Win tickets to Autosport International 2012


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Autosport International 2011

The world’s greatest motorsport show, Autosport International, kicks off the 2012 motorsport season at the Birmingham NEC, UK, on 14-15th January*, and F1 Fanatics have the chance to win five pairs of tickets.

This must-attend event features spectacular live racing, multi-million pound racecar displays and exclusive celebrity appearances: F1 television presenters Jake Humphrey and David Coulthard and Force India racer Paul di Resta are among the high profile names that have already been confirmed for next year’s show!

Enjoy the sound of revving engines and squealing tyres at Autosport International’s Live Action Arena, the UK’s largest indoor race track, where performance cars carry out wheel-to-wheel racing, daredevil demonstrations and record-breaking stunts. You can also experience the adrenaline rush first-hand, with Caterham drift passenger rides and karting challenges on offer.

Autosport International 2011

Plus, you can take a closer look at mouth-watering machinery from the most famous marques in the business, as Autosport International comprises of nine halls packed with classic and contemporary racing cars. Make sure you visit the F1 Racing Grid and Autosport International’s dedicated Performance Car Show: Powered by

New personalities and features will be joining the Autosport International line-up between now and January, so make sure you keep up to speed on the latest developments at or via twitter @autosport_show.

Tickets for Autosport International cost �30 for adults and �19.50 for children aged five and over, for more information call +44 (0)844 581 1420 or visit the Autosport International website.

Here’s some of the highlights from last year:

We’ve got five pairs of tickets to the show to be won. You can either attend on Saturday 14th or Sunday 15th, and the tickets include a pass for the Live Action Arena. But don’t hang about – the deadline for you to enter is midday on Friday.

For your chance to win one of five pairs of tickets to Autosport International 2012, simply answer this question:

How many pole positions did Sebastian Vettel set in 2011?

Send your answer plus your name, email address and postal address via the contact form below. If your entry is missing any of these pieces of information you will not be eligible to claim a prize:

This competition is closed

Please be aware the prize is for tickets only – you will need to arrange your transport to the venue and accommodation if necessary.

Terms and conditions

1. Maximum one entry per household.
2. The competition is not open to employees, friends or family of F1 Fanatic or Haymarket.
3. In the event of a dispute the editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
4. No cash alternative is offered for any of the prizes.
5. Deadline for entries is midday GMT on Friday 6th January 2012. Winners will be notified by email within seven days.

*Autosport International takes place from 12-15th January, public admittance to the show on 14-15th January

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Keith Collantine
Lifelong motor sport fan Keith set up RaceFans in 2005 - when it was originally called F1 Fanatic. Having previously worked as a motoring...

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18 comments on “Win tickets to Autosport International 2012”

  1. Hey Keith are you going to be @ Autosport during the trade days?

  2. themagicofspeed (@)
    3rd January 2012, 11:47

    Im already going, as part of my Motorsport Engineering course, will be there on the 12th. Cant wait :) If @Keith Collantine is going i’ll look out for F1F :)

    1. themagicofspeed (@)
      3rd January 2012, 11:49

      Sorry don’t know how to do the @username thing, never have been able to do it :s

      1. @themagicofspeed, just combine any multiple words, like so @keithcollantine :)

        1. themagicofspeed (@)
          3rd January 2012, 20:27

          @ScuderiaVincero – thanks, i got it now :)

    2. Magic happy new year to you! I wodered if you could be so kind as to provide a link for more info on the Motorsport Engineering course you’re taking. Sounds very cool. Thanks.

      1. themagicofspeed (@)
        3rd January 2012, 20:25

        @RandyTorres – Its called IMI L2 Tech Certificate Motorsport Vehicle Maintenance & Repair, i take it at my local college. You’re trained as a mechanic, specialising in racing cars & bikes, stuff like engine rebuilds, diagnostics, etc. I’ll try and find a web link for you.

    3. Argh! My college took us last year, but now we’re second years we can’t go, gutted!

      Last year was brilliant like, fingers crossed for this competition. :D

  3. I would love to go, but simply can’t afford to get to Birmingham :(

  4. *crosses fingers*

  5. I really want to attend this AutoSport Event but simply can’t afford it. Better luck next time for me :)

    1. ..sob… :'( I can’t afford the flight tickets… :(

  6. Good luck all!

    Totally forgot about this show, even though I told myself I would definitely go this year. Oops!

  7. I’d enter… but there’s too much ocean in the way.

  8. Chris Thompson
    4th January 2012, 18:23

    I am booked for the Saturday and Sunday, may well do one of the trade days too as I have close connections with a company taking part. Can’t wait.

  9. My friend and I are going on Saturday 14th, its the first time either of us has been to the show so we’re very excited! Does anyone have any tips for us? Things to defintely see? Best time to get there? Anything would be of great help!


  10. Hi all, quick question for you, my little nephew (2 years old) loves cars and i wanted to take him to something like this…can i take him?…i cant find it anywhere saying yes or no. Many thanks

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