SHOW LIVE: Day One Off To A Great Start!

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With an incredibly wide range of workshops in German and English, and more than 230 exhibitors, Professional MotorSport World Expo opened its doors this morning for the first of three full days in Cologne (Wednesday 11 November through to Friday 13 November at 17:00 hrs). 

“We’ve opened our doors this year, for the tenth time in the history of PMW Expo, and it really is the busiest first day we’ve seen to date,” explained PMW founder and CEO, Tony Robinson. “From the moment we opened the doors there was a steady flow of people and by noon, our ‘litmus test’ time, it was still a really, really busy show. And it is one with all the right people too, all the people and exhibitors that visitors have got used to seeing at PMW Expo. It isn’t a show for the general public, it is a show for motorsport teams, professionals, motorsport engineers and technical people in particular. That is a ten year formula now, of successful Professional MotorSport World Expos.”

Today also marked the first day of a comprehensive workshop program (above). with papers and discussion on exhaust energy exploitation, as well as race circuit owners and operators workshops.

The program for the remainder of the show is as follows:

Thursday 12 November

Electric engines in racing – Race Engine Technology Chassis design and setup – Vehicle Design and Setup PMW Expo race circuit owners and operators workshops – Motorsport Circuit and Venue Operations

Friday 13 November

Data acquisition – Vehicle Design and Setup 3D printing / additive manufacturing – Vehicle Design and Setup Safety technology – building safe race and rally cars – Vehicle Design and Setup Race communication – Vehicle Design and Setup Simulation and Testing – Vehicle Design and Setup Lightweight materials and design – Vehicle Design and Setup

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John joined UKi Media & Events in 2012 and has worked across a range of B2B titles within the company's automotive portfolio. Prior to joining the company, John worked for leading automotive design website, Car Design News. Currently editor of Engine Technology International, Professional MotorSport World, Professional MotorSport Circuit, and Transmission Technology International, John co-ordinates the day-the-day operations of each magazine, from commissioning and writing to editing and signing-off, as well managing web and social media content. Aside from the magazines, John also serves as chairman of the annual Professional MotorSport World Awards.

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