Weekly auto agenda: Indonesian Motor Show

New models are expected to make a debut in Indonesia next week, with the opening of the Indonesian International Motor Show. Although the show has made an effort to go eco-friendly this year (the 2010 logo is a leaf) and small cars such as the Chevrolet Spark and Ford Fiesta are expected to make a splash, speed lovers won't be disappointed, as supercars will be lining up to attempt a "drift battle" on the racetrack.

Indonesian International Motor Show
July 23 - August 1
Jakarta, Indonesia

Indonesia's booming car industry turns its focus to eco-friendly motoring for this, the 18th iteration of the Indonesian International Motor Show. The show features a Drift Battle (oversteering around a track), several car competitions, a Miss Motorshow competition and a "BMX jam."
http://www.indonesianmotorshow.com

Rally Finland
July 29 - 31
Jyvaskyla, Finland

Neste Oil Rally Finland (formerly 1000 Lakes) is the biggest annually organized public event in the Nordic countries and draws crowds of over 500,000 people every year. The course is one of the fastest on the WRC circuit and the prize has almost always gone to a Scandanavian team in the past. This year marks the race's 60th anniversary.
http://www.nesteoilrallyfinland.fi

Monterey Auto Week
August 11 - 15
Monterey, California, USA

The Monterey Auto Week is one of the key collectors' events in the automotive calendar, drawing classic car fans from all over the world to a dazzling auction and various public and private events at locations across the county.
http://www.seemonterey.com/concours

Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
August 15
Monterey, California, USA

The climax of Monterey Auto Week, the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance is one of the biggest events in the classic car calendar. Dating from 1950, it includes 175 vehicles displayed on the legendary 18th fairway of the Pebble Beach golf course.
http://www.pebblebeachconcours.net/

Moscow Auto Salon
August 27 - September 5
Moscow, Russia

Organized by the Russian car industry and sanctioned by the OICA, the third edition of the Moscow Auto Salon is expected to host several high-profile debuts from Russian and international manufacturers. Over 80 brands will be in attendance, with more than 600 cars on display.
http://eng.mas-expo.ru/mas/

Nitra Motor Show
September 8 - 13
Nitra, Slovakia

Over 150 exhibitors are expected at the OICA-sanctioned Nitra Motor Show, now in its 19th year. Personal cars, parts and accessories are expected to be on display, along with concept cars from the major manufacturers and test drive opportunities for the general public.
http://www.agrokomplex.sk

 

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