We were fortunate the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix was able to “Get Back on Track” this past summer. But even those lucky enough to attend every day of every event, there was no way to see everything. Fortunately, organizers had a team of great photographers to capture all the action, cars, and people.
Visit the PVGP Flickr Gallery (link HERE) where organizers have posted more than 800 images separated into 22 photo galleries. The photography is breathtaking and the images will give you a close up look at many of the 3,000 vehicles that graced the 2021 event.
The PVGP, presented by the Greater Pittsburgh Automobile Dealers Foundation, raises funds for autistic and intellectual/developmental disability charities, and has donated $5.9 million since its founding in 1983.
In 2022, the renowned event will celebrate its 40th anniversary. Notably among the highlights, Porsche will be honored as the Marque of the Year (artist Burton Morris is working on the event poster that will feature the Brumos Porsche 911); and the Kastner Cup Triumph Race will headline the PVGP Historics.
2022 PVGP Race Week:
Blacktie & Tailpipes – July 15
PVGP Historics – July 15-17
Walnut Street Car Show – Mon., July 18
Waterfront Car Cruise – Tue., July 19
Downtown Car Display – Wed., July 20
Tune-Up at SouthSide Works – Wed., July 20
Countryside Tour – Thurs., July 21
Jet Center party – Thurs., July 21
Forbes Avenue of Speed – Fri., July 22
Race Weekend in Schenley Park – July 23-24
For more information on the 2022 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, click HERE.