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Autosport International Begins Tickets Sale

[dropcap]T[/dropcap] [dropcap][/dropcap]ickets have officially began selling for Autosport International in 2017 Europe’s biggest pre-season motorsport show billed for Birmingham NEC center,  between the 12 and 15th of January 2017.

The 2017 event is motivated by the overwhelming success recorded in the edition held earlier in January, this year, where the Williams F1 team stole the show by bringing its entire F1 motorhome inside the NEC arena.

Former Williams racer Damon Hill, multiple FIA World Champion, Petter Solberg and current Williams Martini Racing driver,  Felipe Massa also took to center  stage at the Live Action Arena, in front of tens of thousands of excited spectators during the four-day event.

Guests to next year’s Autosport International will be able to enjoy a host of different exhibition of stars from over 600 companies across the high-performance and motorsport sectors. Likewise, fans will have the chance to see and meet their racing heroes at Autosport International, with live interviews on the Autosport Stage and autograph signing sessions taking place throughout the event’s weekend.

New feature in the events for the 2017 games is the Experience Zone, which will involve the very latest in simulators, gaming and more. This all-new area will permit individual guests racing while visiting the show.

Guests will be able to enjoy a high-octane experience at the Adrenaline Zone in Hall 4 to feature the hugely popular Ginetta Thrill Rides, while Teeside Karting UK will host a number of arrive-and-drive karting sessions for those who want to challenge their friends or put their driving skills to the test against other aspiring racers.

If all this wasn’t enough, the exhilarating Performance Car Show in association with PistonHeads.com and Autocar will give guests the chance to get close to the latest and most desirable hot hatches, supercars and hypercars. The Ticket prices stands at just £35pp and all the fun for free.

 

 

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