PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — After missing a year due to COVID-19, the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is back.
The races are an all-day event starting at 8:30 a.m. and going until 5 p.m.READ MORE: St. Patrick's Day Parade In Pittsburgh Sees Smaller Crowd For Celebrations In September
It’s the signature event of the Pittsburgh Grand Prix.
For drivers not racing, there are road closures in the area.
Boulevard of the Allies will be closed in a few different areas, including the ramp to Anderson Playground.
Also, it will be closed from Overlook Drive to Hobart Street, and there will be lane restrictions from the Charles Anderson Bridge to Overlook Drive.READ MORE: Male Suspect In Custody After 3 People Shot At Baby Shower At Kinloch Volunteer Fire Department
Prospect Drive and Beacon Street will both be closed also to Hobart Street.
If you’re looking for parking in the area, it’s available on Flagstaff Hill and there will be shuttle buses to take you to the park.
This is all about fundraising for the Autism Society, and COVID-19 put a damper on the donations last year.
So this weekend, the grand prix is hoping to recoup their losses.Allegheny Co. Police Investigating After Woman Found With Gunshot Wound In City Of Duquesne