Win a pair of tickets to Autosport International 2017

It’s not even 2017 yet, but were kicking off the year with a great show and giving you the chance to win yourself a pair of tickets to Autosport International.  How cool is that?

All the stars, cars and action alongside motorsport’s latest technical innovations will all be under one roof at Autosport International 2017! Covering over 1 million ft², Autosport International is the World’s Greatest four-wheel indoor extravaganza! Featuring every level of Motor Racing – from Karting to Formula 1 and with exhibitors ranging from specialist race suppliers to major manufacturers showcasing their road and race cars; the show truly brings together the world of motorsport at one superb venue.


For the 27th year running, this annual pre-season event will be held again at the NEC, Birmingham.

Featuring every level of Motor Racing – from Karting to Formula 1- the show truly brings together the world of motorsport under one roof.

Catering for both professionals and Motorsport fans alike, Autosport International incorporates two Trade-only days (12 & 13 January) followed by two Public days (14 & 15 January) dedicated to Motorsport enthusiasts.

Autosport International takes place alongside the leading UK exhibition dedicated to enthusiasts of sports and performance cars, the Performance Car Show, giving visitors the ideal place to see the very best high-performance machines in their full glory.

So whether you’re into your F1, rallying, BTCC or any other motorsport you’ll enjoy this event, and maybe even bump into your motorsport idols and obtain an autograph or three.

To win a pair of tickets, all you have to do is comment below on why you’d love to attend Autosport International 2017, and what motorsport related car you’d most love to drive and why?

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28 comments on "Win a pair of tickets to Autosport International 2017"

  • Rachel says:

    I’d love to go and would take my son who is a complete petrol head!

  • Andrea says:

    I never been and I would love to go.

  • Petra Hora says:

    Amazing day out for my boys and mama would get a day off.

  • Vera Bahounkova says:

    I would love to attend with my father in law visiting us from Australia.

  • Andrew Harvey says:

    I would love to win tickets so I could take my petrol head son to see some amazing cars.

  • Bryan Evans says:

    Always a good show to start the New Year off and great to get the adrenaline pumping ready for the 2017 season.Also such good place to meet the drivers makes Autosport internaional unmissable.
    A Kamaz Dakar 2017 truck would be my choice to drive at this time of year,going to the january sales would be a lot less stressful in one.

  • Dale Walker-Hyde says:

    If I win a pair of tickets what better excuse to bring my wife along, I’d love to show her what gets me excited about motorsport.

    As for the car I’d love to drive, can I have two? I love 50’s sports cars and used to own a GP Spyder (kit car) so how about the real thing: a Porsche 718RSK, beautiful, simple, quick. But my ultimate drive would be the all conquering Lotus 79, also beautiful, simple (above if not under the skin) and very quick around the corners!

    Good Luck All,


  • Helen Yendall says:

    I’d love to take my partner to Autosport as a New Year treat. He loves motorsport but has never been. I’d love to drive the safety car in F1!

  • Neil Pearson says:

    I’d love to go to Autosport to see the latest performance and concept cars as well as the latest technologies from the various motorsport genres, as well as some of the classics of my youth. My dream drive would be to have a blast around Brands Hatch in a Shell Sport Ford Escort Mexico.

  • Aiden McHaffie says:

    I’d be daft not to want to go to Autosport International 2017. I’m going sprinting in my MGTF next year after a 15 year break from competition and need to drool over all the shiny bits I could never afford. As for driving a dream car? It would have to be a Millington engined MEM Proton Rally Car. I love watching them in action, they epitomise everything rallying should be.

  • Sam Howarth says:

    I’d love to go to Autosport International 2017 to bring my girlfriend along to it, trying to get her into motorsport and i feel like taking her to the show would help

  • Ruth Francis says:

    I would love to attend Autosport International 2017 as when the racing season is out it is the best winter fix, surrounded by amazing cars and fellow petrolheads! As a massive F1 fan I would love to drive any Ferrari F1 car that Michael Schumacher had previously driven.

  • Kate Loader says:

    I’d love to attend to give me some kind of Motorsport Fix during the cold winter months, and to walk around looking at all the cool cars from different genres. It’s an amazing show to get up close to cars you’d normally only see from photos/tv/side of the track.

    The car I would absolutely love to drive is the F1 Williams FW18. I wish I could have heard it racing in the flesh.

  • Robin Middleton says:

    I’d love to go to Autosport international to see the range of Williams F1 cars that are going to be on show this year. the car i’d love to drive is Nelson Piquets 1983 world championship winning Brabham BT52B BMW, gorgeous to look at and with 1400 bhp on tap blommin scary to drive!

  • Jeevan says:

    I am a big F1 fan and love this show and have been following for many years. I would like to drive the Safety Car in F1

  • Phill Palmer says:

    I love the Autosport show especially to get my BTCC fix. Gets the new season off to a start, and can’t wait to see the new Vauxhall Astra touring car.

  • Brian says:

    I would love to go because being 41 I’ve never managed to attend and I think I would get so excited I would pee a little!!
    I’d love to drive Lewis Hamiltons 2013 F1 car as that was the last of the proper sounding F1 cars.

  • karen hutchinson says:

    my partner Paul would love this prize – he went to the show years ago but has not been for a while. He would love to drive Hamiltons car or any F1 car .

  • Douglas McMillan says:

    I would love to attend because I am a Motorsport Marshal, I live and breathe motorsport. By January the withdrawal symptoms have set in, I need the noise, the smell and the excitement to see me through until the season starts.

    I’d love to drive Ken Blocks 600bhp Focus RS Rallycross car. I reckon it would be seriously fast, exciting and incredibly good fun.

  • colin dixon says:

    I would love to drive the e type, and would love to go show and follow my dreams ,I just love cars.

  • Will Wynn says:

    Nice one Nick. What a car.

  • Nick Tooley says:

    Oops sorry, it would have to be the legendary fire breathing Audi Quattro Sport – awesome beast.

  • Will Wynn says:

    What motorsport car Nick?


    I would love to go to the Autosport International it is a fantastic show for all motor racing fans.
    The racing car I would love to drive is Lewis Hamiltons last years Mercedes what a car and what an experience if only!

  • Nick Tooley says:

    By January I’ll be suffering withdrawal from motorsport, I need to go to the show to maintain my excitement levels. Autosport International is perfect, everything’s under one roof.

  • Will Wynn says:

    Very cool Stewart.

  • Will Wynn says:

    What would be the motorsport car you’d most like to drive Stewart?

  • Stewart Longhurst says:

    As to why I’d like to go to Autosport International – I’d take my 8 yr old son who is F1 mad and would love to see all the current teams and cars close up and in one place.

  • Stewart Longhurst says:

    Since watching the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen in Le Mans, I’ve always fancied having a blast down the Mulsanne straight in a Porsche 917 – Gulf Racing liveried of course – with the flat 12 screaming a few inches behind my head. Sadly at 6’6″ I doubt I’d be able to fold myself into the cockpit. In another life maybe!

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