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Di Resta to Appear at Autosport International 2012

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Paul di Resta - Photo Credit: Force India F1 Team

Paul di Resta - Photo Credit: Force India F1 Team

 

Paul di Resta has confirmed that he will be among the star names appearing at Autosport International 2012 in January.

The Force India driver, who is competing in his debut F1 season this year, will give live interviews on the Autosport stage throughout the weekend and will also meet fans, sign autographs and take part in the show’s Live Action Arena, which features stunts and demonstrations.

“Britain has the best motorsport fans in the world, and I'm thrilled that I'll have the opportunity to meet some of my supporters at Autosport International,” said Di Resta. “I used to visit the show in my early career to see my heroes on the stage, so it's a real honour to now be among those drivers.”

Tickets are now on sale for the public show, which is held at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, on 14-15 January 2012. For more information call 0844 581 1420 or visit www.autosportinternational.com.

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