Sunday July 12, 2020
Our 2019 Rallye was a great day – we avoided the rain, saw many new roads and found a new home at Red Robin. Many thanks to Paul Macintyre, Bruce Gezon, Jerry Longstreth, Don Privett, Jeff Hutzelman and all of the other volunteers that made it a success. Dan Gerhart and his team at Red Robin rolled out the red carpet to hoist us all day long.
Any car enthusiast can register to participate in a fun, but competitive, mystery course that will test your driving, navigational and trivia skills through the Pittsburgh countryside. While the route and host site for 2020 have not been finalized, Paul MacIntyre and Bruce Gezon are excited to be able to explore the backroads north and east of Pittsburgh.
For details email Paul MacIntyre or phone him at 412 673-0998 (home).
Registration: 9:30 – 11:00 am
Mandatory Drivers Meeting: 11:00– 11:15 am
Rallye Cars Start Departing: 11:31 am (one each minute)
Dinner & Awards at Red Robin: Start at 4:30 pm
The entry fee for a team of two is $75 and includes entry and meals for two people. Meals for any additional participants can be purchased for only $20 each. Click on the Showclix link below to register.
If you use Facebook, be sure and click the “JOIN” link to let us know you’re coming too!
Kick-Off Rallye Officials
Rallymaster – Bruce Gezon
Rallye Chairman – Paul MacIntyre
Assistant Chairs – John Kerr and Pete Szymanski
2018 PVGP Rallye Results
1. John A Laslo and Dwayne Fielder
2. Matt and Jan Snyder
3.Seth and Katie Hoffman
2017 PVGP Rallye Results
1. Marco Morello and Tom Drnevich
2. Christopher Gezon and Mike Landsberg
3. Matthew Casebeer and Chris McGuigan
2016 PVGP Rallye Results
1. Joe Shaginaw and Robert Iseman – 78 points
2. John Laslo and Dwayne Fieldler – 82 points
3. Mike Vallo and Alex Vallo – 128 points
2015 PVGP Rallye Results
1. Joseph and Karen Teplitz (won 3-way tie breaker)
2. John Laslo and Dwayne Fieldler
3. Robert Iseman and Joe Shaginaw
2014 PVGP Rallye Results
1. Amber Back and Andrew Shafer
2. Greg Joseph and John Williams
3. Seth Hoffman and Katie Donaldson
PVGP Rallye History
Truly unique to our Rallye is that it’s open to the public – the first 90 driver/navigator teams to sign up get to run in a timed race through the streets and neighborhoods of Pittsburgh and its suburbs. Come have fun, get lost or maybe even join the parade!
Rallyes, popular in Europe, are relatively little-known in American motorsports – that’s where we got the extra “e” on the end! A rallye master sets the course, which is designed to be completed at the posted speed limits. Then, a set of directions is drawn up for the participants. These directions can be simple or incredibly difficult clues. The key is to pass through all checkpoints on time – being late or early will penalize the driver a certain number of points. So, even of you speed, you still can lose. In true Grand Prix style, the finish line will hold a party and awards ceremony for the participants.