Autosports International 2013

Autosport International, the world’s greatest motorsport show, is back for another year and promises to be better than ever. This thrilling event takes place at the Birmingham NEC, UK, on 12-13 January and will bring you cars, stars and the chance to see exhilarating races and stunts in the Live Action Arena.

The show encompasses the world of motorsport all under one roof; featuring spectacular live racing, celebrity appearances, a kart track and multimillion pound supercars, as well as displays from every area of motorsport, from karting and rally to touring cars and BriSCA. Other show highlights include the Historic Motorsport and Karting areas, as well as the Careers in Motorsport area, which features everything you need to know about getting started in the industry.

Every year the biggest names in motorsport attend, with previous guests including Formula One World Champion Jenson Button, former F1 star and BBC commentator David Coulthard, 24 Hours of Le Mans legend Tom Kristensen and Force India rising star, Paul Di Resta. Guests will take to the Autosport stage for Q&A sessions and will sign autographs for fans.

Autosport International brings everyone’s love of motorsport to life, featuring nine halls jam-packed with a wide range of racing cars. Visitors will also have the opportunity to get close to the action in the UK’s largest indoor race track, the Live Action Arena, where they will experience
record-breaking stunts and white-knuckle demonstrations.

“After two decades, we are proud that Autosport International is still regarded as the start of the new motorsport season,” said Autosport International Show Director Ian France. “Each year we work tirelessly to ensure that there is something for all the family at Autosport International, and next year’s show will once again kick off the motorsport season in style.”

Motorsport enthusiasts and first-timers alike need to put these dates in their diary for one of the biggest events of 2013. Adult tickets are available from £31, with children’s tickets priced at £20. Get more ticket information here

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