The 2023 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix wrapped up its Race Week on Sunday, July 23 with vintage races through the streets and a car show at Schenley Park. It was the culmination of 10 days of races, car shows and parties. All to benefit charity.

The 41st PVGP was spectacular on so many fronts. Every one of our Motorsport Festival events was either sold out or packed! It’s a testament to our event chairs and volunteers.

Our 2023 Grand Marshal, Luigi Chinetti Jr. commented on how much the PVGP captured the glory days of racing at places like Watkins Glen in the late ‘50’s – the race car paddocks under shady trees, cars racing on the streets, people interacting with the cars and racers, and he was mesmerized by the sheer size of the car shows and the diversity of cars.

The passion for excellence, and the welcoming faces of the Pittsburgh community, were evident at every turn. The PVGP volunteers and the entire city were wonderful ambassadors for our guests and visitors.

See recent press coverage on our event:

Ferrari is the Marque of the PVGP with Jason Moka – Trib 7/24/23
Vintage Grand Prix Held in Schenley Park – WPXI 7/24/23
Schenley Park Draws Big Crowd, Honors Ferrari and MG – Post Gazette 7/24/23
Sewickley Stampede & Roundup – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette SEEN 7/24/23
PVGP Takes Place in Schenley Park – KDKA/CBS 7/23/23
Sounds of Speed – WTAE/ABC 7/22/23
The Most Exciting Thing You’ve Ever Seen – KDKA/CBS 7/21/23
PVGP Roars into Schenley Park – Observer Reporter 7/20/23
Getting in Gear for the PVGP – Talk Pittsburgh – KDKA TV 7/19/23
Black Tie & Tailpipes Post-Gazette SEEN 7/18/23

PVGP Set to Celebrate Things that Go Vroom – Tribune-Review 7/13/23

PVGP photographer Matthew Little attended every event this year – see his galleries below: