Public tickets are now officially on sale for Autosport International 2018 – Europe’s biggest pre-season motorsport show – at Birmingham’s NEC from 11 to 14 January.

The event is run by Autosport, the motorsport publisher, and visitors will be able to enjoy a host of different exhibits from over 600 companies across the high-performance and motorsport sectors. 

The show will feature several product reveals and announcements, together with a host of fun activities for all the family.  Fans will also have the chance to see and meet their racing heroes, with live interviews on the Autosport Stage and autograph signing sessions taking place throughout the weekend.

Visitors will be able to enjoy exhilarating action in the high-octane Live Action Arena, which played host to a record-breaking loop-the-loop with Terry Grant at the 2017 show.  In addition, in the Adrenaline Zone, Teesside 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, visitors will also have access to the Performance Car Show and a chance to get up close to the latest and most desirable performance cars and stars from the automotive world.

New for 2018, child ticket prices for those under 16 have been reduced.  Standard tickets cost £35 per person for adults or £17 for children aged 6 to 15 years old (younger children can get in for free).  A Family Pass (two adults and two children aged 6-15) costs £87.

There are also Paddock Passes available (includes access to backstage paddock area in the Live Action Arena, Paddock Guide and access to driver autograph sessions) at £46 for adults and £27.50 for children, and VIP Passes at £127 (includes free parking, seat at VIP enclosure in the Live Action Arena, complimentary drinks and canapés, VIP gift bag and more).

To order tickets, visit www.autosportinternational.com.

Added: 26 September 2017

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