Caterham F1 racer Will Stevens set for AUTOSPORT International 2015

Recent Formula 1 debutant Will Stevens has joined the list of star guests for AUTOSPORT International 2015

Caterham F1 racer Will Stevens set for AUTOSPORT International 2015

A year after appearing at Europe's biggest motorsport show to talk about his Formula Renault 3.5 title aspirations, Stevens will return to Birmingham's NEC for the public days on January 10-11 fresh from racing for the Caterham F1 team in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

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"It's been an amazing month, getting the opportunity to make my Formula 1 debut with the Caterham F1 team and following that with two days testing the car," said 23-year-old Briton Stevens.

"I learnt a lot, which I'll hopefully be able to use in the future.

"Throughout, I received fantastic support from passionate British fans, many of whom backed the team's crowd-funding efforts to race, so I'm excited about seeing everyone at AUTOSPORT International in January."

Stevens joins an AUTOSPORT International guest list that already includes grand prix winner turned commentator David Coulthard, Le Mans legend and ex-F1 racer Allan McNish, World Rallycross champion Petter Solberg and British Touring Car champions Colin Turkington, Andrew Jordan, Gordon Shedden Jason Plato and Matt Neal.

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