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This show runs for four days. On Thursday and Friday only
"trade" is allowed-people who are involved in racing
with teams or suppliers. Saturday and Sunday is open to the general
public. Autosport magazine is a typical Brit rag, heavy on the
hype, so the show is glitzy and celebrity-heavy. The Autosport
Engineering Show runs the first two days only in a hall adjacent
to the bigger show and has smaller technical exhibits. Racecar
Engineering magazine sponsors this part of the show.
83,000 people visited the show during the four days.
Formula 1 racecars were prominent at the show. Here's a Ferrari
on a stand. In the back ground is a row of simulated pit stalls
with several F1 teams represented.
Another view of the Ferrari.
A Williams in BMW livery sits in one of the simulated
And a Jordan.
And a pair of McLarens.
A bit of fluff.
The Pi Research booth on the main floor.
I should have brought my drivers suit!
I was too embarrassed to get my photo taken with the