Westminster student Brad Kolesar created a documentary on the PVGP last year titled Hitting the Redline, capturing the whole two weeks of the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix.  Brad commented “I have a strong connection with the event.  My grandfather, father and myself built three cars to race over the past eight years, making it great bonding moment between us. When tasked to create a documentary for my college capstone, it was an easy choice to combine my two passions of racing a film together. With the event being one of a kind and in the backyard of Pittsburgh, I believe it was important to capture the history while publicizing the event, which all of the proceeds going to charity.”

Brad, pictured far right with his dad Russ (left) and grandfather Jack (center) racing at the PVGP.

This 22 minute video covers each PVGP event in detail and provides a unique driver’s perspective.

Brad races in the PVGP with his father and grandfather – they can usually be found together in the Schenley Park paddock.

We think you will agree it is an awesome video that captures the excitement, sights and sounds of our event. You can view it now by clicking on the screenshot to the left or you can wait to watch it on your big screen this Saturday!

Where: WQED’s “Filmmakers Corner”
When: Saturday May 19th at 10PM.