Held at the NEC, Birmingham since January 1991, Autosport International celebrated its 30th anniversary between the 9th and 12th January 2020. This annual pre-season event covers all areas of motorsport, with 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, stars and exhibitors from every level of motor racing.
This exclusive event uniquely caters for the industry and motorsport fans alike.
Trade days are strictly reserved for trade buyers, suppliers and industry proffesionals to connect, network, trade and talk business.
New for the 2020 show was The Autosport Business Forum. A panel of industry thought leaders discussed how the past technological advances pushed the industry to be what it is today, how present day F1 technology plays part in our everyday lives and how innovative ideas and minds will shape the future of motorsport. Topics included; Innovation & Optimisation in Motorsport, Electrification, Future of Tuning, Composite Technology in Motorsport and Future of Manufacturing.
The annual Motorsport Leaders Business Forum brought together the most influential leaders from across motorsport for a day of knowledge-sharing at Autosport International, networking and high-level talks delving deep into the theme for 2020, “Motorsport and purpose”. Keynote speakers such as; Right Honorable Lord Hain, former Secretary of State, UK Government was discussing the question "Should governments care about motorsport?". James Taylor, Head of Business Affairs and Legal Director for Extreme E, Nathalie McGloin Chair FIA Disabilities Commission & Accessibility and Yath Gangakumaran, Director of Strategy and Business Development for F1 also took the stage by discussing 'Is motorsport credible as a platform for good causes' for the Motorsport business leaders forum.
Not only does Autosport International host forums that covers cruical topics and questions within Motorsport and the industry, but also the Product Showcase Awards which is a platform for companies to display their latest innovations. Exhibitors submit their products to an expert panel of judges, specializing in engineering. With 9 categories and over 50 entrants in 2020, it's known as an innovation hub and allows visitors to see what is on the industry horizon.
On Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th January 2020, the Autosport International doors opened for motorsport enthusiasts of all ages to see the fastest cars, biggest stars and adrenaline-spiking live action.
Star drivers including Charles Leclerc, Lando Norris, Colin Turkingdon and more have made a pitstop on the Autosport Stage, allowing members of the public to ask questions, get autographs and watch on as unanswered questions from the last F1 season are tackled head-on.
With over 1,000 glistening motors on display, everyone has the chance to get behind the wheel in the UK’s largest e-sports fan village and discover petrolhead heaven at the Performance & Tuning Car Show, where industry leaders such as 'Liberty Walk' showcase their latest modifications. It’s evident why Autosport International is hailed as the must-attend event for any motoring enthusiast.
If you love motorsport, this is the place to go - It's one awesome event!
- Tickets will be released later this year -
- Tickets will be released later this year -
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