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Motor Max: Gearing up for the Big One.

Byline: Paul Malley

EXCITEMENT is building as the clock ticks down to the start of the biennial British International Motor Show.

The world's top motor manufacturers will be at the event which opens to the press at Birmingham NEC on Tuesday and to the public on Friday.

To mark the event, MotorMax is going motorshow crazy. We've previewed the show, which runs until November 3, and we're offering a fantastic prize of free tickets to the event in our special competition.

MotorMax will, of course, be there and we'll bring you a special report next week.

This week we feature our usual offering of news, reviews, advice, features and competitions.

Don't forget to keep your e-mails, letters and calls coming in.

See you next week.
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Date:Oct 20, 2002
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