International Network Heads for Monaco Forum
Over 350 delegates from more than 25 countries have already signed up to the 2007 event, which once again takes place at Monaco’s Grimaldi Forum. Leading motor sport industry executives from as far afield as China, Australia, South Africa, Dubai and the US will be making the long trip to Europe just to attend the event.
Delegates include representatives from every major global racing series, such as the FIA Formula One World Championship, FIA World Rally Championship, FIA World Touring Car Championship, MotoGP, A1 Grand Prix and NASCAR.
Also in attendance will be leading figures major World Championship teams, such as Ferrari, BMW, WilliamsF1, Red Bull Racing, Honda Racing, Toyota F1, SpykerF1, Yamaha Motor Racing and Ford RS.
They will be joined by multi-million dollar sponsors, such as ING and RBS, major race circuits, such as Circuit de Catalunya and the Bahrain International Circuit, and top sponsorship agencies such as PRISM and Momentum.
The clamour for delegate passes follows the announcement of the Forum’s most high-profile Conference Programme yet. The 2007 event welcomes no fewer than nine Formula One team bosses on its conference schedule as well as top executives from some of the biggest sponsors in motor sport.
Speakers include FIA President Max Mosley, BMW motor sport director Mario Theissen, Honda Racing CEO Nick Fry, WilliamsF1 Head of Marketing Scott Garrett, Toyota Motor Sport President John Howett and RBS Ambassador Sir Jackie Stewart, to name a few.
To reserve your place go to www.motorsportbusinessforum.com/delegate_registration.php
The Forum takes place on 5-6 December 2007 at the Grimaldi Conference and Exhibition Centre in Monaco.
The Motor Sport Business Forum is also pleased to announce that pan-European broadcaster Eurosport will be sending a full camera crew to film this year’s event. The broadcaster will produce a highlights package after each day of the Forum, which will be televised across all 63 countries in the Eurosport network.
For further information please go to http://www.motorsportbusinessforum.com/