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Jaguar SCV8 on stage

The Jaguar X-Type SCV8 will be one of the stars of the show at AUTOSPORT International at the NEC in Birmingham from 8-11 January

Jaguar SCV8 on stage

The all-new for 2004 championship will be unveiled to the world's press at 9.30am on the Thursday (January 8), which is the official show media and trade day. Remaining on the AUTOSPORT central stage for the four days of the show, the 550bhp, V8 Jaguar and the SCV8 team will be on hand to answer questions about the exciting new championship.

Four time BTCC champion Andy Rouse and joint SCV8 series creator Pete Hall commented: "This is a fantastic position for SCV8 in its inaugural year. To be in pole position at AUTOSPORT's own show, an event that is established and recognised worldwide and sets the scene for the season ahead, is in deed a great honour and positions the SCV8 championship as an important part of British motorsport for 2004 and beyond."

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.

Trade visitors can also register on-line at www.autosport-international.com for advance tickets to the dedicated two trade days (Thursday 8 and Friday 9). Trade tickets are £21.00 per day but included for the first time will be the official showguide, with comprehensive product directory, which retails at £5.00.

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