Inside British Motorsport - an event uncovering the inside story of Britain's Motorsport industry

This fast-paced event on Saturday 3 March 2018 offers a rare opportunity to gain an insider's view of this dynamic industry from those who have contributed to its success. Set within the world's largest collection of historic British cars at the British Motor Museum, the day will be hosted by Steve Cropley, Editor-in-Chief of Autocar magazine and Stephen Laing, Curator of the British Motor Museum.

Speakers will include Dr Kathryn Richards, Wind Tunnel Test Technician at Mercedes AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team; Sadie Wigglesworth, Owner of Brand Consultancy 'Hatfits' and previously Head of Commercial for the Sahara Force India Formula One Team; Cristianna Pace, Motorsport consultant and PHD Researcher; and Prof. Nick Henry, Co-Director at the Centre for Business in Society at Coventry University.

Having succeeded in the industry, these speakers want now to give something back to those aspiring to enter it. This event aims to encourage and support new talent and inspire the next generation to join the industry but with topics including engineering and technical successes, the growth of Motorsport valley, sponsorship and marketing, this event will appeal to anyone with an interest in the sport.

Alongside the presentations and panel debates there will be opportunities for networking and the Museum will provide a Motorsport-focused museum tour led by its knowledgeable guides. Lunch is included and there will also be some free time for people to explore the Museum at the end of the day.

Stephen Laing, Curator at the British Motor Museum stated, "We're delighted to offer this special event to explore Britain's Motorsport. Hosted in the thought-provoking surroundings of the British Motor Museum, it is designed to inspire young people considering a career in Motorsport and to appeal to anyone with an interest in British Motorsport".

Earlybird advance tickets are available at £30 per adult, £25 concession and £20 child (age 16 & under) until Friday 9 February. To include lecture, lunch and entry to the Museum. 'On the day' prices are then available at £40 per adult, £35 concession and £30 child (age 16 & under). Children aged 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
To book a place please visit the website at or for more information please contact Emma Rawlinson on 01926 927823 or email:

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