North Hills Sports Car Club
Schenley Park is the scene of one of the area’s largest car shows on the July 22/23 weekend. The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix stages an International Car Show – a combined show of 17 distinct displays featuring more than 3,000 cars.
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The North Hills Sports Car Club is hosting a Car Display on the Bob O'Connor Golf Course at Schenley Park. They will be displayed next to the MINI of Pittsburgh tent on German Hill at turn 13 on the track.
The North Hills Sports Car Club will enter at the bottom of Schenley Drive thru the German Hill/European Gate on the left.
Cost: $50 per car
Your fee includes your weekend car display spot, a PVGP Race Program ($10 value) and a PVGP decal. You will receive 2 PVGP wristbands ($10 each value) that a(opens in a new tab)llow access to the show field and at the start/finish area all weekend.
Registration can only be done through this online Vivenu portal. When you register, you will need to add the year, make, and model of your car - it is imperative that you enter this information so that you get a dash card and be placed in the proper show. You will need to bring that receipt to (opens in a new tab)gain entry to the Car Show field at the top of Schenley Drive. Your receipt will contain a QR code that will be scanned upon entry to facilitate a quick and touchless process. We strongly encourage you to pre-register now to ensure you get a spot on the field and to speed up the entry process. Refunds and single-day discounts are not available.
Sunday Parade Lap
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 circuit of the track. Participants for the parade will begin to 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 and then complete the lap past the start/finish line. You will 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.