Weekend July 20/21, 2019
The Grand Prix congratulates the Allegheny Region of the Porsche Club of America for their tremendous support of our event since the beginning. Each year they stage one of the largest and most impressive displays in Schenley Park.
Anchoring German Hill, the Porsche Club has been one of the Grand Prix’s largest and most supportive car clubs over the years. It’s members have played key roles in the growth and success of our car shows and races.
Attend one of the most Spectacular Vintage Races in the world – and Party ARPCA style! The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, now in its 37th year, is our Club’s biggest annual event. Come join hundreds of your fellow Club members, guests from other regions, and friends as we again gather on the lawn at Schenley Park to enjoy our cars, races and above all, camaraderie that has grown over the years. Whether this is your first PVGP weekend, or 37th, The PVGP takes place in scenic Schenley Park in the heart of Pittsburgh.
This year promises to be another fantastic event, and once again sunshine is predicted for the ENTIRE weekend! To top off the festivities, we will have a very special gathering of Porsches on display. To celebrate Porsches rich racing history, we will be featuring the Race Cars of Porsche! You’ll not want to miss the special race cars that we are gathering for this preeminent event. Besides the race cars, we will have the usual large gathering of many other very special and significant Porsches on display. In addition, we will once again feature the hugely popular Top 10 Peoples’ Choice Concours, which is open to all registered Porsches. Here are the highlights of the weekend of activities to enjoy:
2011 was the 50th anniversary of the Allegheny Region of the Porsche Club of America. On March 25, 1961, 31 Porsche owners and P.C.A. members gathered at McSorley’s Restaurant in the North Hills to form their own P. C. A. Chapter. Visit the Allegheny Region’s website to learn more about their history. Porsche was the marque of the year in 1994 and 2002, each time they set a record for charitable funds raised by the marque including 2011 when $73,500 was raised from the Marque and $200,000 was split between our charities.