What highlights of the UK motoring events you should be looking out for this year? Here is a list of top events where you can see sights such as the unveiling of new models, or the teasing of cutting-edge concepts, as our industry rushes to innovate. You can also see upgrades to existing automotive favorites, get the opportunity to rediscover some of the world’s classic cars, or see some of the world’s best drivers in competition.
Date: January 11-12
Venue: National Exhibition Center, Marston Green, Birmingham
Prices: Advance discount – adults £34, children aged 6 to 15 £21. On the day – adults £37, children aged 6 to 15 £23. Children aged under-6 enter for free.
On Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th of January 2020, the Autosport International doors are opened for motorsport enthusiasts of all ages to see the fastest cars, biggest stars, as well as adrenaline-spiking live action. Star drivers such as Lando Norris, Jenson Button, Billy Monger, and more have made a pit-stop on the Autosport Stage, allowing members of the public to get autographs, ask questions, and watch on as unanswered questions from the last F1 season are tackled head-on.
London Classic Car Show
Date: February 20-23
Venue: Olympia London, Hammersmith, London
Prices: Advance discount – adults from £25, children aged 6 to 16 from £20. On the day – adults from £30, children aged 6 to 16 from £22. Children aged under-6 enter for free.
The premier classic car event of London will come back on 20‐23 February 2020, at its new home of Olympia London, Kensington, marking the new chapter in the history of the show. In its sixth year, London Classic Car Show is firmly established as one of the top must‐attend events for discerning classic car owners, experts, collectors, and enthusiasts.