Photo Highlights from the 2022 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix
The 40th Edition of the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is now complete. We are so grateful to all the photographers that contribute their images to help us show the world what an incredible event we have here in Pittsburgh. Even if you attended every day of the 2022 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, 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 22 separate event folders.
Visit our PVGP Flickr page where we’ve posted 900 images into 21 unique photo galleries.
Since 2011 the PVGP has been featuring our event photography on the Flickr site. In total there are 272 Albums containing about 10,000 images.
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. Harry Dempsey and Dan Dishart also contribute their professional images. Marsha Green, Mark Bolster and Paul Vladuchick cover our parties and festivities. CR Bennett is always on the move at Schenley Park and other events capturing the spirit of the Grand Prix. Kobus Reyneke came to town as a Porsche racer this year and chronicled his journey with some great racing images. Chris Beal, Samuel Copeland, Jared Shahn and Albert Heiles are well known in social media circles and have contributed a great many images recently – welcome aboard! Gary Farrell provided aerial images that give a perspective not seen before.
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About the PVGP
Begun in 1983, the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Motorsport Festival features two weekends of racing action. The first weekend is the PVGP Historics at Pitt Race. The second weekend is racing on a 2.33-mile road course set on the streets of Schenley Park, a city park adjacent to the Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh campuses. Between the race weekends there are car shows, parties, car shows road rallies, and more. PVGP is a volunteer-run event with 1,200 volunteers. The PVGP is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization with a charity mission and has raised $6 million for individuals with autism and intellectual disabilities. PVGP History