I attended this event for the first time last year, and returned again this year. I figured I'd post up a little bit about it.
Basically, it's a week and a half long event consisting of car shows, scenic drives, food, music, etc.... culminating in a number of classifications of vintage car races through Schenley Park in Pittsburgh. This year was the 31st running of the event, which uses all proceeds from the events to benefit a couple of local schools serving individuals with various disabilities. PVGP is run on a very challenging and dangerous track, and is the only vintage event held on city streets in the U.S. As a result, the event has gained a lot of notoriety both nationally and internationally. Here's the website if you'd like to know more.
Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix | Presented by Shop 'n Save
Below is a map of the course highlighted in red. The start/finish is marked in the lower right and the course runs clockwise from there.
And an on-board video from last years event.
Between the small show on Monday and the main events this weekend, I took a good number of pictures, so I'll just include some samples here. The full album can be found here.
A few phone shots from the Walnut Street show on Monday.