Gallery: Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix

Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer

Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
A corner worker checks with a driver after running off the track. Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jaguar F-Type pace car leads the cars out onto the track. Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Corner workers check with a driver who lost power and pulled off the track. Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Pittsburgh Cars N Coffee showcases exotic cars. Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Austin Healey’s lined up on the British show field. Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Spectators look at a Ferrari 328 in the Italian Cortile Show. Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Jeff Ahearn | Senior Staff Photographer
Cars race towards Panther Hollow Bridge during the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. Stephen Caruso | Contributing Editor
Jayfers Johnson came with his family, including wife Mildred, and his two kids, left to right, Jaden, age 10, and Jordan, age 8, to the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. They drove all the way from Erie, because Jayfers “enjoy[s] the Grand Prix, man.” Stephen Caruso | Contributing Editormore
George Shafer, at his 32nd PGVP, poses with his car, a 1951 MG TD. Stephen Caruso | Contributing Editor
Shafer finished 1st in his race Sunday. Stephen Caruso | Contributing Editor



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