This year, the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix marks its 40th Year and is providing a chance for you to join in the celebration. Take a lap of both tracks to be a part of the revelry and help our charities.
The PVGP celebrates the 20th Kastner Cup Race at Pitt Race with a British Sports Car Lap of the Track on Saturday, July 16 at approx 12:15 PM.
You can be a part of this special charity event and participate in the lap of the track in your own car during the lunch break on Saturday! Bring as many people as you can fit into your car and wave to the crowd as you take the 2.8-mile circuit of the track.
Your $40 charity contribution will directly benefit our charity partners at Autism Pittsburgh and Merakey Allegheny Valley School. Thank you for supporting the PVGP and our Charity Partners.
Questions, contact Gary Kincel firstname.lastname@example.org
All Triumph cars are eligible for this parade lap (no motorbikes allowed). We are also allowing any British sports car made prior to 1983.
Participants for the parade will line up on the starting grid starting no sooner than noon on Saturday after the Formula Ford Race Group departs the grid for their scheduled 11:50 AM race. If there are no incidents and we are on schedule the lap is scheduled to start at 12:15 PM. Parade participants will follow a pace car for a single lap of the 2.8 mile track. The parade is limited to 125 cars and should take no more than 25 minutes. After your parade lap of the track, you will have enough time to park your car and get in place to watch the Kastner Cup Race scheduled for 1:15 PM. Sorry, there is not enough time for you to take a second lap so it is limited to one lap per car. Historics Race Schedule
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is a charity event that benefits Autism-Pittsburgh and Merakey Allegheny Valley School – two local charities that support individuals with autism and intellectual and developmental disabilities. Details
Please note: When you register and pay online through this ShowClix site, print or save the email receipt on your phone. You will need to bring that to gain entrance to the Parade. This does not include entry into the track – that is done separately.
The 2.8-mile road course has 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. There will see parts of the track that are only visible in a car on the track – turns 3 thru 7 are part of the new South Track that dips into the valley and come back up to the back straight-away. Don’t miss this rare opportunity!