The doors have closed on Autosport International 2016
Damon Hill OBE was the star of Autosport International this weekend, where he is celebrating the 20th anniversary of his 1996 F1 World Championship win with thousands of fans at the NEC. Hill, who appeared at the show throughout the weekend, opened the NEC event on Saturday morning with Petter Solberg, cutting the ribbon in front of many eager motorsport fans.
Hill appeared on the Autosport Stage and signed autographs all weekend while he was reunited with his 1996 F1 World Championship-winning Williams-Renault FW18 - just one of eight historic Williams racing cars in a display outside the Williams Martini Racing motorhome. Other highlights this weekend included Williams Martini Racing driver Felipe Massa driving a Williams FW08C in the Live Action Arena on Sunday afternoon, while there were also appearances on the Autosport Stage from Alan McNish, Gordon Sheddon, Matt Neal, Colin Turkington and Andrew Jordan.
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO CAME TO THE NEC OVER THE WEEKEND TO HELP MAKE ASI 2016 ONE OF THE BEST SHOWS IN AUTOSPORT INTERNATIONAL HISTORY
Save the date for next year - 12 to 15 January, NEC Birmingham