ADAC Prepared for 2010 Essen Motor Show

ADAC (Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club), Germany and Europe's largest automotive club recently announced that it is ready for this year’s edition of the Essen Motor Show. The organization will display multiple motorsport beasts belonging to its car, motorbike and kart series. This means that all the attenders will be pleased. Who knows, maybe some of them will even discover a new passion.

The ADAC booth will offer visitors a personal experience with the winning vehicles from the ADAC GT Masters and the ADAC Formel Masters and also with the quickest two-wheel creations from the ADAC MX Masters and the ADAC Junior Cup.

The winning cars from the ADAC GT Masters and the ADAC Formel Masters, the fastest bikes from the ADAC MX Masters and the ADAC Junior Cup will be on show. The drivers of the series will also be in Essen as the award ceremonies for this year's winners are being held here,” stated the press release.

Hermann Tomczyk, the ADAC Sport President supports the show’s philosophy. In addition to that, the executive has confirmed that ADAC will also be present at bext year’s edition of the show.

"I am especially pleased that the ESSEN MOTOR SHOW is going back more to its roots and I can only welcome this development. As a competent and leading representative of stakeholders in all matters relating to mobility, the ADAC has gladly been a partner in time-tested fashion of the ESSEN MOTOR SHOW for over 20 years.“ And the ADAC will again be at the ESSEN MOTOR SHOW 2011,” Tomczyk said.
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