Sunday July 19 2015: Time 1:00PM estimated
Each year we stage a special race to honor our marque of the year. With all Italian Cars being recognized we are anticipating a large contingent to battle for the honor of Italy. This race will be the first race after lunch on Sunday afternoon. See full race schedule. It will be 8 laps or 20 minutes. Participants must be enlisted to race within one of our vintage race groups for the weekend. Italian cars will be honored throughout all 10 days of the 2015 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. Click here for details and links to our other Race Week events. We hope to see all of Italy’s great racing cars: Ferrari, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Abarth and Lancia as well as some of the rare brands like Isotta Fraschini, Bandini, Siata or Stangueillini.
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The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Association is a federally registered 501c (3) non-profit organization with a mission to hold a world-class vintage automotive race event for charity.
Since 1983 this volunteer-driven event has raised over $6 million to benefit autistic and developmentally disabled individuals through the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School. The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix remains North America's largest vintage race event, the only one run on city streets, and the 8th largest car show in the World.
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