Autosport International show,10-13 January 2013 at Birmingham
Covering over 1 million ft², Autosport International is one of the world’s greatest four wheel indoor extravaganza. Featuring every level of Motor Racing – from Karting up to Formula 1- and with exhibitors ranging from specialist race suppliers to major manufacturers showcasing their road and race cars; the show truly brings together the world of motorsport under one roof.
For the 23rd year running, this annual pre-season event will be held again at the NEC, Birmingham from the 10th to 13th January, 2013. The show uniquely caters for industry professionals and motorsport fans alike, incorporating two Trade-only days (10 & 11) to allows visitors and exhibitors to meet in a business to business environment and two busy and more relaxed Public days (12 & 13) dedicated to motorsport enthusiasts.
At Autosport International there are a variety of areas to help you find out more about certain aspects of the sport.
Careers in motorsport
Considering a career in Motorsport? In this area you will find all the advice you need to find a route into the industry.
Celebrating the cars and stars of yesteryear. This area features the leading names in historic motorsport.
Many of today’s top racing drivers started their careers in karting and we have a specific show area dedicated to the sport.
This area is aimed at club competitors and drivers keen to explore participating in entry-level motorsport.
For all die-hard fans of Oval Racing, this area covers all aspects of autograss, rallycross, oval racing, drag racing, road and off-road racing.
New for 2012 we worked on bringing together all Rally Racing exhibitors in a dedicated Rallying area located between Halls 6 and 20.
Source : Autosport International Show
Romain Nicolas opinion:
Great Britain has ever been the place to be when talking about motorsport. Each year, F1 racing teams come to this international show to present their brand new formula one, taking benefit from the enthusiasm of the show-goers to advertise around the sponsors. This kind of show is an excellent marketing and passionate event that will last as long as motorsport will exist. Will you ever attend to this event? Would a similar event happening close to your place make you decide to go?