Silverstone Motorsport UK ‘Shaping Up Really Well’

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Preparations are in full swing for this year’s Silverstone Motorsport UK show, which is set to take place on the 3rd and 4th November.

The live motorsport show will showcase all categories of national motorsport, with more than 100 companies from the world of motorsport signed up to exhibit at the show, including championships, manufacturers and suppliers.

Current exhibitors include TrackDriver magazine, Go Motorsport, 360 Motor Racing Club, Motors TV, RAVENOL, British Radio Control Association and Racelogic.

This year sees a new partnership with Silverstone bring a live aspect to the event, with visitors able to sample the action first hand. They can enjoy a discounted Silverstone driving experience on the Stowe circuit, take part in the Go Motorsport kart challenge, where teams will battle it out for a selection of prizes, spend time on race simulators and compete in a series of radio control car races.

The event will also see the announcement of the first Spirit of Motorsport award winners, who will share a £10,000 prize fund, courtesy of high performance oil and lubricant manufacturer RAVENOL.

“This year’s event is shaping up really well, and it looks like it is not to be missed!” said Martin Capenhurst, the event’s organiser. “The live elements have really made the event extremely interactive, so visitors can really get involved and have a go! The promotion for this year’s show is on schedule and I believe that we will beat our target of attracting 4,000 visitors over the two days.”

 “We are delighted with how the inaugural Silverstone Motorsport UK event is shaping up,” added Richard Phillips, Director of Silverstone Circuits. “There is no doubt that this event is going to be a great way for enthusiasts and competitors to come together to sample the best of British motorsport.”

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