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International Car Racing Show

Autosport International is widely regarded as Europe’s largest trade-only motorsport exhibition. Running for over 20 years, this pre-season Motorsport Event is held at the NEC, Birmingham usually in the second week of the year. Autosport International is an annual 4 day motor show catering for both automotive industry professionals and motorsport fans who enjoy following and being close the sport.

The show uniquely caters for industry professionals and motorsport fans alike, incorporating two Trade-only days to allows visitors and exhibitors to meet in a business to business environment and two busy and more relaxed Public days dedicated to motorsport enthusiasts.

The weekend days are fully open to the public, allowing everyone to see the latest race cars that compete all over the world, savour exclusive launches, enjoy special discounted prices on many motorsport and car-related products, brush shoulders with top drivers and celebrities and relax in the company of other people who share the same interests and passions.

Featuring every level of Motor Racing, from Karting up to Formula One, and with exhibitors ranging from specialist engineering companies to major manufacturers and everything in between; Autosport International truly brings together the world of motorsport under one roof.

Every year Autosport International in partnerships with various organisations host a range of free business workshops and lectures to discuss a variety of topics involving the motorsport industry and cross over technologies.

All categories of track and off-road motor racing are represented, including Formula One, BTCC, 24 Hours of Le Mans and much more. The show also has a huge "Live Action Arena" where spectators can witness motorsport action indoors. Autosport International always attracts big name drivers from the world of motorsport.

Location: 

Birmingham, UK

Click here to read more on the UK (the hosting country).

Sources:

Official website:

http://www.autosportinternational.com/

Other resources:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autosport_International

http://www.speedhunters.com/2013/01/autosport-international-2013-the-history-boys/

Additional Info

  • country code: uk