Everyone’s favourite motorsport show, Autosport International, is back!
From January 11 to 14, the NEC in Birmingham will host one of the world’s biggest and most star-studded motorsport shows.
Legendary among motorsport fans, this four-day event will be split into two sections:a two-day trade show for industry professionals and a two-day public show.
Autosport International 2024 tickets
The show draws in crowds in their thousands each year. In fact, the 2023 edition saw 90,000 fans flock to the NEC. Tickets for the show are already selling fast so buy yours here!
Autosport International is often dubbed “4 shows in 1”. That’s because it includes The Engineering Show, The Motoring Show, The Performance and Tuning Show and The Live Action Arena.
Tickets for Autosport International cost £38 for Standard Entry, £48 for a Paddock Pass and £150 for a VIP Club ticket.
The Paddock Pass includes the best grandstand seats for all the live action, unlimited access to the paddock area and a lanyard guide.
The VIP Club Pass includes access to the VIP Lounge where complimentary refreshments will be served, free cloakroom, free parking, unlimited access to the paddock area, an exclusive box for the live action arena including drinks and canapes, a lanyard guide and a gift bag.
To whet your appetite, here is the trailer for the 2024 the ASI Show.
Who will be at the Autosport International Show?
As ever, the list of attendees at the biggest car show on the continent is a long and impressive one. Here are the main picks, but be aware that more, equally impressive guests are likely to be confirmed in the coming weeks.
- Guenther Steiner – Team Principal of Haas F1
- David “Crofty” Croft – Sky Sports F1 Presenter and Commentator
- Natalie Pinkham – F1 Journalist & Sky Sports F1 presenter
- James Calado – 2023 Le Mans winning Ferrari driver
- Ferrari 499P – 2023 Le Mans winning car
- Bernie Collins – Former Head of Strategy and current Sky Sports F1 Analyst
- Steve Biagioni – British Drifting Champion
- Paul O’Neill – BTCC race winner and ITV presenter
Where is the Autosport International Show?
ASI is held at the NEC in Birmingham. Ideally placed for fans coming from all over the UK, as well as internationally, the UK second largest city has become the home of the event in recent years.
Need directions to the Autosport International Show at the NEC? Click this link for directions.
By simply buying your ticket to Autosport International, you will be automatically entered into a prize draw – and the prize is a good one.
You could win a spin in the World Champion Drifter’s Nissan GTR. Jump in with British Drifting Champion, Steve Biagioni as he shreds tyres live at the event.
Hold on tight, because he won’t be holding back!