You know it’s the pinnacle of summer in Pittsburgh with the sweet sound of car engines revving and burbling throughout Schenley Park. Yep, the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix goes full throttle on TechVibe Radio as we preview what has become an iconic Pittsburgh event over the last 35 years.

We talk to Ted Soiher, the Voice of the Grand Prix, to learn about its founding and how it raises money for autistic and intellectually/developmentally disabled individuals.
Plus Covestro will stops by the show to detail how its materials and coatings make cars more efficient and longer lasting. HV3DWorks details how it digitally prints hard-to-find and unavailable auto parts ranging from trim pieces to carburetors.

Finally, a few gearheads from the local tech industry stop by to talk about what they like best about the Grand Prix.