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2017 Grand Prix Lithograph On Sale

The 2017 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix’s limited edition lithograph is hot off the presses and ready to purchase. Pittsburgh artist Jim Zahniser has signed and numbered each 24″ x 36″ print. A limited edition run of 350 was done in honor of the PVGP’s 35th anniversary. – so don’t delay. Purchase the 2017 lithograph from the […]

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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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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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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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Thanks for Sharing the Ride with Us!

The 34th Annual Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix has crossed the finish line and by all accounts race fans and the people of Pittsburgh were the overwhelming winners. The weather was nearly perfect for all 10 days, allowing for maximum attendance throughout the week. Thank you to everyone who attended our events, from the Black Tie Gala, to the Countryside […]

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Road Closures and Detours in Schenley Park This Weekend

The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix appreciates the patience and understanding of the residents as we close streets and detour traffic around Schenley Park. The closure of the Greenfield Bridge will cause new detours. Because of the closure of the Greenfield Bridge through traffic will not be permitted to enter overlook drive from Blvd. of the […]

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Improved Press Credential Process

 Improved Press Credential Process Set By Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix New Procedure, On-Site Press Tent To Make Coverage More Convenient For Working Press   PITTSBURGH (06/08/2016) – An improved press-credential process, as well as an on-site working-press tent are planned for reporters, photographers and videographers covering the 34th Annual Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix (PVGP). “This event has […]

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Special Car Shows at the Upcoming Grand Prix

Featured 2016 Car Shows With more than 2,000 cars at The International Car Show at Schenley Park it can be a challenge to stand out in a crowd. For 2016 the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix has several featured car shows that you should plan to see. Jaguar Marque of the Year The PVGP is honoring Jaguar as […]

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