Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix

Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix

Experience a world-class, one-of-a-kind automotive event inside a city park!

The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix (PVGP) is the nation's largest vintage street race and the only one staged on public roads. It’s considered by drivers to be the most challenging racecourse worldwide with its tight turns, elevation changes and natural obstacles like stone walls, curbs, manhole covers and telephone poles.

Mark your calendar for the 2022 Pittsburgh Grand Prix on July 15-25, 2022. 

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Race Weekend has lots of family-friendly, automotive-themed activities. Whether you’re a car enthusiast, a spectator or just curious to know more about the event, come and spend the weekend in this lush urban park. Experience the excitement of the races and the beauty of the landscape. See colorful, classic cars navigate the park’s bends. Cheer for your favorite car or driver. Grab a snack or a cool drink at Vendor Village, which has a view of the racetrack so you won’t miss any of the action. Check out the 2022 PVGP Race Week lineup: 

  • July 15 | Blacktie & Tailpipes
  • July 15-17 | PVGP Historics Weekend 
  • July 18 | Walnut Street Car Show
  • July 19 | Waterfront Car Cruise
  • July 20 | Downtown Car Display
  • July 20 | Tune-Up at SouthSide Works
  • July 21 | Countryside Tour
  • July 21 | Jet Center Party
  • July 22 | Forbes Avenue of Speed
  • July 23-24 | Race Weekend in Schenley Park

2021 PVGP Schenley Park Vintage Races

The PVGP began in 1983 to raise funds to help provide residential care, treatment and support for autistic and intellectually and developmentally disabled individuals in the Pittsburgh region. Their two charities are the Pittsburgh Autism Society and Merakay Allegheny Valley School.