The new motorsport season will once more kick off in style with the Autosport International on 11-12 January at the Birmingham NEC! The show is again not to be missed and you can now win one of three pairs of tickets in our Autosport International 2014 competition!
If you like sports car and GT racing there is plenty to see at Autosport International 2014. FIA World Endurance Champions Tom Kristensen and Allan McNish will be taking their places on the Autosport Stage to answer questions and talk about their experiences. Others to visit the Autosport Stage are John Surtees, Martin Brundle, Adrian Sutil, Andrew Jordan, Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden.
Formula One fans will have the chance to see cars from the 2013 as well as the Classic Team Lotus’ Lotus 79 and Lotus 49B in the Live Action Arena. Another highlight is John Surtees’ Ferrari 158 Formula One, headlining the Surtees display of an amazing collection of race cars and bikes from his life in motorsport.
Tickets for Autosport International cost £34 at the door for adults and £23 for children aged 6-15. For more information and ticket sales call 0844 581 1420 or visit www.autosportinternational.com.
But as we said you can also win a pair of tickets by entering our Autosport International 2014 competition. To be in with a chance of winning tickets to access this amazing event at the NEC all you have to do is to give give us the right answer to our competition question. Here we go!
2013 was the year in which Allan McNish announced his retirement from the FIA World Endurance Championship, while Mark Webber announced leaving Formula 1 for a return to sports car racing in the FIA World Endurance Championship with Porsche.
McNish won international races and titles in International F3000, the FIA World Endurance Championship, the American Le Mans Series and at Le Mans. Webber on the other side won races in the FIA GT Championship, International F3000 and Formula One.
Both McNish and Webber made their Formula One race debut in 2002 with Toyota and Minardi. Webber finished the season in 16th place with two points, McNish finished in 19th place without points.
However 2002 wasn’t the first time McNish and Webber had raced each other. When, where and in what international event did they race each other for the first time?
Please send your answer to email@example.com BEFORE January 3th. We’ll the pick thre lucky winners who will be able to collect their tickets at the NEC in Birmingham. (Prize does not include travel to and from the event or any extras. It is tickets only!)