Connecting the B2B Motorsport Market Industry
As Europe's largest motorsport show, Autosport International indulges motorsport professionals and enthusiasts alike from January 9th - 12th at Birmingham's NEC.
Located in hall 3a, the trade-exclusive Autosport Engineering Show offers registrants the opportunity to network with like minded individuals, discover the latest industry innovations and collaborate with new businesses - it’s THE meeting place for the motorsport industry! With 59% of trade visitors attending to keep up with what is happening in motorsport, there is a lot to cover across the "trade-only" Thursday and Friday.
On Saturday and Sunday, the doors open up to the public, where visitors can see some of the most iconic cars of motorsport on display, racing celebrities take to the stage to discuss their career highlights and look on as professional drivers get engines revving and cars backflipping in the Live Action Arena.
Autosport International is proudly part of the Motorsport Network, opening the ASI platform to the entire motorsport community. Connecting suppliers and buyers is at the core of the Autosport International ethos, and the event website allows them to connect 365 days of the year. Suppliers can publish news, content, press releases and products to their profiles whilst buyers have a simple, direct channel for enquiries and access to the latest industry news.
Autosport International is a four-day event motorsport event that includes a two-day trade show for industry professionals and a two-day public show. It is held at the NEC, in Birmingham, United Kingdom and operated by Motorsport Network, usually in the second week of January. The 2020 show will be held on 9th - 12th January. Many categories of track and off-road motor racing are represented, including Formula One, BTCC, and 24 Hours of Le Mans. The show also has a "Live Action Arena" where spectators can see motorsport, including stunts.
Suppliers will be able to promote their latest products, via the news section. New products and services will be sent to the buyers by email or social media. This provides the buyer with minute by minute updates on the latest information about the Motorsport Market.
Motormarket allows suppliers to post and promote products they want to sell, allowing buyers to search and see the very latest products immediately. Suppliers are solely Motorsport based, with a wide variety of products in all conditions advertised on the site. Once a supplier has set up a company profile, they will be able to promote their products, with contact details and valuable information about the company itself and the products they offer.
Motormarket will have products from across motorsport, ranging from brake discs to fuel dumps. The aim is to have every motorsport product on the platform, allowing all buyers plenty of choice when enquiring about a certain product. The need for an online presence is evident as in 2016 only 7% of all products were sold online, compared to 45% in-person product sales. Motormarket will utilise their online presence to promote their products and services to as many people as possible.