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AUTOSPORT Live coverage for AUTOSPORT International 2014

AUTOSPORT Live will cover AUTOSPORT International as it happens from Thursday to Sunday this week

AUTOSPORT Live coverage for AUTOSPORT International 2014

Our new-for-2014 rolling blog will provide constant coverage of the action from the world's leading motorsport show, including all the car launches, breaking news, on-stage interviews and backstage insights, plus video highlights.

Guests lined up for this year's AUTOSPORT International include Formula 1 and motorcycle racing legend John Surtees, Sauber F1 driver Adrian Sutil, and Le Mans superstars Allan McNish and Tom Kristensen.

Racer turned commentator Martin Brundle, 2003 World Rally champion Petter Solberg, McLaren F1 reserve Gary Paffett, and British Touring Car champions present and past Andrew Jordan, Matt Neal, Jason Plato and Gordon Shedden are among the others who will take to the KX AUTOSPORT Stage.

There is also the traditional dose of indoor motorsport in the Live Action Arena - where Lotus's 1967 and 1978 F1 cars will be demonstrated as part of a show that also features stunt driving, performance cars, freestyle motocross, drifting, and the McLaren AUTOSPORT BRDC Award finalists.

Other AUTOSPORT International highlights include all 11 F1 teams' 2013 cars on the F1 Racing Grid, and a unique display of iconic cars and bikes from Surtees' career.

AUTOSPORT Live coverage from the show begins at 10am GMT on Thursday January 9.

The event commences with trade days on January 9-10, before opening to the public for the January 11-12 weekend. Tickets are available from www.autosportinternational.com.

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