Shelby Club’s Annual Convention Coming to Pitt Race During PVGP Historics on July 13-15, 2023
The Shelby American Automobile Club’s 48th Annual convention (SAAC-48) returns to the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix with three full days of activities for Shelby enthusiasts from Thursday, July 13, through Saturday, July 15. Shelby owners get open track sessions and parade laps on Thursday and Friday. There will be a Car Show and Concours Judging on Saturday. Shelby vendors and partners will be there on the Vehicle Dynamic Area all three days. Schedules, Online Registration, Hotel Information and details are available through SAAC-48.
The Grand Prix will also be racing at Pitt Race that weekend – here is more information on the PVGP Historics.
The Shelby Convention was here with the PVGP back in 2019 and it was a tremendous success. Mustang was honored as the Marque of the 2019 Year at Pitt Race and throughout PVGP Race Week.
Full Schedule of Shelby Events and Info on SAAC-48
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is the nation’s largest vintage street race and the largest vintage race event, spanning 10 days with two race weekends, car shows, parties, parades and motorsport events. The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Association raises funds for autistic and IDD charities, donating over $6 million since their founding in 1983.
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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