Autosport International 2024: Trade Show Days

Autosport International 2024, A24, NEC, UK, 13/01/2024, © Matt Hancock Pro-Pix,

For over thirty years, Autosport International has been the leading European motorsport
show.. The four day event combines business, engineering, thought leadership debates and
live action. For 2024, there’s a brand new look and feel to the show. Europe’s Largest Motorsport Show has returned for an action-packed spectacle of unmissable cars and stars.

Thursday and Friday were as always trade show days for the motorsport and automotive industry to network, see the latest innovations, and to kick-start the new year together. For the first time, drivers were joined by their cars on stage at Autosport International.

Autosport International 2024. Birmingham, Image Peter Still PSP Images

Autosport Engineering

Visitor research shows that over 60% of trade visitors attend Autosport International to keep
up with what is happening in motorsport, and 85% of attendees are key decision-makers.
This makes the show an unparalleled opportunity to showcase and network with an
international audience, particularly as it is the first industry networking opportunity of 2024.
Located in the heart of the show, Autosport Engineering offers trade visitors the exclusive
opportunity to meet with like-minded professionals, discover the latest industry innovations
and the opportunity to collaborate with new business partners.
This zone offers an unparalleled opportunity to network with an international audience – it’s
the best time of the year to reach influential leaders from across the industry.
A revitalised Engineering hall, developed specifically for trade, suppliers, buyers and
professionals, was launched for 2024.

Autosport International 2024. Birmingham, Image Peter Still PSP Images

Business Forum

The two-day conference welcomed some of the industry’s most exciting and innovative
thought leaders to talk about everything from engineering and future mobility, to
opportunities for people from all backgrounds to pursue a career in business and STEM.
Leading the conversation was former head of strategy at Aston Martin F1 and Sky Sports
analyst Bernie Collins, whose wealth of experience has inspired the next generation of
engineers. She will host many of the panel discussions.
Business leaders in the debate included representatives from IMSA, Alpine F1 Team, Extreme E, Mission H24, More than Equal, Motorsport UK, Jota, DTM, McLaren and the National Motorsport Academy.

Autosport International 2024. Birmingham, Image Peter Still PSP Images

The show now moves on to welcoming 1000,’s of motorsport fans, in what promises to be a great weekend of action.

The RacerViews info

By Matt Hancock

We are passionate, dedicated motorsport professionals.

In 2024 you will see us trackside and stageside with exclusive coverage of

  • The World Endurance Championship
  • The World Rally Championship
  • Belgian Rally Championship
  • British GT
  • British Rallycross
  • and more!

We aim to bring you interviews and photos you won’t see anywhere else. We don’t aim to break the news, rather we aim to bring the voices of the racers to you and the atmosphere of the event to you at home. Our social media presence on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube bring you more, a holistic experience. We partner with racers and professionals in the industry and give back where we can. If we can help you or you have a story to share, please contact us.