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Mercedes-Benz World, Brooklands

The stunning location for this inaugural event is Mercedes-Benz World, set within the historic Brooklands motor racing circuit and located just 30 minutes away from both Central London and Heathrow Airport. Access to the new interactive exhibition at Mercedes-Benz World, Driven: Icons and Innovations, will be free of charge for all attendees and AMG Passenger Rides will also be on offer.

Want to experience the excitement of a performance car being pushed to its limit but prefer someone else to do the driving? Then Passenger Rides are the answer.

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Join us for a carefully-scheduled programme of networking and content, from the cocktail reception on the evening prior to the event, through an intense day of discussions, presentations and meetings, with lunch and coffee/tea breaks and a concluding gala dinner. “It will provide the opportunity to assess strategy and think operations for an unusual and increasingly-significant market,” says Louis Yiakoumi, publisher of the Automotive Logistics group.

Getting Here

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Mercedes-Benz World is just a few minutes from Junction 10 of the M25. Follow the A3 towards London taking the first exit and turn left at the roundabout onto the A245 (signposted to Weybridge). Continue along the A245 for approximately 1.5 miles. At the second roundabout turn right onto Sopwith Drive.

Continue straight over two roundabouts, you have arrived at Mercedes-Benz World.

BY TRAIN

Mercedes-Benz World is located less than 1 mile from Weybridge train station. Weybridge station is easily accessible on the London Waterloo to Portsmouth and Staines to Webridge train lines.

By Bus

Mercedes-Benz World is easily accessible from the Arriva bus route 436 and 437 which serve Woking, Sheerwater, Byfleet and Weybridge Train Station.

Gala Dinner and Pre-Dinner Drinks Reception – Brooklands Museum


5.30-6.30pm
Pre-dinner drinks at The ERA Shed ‘Fastest on Earth’ Speed Record Exhibition

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The ERA Shed is the latest of all the Paddock workshops at Brooklands, having been completed in the late 1930s. Its occupants over the years have included the likes of LBB Motors, English Racing Automobiles (ERA) and the Brooklands Engineering Company. The ‘Fastest On Earth’ exhibition there highlights the countless speed records achieved at Brooklands and pays tribute to the Brooklands drivers, riders, mechanics and engineers who claimed new records across the world.


6.30-9.30pm
Gala dinner at Napier Room

The Automotive Logistics UK gala dinner will be held in the fabulously art deco Napier Room, in the Clubhouse at Brooklands.

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About Brooklands
Brooklands is the world’s first purpose-built motor racing circuit, being constructed at Weybridge, Surrey, in 1907. But it is more than just a great sporting arena. Brooklands is the birthplace of British motor sport and aviation as well as the home of Concorde, and has been the site of many engineering and technological achievements over its 100-plus history.

www.brooklandsmuseum.com