Win tickets to the 2010 Autosport International show

Published: 21 December 2009

CAR Online has teamed up with the Autosport International show to offer our readers free tickets to the largest dedicated trade motorsport exhibition in Europe. Now in its 20th year, the annual Autosport International show will once again offer the public a unique opportunity to get up-close and personal with the exhilarating world of motorsport.

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As in previous years there will be an array of fantastic features on show, and whether you’re a lifelong fan or just have a passing interest in cars and racing there’s something for everyone. F1 World Champion Jenson Button will be in attendance, and he will be joined by a host of superstars from various motorsport disciplines on both Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 January 2010. Beyond the personal appearances there’s the ever-popular autograph signing sessions, the Live Action Arena which features a spectacular range of record breaking stunts and some breathtaking wheel-to-wheel racing, plus the F1 pit-lane.

And as the show traditionally marks the start of the new motorsport season racers on every rung of the motorsport ladder will have the usual opportunities to meet fellow drivers and catch-up on some shopping for the season ahead via a selection of motorsport trade stands. With key motorsport companies represented, drivers are given the opportunity to speak to those all-important contacts within the industry.

CAR is offering one lucky winner two tickets to both the Saturday and Sunday shows, and entry to the Live Action Arena. Twelve runners up will each receive a pair of general entry tickets to the show on either Saturday or Sunday, with the first six runners up out of the hat getting their preferential pick on which day they wish to attend.

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And if you’re not lucky enough to win then you can book your tickets at or call 0044 (0) 844 579 3188. The show will be open to the public on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 January 2010, with adult tickets starting at £29 per day, and children’s tickets costing £19. Good luck!


By Ben Pulman

CAR's editor-at-large, co-ordinator, tallboy