2023 Race Weekend & International Car Show in Schenley Park - July 22/23
The Allegheny Chapter celebrates all BMW Touring models at this year’s event. Although some consider a wagon to simply be a family hauler, we know within the BMW CCA that there is an underground cult of enthusiasts that love these practical performance machines. The M cars get lots of love. Let’s celebrate the Touring! Maybe this will start a movement to bring the M3 Touring to America!
As always, all years and models are welcome for our weekend events. Registration includes weekend parking in Car Corral and access to BMW Tent, Race Program, and decal. You do not have to be a member of the BMW CCA to join us for lunch or take part in our activities in Schenley Park!
Laurel Highlands Driving Tour - Friday, July 21
Driving Tour of the Laurel Highlands. Experience the beautiful countryside southeast of Pittsburgh in your BMW. $15 per car registration. There is no limit on passengers. Lunches at historic Stone House Restaurant in Farmington, PA are not included and can be purchased for $30 each. BMW CCA membership is required to participate in this event.
Dinner Reception at Indigo Hotel - Friday, July 21 at 7:00 PM
BMW Allegheny Chapter Dinner Reception at the Indigo Hotel located at 329 Technology Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15219. $40 per person for a buffet dinner. Cash bar available. the contemporary, American Style Bistro serves dinner with an impressive selection of local libations.
BMW Car Corral - Weekend July 22/23
Join 300 other BMW enthusiasts at the BMW Pavilion overlooking turn 13 of the track. You can register you car and add lunches - click on the Details and Registration box to the right for more information.
Opening Ceremony Parade - Sunday, July 23
Be a part of our Opening Ceremonies on Sunday, July 23 at 11:00 AM and take a parade lap of the track in your own car! Bring as many people as you can fit into your car and wave to the crowd as you take the 2.3 mile(opens in a new tab) circuit of the track. Participants for the parade will line up along Schenley Drive starting at 9:30 Sunday morning. You will enter the track at the Westinghouse Pond and parade past the opening ceremony area along the golf course, down past the start/finish line and exit at Phipps Conservatory and then find your way back to your spot on the golf course.
Thank you for supporting the PVGP and our charities. This show is a fundraiser that provides residential care, treatment and support for people with autism and intellectual/developmental disabilities. With your help we have donated $6.4 million to charity since 1983.
Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to hold a world-class vintage automotive event for charity. It is the region's premier summer event for hundreds of thousands of automotive enthusiasts in that it combines charitable fundraising with car shows and vintage sports car racing on city streets.