If you expect the best and will settle for nothing less
2011 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is quite a unique vintage racing event. It is not only America’s largest vintage race, but the only one run on city streets -- the way sports car racing began. Funds raised help provide residential care, treatment and support for autistic and developmentally disabled individuals in the greater Pittsburgh area through the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School.
2011 marked the PVGP's 29th consecutive year racing through Schenley Park's beautiful park setting. Vintage racing at Schenley Park is the culmination of a 10-day Race Week highlighted by Historic Races at BeaveRun, numerous car shows, cruises, a Blacktie Gala, and a Kickoff Road Rallye.