Festival of Motoring Johannesburg
Welcome to the biggest motoring extravaganza in South Africa. Event goers can expect even more motorsport content, track time, self-drives and participating automotive manufacturers.
The Festival of Motoring is not your average motoring event. It’s the one event that brings the entire industry together and allows visitors to not only view or compare the latest models, but to jump in and experience the performance and handling of these vehicles on the track.
Festival of Motoring provides world class motoring and motorsport content to appeal to the many “petrolheads’ with the show having a strong family appeal.
The Show draws a large base of motoring enthusiasts with the provision of a substantial platform for the industry to showcase new models and the latest technical innovations.
Smell, feel, touch and experience all the leading manufactures with this unique and interactive event.
August 2021, Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit
Festival of Motoring Johannesburg postponed to 2021
Messe Frankfurt South Africa has made the decision to postpone the Festival of Motoring to August 2021. The Festival of Motoring presented by WesBank is the largest automotive show on the African continent and the only national industry supported event endorsed by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA).
“In light of the ongoing uncertainty around COVID-19 and its impact on the industry and the economy at large, we thought it in the best interest of all stakeholders that we postpone the event to 2021” says Joshua Low, Managing Director of Messe Frankfurt SA.Read more: Postponed to 2021
FoM is back AUG 2021!
2019 NAAMSA Automotive Conference in assocaition with Innovation Group and AutoTrader
Date: 22 August 2019
The 2019 NAAMSA Automotive Conference in association with Innovation Group and AutoTrader is a high impact, one-day engagement session that will attract the participation of high-level government leaders, social partners and private sector representatives.
It will bring together policy makers, captains of industry, organised labour, thought-leaders and influences in academia, civil society and other role players from across the automotive sector.