Spedeworth signs up for ASI exhibition
Spedeworth Motorsports is the latest organisation to sign up for the Short Oval section of the 2017 Autosport International Show.
Spedeworth, which operates a host of short oval categories including BRISCA F1, BRISCA F2 and National Hot Rods, will be joined by a number of other top grassroots racing operations in the popular section of the NEC event on January 14/15, 2017.
Spedeworth will exhibit alongside some of the country’s other major sporting organisers, including the National Autograss Sport Association (NASA) and the British Trial and Rally Drivers’ Association (BTRDA).
The BTRDA runs a raft of entry-level motorsport including car trials, sporting trials, autotests and autosolos. NASA operates the British Autograss Series, which attracts hundreds of competitors to its meetings.
All will be on-hand to meet competitors, prospective participants and fans during the course of the event.
Autosport International Show manager Kate Woodley said: “We are delighted to be working with Spedeworth once again, in this extremely popular part of Autosport International.
“The Oval Racing Hall always attracts a very passionate group of participants and visitors, and we look forward to welcoming them again.
“There will be an opportunity to meet with the key associations and promoters, enjoy some fantastic car displays and retail opportunities, as well as see some of the cars in action in the Live Action Arena.
“The Oval Racing stage will also return again with a busy schedule, with plenty to get involved in and enjoy.”
Tickets are available at autosportinternational.com. They are £33 in advance for adults or £36 on the door, while children aged between 6-15 are £21 in advance and £24 on the door. Offers are available for family tickets for two adults and two children and all tickets come with access to the Live Action Arena.
Short Oval display is a major part of Autosport Show