Weekly auto agenda: RetroMobile Paris

Retromobile begins in Paris on January 22, a collector car haven for those with enough money to bid and a fun day out for everybody else. The 102nd edition of the Chicago Auto Show opens in February, ahead of the start of the NASCAR season.









RetroMobile
January 22-31
Paris, France

RetroMobile is known as the "Pebble Beach of Europe" (a reference to the prestigious classic car auction), and is expected to welcome over 120,000 visitors to the 35th year of the show. Auction highlights include a 1925 Bugatti Type 22 Brescia Roadster that has recently surfaced after 70 years at the bottom of Lake Maggiore.
http://www.retromobile.fr

Chicago Auto Show
February 10 - 21
Chicago, Illinois, USA

The Chicago Auto Show spans 1.2 million square feet (more than 100 000 square meters) of space and displays over 1000 vehicles. With more space than is available at other events, manufacturers stage large exhibits here, such as test tracks and even rock concerts. This year will be the 102nd edition, making it the oldest show in the world.
http://www.chicagoautoshow.com

Nascar Sprint Cup
February 14
Daytona Beach, Florida

The first race of America's most popular spectator sport kicks off in Florida, with the biggest, richest and most prestigious race - the Daytona 500. Forty-three drivers will compete for the Sprint Cup.
http://www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com

Geneva Motor Show
March 2
Geneva, Switzerland

The 80th edition of the Geneva Motor Show covers seven halls and 80,000 square meters. Ranked among the most important exhibitions for international manufacturers, almost everyone has something to say - there are 60 press conferences planned on the first day alone.
http://www.salon-auto.ch

Bahrain Formula One
March 14
Bahrain

The first Grand Prix race of the season begins in Bahrain, with the return of a racing legend to the fray - seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher. Can he beat the record lap time for the Bahrain circuit, set by himself in 2004?
http://www.formula1.com/

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