11-14 January 2018


Autosport 2017

Autosport Magazine

autosportThe UK's best-selling weekly motorsport magazine. Revered by fans and industry personnel, it's the ultimate source of news and analysis, from Formula One and the World Rally Championship to the less glamorous but hugely important grass roots of club motorsport. Alongside the magazine, the Autosport.com website is the world’s leading source of breaking motorsport news, serving a large and growing global audience and providing a range of additional services, including a WAP site and SMS services for major events.


Autosport.comDaily motorsport news from the world’s leading motor racing magazine, including Formula One, British Touring Car Championship, sports cars, rallying, IndyCar and NASCAR.


BRSCCThe BRSCC plays a leading role in the British motor racing scene, organising both club race meetings and FIA sanctioned international events. In addition to domestic championship meetings the BRSCC also organises the prestigious British F3/GT package in association with SRO and is involved in organising the UK rounds of international events such as the FIA GT Championship & the Le Mans European Series.


COYS Founded 1919 London Experts in the sale and acquisition of the world's most important motor cars.


E&T Magazine

logoE&T is the IET's award-winning monthly magazine and associated website for professional engineers, with a circulation of approximately 140,000. It covers all areas of engineering and technology through exclusive news, features, analysis, announcements and job adverts.

The scope of E&T’s coverage is very broad and is aimed at professionals working in all areas of engineering and technology, including the key industry sectors of the built environment, design and production, energy, information and communications and transport.

E&T is published by The IET for its members through the wholly owned subsidiary IET Services.

F1 Racing

F1 Racing The world’s best-selling Grand Prix magazine, published in 22 languages and over 110 countries, with readership of 3 million worldwide every month.



GoMotorsport An initiative by the MSA to encourage new people into motorsport.



MIA The world's leading trade association for the motorsport, performance engineering, services and tuning sectors representing the specialised needs of this highly successful global industry. Production Engineering Solutions magazine, making a mark on manufacturing industry, responding to the demands of the marketplace.


Motors TV

Motors TV Europe’s only dedicated motor sport TV network boasts coverage of the most diverse range of categories and championships from around the world. And with WRC recently added to a packed roster, it really is the High Speed Television Channel of choice for any self respecting petrol head!


MotorSport Magazine

MotorSport Founded in 1924 and initially carried the title The Brooklands Gazette. The enthusiastically random mixture of contents gave it a life of its own. Currently, Motor Sport continues to be intelligent, opinionated and knowledgeable on racing, road cars and motor racing history, contrasting the sport’s past with current events.


Motorsport News

MotorSport News Britain's only weekly motorsport newspaper, Motorsport News delivers up-to-date, entertaining and reliable news, reports and results.



LogoThe largest online global motorsports content producer, offering a 24 hours a day, seven days a week news and analysis service in 23 editions and 15 languages



LogoWorld’s largest integrated automotive & motorsport organisation headquartered in Miami, FL. The technology business manages a global broadcast network, live events, and multiple websites, social networks and e-commerce, gaming, analytics & editorial syndication platforms operating in 16 languages across 60 international markets. As a digitally-led operation, the company is founded on the principle of engaging audiences around automotive & motorsport content to provide clients with integrated solutions to connect with this global audience.


MSA The sole governing body of motor sport in Great Britain. It is responsible for the administration and control of the motor sport rules.


Race Tech

Race Tech Race Tech was created in 1995 to monitor technology, investigate technical solutions and explain engineering applications when they appeared on a racing car. Race Tech has since established itself as the principal source of motorsport engineering information covering everything that can be found competing on the track from Formula One to the Clubman's single-seaters, from NASCAR to the Silver Crown cars and from sports racing cars to the weekend hillclimb specials. Its straightforward impartial approach and strong industry links have gained fans in all corners of the sport; from team owners and professional engineers to club racers and home enthusiasts. It's also a truly global publication, with readers on virtually every continent and a strong international presence at shows, competitions and events.

Racecar Engineering

Racecar Engineering Racecar Engineering is the world’s leading technology magazine for motorsport. It looks under the skin of racing and rallying to show its readers why some cars go quicker than others. Read by thousands of racers every month, Racecar Engineering magazine helps them keep a winning edge.Each month Racecar Engineering magazine brings the best possible insight into all forms of the rapidly changing world of motorsport engineering. From keeping pace with the latest technologies to expanding your knowledge of racecar design and operation, no other magazine gets you closer.

Who Works Sports Guides

Who Works in MotorsportsThe Who Works Sports Guides and mobile applications are the most unique and helpful B2B publications to introduce companies and individuals in the sport business worldwide.

Since 28 years, Who Works in F1 and Who Works in Motorsports give race fans and professionals information they had never had before. Contact details with direct links to email addresses, websites, phone numbers, Facebook and Twitter accounts. Plus information on teams, drivers, cars, key people, engineers, sponsors, suppliers, marketing, PR & press officers, photographers, journalists, tracks and officials. 

It enables the reader to be in direct link with the motorsport community thanks to more than 10.000 names with positions, 3600 detailed contacts, 430 companies and 190 racing teams, all reachable in one click from you smartphone or your tablet.

Visit www.whoworksin.com or call +44 207 1930 686



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