2022 PVGP Vintage Races at Schenley ParkSchenley Park Race Circuit
About this event
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix has a rich history of racing through the stone-walled, tree-lined streets of Schenley Park since 1983. Fans line the snow fence to watch the races through the idyllic park setting. This is the highlight of our 10-day motorsport festival. PVGP homepage for Schenley Park Races
MISSION The driving goal of the PVGP is to honor our automotive history by encouraging the preservation and racing of vintage cars in a format that emphasizes driver safety and etiquette while presenting a friendly and welcoming atmosphere for our drivers – all to raise valuable funds for our autism and Intellectual and developmental disability charity partners.
40TH YEAR The PVGP celebrates its 40th year this summer. Many thanks to the racers who make this all possible and to the race side volunteers who keep everyone safe. This started as a single-day race on the Labor Day weekend in 1983 and has grown into a full two weeks of motorsport activities. Our 40th logo was designed in the Brumos Porsche livery, honoring Porsche as our 2022 Marque of the Year.
SPRITE-MIDGET RACE A $50 donation is requested from participants for this end-of-day Saturday race pitting Austin Healey Sprites vs. MG Midgets. Details
CHARITY Since 1983 our racers have shared the wheel with the PVGP in helping to donate more than $6 million to help individuals affected by autism and intellectual and developmental disabilities. Entry fees are suggested donations and are tax-deductible. We stage charity rides to raise funds for charity. Your participation is appreciated. These rides provide a once-in-a-lifetime experience for race fans. Please consider participating at PIRC on Saturday and Sunday and at Schenley Park on Saturday.
TOW ONCE, RACE TWICE! Race with us at Pitt Race and the PVGP will securely store your rig at the track for free so you can return the following weekend to race in Schenley Park. After you have completed your racer registration for Schenley Park and you begin to register for the Historics, you will be prompted to indicate if you already entered at Schenley and when you affirm, a $120 discount will be automatically applied toward your Historics entry.
TEST & TUNE Schenley racers are eligible to participate in the July 14 Test & Tune at Pitt Race the week before. Details
DRIVER RECEPTION The free Friday night Driver Reception at Orr's Jewelry Store is returning this year! Driver and crew are admitted with your wrist bands. Details
HOTELS The PVGP has a hotel partnership with several nearby hotels - Visit the PVGP Hotel Partner page
CONTACT Schenley Park Competition Director: Joe Teplitz (646) 258-4000 firstname.lastname@example.org or call (412) 680-2292 or contact our registrar John Ross (412) 759-7687
SCHENLEY PARK RACE GROUPS
- Pre-War, Preservation and Production Under 1 Litre
- Vintage Sports Racers, Formula Racers & FF
- Production Under 1.5 Litres
- Sports Cars Under 2.0 Litres
- Sports Cars Over 2.0 Litres
- Sprite-Midget Race on Saturday Afternoon
- Porsche Marque Race on Sunday after Opening Ceremonies
Schenley Park Vintage Races - July 23/24, 2022
Entry Fees: Regular: $550 Late (after July 1): $600
Single session Sprite-Midget Saturday Race: $50
Single session Porsche Marque Sunday Race: $50
2nd or 3rd Car/Same Driver or Same Car/Same Driver in 2 Groups: $200
Optional Saturday Night Dinner with beer at start/finish line: $20 per person
Schenley racers can participate in the Test & Tune the week before at Pitt Race: $250
Friday Night Driver Reception at Orr's Jewelers is included with entry.
Combo Entry - Historics at PIRC & Schenley Park Races - $120 Discount
Regular: $1,025 Late: (after July 1) $1,125
After you have completed your racer registration for Schenley Park and you begin to register for the Historics, you will be prompted to indicate if you already entered at Schenley and when you affirm, a $120 discount will be automatically applied toward your Historics entry.
License: This event is open to any driver holding a current valid racing license from a vintage racing organization that is recognized as a member of the Vintage Motorsports Council. The PVGP Competition Committee retains the right to make the final decision as to individual driver eligibility. Competitors must be at least 18 years old.
If you do not have a medical on file with the organization that issued your license, please complete the PVGP Medical Form with your doctor's signature and upload it with your registration.