Every summer motorheads from all over the US, and for that matter the world, converge on Schenley Park in Pittsburgh for an event unlike anywhere else in the nation. The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is our nations largest vintage car race and the only one in which the race track is the street. Challenging is an understatement, the track is constructed on the streets that winds through Pittsburgh’s, Schenley Park. From Serpentine Curve to the Panther Hollow Bridge, this track gives these drivers a test unlike any other they experience. Alongside the races, the golf course in Schenley Park turns into a playground for a collection of priceless and vintage cars. You will find just about every car you have ever dreamed about owning from the new hybrid Porsche 918 Spider to a whole field filled with the marque car of the year, the Fiat. If you have any interest in cars whatsoever, you will want to mark your calendar for next years Grand Prix and start planning your trip now because you don’t want to miss this.