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Top names head to Autosport International

More Top names have confirmed their appearance at Autosport International, such as Ford, Mitsubishi, Panoz, McLaren, Jaguar Racing, Jordan, Red Bull Sauber, Lotus, Rockingham and Silverstone. Among the 550 static exhibition stands, more than 100 will be unveiling or launching new products and cars and announcing driver line-ups for the 2000 season

Top names head to Autosport International

Autosport International's got it. More than 100 of the exhibitors in January's show will be selling items that the public can buy. If it's new wheels you're after or a model car or book. Or perhaps you fancy a kit that turns a road car into a rally car, the show's got it. From clothing manufacturers to model car makers, there's something for everyone.

Carl Fogarty will join former British Superbike Champion, James Whitham. Now racing with Belgarda Team, he will be making a guest appearance on Saturday (January 13). "I've never been to Autosport before, but obviously I've heard about it. There's a rumour that some of the top riders will be doing a pit-stop wheel challenge against the F1 drivers, which could be amusing. I guess we'll find out who's more used to getting their hands dirty!"

who stormed to victory in the final round of World Superbike at Brands Hatch, will be the star of the Reve Red Bull Ducati stand at throughout the show. "I'm looking forward to Autosport because car racing is also a love of mine and I raced in a Fiesta at Donington earlier this season - and set the second fastest lap of the race. I'm hoping my request to do some celebrity car racing in the Thunderdrome will be taken up as well!"

call 0870 264 4444 or visit the website at www.autosport-international.com. Trade visitors can also pre-register on the site.

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