Motorsport in America Day
Location: Stoneleigh Park, Warwick
Motorsport in America Day
including Preview to The Race Has Gone Green Conference, California
and Charlotte and Indianapolis
Business Development Visit Briefing
Tuesday 23 March 2010
10:30am - 5:00pm (including networking lunch)
Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire
The race is on for NEW business in the USA –
so get on the grid! - click here
The USA remains the No.1 Motorsport market in the world – and there is no better time for you to grow your USA business. Maximise your impact in this pivotal market and develop your knowledge - with direct Q&A with the people who really know. This valuable workshop presents business opportunities in 3 Major US Business Centres; Charlotte, Indianapolis and California putting you directly in touch with the experts who will help you achieve your goals.
Come and learn how to earn your business some dollars!
Direct Conference Call with:
- Dr. Andrew L. Randolph, Engine Technical Director - Earnhardt Childress Racing
NASCAR fuel injection, engine developments, technology changes
- Stephen Eriksen, Technical Director - Honda Performance Development, Inc
Overview of technical changes and future opportunities in US motorsport series in which HPD are involved
- Scooter Brothers, Chief Operating Officer - COMP Performance Group and Incoming Chairman of the Board SEMA (Specialty Equipment Marketing Association)
- Brian Reese, Vice President of Product and Business Development - COMP Performance Group
Overview of motorsport and ‘tuning performance’ market
- Jim Ryan, President/Publisher - Ryan Communications Group, LLC / Dirt Sports Magazine
Business opportunities in off-road
- Mike Lewis, Don Schumacher Racing - Senior Vice President
NHRA new business opportunities in drag racing and international development in the Gulf
- Steve Hallam, Vice President and Director of Competition - Michael Waltrip Racing
After one year in NASCAR, after a career in F1, Steve can explain opportunities for new European suppliers
- Les MacTaggart, Senior Technical Director - Indy Racing League
Les is the lead person on all new technical developments at IndyCar
Preview to The Race Has Gone Green Conference at the Long Beach Grand Prix (16 April 2010) - click here
The latest conference updates will be announced including; speakers from the car makers, the automotive aftermarket, the aerospace and motorsports communities and details about VIP insider access to the pits and the practice, prior to the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.
Briefing for the Business Development Visit to Charlotte and Indianapolis (21-30 May 2010) - click here
The workshop will also include the briefing for the MIA’s 10th Annual Visit to Charlotte and Indianapolis, taking in the NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star Race and the legendary Indy 500 (21-30 May 2010).
If you are attending or interested to join this visit your attendance is essential to ensure you get the most out of your trip. Details of the final programme and travel arrangements will be confirmed. Additionally, news about hot prospects and VIPs attending the networking events will be announced.
"The business development trip gave us the opportunity to identify the areas of the US Motorsport market that we wanted to get involved with. We were then introduced to the decision makers in those areas and as a result have been able to open discussions regarding supply into the US."
Zoe Timbrell, Titan Motorsport & Automotive Engineering Ltd
"The BDV gave an insight into how the US Motorsport market works which is very different to how we operate in Europe. Included in the itinerary was a visit to a company we had been trying to do business with for many years. We feel that visiting with the MIA enhanced our credibility and this has in turn led to sales. We would certainly recommend this trip to anyone who was considering doing business in North America."
Sandra Cunliffe, Director, D C Electronics
- Free for those participating in the Conference or Business Development Visit Package
- Member - £25 + VAT
- Non- Member - £35 + VAT
For more information please contact Charlotte Austin
on +44 (0)2476 692 600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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*More speakers to be confirmed.
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