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Autosport International reveals 2016 Williams F1 team feature

Autosport International has revealed a first look at how the main Autosport stage and the Williams Formula 1 motorhome will be displayed at the 2016 show in January

Autosport International reveals 2016 Williams F1 team feature

The Williams motorhome will form the base for a major celebration of the F1 team's history during the January 14-17 event, which will mark the first time the team's paddock base has been constructed away from a grand prix weekend.

The team will also bring a collection of its most iconic cars to the show at Birmingham's NEC, and visitors can look forward to special features from Williams and appearances from team members past and present.

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Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams said: "We're really excited to be such a major part of Autosport International and constructing our motorhome next to the new Autosport Stage will make for an incredible sight.

"The show will be a great opportunity for people to learn all about Williams and be a great chance for people to soak up some Formula 1 atmosphere away from the circuit."

Damon Hill, who won the 1996 world championship with Williams, is one of the star guests to have confirmed his attendance at the show.

More details of Williams's involvement at Autosport International 2016 will be revealed in the coming weeks.

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