Win a pair of tickets to Autosport International 2019

BIG NEWS.  We are delighted to announce that we have 5 pairs tickets to give away in this competition.  Another one of the many car shows that we work with throughout the year to promote.  Make sure you’ve entered, tell your friends, and subscribe for future notifications, so that you don’t miss out.  This year alone we’ve had over 10 competitions.  Those winners have not only had a nice surprise, but made a nice saving, not having to buy tickets but get them complimentary from us.  Ticket prices for the 2019 Autosport International are as follows:

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TICKET TYPE ADVANCE PRICE* ON THE DOOR PRICE
ADULT – STANDARD £34 £39
CHILD (6-15) – STANDARD £16 £25
FAMILY TICKET** £84 (ONLY AVAILABLE IN ADVANCE)
ADULT – PADDOCK PASS £45 £49
CHILD (6-15) – PADDOCK PASS £26 £35
VIP EXPERIENCE £125 £130

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So our Autosport International competition will be for you to win a pair of tickets and then choose if you’d prefer to attend on either the Saturday or Sunday. Also, with each ticket, winners will receive a time slot for the Live Action Arena

Event: Autosport International

Dates: Saturday 12 January – Sunday 13 January 2019

Opening Times: 09:00 – 18:00

Location: NEC (National Exhibition Centre)

Address: North Ave, Marston Green, Birmingham, B40 1NT

Halls: 1-5 of the NEC (Piazza side)

To be in with a chance of winning a pair tickets to this great event simply tell us which motorsport car you’d most like to drive, why and around what road or race course.

For me I’d have to say the car I’d like to drive would be Aryton Senna’s McLaren-Ford MP4/8A chassis no. 6.  This is the actual car Senna used to compete in eight of the season’s F1 races, and it’s still in running condition today.  I’d like to drive it around Monaco, but I fear I am no where near good enough a driver, so I’d go for Spa or Silverstone.

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29 comments on "Win a pair of tickets to Autosport International 2019"

  • Annette Poole says:

    I would like to drive a 1937 V16 Auto-Union Type ‘C’ on the old Nurburgring track and why? I like a challenge!

  • Adam wooll says:

    I’d love to have a go in one of the Australian v8 touring cars/ supercars around the Isle of Man tt circuit. I think it would be a great combination

  • Adrian Coulson says:

    Metro 6R4 around the Isle of Man TT course! What a buzz that would be.

  • Will Wynn says:

    Hi David,

    Great car and great circuit. That’s a dream drive for sure.

  • David T says:

    I can’t think of anything better than to drive a 1926 Bugatti Type 35C around the old Brooklands Motor Circuit. It might not be too fast or powerful by today’s standards but I think it would offer a fantastic vintage motorsport experience!

  • Will Wynn says:

    Dave, good choice, that’s a pocket rocket and a beast.

  • Dave Dixon says:

    The car I would most like to drive is the Group B world rally car the MG Metro 6R4. The car looks and sounds fantastic. It has rally fans from 7 years to 70+ years. The Metro 6R4 is still competitive with modern rally cars. I would want to drive one in a Welsh forest.

  • Will Wynn says:

    Nice choices Ian. Spa, Monaco & Silverstone for me.

  • Robert Barker says:

    The motorsports car I’d most like to drive would have to be the 1991 Mazda 787B. It is widely regarded as one of the best sounding cars of all time with a 2.6 Mazda R26B rotary engine, producing 700HP. This was the car that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1991. For that reason the track I’d choose to drive it would of course be Circuit de la Sarthe. Although it would certainly be a thrill to drive on the Nurburgring as well, if only I had the courage!

  • Ian Clive Chedzey says:

    I would like to drive a Porsche 956 around the Spa circuit. I was at Silverstone for the cars race debut and fell in love on the spot. It has been my favourite car ever since. And why Spa? Such a lovely place. I’d be happy to walk around there even when there is no racing taking place,

  • Stewart Longhurst says:

    I’ve always fancied having a go in a Maserati 250F and channel my inner Fangio or Moss (if I have one) and where else but Monaco, such an iconic venue for the archetypal racing car. Like many people I’ve driven round Monaco as close as you can get to the circuit route but the Ford Kuga crossover rental car I was in didn’t really do it for me!

  • Karen Hutchinson says:

    Schumachers Ferrari around Monaco for the glitz and the glamour.

  • Will Wynn says:

    What a great choice Lewis. What a car.

  • Lewis Brown says:

    I’d drive the 1997 Gordon Murray designed McLaren F1 GTR Longtail at circuit le Sarthe. Imagine the top speed down the straight with no chicanes! Full on Le Mans experience.

  • David Allcock says:

    Tony pond 6r4 around the Welsh hills

  • Charlotte Moore says:

    Skyline R34 around nurburgring. Because who wouldn’t? It would be a dream, I want to experience that track in something truly fun and exhilarating.

  • Trevor Dempsey says:

    Opel Manta 400 over the Torr Head stage in Northern Ireland, because I remember watching Bertie Fisher, Austin McHale, Jimmy McRae, Russell Brookes and many other people drive it when I was a teenager. Tail out all the way!

  • Bryan Evans says:

    I would like to drive Ari Vatanen’s Peugeot 405 T16 up Pikes Peak Hill Climb, Colorado. The footage of this legend going up the hill is something I never get tired of watching and would love to experience the raw power of this 1988 car.

  • Nick Tooley says:

    I think it would have to be Graham Hill’s Lotus 49b around Monaco, he and the car had such an affinity with the track. Happy days.

  • Gordon ure says:

    Subaru wrx from Colin Mcrae , gb rally
    At the pinnacle of his career no one could touch him,

  • Will Wynn says:

    Spencer, that’s one very cool car. Nice choice fella.

  • Spencer Wright says:

    The car I’d most love to drive is Munari’s Lancia Stratos. I had a poster of his iconic white, red & green rally car on my bedroom wall as a kid and grew up with aspirations of driving one. It’s not happened yet, I guess the closest I’ve come is being a passenger in my uncle’s Fiat X1/9.
    The course I’d choose would have to be the iconic Monaco Rally although I think I’d be distracted by the stunning views. I have driven a sizeable chunk of the course, but I was with my wife & kids in our Ford Galaxy…definitely not the same as driving it in a Stratos!

  • Douglas McMillan says:

    I would love to drive the World Rallycross Championship Volkwagen Polo R around Monaco. It may seem like a strange choice but imagine the thrill of the walls being so close as you go sideways around the bends. What a buzz that would be!

  • Leanne Nash says:

    I’d like to drive Jenson Buttons 2009 championship winning Brawn BGP 001. I think I’d like to take it round the Singapore Circuit. Love the night race there!

  • Will Wynn says:

    Hi Chris, That’s a beast of a car. Nice one.

  • Chris says:

    Metro 6R4 at RallyGB

  • Diane says:

    Triumph TR7, my dream car after seeing it driven by Purdey in the New Avengers. Iconic British car driven by strong female character. As I’m not good enough to drive it on a rally course I’d take it for a run round Goodwood.

  • Andrea says:

    A Ferrari F40 around the street circuit of Monaco to live my childhood memories of watching Senna on TV!

  • viva pope says:

    a bloody big one and around silverstone!

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