Following a weekend of racing at Pitt Race International, PVGP capped off it’s 10-day extravaganza racing through the stone-walled, tree-lined streets of Schenley Park just as they did in 1983. Fans line the snow fence to watch the races through the idyllic park setting and everyone enjoys the unique ethos of this storied vintage event.
VM contributor Bill Stoler was once again running throughout the park to capture and share the sights. Look for a full writeup with more of Bill’s photos in an upcoming issue of Vintage Motorsport.
The Forbes Avenue of Speed Parade & Reception Friday evening kicked off the Schenley Park Race Weekend. Photo: Bill Stoler.
Photo: Bill Stoler
Duane P Smith Jr qualifying his 1971 Porsche 914-6 Saturday morning. Photo: Bill Stoler
Craig Seifert nabbed Sunday’s Pre-War & Preservation race win in his 1959 Austin Healey Sprite. Photo: Bill Stoler
Richard Milesky part of the featured marque contingent in his 1970 Porsche 911 3.0. Photo: Bill Stoler
Charles Dolan on his way to a P2 finish during Saturday’s Production Under 1.5L (pre-1975) race. Photo: Bill Stoler
Nate Scigliano getting all he can from his 1959 Elva Formula Junior 100. Photo: Bill Stoler
Bryner Raudibaugh and his 1970 Fiat 850 Spyder had a great weekend finishing P2 in the Pre-War & Preservation group. Photo: Bill Stoler
Matthew Kuli (1972 Datsun 240z) looking for a way past Kevin Maehling and his 1971 Porsche 911E. Photo: Bill Stoler
Wes Allen capped the weekend off with a win Sunday in his 1977 ARR Eagle DGF. Photo: Bill Stoler
Checkered flag flies on 40 years of the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. On to 41… Photo: Bill Stoler