FORMULA FORDS RACING THROUGH THE PARK
The PVGP welcomes The Royale Formula Ford Challenge Series back to Schenley Park.
The Royale Formula Ford Challenge Series provides a sustainable, enjoyable, safety oriented Formula Ford racing series in the eastern United States that rewards camaraderie, sportsmanship, and preservation of historic racing machinery and principles.
Vintage Formula Ford Race – July 14/15 at Schenley Park
• This will be part of the Royale Formula Ford Challenge Series and points will be awarded for participation, not finish position. Racers that are not able to participate can make a $50 donation to PVGP and will receive 50 points toward the 2018 Challenge Series.
• Racers are eligible for the same events and amenities as our vintage racers: Friday night Driver Reception & Parade, Saturday night dinner and inclusion in Race Program and driver gift.
• 4 sessions (80 total minutes) – The Formula Ford Group will compete as one of our race groups within the weekend schedule. Saturday morning practice – 20 minutes, Saturday afternoon Qualifying Race – 25 minutes and Sunday morning Warm Up – 15 minutes and afternoon Feature Race – 20 minutes.
• These races will be tightly regulated for all sessions – this is a challenging street circuit with stone walls, sewers, light poles and irregular pavement.
• Laurel wreaths/ribbons will be awarded in the Hofbräuhaus Winners Circle at start/finish line following the race on Sunday along with ‘Field Champion’.
There are two ways to enter to race in the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix
1. You can print out and complete the PDF Entry Form below and mail in with a check.
This is the only Entry Form available. It can be used for either race weekend or for a combined entry.
2. If you wish to use a credit card you can click the link below and use our secure portal at ShowClix – You will still need to mail in a completed paper entry form with a copy of your racing license and medical form.
Your race entry will be fully refunded if you notify Event Chairman before your tires hit the track on your first practice session.