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  • Autosport International Trade 2016 - Colleges & Universities
    College Universities Workshops Watkins Lecture MIA Events Motorsport Licence Medical FAQs Special Assistance Getting There Contact Us Show Areas Autosport Engineering The Story of Williams Martini Racing Trade Technical Area Tech Talk International Business MIA Members Lounge Careers In Motorsport Historic Motorsport Karting Area National Motorsport Oval Racing News Exhibiting Digital Brochure Sponsorship Opportunities Contact The Team Directory Scam Press PR Media Accreditation Contact us Customer Charter Contact Us Search Colleges Universities We welcomed tomorrow s engineers to Autosport International The show was a fantastic resource for Automotive and Motorsport Engineering students to meet industry professionals face to face enquire about career opportunities and see the latest developments in the industry all at one venue Also It was an ideal base for various research projects Furthermore the event offered a unique opportunity for those investigating a career in PR Media Hospitality Events Management and Sports Sponsorship to speak directly to exhibitors and other visitors make contacts and observe the leading organisations at work in a commercial environment We realise the need for the engineers of tomorrow to get a head start by getting to meet these key people at the show The show featured the Careers in Motorsport where Colleges and Universities presented their motorsport and automotive engineering courses as well as special activities including the Formula Student programme TICKET INFORMATION Ticket type Trade Days 14 15 Jan Advance Prices Trade Days 14 15 Jan Door Prices Public Days 16 17 Jan Student 1 day entry pass 28 28 Concessional rates are not available for the 16 17 January Please click here for public ticket prices Student 1 day entry pass LAA 33 39 Tutor 1 day entry pass 28 28 Tutor 1 day entry pass LAA 33 39 Sign up to the newsletter Exhibitor list View the public website

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  • Autosport International Trade 2016 - Getting There
    Tech Talk International Business MIA Members Lounge Careers In Motorsport Historic Motorsport Karting Area National Motorsport Oval Racing News Exhibiting Digital Brochure Sponsorship Opportunities Contact The Team Directory Scam Press PR Media Accreditation Contact us Customer Charter Contact Us Search Getting There Wherever you are coming from you will find the Autosport International Show really easy to get to By Car The NEC is at the hub of the UK motorway network enabling visitors to travel directly there from the M6 M1 M40 and M42 There s car parking on site for 21 000 vehicles and 150 coaches with a complimentary shuttle bus service taking visitors to the Piazza and Atrium entrances Please note that the price of standard car parking has increased from 10 to 12 Sat Nav users the postcode is B40 1NT IMPORTANT CHANGES TO CAR PARKING please click here for information from the NEC regarding car parking charges By Air The NEC is a few minutes walk from Birmingham International Airport BHX which is served by more than 50 international airlines Together they provide scheduled flights from 37 destinations in the UK and Europe as well as to major North American cities By Train London is only 70 minutes away from Birmingham International Station which itself is linked to the NEC Trains also run directly to regional towns and cities London Midland and Virgin Trains operate services direct to Birmingham International from London and Birmingham There is a short covered walkway between Birmingham International and the NEC To plan your journey or to book train tickets click here Accommodation The NEC and Birmingham International Airport are served by a great variety of hotels offering accommodation for all budgets and tastes from sophisticated international brands such as Hilton and Crowne Plaza to charming local chic hotels A

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  • Autosport International Trade 2016 - FAQs
    Sponsorship Opportunities Contact The Team Directory Scam Press PR Media Accreditation Contact us Customer Charter Contact Us Search FAQs When and where is the show Autosport International will be held at the NEC Birmingham from the 12th until the 15th January 2017 What are the Show opening times The show opening times are from 09 00 18 00 daily When are your exclusive Trade only days Thursday 12th and Friday 13th of January are exclusively reserved to people who are involved in the motorsport industry or to those studying a Motorsport or Engineering related course As a trade visitor can I attend on the weekend dates Yes even though the weekend dates 14th and 15th January 2016 are open to motorsport fans and general public as a Trade visitor you will be able to register to attend on Saturday and or Sunday Can I register as a trade visitor on the day Yes However we advise you to register in advance as this will mean you can avoid the queues on the day When and where does Autosport Engineering take place Occupying the whole of Hall 9 of the NEC this specialist show within Autosport International is open during the first days of the show Thursday 12th and Friday 13th January 2016 Please note that only visitors over 18 years of age will be allowed into Autosport Engineering Is there a dress code The dress code for the show is either business suit or team company branded clothing What facilities services are offered for disabled visitors Disabled access to the NEC has been greatly improved in the past few years with special parking facilities and easy access to most of the halls Problems with your Trade Registration If you have any problems with your trade registration please send an email

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  • Autosport International Trade 2016 - Special Assistance
    enjoyment then that carer will be admitted free of charge Please make your way to the Trade Registration desk once you get to the show to request the free badge for your carer Live Action Arena If you have any special requirements or are a wheelchair user and wish to remain in your wheelchair for the duration of the session please call our box office to book your Live Action Arena session If you do not have a valid wheelchair ticket we will do our utmost to accommodate you but you may be turned away if the session is full Our box office will also help find the most convenient seating for visually impaired visitors Please note that all ticket sales are allocated on a first come first served basis Hearing Impairments Induction loops are fitted to ticket sales points information points show guide sales points all show feature demonstration areas Press Office and the Organisers Office Wheelchair Hire Electric Scooter and Manual Wheelchairs are available to hire from the NEC s official service partner Bartrams If you would like to hire any Mobility equipment for the Show please click here to fill out an online form or call on 01353 778756 phone lines are open 9 00 17 00 Monday to Friday For more information visit www bartrams net Assistance Dogs Guide assistance and hearing dogs are admitted into the Show Access Parking If travelling by train disembark at Birmingham International Station Access to The NEC is via the skywalk All levels of The NEC are accessible to wheelchair users via ramps or lifts The Atrium piazza entrances have automatic doors If travelling by car parking is 12 for any vehicles displaying a blue badge in the nearest available car park Additional parking is also available in the main

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  • Autosport International Trade 2016 - Autosport Engineering in partnership with Racecar Engineering
    and components on the eve of the new season The inaugural show in January 1996 featured just under 50 exhibitors and has gone from strength to strength and now almost 300 of the world s leading companies The show s influence was evidenced by the growing number of exhibitors who also used the show to grow their businesses both in the UK and globally and the standout highlights include 2000 Organisers introduce two dedicated trade days in response to the show s growing influence within the industry 2001 Advantage West Midland and British Trade International create new trade pavilion at Autosport Engineering to support 55 Rover suppliers following the collapse of the manufacturer six months prior The pavilion is aimed at assisting these suppliers in expanding their export opportunities following the crisis 2005 Manufacturing Technology area introduced within Autosport Engineering It incorporates a growing number of companies who supply manufacturing equipment to companies making hard parts such as engines valves and gearboxes 2008 Force India Formula 1 team chooses Autosport Engineering as the launchpad for its advanced new F1 car VJM01 2011 Introduction of International Motorsport Business week IMBW in partnership with UK Trade Investment UKTI This initiative attracts more overseas visitors plus a growing number of UK trade buyers to the show and forms part of an extended range of business activities and networking events 2015 Designated Low Carbon area makes its debut This area recognises the importance and rapid development of the many forms of low carbon technology in both motorsport and automotive sectors Autosport Engineering remains Europe s foremost platform for suppliers of technical motorsport products and advanced engineering services to showcase the latest cutting edge technology to more than 27 000 registered trade visitors over 5 000 of which are set to attend from outside the

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  • Autosport International Trade 2016 - Trade & Technical Area
    Martini Racing Trade Technical Area Tech Talk International Business MIA Members Lounge Careers In Motorsport Historic Motorsport Karting Area National Motorsport Oval Racing News Exhibiting Digital Brochure Sponsorship Opportunities Contact The Team Directory Scam Press PR Media Accreditation Contact us Customer Charter Contact Us Search Trade Technical Area For trade buyers and overseas visitors looking to meet manufacturers and suppliers of the latest technical motorsport products the Trade Technical Area was a vital business hub of the show Supporting an impressive line up of technical motorsport suppliers it includes as a central destination the very busy International Business Lounge and Motorsport Industry Association MIA stand and which is also where the UKTI supported International Business Exchange IBEX took place The Trade Technical Area was supported by Race Tech Magazine and it s location in Hall 8 by the link way into Autosport Engineering ensured that trade visitors who were looking to meet technical motorsport companies can easily access exhibiting companies in both the Trade Technical Area in the main show across all four days and also the many technical suppliers in Autosport Engineering which was open on the Thursday and Friday trade days For many technical motorsport suppliers who exhibited across all four days which include the likes of Ohlins Bosch AP Racing Mountune Millers Oils Drenth Gearboxes Elite Transmissions Piper Cams Milltek Burton Power Products Kent Cams Sadev and Quaife the Trade Technical Area enabled exhibiting companies to met trade buyers in a professional business to business environment on the first two trade only days followed by the weekend public days where they promoted their product and brand to the end user Tech Talk with RaceTech Magazine New for 2016 is Tech Talk also in partnership with world renowned magazine RaceTech an opportunity for you to put your questions

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  • Autosport International Trade 2016 - Careers in Motorsport
    Media Accreditation Contact us Customer Charter Contact Us Search Website Menu About the show Show Areas Ticket Info Exhibitors Partners College Universities Workshops Watkins Lecture MIA Events Motorsport Licence Medical FAQs Special Assistance Getting There Contact Us Show Areas Autosport Engineering The Story of Williams Martini Racing Trade Technical Area Tech Talk International Business MIA Members Lounge Careers In Motorsport Historic Motorsport Karting Area National Motorsport Oval Racing News Exhibiting Digital Brochure Sponsorship Opportunities Contact The Team Directory Scam Press PR Media Accreditation Contact us Customer Charter Contact Us Search Careers in Motorsport Motorsport is one of the most exciting and challenging environments to work in Specialist companies in areas such as development and production of race cars components and the related technical services represent the highest level of current and future technologies This area is aimed at visitors who are considering a career in motorsport or performance engineering and includes universities colleges and specialist training companies each offering advice on how to find a route into the industry Sign up to the newsletter Exhibitor list View the public website Hot Links Autosport Engineering Contact us Follow us Show dates opening times Public 14th 17th January 2016 Sat 16th 9

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  • Autosport International Trade 2016 - Karting Area
    Website Menu About the show Show Areas Ticket Info Exhibitors Partners College Universities Workshops Watkins Lecture MIA Events Motorsport Licence Medical FAQs Special Assistance Getting There Contact Us Show Areas Autosport Engineering The Story of Williams Martini Racing Trade Technical Area Tech Talk International Business MIA Members Lounge Careers In Motorsport Historic Motorsport Karting Area National Motorsport Oval Racing News Exhibiting Digital Brochure Sponsorship Opportunities Contact The Team Directory Scam Press PR Media Accreditation Contact us Customer Charter Contact Us Search Karting Area Many of today s top racing drivers started their careers in karting and we had a specific show area dedicated to the sport The Karting area not only provides the karting community with a large national platform to conduct business and find products but it also allows visitors to learn more about how to start in motorsport Major manufacturers and associations were on hand to offer advice and information on all aspects of karting whether they are racing veterans or a complete beginner interested in arrive and drive championships one off events or a national series Sign up to the newsletter Exhibitor list View the public website Hot Links Autosport Engineering Contact us Follow us Show dates

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