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Arden to reveal plans at show

Leading Formula 3000 team Arden International is to announce its plans for next season at AUTOSPORT International on January 8

Arden to reveal plans at show

Arden driver Bjorn Wirdheim won the drivers' championship this year, while the outfit also secured the teams' crown. Arden boss Christian Horner will appear at the show, held at the NEC in Birmingham from January 8-11, where he will reveal how Arden plans to follow up its championship success.

"We'll be announcing our plans at AUTOSPORT International on January 8," said Horner. "We've had a great season in 2003. We won both titles, and it will be very difficult to better the 2003 season. However, this is our target and we will try our very best to achieve it.

"We've looked at several good young drivers over the winter, and I think that interest in F3000 at the moment is bigger than it has been for many years."

You can book your tickets for AUTOSPORT International in advance by calling the ticket hotline on 0870 902 0444 or by booking on line at www.autosport-international.com. Adults and children can visit both the show and the British Eurosport Live Action Arena at a cost of £17 for children under the age of 16 and £24 for adults. Entry for the show only is £14 for adults and a special price for children at just £7.

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