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The Race Of Champions – the annual end-of-season competition that sees stars of F1, Le Mans, WRC, MotoGP and touring cars battle for glory in unique head-to-head races using identical cars – is returning to London for the first time since 2008. Over the 20-21 November, this motorsport spectacle will be thrilling crowds at the former Olympic Stadium in Stratford, London, bringing its special blend of high octane races, stunt shows, DJs and celebrities to the capital.
On the Friday evening, drivers will pair up in national teams to see which country has the fastest racers in the ROC Nations Cup, then on Saturday it’s every driver for themselves as the Champion of Champions is crowned. Between races there's non-stop entertainment to keep the crowds gripped with stunt shows, music and more. If you like action, noise and adrenaline-fuelled excitement, the Race Of Champions is the event for you.
Drivers confirmed so far include:
- Sebastian Vettel: four-time Formula 1 World Champion
- Jenson Button: 2009 Formula 1 World Champion
- Tom Kristensen: nine-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner
- Petter Soldberg: World Rallycross Champion 2014, World Rally Champion 2003
- David Coulthard reigning ROC Champion of Champions
- Mick Doohan: five-time 500cc MotoGP World Champion
- Daniel Ricciardo: three-time Formula 1 grand prix winner
- Susie Wolff: Williams Martini Racing Official Test Driver
- Jorge Lorenzo: double MotoGP World Champion
- Nico Hulkenberg: F1 star and 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours winner
- Nelson Piquet Jr: reigning FIA Formula E Champion
- Felipe Massa: 11-time Formula 1 grand prix winner
- Jason Plato: the most successful racer in British Touring Car Championship history
- Romain Grosjean: 2012 ROC Champion of Champions
- Jolyon Palmer: 2014 GP2 Champion
- Pascal Wehrlein: 2015 DTM Champion
- Ryan Hunter-Reay: 2014 Indianapolis 500 Winner
Please note that drivers and acts are subject to change without notice.