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The RACE TECH World Motorsport Symposium has built a reputation as the most prestigious international event over the past 14 years. It is a forum organised for leading experts across motorsport engineering at all levels to get together under one roof and freely discuss issues specific to them as well as being a place where new ideas are aired.

Chaired every year by Audi Sport Engine Development Director Ulrich Baretzky and Formula 1 Aerodynamicist John Iley, the event has been dubbed the 'Davos of Motorsport' whilst the awards dinner has been described as the motorsport industry equivalent of the Nobel Prize.

The two days take place in the style of a motorsport cabinet meeting where everyone who attends has a voice. With fewer speakers, a panel of international senior motorsport executives and a forum that generates much more open debate, the proceedings are also governed by Chatham House rules, so that all attendees can speak freely.

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