Weekend, July 24/25, 2021
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix will host the Vintage Indy Exhibition at Schenley Park Race Weekend. “Indy in the Park” will feature a fan-friendly paddock, where fans can see the cars up close and meet the drivers. Each afternoon after lunch, fans get a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the cars on the track of the Schenley Park 2.33-mile road/street course circuit in exhibition sessions.
The Vintage Indy is dedicated to the history and preservation of Indianapolis Championship Cars from 1911 through 1999. With the collective efforts of enthusiasts, specialists, and professionals, the Registry’s goal is to ensure that these cars are more broadly appreciated and their history correctly preserved for future generations. The Registry represents each individual car’s carefully and accurately documented legacy assembled from museums, collections, and individual owners of “The Greatest Cars in Racing”.
Michael Lashmett, Vintage Indy CEO excitedly stated “the members of Vintage Indy are honored with the invitation to bring these iconic Indianapolis cars to the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, we all acknowledge the history of this storied event and look forward to bringing these historic cars before the throngs of fans along this scenic street course. A first really, the roar of vintage Indy cars in Schenley Park and all for a wonderful charitable cause. I can’t wait to hear the first Offy fire up! This is going to be thrilling for everyone!”
The PVGP is one of only four stops scheduled around the country in 2021: Indianapolis Motorspeedway in May, Road America/Wisconsin in June, Pittsburgh in July, and the WorldWide Technology Raceway in Madison, IL in August.
Here is a sampling of the Indy Cars for Exhibition at Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix:
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, presented by the Greater Pittsburgh Automobile Dealers Foundation, is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization with a mission to host an annual world-class vintage automotive event to raise funds for individuals with autism and intellectual and developmental disabilities. It is the nation’s largest vintage event and the only one run on city streets.
Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Association