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Autosport International is Europe's largest motorsport show, featuring thousands of exhibitors and famous faces from the world of motor racing.
Thursday's action includes famous faces from the world of Formula 1, IndyCar, the British Touring Car Championship, W Series, plus some major announcements about plans for the 2019 season.
Visitors to the show can also see the Motorious stand, which features a concours-quality 1963 Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray sporting a rare split rear window, plus the 900-horsepower 2013 McLaren P1.
You can find Motorious in the Performance & Tuning Car Show, located in Hall 4 at the Birmingham NEC.
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