The country's largest vintage race and the only one held on city streets. >>
Come see muscle cars battle it out at the newly expanded Pitt Race Complex July 11 and 12.
In the week between our race weekends the Grand Prix has car events each night.
More than 2,000 cars cover the fairways at Schenley Park. >>
Contact us today to learn about our exciting new sponsorship opportunities. >>
Our volunteers are the best, with over 1,000 dedicated individuals making our event happen. >>
To date the PVGP has raised $3.7 million for the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School. >>
March 9th, 2015
To celebrate 60 years of Thunderbird excitement, the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is honoring the Ford Thunderbird as the 2015 Spotlight Car.The Pitt Birds Thunderbird Club will present a grand display of Thunderbirds with models from each of the eleven generations. All years and models of Thunderbirds are welcome. The cost is the same as the Car Show - $30 for the weekend. YouRead full story
March 1st, 2015
Here at the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix we are thrilled to announce that artist Dwight Knowlton, author of The Little Red Racing Car, has been selected as our Official Artist for 2015! Dwight created our poster art above and will also be creating artwork for event logos and merchandise. Dwight will be joining us at Schenley Park as our Grand Marshal to help us "Celebrate theRead full story
February 17th, 2015
The Greater Pittsburgh Automobile Dealers Foundation (GPADF) rolled out the Red CARpet for the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, one of the best parties Pittsburgh has all year! Over a thousand auto enthusiasts ‘wheeled’ into the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for the Red CARpet Charity Premiere, an opening event to the Pittsburgh International Auto Show.The event was a sneak preview of theRead full story
February 14th, 2015
On Thursday night, February 12, the donation check was presented by the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix and the Greater Pittsburgh Automobile Dealers Foundation to the Grand Prix charities - an incredible $360,000 was donated and split between the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School. These funds were a combined total from the 2014 Grand Prix and the 2015 AutoRead full story