AutoClassics partners historic motorsport at Autosport International
AutoClassics will partner the popular historics section of Autosport International, January 11-14 at the NEC in Birmingham
AutoClassics will be heading to the NEC in January as partner to Autosport International’s Historic Motorsport area.
With our thousands of cars listed for sale and featuring the latest news, market analysis and entertaining feature, AutoClassics makes for the perfect pairing for the popular historic section.
Located in Hall 6, this year the Historic Motorsport area will be even bigger and better. Following the success of the celebratory feature of the Lotus 49 for its 50th anniversary and the Historic Sports Car Club’s tribute to 50 years of Formula Ford, organisers are dedicating even more space to the area in 2018.
The extra space also means there will be a much larger display of historic vehicles than in recent years.
Making up part of this increased display will be AutoClassics, which will be on stand 6110. Visitors will have the opportunity to win a head-turning Amalgam Ferrari F40 LM model worth £9000, which will be featured on the stand, if they sign up to the site.
Continuing its long relationship with the show, the HSCC will be featuring a line-up of iconic Formula Junior cars to celebrate 60 years since the open wheel racing series’ inception.
AutoClassics Global editor-in-chief, David Lillywhite, said: 'We're delighted to not only be attending Autosport International but also to be partnering such an impressive and continually popular area of the show. I, for one, can’t wait to walk around the Historic Motorsport area and take in the incredible line-up of automotive and motorsport heritage set to be on display.”
The event is part of Motorsport Network’s UK title, Autosport – one of the world’s leading print and online motorsport publishers.
Make sure you head over to www.autosportinternational.com to get your tickets.
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