WELCOME TO PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONAL RACE COMPLEX
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THERE'S A LOT TO DO AND SEE
Pittsburgh International Race Complex is located in scenic and quaint Beaver County – home to many shops, restaurants, bed and breakfast’s, state parks, and attractions. We’re located just 45 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, just off the Pennsylvania Turnpike, I-76 exit 13 (Beaver Valley), and easily accessible from Interstates 79, 376, and 80.
You might think that racetracks don't change much. You pave them and then you race on them - but that’s not the case with Pittsburgh International Race Complex. Since Jim and Kathy took ownership a decade ago it gets bigger and better each year.
Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix
Catering to sports cars, formula cars, motorcycles and more, our main track complex offers three different configurations. The North Track, originally opened in 2002, is 1.6 miles long and the South Track, which was added in 2011, covers 1.2 miles. Combined, the full course is 2.78 miles in length and features significant elevation changes, following the natural terrain that winds throughout the 427-acre property. Both courses have been completely resurfaced and can be combined or run independently.
In addition to the main racing surfaces, Pitt Race also boasts the 0.82 mile kart track designed by Alan Wilson, and a six-acre skid pad used for driver training and autocross.