2019 events we’re excited for

Red Marlin will be attending and supporting a number of our clients at some of the UK’s highest profile motoring events this year. Here are just some of the events we are excited to be attending this year.

Autosport International – 10th to 13th January

Kicking off the 2019 show season in style is Autosport International. This annual pre-season event covers all areas of motorsport, from karting all the way up to Formula One. We will be in attendance at the NEC providing on site PR and marketing support for the Yokohama team on their stand in the General Motorsports section of the show.

Race Retro – 22nd to 24th February

Race Retro is a fantastic event focusing on the excitement and adrenaline fuelled world of motor sport. Celebrating a whole range of competition classics with live interviews, demonstrations and incredible track action, Race Retro is a must attend event for racing fans.

CV Show – 30th April to 2nd May

The CV Show is the best attended, largest and most comprehensive road transport and commercial vehicle event held in Britain. It will be exciting to see the latest developments in commercial vehicle technology on offer at the event at the NEC, Birmingham.

Automechanika Birmingham – 4th to 6th June

Automechanika Birmingham is set to see over 12,000 visitors at the NEC in June. This exciting show provides valuable networking opportunities within the motor industry and we will be providing PR support to Pro-Align during the event ensuring the maximum exposure of their brand and launch some exciting new workshop technologies.

Gemini Events Classic Motor Shows in association with ClassicLine – Summer 2019

There are a series of classic motor shows happening across the country courtesy of Gemini Events in association with ClassicLine. Featuring events such as Motorfest, the Ragley Hall Motor Show and the 29th Annual Knebworth Classic Motor Show, summer 2019 will be an exciting time for classic car fans across the country.

Goodwood Festival of Speed – 4th to 7th July

The world’s greatest celebration of motorsport and car culture! Held in the beautiful parkland surrounding Goodwood House, the Festival of Speed is motorsport’s ultimate summer garden party. The Festival of Speed is the highlight of the summer for petrol heads, an unmissable show with thousands in attendance.

Silverstone Classic – 26th to 28th July

A real highlight of the year, the Silverstone Classic sees more than 10,000 classic cars on display from over 100 classic car clubs over the three day weekend. We will be supporting Yokohama, who are official partners with the event and sponsor a number of races and awards across the weekend.

Cenex – LCV – 4th to 5th September

Cenex’s low carbon vehicle event has been going from strength to strength with last year’s show attracting over 4,300 visitors and more than 250 exhibitors. Held at the Millbrook testing ground in Bedfordshire, the event showcases the latest innovations in low carbon vehicles. We’re excited to be attending this event to learn more about existing and future technologies we could see on our roads very soon.

Goodwood Revival – 13th to 15th September

With modern cars completely banned from the Goodwood racing circuit during the Revival, you are transported back in time to the early 1960’s and the heyday of British motorsport. With classic motor sport going on throughout the event you can be sure to love something on offer.

NEC Classic Motor Show – 8th to 10th November

The annual season finale at the NEC, the Classic Motor Show welcomes more than 71,000 people over the weekend. The incredible atmosphere on offer draws enthusiasts from across the country to the NEC. Those lucky enough to attend will find us on the ClassicLine Insurance stand.

These are just a few of the events we will be attending in 2019. If you have an event you would like PR and marketing support with please get in touch with our team now.

Phone: 01926 832 395

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