The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix’s mission is to produce a world-class vintage racing event in order to raise funds to help provide residential care, treatment and support for developmentally disabled individuals in the Pittsburgh region.
In 2015 we will celebrate our 33nd annual event. Many volunteers never imagined we’d get to this point, but they are still here making it all happen each July. It’s a testament to the dedication of our volunteers and the allure of the Grand Prix.The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is a non-profit organization that stages the races for the benefit of spectators and to raise important funds for the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School.
The PVGPA pays 100% of the cost to host this event including rental and repair of the golf course and services including trash removal, port-a-johns, security and tents. There is no charge for spectators at Schenley Park and we ask that you follow our guidelines.
Vendor Village at Schenley Park
Vendor Village at Schenley Park has been transformed with uniformed tents and a dedicated vendor pathway.
This is a dedicated area within Schenley Park that provides an excellent opportunity for you to display and sell your products and services to over 200,000 weekend spectators.
Vendor Village at PVGP Historics at Pitt-Race
Now in it’s 10th year, the loud and exciting PVGP Historic Races provide another opportunity for you to exhibit during our Race Week.
Vendor Village at Waterfront Car Cruise
While our race weekends attract tens of thousands of spectators, don’t forget about our Waterfront Car Cruise. Within a few short hours you will be exposed to an enthusiastic crowd of several thousand. The audience is composed of auto enthusiasts who bring their car, families out for the evening and shoppers from the hundreds of Waterfront stores.