Revving up 2021: ASI Connect digital networking event registration opens.

Motorsport industry professionals don’t have to wait until 2022 for networking. Trade registration for the all-new Autosport International (ASI) Connect, the innovative digital networking event for the motorsport industry, is now open.

The online-only event will occur on 10-11 March 2021 and feature the Motorsport Business Leaders Forum. Invitations have been sent to the 15,000 high-level industry leaders who attend Autosport International, allowing them to network with virtual exhibitors, participate in debates on the sport’s future, and share knowledge at speeches and panel discussions during the two-day event. The ”virtual attendees” will be able book appointments and build relationships through the bespoke ASI Connect app. 

Charles Leclerc, Ferrari signs autographs for fans in front of the Autosport stage during the Autosport International exhibition at the National Exhibition Centre on January 12, 2020 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Photo: Zak Mauger / LAT Images

 

Attendees will also receive a six-month Autosport+ subscription when they register. Exhibitors can book their virtual stand at ASI Connect and discuss sponsorship opportunities with our sales team by contacting autosport.international@autosport.com or through our website www.autosportinternational.com. Trade registration is now open. 

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Autosport International 2022

Autosport International is one of the most significant events in the UK motorsport calendar, bringing together some of the most famous motorsport names together under one roof. It will return to Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in January 2022.

Fans can get up close to the machines involved in every level of the sport, from karting to F1, and see live driving shows and superstar guests. In 2020, F1 stars such as Charles Leclerc and Lando Norris helped attract over 90,000 fans.

BTCC drivers Tom Ingram, Dan Cammish, Colin Turkington and Andrew Jordan are interviewed on the Autosport stage during the Autosport International exhibition at the National Exhibition Centre on January 12, 2020 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Photo: Zak Mauger / LAT.

 

Autosport International will roar back into action at the NEC in 2022 for a grand re-opening ahead of a high octane four-day event packed with the latest cars, drivers and technology from the world of international motorsport. 

Autosport International 2022 will have trade-only days featuring the Motorsport Business Leaders Forum and Autosport Engineering events on Thursday, 13 January and Friday, 14 January. 

Lando Norris, McLaren poses for a photograph with some police officers during the Autosport International exhibition at the National Exhibition Centre on January 11, 2020 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Photo: by Joe Portlock / LAT Images.

 

On Saturday 15 January and Sunday 16 January, the show opens to the public with the star-studded Autosport Stage, giving fans the chance to meet their motorsport heroes and the Live Action Arena thrilling crowds with indoor racing and stunt driving.  

Mandy Cox, Autosport International Operations Director, said, ‘For over 30 years, January has been the time when over 90,000 fans and trade professionals descend on Autosport International. 2021 is a very different situation with lockdown 3. Still, we are focused on making the 2022 event a fantastic bounceback celebration of everything great about our international industry and the sport we love.’

Tickets will go on sale later in the year.