PVGP Historics at Pitt Race

Weekend July 6-8

Gates Open at 9:00 AM
$20 per day or $30 for weekend (children under 12 are free)

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EXPERIENCE THE THUNDER OF THE HISTORICS AT PITT RACE POWERED BY FORD

If you are looking for more speed, muscle and thunder than the city streets of Pittsburgh during Schenley Race Weekend can handle, the PVGP Historics at Pittsburgh International Race Complex is the place to be. Since 2004, racers from all over the country have come to the PVGP Historics at the 2.8 mile purpose-built track 40 miles northwest of Pittsburgh for fierce and thunderous competition between the legends of the 60s and early 70s, including Mustangs, Corvettes, Jaguars, BMWs, Porsches and Alfa Romeos, to name a few.

This weekend provides plenty of excitement for the entire family. Visit the cars and drivers in the expansive paddock and watch the vintage races and exhilarating racing. If you feel the personal need for speed, that can be done too. For a donation to the charity, you can experience a lap on the track in a racecar with a driver or rent a go-kart and reach speeds up to 45 mph on the .82 mile karting track. Look for this event to grow in popularity and numbers in the coming years.

Expanded Track

Pittsburgh International Race Complex has added a 1.2 mile South Track that will expand the circuit to a roaring 2.8 miles in length with 18 turns. With a layout that flows over hilly natural terrain, the course offers exciting elevation changes and several blind-entry turns that challenge the abilities of drivers and riders alike.

VIP Parking

The expanded track has opened up 2 acres of prime viewing area at the confluence of the North and South Tracks. This plateau is reserved for VIP Parking. For a flat fee of $25 each day you can park on top of the hill with a view of the new south track and picnic trackside all day. No advance sales – just pay the additional fee at the gate. First come-first serve.

Car Show

Drive your show car to the event and be a part of the Car Corral. Park near the water tower on the hill overlooking the final turn of the track. A great way to watch the races and see a wide variety of cars. No cost to participate in the car show – but you must pay the race event entry of $20 per day at the gate.

Expanded Track

Pittsburgh International Race Complex has added a 1.2 mile South Track that will expand the circuit to a roaring 2.8 miles in length with 18 turns. With a layout that flows over hilly natural terrain, the course offers exciting elevation changes and several blind-entry turns that challenge the abilities of drivers and riders alike.

Shelby Candy Ride

Candy’s Charity Rides noon-1:00 PM Sat & Sun

At lunch each day spectators have an opportunity to experience a lap of the track in a real race car. Named in honor of Candy Stephani, longtime volunteer, and wife of former Race Chairman Ralph Steinberg, who passed away in 2011. For a $25 donation you can experience a a lap on the entire 2.8 mile circuit. $60 for a lap in a GT40 or Shelby Cobra. Unlike Schenley Park where the rides are only on Saturday, at PIRC we conduct the rides on Saturday and Sunday. Get Details.

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Karting – All weekend

You can get on the track yourself – take a spin on the Wilson karting track where you can reach speeds of 45 MPH! Both the red Birel Rock Karts as well as the black Junior Rental Karts will be available to accommodate most drivers eight years old and up. PIRC will donate a percentage of the proceeds to the Grand Prix charities. The kart, gas and all safety equipment are all included. No flip-flops or sandals permitted and children must be 10 or older. Call 724.535.1000 for Get Details.

Test & Tune – Thursday

There will be a Test & Tune Session hosted by the PVGP. Proceeds will benefit our charities. Cost is $225 for the day and will include several opportunities for you to test and prepare your car for the weekend’s races. Racers from both PVGP weekends are eligible. Spectators are welcome to watch. Get Details

Directions

From Pittsburgh, take the PA Turnpike west toward Ohio and take Exit 13 Ellwood City/Beaver Falls. Go north on Route 18 for 2.6 miles and turn left into PIRC. Drive time from downtown Pittsburgh is 50 minutes.

BMW - 2018 PVGP Marque of the Year

BMW is our 2018 Marque of the Year and to celebrate, the BMW CCA is bringing their annual national O'Fest to the Grand Prix in July! Look for 1,000 BMW enthusiasts to converge on Pittsburgh for Race Week and Schenley Park. Details

Donate Your Used Car to the PVGP

Vehicles for CharityIn partnership with Vehicles For Charity, the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix accepts pre-owned vehicles which will be auctioned to raise money for our charities. Fast, free pick-up, friendly service and better than a low trade-in or high repairs. You get a tax benefit while helping our charities. Donate Today

SCHENLEY PARK MAPS

This webpage contains information specifically for spectators. If you are a racer looking for entry forms, rules or eligibility please follow the link to our Driver’s Page.

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