Every year in the first half of January in Birmingham, the International Sports Car Exhibition Autosport International Show gathers about 100 thousand people. This is the biggest event of the year for motorsport fans. All kinds of motor sports from the world’s leading manufacturers are presented here without exception. Autosport International
Show is the most spectacular and prestigious show among the existing ones in the world, which has no equal. It unites brands, professionals and motorsport enthusiasts from all countries. And every year the circle of exhibitors is only expanding.
Here is what Petr Brazhnikov, who became one of the winners of the historic car race last year, tells about the Autosport International Show: «For several years I have been striving to take part in the race on the longest indoor race track in the UK. I caught fire with this idea after visiting the show 5 years ago.»Since then, every year with family and friends, Petr Brazhnikov has been a constant visitor to the show. «In addition to racing on rare cars, here you can visit the Performance Car Show from leading automakers such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston Martin and Porsche, at the presentation of innovative automotive technologies, experience various racing simulators, see the performances of stuntmen and meet the stars of motorsport,» says Peter.
Petr Brazhnikov manages to successfully combine the management of his own firm for the provision of legal services and his favorite hobby. With his own hands, he restored a unique Ferrari 166MM model and participated in the race on it.
The doors of the show are open to racing fans, like-minded professionals, and business partners! The exhibition is a real opportunity to learn about the latest industry innovations, new ways for cooperation, a unique opportunity to exhibit, communicate with the international community and contact industry leaders.
Unfortunately, the 31st International Autosport Exhibition scheduled for January 13-16, 2022 has been postponed indefinitely due to the measures taken by the government to combat Covid 19. Alternative options for its holding are under consideration.