What to see
There are several zones to explore at the Autosport Show that will cater for every interest.
There is a dedicated National Motorsport section, which includes all things that happen on the British Isles from rallying, hillclimbing and sprinting, through to circuit racing. As well as representatives from all the leading championships, several of the country’s leading race organisers such as the British Racing and Sports Car Club, the British Automobile Racing Club, Motorsport Vision Racing and the 750 Motor Club, will be on hand.
The National Motorsport section will also play host to the UK’S governing body, the Motor Sports Association.
The Autosport Engineering show, which will be open on Thursday and Friday, will showcase nearly 300 companies. It is a great chance to get up close and personal to the cutting edge in motorsport design and innovation.
For those who like historic racing, there is a mouthwatering array of cars to enjoy. There will be a selection of cars in halls 19 and 20 and they will form part of the Coys auction. Alongside that, there will be displays from the leading preparation experts and event organisers, along with the usual wares from the Historic Sports Car Club in hall six.