Historics at Pitt Race

Friday, July 26, 2024
July 25-28, 2024

Experience the heart-pounding thunder of the PVGP Historics at Pittsburgh International Race Complex. If you are looking for speed, muscle and thunder, this is the place to be. Since 2004, racers from all over the country have come to the 2.8-mile purpose-built track 40 miles northwest of Pittsburgh for fierce and competition between the legends of the 60s and early 70s, including Mustangs, Corvettes, Jaguars, BMWs, Porsches and Alfa Romeos, just to name a few.

The Historic Race Weekend provides plenty of excitement for the entire family. Visit the cars and drivers in the expansive paddock and watch the races from several vantage points. Food/drink vendors and sponsors are located throughout the facility. Including Helltown Brewing – the “Official Beer of the PVGP” If you feel the personal need for speed, that can be done too. For a donation to the charity, you can rent a kart and reach speeds up to 45 mph on the .82 mile karting track. Look for this event to grow in popularity and numbers in the coming years.

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2023 PVGP Historics at Pitt Race


Front Gate Admission

The single-day admission cost is $25 per person per day when purchased in advance through this website. Cost at the gate will be $30. Children 12 and under are free. Each ticket is good for a one-day entry that can be used on either Thursday, July 25, Friday July 26, Saturday, July 27, or Sunday, July 28. Parking outside the gate is included at no cost. If you wish to park within the two special trackside car shows that can be done thru our Vivenu portal.

VIP Parking on Spectator Hill

$30 per day to park your car within the track facility. This is in addition to your admission to enter the gate. This is a special parking area on the top of Spectator Hill with a view of the north and south tracks.


Water Tower Car Corral Parking

Drive your show car to the event and be a part of the Car Corral. Park near the water tower on the hill overlooking the final turn of the track. A great way to watch the races and see a wide variety of cars. It requires a $10 donation per car per day to park in the Car Corral. This is in addition to your admission at the gate.


GT40 Charity Track Rides

At lunchtime on Saturday and Sunday we conduct the PVGP Track Rides for Charity. To celebrate the 60th Reunion of the legendary GT40 we are offering a ride in a GT40 or Ford GT on the 2.8 mile racetrack with your $60 donation to our charities.

Karting – All weekend

Take a spin on the world-class .83-mile Wilson Karting Circuit where you can reach speeds of 45 MPH! The kart, gas, and all safety equipment are included. Closed-toe shoes are required. The drivers must be between 5′ and 6’2″ tall. No age requirements. Call 724.535.1000 to Get Details.

Pittsburgh International Race Complex is a 400-acre motorsports facility featuring a 2.8-mile road course with 19 corners and multiple elevation changes, a .83 mile long Wilson Karting Track that is one of the fastest around, and a 6-acre skid pad for specialized training in performance and evasive driving maneuvers including autocross and drifting. Pitt Race offers something for everyonr.

The full road racing course at Pitt Race features 19 turns following the natural elevation of the landscape of Western, PA. These hills and valleys are highlighted in an 85-foot vertical elevation change between turns 3 and 6 along with numerous blind turns and 4 high-speed straight-aways. Pitt Race provides something for all styles of racing, from technical sections and turns where lines mean everything to areas where high horsepower cars can stretch their legs. Spectator Hill provides the perfect perch for watching some great racing, with a view of about 70% of the track.



From Pittsburgh, take the PA Turnpike west toward Ohio and take Exit 13 Ellwood City/Beaver Falls. Go north on Route 18 for 2.6 miles and turn left into PIRC. Drive time from downtown Pittsburgh is 50 minutes.

Pittsburgh International Race Complex
201 Penndale Road
Wampum PA 16157
(724) 535-1000

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Event details: Start date Friday, July 26, 2024 9:00 am End date Sunday, July 28, 2024 5:00 pm Calendar Historics at Pitt Race
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