See stars of F1, Le Mans, WRC, Moto GP and touring cars battle for glory in unique head-to-head races using identical cars, as Race Of Champions returns to London at the Olympic Stadium.
The annual end-of-season competition returns to the capital for the first time since 2008. Having thrilled Bangkok, Beijing, Dusseldorf and Barbados, Race Of Champions is coming back to London, revving up to take the former Olympic Stadium at Stratford by storm.
Witness some of the closest, most enjoyable racing on the calendar. See four-time F1 champion Sebastian Vettel battle it out with rivals Daniel Ricciardo and Felipe Massa, Le Mans 24 Hours champions Nico Hülkenberg and Tom Kristensen, reigning FIA World Rallycross Champion Petter Solberg, MotoGP greats Mick Doohan and Jorge Lorenzo and FIA Formula E champion Nelson Piquet Jnr. ROC Champion of Champions David Coulthard returns to defend his crown while more top drivers are yet to be confirmed.
The evening of Friday 20 November will see drivers team up in national pairs to battle for the honour of their country in the ROC Nations Cup. From 7pm until 11pm, the stadium will light up the night sky with pyrotechnics, a party atmosphere and intense competitive action, including the ROC Skills Challenge, where drivers and celebrities take on a tight course and perform some outrageous manoeuvres.
On Saturday, from 2pm to 6.30pm, the drivers have no loyalties. Each championship winner will take to the track with one thing on their minds – to be the Champion of Champions. No team orders, just the driver and their car. The afternoon spectacle includes stunt driving, DJs and high octane thrills that will rock East London in this unique annual event.
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