Autosport International Show at NEC

By Laura Payne Wednesday 09 January 2013 Updated: 09/01 14:52

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FAST cars and high profile stars will be at the NEC this weekend.

The Autosport International show is taking place on January 12 and 13 and will feature appearances from the likes of Formula One legend Sir Jackie Stewart, current F1 star Paul Di Resta and departing BBC F1 anchor Jake Humphrey.

The F1 Racing Grid will allow visitors to get up close and personal with a range of the 2012 Grand Prix cars, while the Live Action Arena, the UK's largest indoor race track, will be the place to go for a pre-season adrenaline fix.

Visitors can also take a spin with passenger rides and karting challenges on offer.

Tickets for Autosport International cost £31 for adults and £20 for children aged five and over.

For more information or to book visit www.autosportinternational.com or call 0844 5811420.

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