I encourage you to check out The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. http://www.pvgp.org
This is truly, a unique vintage racing event. It is not only America’s largest vintage race, but the only one run on city streets – the way sports car racing began. I have attended this event as a spectator for many years and took my Fiero as part of the car show for the first time, last year. As a spectator, the admission is free. Bring a chair, blanket and a picnic lunch or buy from the many food vendors. For the combined car show it's $25 for a spot, program and dash plaque. Cars are grouped by country and manufacturer and your spot is good for the entire weekend!
2009 will be the 27th consecutive year racing through the park setting. Vintage racing at Schenley Park is the culmination of a 10-day Race Week highlighted by Historic Races at BeaveRun, numerous car shows, cruises, a Blacktie Gala, and our Kickoff Road Rallye.
Their web site is interesting, complete and I encourage you to check it out. For anyone even remotely interested in cars, old and new, this is just way too much fun!