See Peugeots’ winning cars at Autosport International

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Peugeot are set to display it’s winning cars at the upcoming Autosport International show at the NEC, Birmingham on 14-17 January.

The French manufacturer will be showing off Kris Meeke’s Intercontinental Rally Challenge Championship winning Peugeot 207 Super 2000 along with as the 2009 2WD Cup Drivers' and Manufacturers' title winning 207 RC Rally car.

Alongside the rally cars Peugeot will be displaying it’s 2009 Le Mans 24 Hour winning 908 HDi FAP which was driven to success by David Brabham, Marc Gene and Alexander Wurz.

“We're delighted to have Peugeot Sport joining us at Autosport International, especially with a run of such successful cars,” said Autosport International Show Director Ian France. “Not only will its Le Mans-winning car be at the show, but David Brabham will be attending, so fans will also get the opportunity to see the star who helped drive it to victory.”

Also attending the show will be 2009 Formula One World Champion Jenson Button and Brabham's sportscar rival, double-Le Mans 24 Hour winner Allan McNish. The show will also host wheel-to-wheel battles in the Live Action Arena, where visitors will witness awe-inspiring demonstrations and spectacular stunts.

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