Vintage Grand Prix wraps up at Schenley Park

Pittsburgh’s 35th annual Vintage Grand Prix came to a close Sunday in Schenley Park after 10 days of races, shows and car exhibits around the city.

The international car show featured an array of unique vehicles, both new and old, from around the world. Though there were countless displays to walk through on the event’s concourse, one of the most popular destinations at the VGP was the Cortile (the Italian car display) which showcased favorites like Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini.

Take a look at the Cortile’s colorful display, older classic cars, races and even some automobile art for sale on the final day of the show.

Local vendors also set up shop at the show, with several pizza and gelato shops appropriately serving their food near the Italian car show.

The shows and races wrapped up for another year at 4 p.m. Sunday.

Find final race results on the show’s website.

For more RabbleVID coverage of the Vintage Grand Prix, including an interview with some of the racers, click here.

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