Latest show news
AUTOSPORT INTERNATIONAL TRADE REGISTRATION GOES LIVE23-Jun-2015
Trade registrations are now open for Europe’s largest motorsport show, Autosport International, which takes place at Birmingham’s NEC on 14-17 January, 2016*.
Autosport International continues to be the premier show for exhibitors from across Europe, Asia and North America - attracting the industry’s largest companies since its debut in 1991. The pre-season event provides a platform for industry professionals to meet in a business-to-business environment, generating an estimated £1 billion of global motorsport business.
The UK remains the home of the global motorsport industry, driving £9 billion to the UK economy and is responsible for more motorsport related innovations than any other country**. Autosport International and Autosport Engineering plays an integral part in this growth and development, providing a stand-alone two-day networking opportunity to keep up-to-date with the industry’s latest technological advancements and leading companies.
Exhibitors already announced for the 2016 show include returning companies such as Quaife, Brembo, AP Racing, Bosch, Xtrac, Pirelli, Bilstein, Yokohoma, Demon Tweeks, NGK, Grand Prix Racewear, Xceldyne Europe, Motec, Milltek, Wirth Research as well as newcomers such as Airshelta, Dimensione Sport and Motorsport Events.
Ian France, Autosport International Show Director, says: “Autosport International has always been devoted to serving both motorsport fans and industry professionals alike. Since its inception over 25-years ago, Autosport International has established itself as an invaluable tool for companies, engineers, trade buyers and decision makers to network pre-season. The trade-only days provide a unique and informal setting, enabling industry professionals to develop partnerships that will underpin the motorsport industry for many seasons of racing to come.
“The show continues to evolve alongside the continuing development of the motorsport industry, the unprecedented growth in alternative-fuelled race cars introduced a new Low Carbon Racing and Automotive Show (LCRA) at last years’ event. The LCRA provides an insight into the latest low carbon technological innovation in current and emerging technologies and will be returning once again for 2016.”