Motorsport Going Global: The Challenges Facing the World's Motorsport Industry

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Overview

‘Racing is truly a global enterprise, and it's expanding every year. There is no one more qualified than Chris Aylett to discuss the business of motorsport on a global scale. The racing industry is an extraordinarily dynamic worldwide market. This book does an excellent job in capturing its scope and robust vitality.’ – Steve Lewis, Owner/Publisher of ‘Performance Racing Industry’ magazine and the PRI Show, the largest racing industry trade event in the world

‘This excellent, readable book looks at the motorsport industry in a new light: that of a business that is on the verge of becoming global in its activities and with some of the aspects of globalisation already in place. It is clear that the motorsport industry is facing opportunities that are unique in scope and scale but will it take them? The authors present intriguing answers to this question. This book is a must read for those concerned about motorsport's traditional clusters, as they need to be forewarned of the challenges and ready with solutions.’ – Professor D. G. Rhys CBE, Director, Centre for Automotive Industry Research, Cardiff University Business School and Member of the UK's Motor Racing Development Board

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781403942890
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 10/2/2007
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 6.45 (w) x 9.51 (h) x 0.69 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. NICK HENRY is a Principal Consultant for GHK Consulting Ltd and a founding member of Motorsport Research Associates. Trained as an economic geographer, and a published academic for 20 years, he has directed and authored the major international publications and studies of the motorsport industry, including those on the UK's Motorsport Valley cluster. He acted as research adviser to the UK DTI Motorsport Competitiveness Panel and currently undertakes research and evaluation within the fields of public policy, international regional economic development and economic and urban geography.

Dr. TIM ANGUS is a founding member of Motorsport Research Associates and a freelance consultant. Following doctoral study on the Italian motorsport industry, he has undertaken a decade of research and consultancy projects concerned with the international motorsport industry. He combines comprehensive knowledge of the twists and turbans of the global motorsport industry with social science training.

MARK JENKINS is Professor of Business Strategy and Director of Graduate Programmes at Cranfield School of Management. Prior to joining Cranfield he held positions at Nottingham University Business School, Massey Ferguson Ltd and the Lex Service Group. He is the author of a number of books on strategic management issues, has published numerous jourbanal articles and is on the editorial boards of British Jourbanal of Management, Long Range Planning, Organization Studies and the Jourbanal of Management Studies. He is chairman of the European Case Clearing House (ECCH) and a member of the RAE 2008 Panel for Business and Management. He is currently researching the role of knowledge and innovation in Formula 1 motorsport.

CHRIS AYLETT is Chief Executive of the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA), the world-leading motorsport industry global network with offices in the UK, USA, China and South Korea. The MIA has nearly 350 companies in membership, which transact over $5 billion of global business. Worldwide membership includes F1 and World Rally teams, major promoters, leading manufacturers, circuit operators, and service providers. F1 Business magazine rates him amongst the "most influential in world motorsport". Chris was a successful sportscar driver, team owner and series promoter and created his own multi-million pound sporting goods distribution group. He regularly leads motorsport business groups to major exhibitions and organises B2B motorsport conferences throughout the world. For further information please visit the MIA website www.the-mia.com

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Table of Contents

The Global Motorsport Industry
• Frontrunners on the Global Grid
• The Rise of the UK's Motorsport
• Valley Jostling for Pole Position
• New Kids on the Grid
• A-Z of Pre-Qualifiers
• UK Motorsport Valley: Maintaining Competiveness Advantage

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