Ferrari To Be The Main Feature At Autosport
By Kyle Lindsay
Wednesday, June 21, 2017 - 13:50
Autosport International, Europe’s leading pre-season motorsport show, is delighted to announce that Ferrari will be the main feature in 2018; an exciting new centrepiece to the January show will be created in collaboration with Ferrari.
The Ferrari main feature will showcase the lineage from its legendary sports cars through to Formula One, courtesy of Corse Clienti – Ferrari’s exclusive client racing programme.
Corse Clienti can, uniquely in the automotive world, take an owner via its Corsa Pilota programme from a 488 GTB through the Ferrari Challenge Series, the FXX cars, to Le Mans and even to owning and driving a Scuderia Ferrari F1 car.
Elsewhere at the four-day show, to be held at the NEC in Birmingham from 11-14 January 2018, the very latest in motorsport, automotive and performance engineering technology will be featured, highlighting cars and exhibitors from every level of motor racing.
A new website for Autosport International has been launched ahead of the announcement, offering fans and visitors the perfect place to purchase tickets, stay up to date with breaking news and explore the different exhibitors scheduled to attend.
Tickets for the two dedicated trade days, January 11 and 12, are now on sale.
Autosport Media UK editorial director Anthony Rowlinson, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to announce this exciting collaboration between Autosport International and Ferrari. Ferrari remains the world’s most exotic and evocative automotive and racing marque, having built so many revered road and race cars over the past 70 years – all of them carrying the Prancing Horse.
“The Ferrari badge ignites passion across every continent and in all cultures, so we’re honoured to be hosting Ferrari as the show’s main feature. More details will follow soon, but no petrolhead should miss out on this!”
Further information regarding dates for public tickets sale and full details on the collaboration between Autosport International and Ferrari will be announced in the coming weeks.