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Alex Lynn and Rob Huff to appear at AUTOSPORT International 2015

Reigning GP3 champion Alex Lynn and 2012 World Touring Car champion Rob Huff are among the latest star names to confirm their attendance at this year's AUTOSPORT International show

Alex Lynn and Rob Huff to appear at AUTOSPORT International 2015

Lynn, who followed in the footsteps of Formula 1 racer Daniil Kvyat to become the second consecutive Red Bull junior to win the GP3 crown, and current Lada WTCC driver Huff, will be joined by several other leading British racers at the show this weekend.

Audi sportscar racer Oliver Jarvis will also be in attendance, having recently been revealed as the replacement for Le Mans legend Tom Kristensen in the German manufacturer's LMP1 line-up.

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Indy Lights runner-up Jack Harvey, GP3 race winner Nick Yelloly, Formula 3 driver Jordan King, and Nissan-backed single-seater and sportscar racer Jann Mardenborough will all make appearances over the weekend.

AUTOSPORT International will also mark the first public appearance for the 'Project Brabham' scheme, with David Brabham on hand to reveal how the plan to return the iconic name to international racing is progressing.

Other guests already confirmed for the show include 13-time grand prix winner David Coulthard, World Endurance champion Anthony Davidson, former sportscar star Allan McNish, World Rallycross champion Petter Solberg, plus BTCC champions Matt Neal, Gordon Shedden, Colin Turkington and Andrew Jordan.

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