2020 marks the 38th year for the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix – many thanks to our drivers for putting on such a great show! To the right you will find links for race groups, eligibility, schedules and hotel accommodations for both race weekends. If you can’t find what you’re looking for please send us an email.
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Association has a rich 38-year history and is enthusiastic about the future. Our two unique race events provide the ideal combination of vintage and historic racing in a complete 10-day motorsport festival. For 2020 we kick things off in grand style with a 4-day weekend of vintage sports cars, monoposto and historic race cars at the challenging Pitt Race Complex. This is followed by a week of motorsport activities throughout Pittsburgh, capped off by the nation’s only vintage street race through the stone-walled, tree-lined streets of Schenley Park in the original spirit of vintage racing that took place on public roads in the 1940s and 1950s. All PVGP events benefit charity, with $5 million raised to help individuals with autism and developmental disabilities.
The driving goal of the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is to honor our automotive history by encouraging the preservation and racing of vintage cars in a format that emphasizes driver safety and etiquette while presenting a friendly environment for our drivers and 200,000 enthusiastic fans.The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Association stages and sanctions both race weekends. We welcome licensed drivers from all vintage race organizations to race with us at these two unique venues.