Photo Highlights from the 2023 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix
The 41st Edition of the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is now complete. We are so grateful to all the photographers who contributed their images to help us show the world what an incredible event we have here in Pittsburgh. Even if you attended every event, there’s no way to see everything. Fortunately, we have a team of great photographers to capture all the action, cars, and people! We combed through 5,000 images from 12 photographers and grouped 1,000 images into 25 separate event folders.
Visit our PVGP Flickr page where we’ve posted 12,000 images since 2012. There are 272 Albums with over 3 million views!
Many thanks to the photographers that make this possible. Our Official Photographer Matthew Little covers all of our events and along with Bill Stoler provide many of the track photos. Marsha Green Robin Thompson and Paul Vladuchick cover our parties and festivities. Kobus Reyneke returned as a Porsche racer and chronicled his journey with some great racing images. Gary Farrell, Corkboard Concepts and Steve Ray provided aerial images that give a perspective of Schenley Park. Other contributing photographers: Joe Labbiento, Greg Ondayko, Kim Kochera, Michael DiPleco, Ed Major DoctaM3, Steve Parsons, Victor Corante, Kurt Klingensmith, Amy Rocini, and Dan DelBianco
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ABOUT THE PITTSBURGH VINTAGE GRAND PRIX
Begun in 1983, the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Motorsport Festival features two weekends of racing action. The first weekend is the PVGP Historics at Pittsburgh International Race Complex. The second weekend is racing through a 2.33-mile road course set on the streets of Schenley Park. In between the race weekends there are car shows, parties, road rallies, a blacktie formal and a hangar party. The PVGP is a volunteer driven organization with 1,200 individuals dedicated to staging th ecountry’s largest vintage race event. It is also a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization with a mission to provide residential care, treatment and support for people with autism and intellectual/developmental disabilities – donating $6.4 million to the Autism-Pittsburgh and Merakey Allegheny Valley School.
CONTACT Dan DelBianco (412) 559-3500 email@example.com