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If you haven’t experienced vintage street racing, this signature event of the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix should be on your bucket list. Over 200,000 spectators fill the golf course and surrounding Schenley Park streets to experience car shows and vintage racing honoring that of the origins of sports car road racing in the 40’s and 50’s at venues like Watkins Glen and Elkhart Lake. Now in it's 37th year, the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix stays true to its mission of creating a world class automotive event to raise funds to help provide residential care, treatment and support for autistic and intellectually and developmentally disabled individuals in the Pittsburgh region. Because of the generous support and contributions from our sponsors, and the dedication of our volunteers, we have been able to donate $5.5 million to charity since 1983.

What has grown from a 1 day event in 1983 is now a 10 day vintage motorsports festival consisting of races, car shows, driving tours, car cruises, parties and much more ending with the signature Schenley Park weekend. Over 2,000 cars from every corner of the world and over 200,000 spectators come to Schenley Park to watch vintage racers from all over the country race on a closed road course the way sports car racing used to be. The Volkswagen car show is one of the best car shows within the event. Hosted by the Fresh Air Volkswagen Club. The PVGP event is open to all makes, models, and years with individual shows for Volkswagen, Porsche, Audi, etc.

For more information on the event including a full schedule of activities, visit http://www.pvgp.org

Volkswagen Show information. https://www.pvgp.org/car-shows/schen...agen-car-show/
Porsche Show information. https://www.pvgp.org/porsche/
Audi Show information. https://www.pvgp.org/audi/
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