presented plaques and we sincerely […]

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