Motorsport Network is proud to present the return of the Autosport Awards to the JW Marriott Grosvenor House, Park Lane London on Sunday 6 February. Rich in history, it is recognised as the industry’s most prestigious awards event, acknowledging success and innovation across the echelons of international motorsports, as voted for by Autosport readers.
With the introduction of a new lifetime achievement category ensuring the attendance of some very special guests, an all-new Pininfarina designed trophy, and the crowning of the Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver Award, it’s going to be a memorable evening.
Guests are welcomed with a red carpet arrival and pre-dinner champagne reception, allowing plenty of time for comfortably-distanced socialising and networking before sitting down to the gala dinner, and the presentation of the Autosport Awards in the stunning Great Room.
Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis, at our discretion. Tables seat a maximum of 10 guests; individuals or smaller groups will be seated together. We do not require guest names at the time of booking. Those details, together with any special dietary requirements will be requested after your booking has been confirmed.
All tickets include the champagne reception, unlimited wines and bottled water during dinner, followed by coffee and petits fours.
As in previous years, we are anticipating that the evening will be sold out. Additionally, we have taken the decision to slightly reduce the capacity of the event to make the space more comfortable for social distancing. Prompt booking is therefore recommended.
As per the mandatory requirements for events with over 500 people, guests will need to provide proof of their Covid status as a condition of entry to the Autosport Awards at Grosvenor House.
Valid Covid-19 status means that any of the following apply:
Accepted proof include the following:
Please note that all guests will be checked upon arrival, before entry to the hotel.
For our international guests, the UK Government has announced that from Friday 7 January those travelling to the UK no longer require a pre-departure test and do not need to self-isolate until a negative PCR result is obtained. Only a lateral flow test by the end of day two is still required. For more information click here