Autosport International Birmingham NEC 2021
14th January 2021 @ 9:00 am - 17th January 2021 @ 6:00 pm£18.00
The following description of the show is based upon what has happened in previous years. What happens in 2021 will be dependant upon the state of the coronavirus pandemic and the rules in place to combat it at that time. We will keep you up to date with the latest information as it becomes available.
Held at the NEC since January 1991, Autosport International will be celebrating its 30th anniversary between the 9th and 12th January 2020 at the NEC in Birmingham.
This is a ‘Three Shows In One’ event featuring ‘Racing Cars’, ‘Performance Cars and tuning equipment‘ and ‘Engineering’
This annual pre-season event covers all areas of motorsport, both professional and grass roots, from karting right up to Formula One. Featuring the very latest in motorsport, automotive and performance engineering technology, alongside cars and exhibitors from every level of motor racing, this must-attend event uniquely caters for the industry and motorsport fans alike; encompassing two trade-only days* for members of the motorsport industry to meet, network and do business and two days for enthusiasts to see the fastest cars, biggest stars and most amazing live action.
* Thursday and Friday, 14th & 15th January are trade days only.
Saturday and Sunday will consist of opening the doors to the public, where visitors can admire the most iconic cars of motorsport on display. These will include racing celebrities taking the stage to discuss and share fascinating stories about their career highlights. Not only that but professional drivers will be showcasing what pedal to the metal means while cars will also be backflipping in the Live Action Arena. It is the place for motorsport fans and professionals to get together and express mutual interests throughout the show and be part of a unified family.
Autosport International 2020 Report
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A New Opportunity
Over the years I have built up an archive of photos of classic cars that I have taken at various events in the U.K. and USA.
I am now making them available to other Classic Car enthusiasts but especially as a means of encouraging the younger generation to take an interest in this subject.
There will be a modest charge made to cover production and administration costs.
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