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November 20th, 2012
Tom Kristensen and Andy Priaulx are the latest drivers to sign up for this year’s Race of Champions in Bangkok. Eight-time Le Mans winner Kristensen has an impressive track record at the RoC.
October 31st, 2012
Newly-crowned MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo will make his Race of Champions debut in this year’s Bangkok event. The Yamaha rider sealed his second title last weekend at Phillipp Island, finishing second to runaway victory Casey Stoner.
October 24th, 2012
David Coulthard will compete in this year’s Race of Champions in Bangkok, the event’s organisers announced on Wednesday.
October 11th, 2012
V8 Supercar champion Jamie Whincup will make his Race of Champions debut this year. Triple 8 Holden driver Whincup, 29, who is the favourite to land his fourth V8 crown this year, will compete in the individual event and the Nations’ Cup at the Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok
June 11th, 2012
World champion Sebastian Vettel has become the first Formula 1 driver to confirm his presence in this year’s Race of Champions. The event, which this year moves to Thailand, will take place on December 15-16 in Bangkok’s Rajamangala Stadium. Red Bull driver Vettel will be back in the end-of-year event.
March 9th, 2012
The European Formula 3 Championship has been revived for the coming season in a bid to increase interest in the single-seater category. AUTOSPORT magazine revealed last week that amid falling grid numbers in the category in recent years, a proposal to merge the British championship with the Euro Series to create a full European championship would be put in front of the FIA World Motorsport Council. While this scenario has been averted, the FIA International F3 Trophy, which began last year in a bid to join up the world’s most prestigious races in the class, has been scrapped.
November 24th, 2011
Reigning champion Filipe Albuquerque will defend his title in the Race of Champions this year, having been confirmed for the event.
November 16th, 2011
Japanese Formula 3 champion Yuhi Sekiguchi is a late addition to the Macau Grand Prix entry list, after being drafted in to replace the injured Michael Ho. Sekiguchi had not originally planned to take part in the end-of-season blue riband event, but was called up by the Mucke Motorsport squad when Ho injured his wrist while training in the gym. His entry to Macau means that the champions from all the major F3 categories are competing for glory at this weekend’s race
November 14th, 2011
Action sports star Brian Deegan will team up with Race of Champions regular Travis Pastrana in Team USA at this year’s RoC, which takes place in Dusseldrof on 3-4 December. Deegan is best known as a motocross and supercross rider, and has also moved into cars in recent years, winning gold in the X Games’ rally cross category this summer – his 13th career X Games medal. “I’ve heard a lot about the Race Of Champions from Travis down the years so I’m really looking forward to joining him next month,” said Deegan.
November 7th, 2011
Virgin’s Timo Glock has signed up to compete in this year’s Race of Champions, teaming up with Timo Scheider to form Team Germany 2. The duo will be the second home team for the Dusseldorf event, with Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel forming the first German squad.
November 1st, 2011
Vitaly Petrov will be the first Russian driver to compete in the Race of Champions, it was announced on Tuesday. Petrov joins other Formula 1 stars like Sebastian Vettel, Michael Schumacher and Jenson Button. The Renault driver is the first Eastern European to join the event that takes place in Dusseldorf on December 3-4
October 27th, 2011
Le Mans legend Tom Kristensen is the latest driver to sign up to compete in December’s Race of Champions in Dusseldorf. The 44-year-old Dane, who has won the Le Mans 24 Hours a record eight times, and secured five victories at the Sebring 12 Hours, will take part in the individual event as well as partnering Mattias Ekstrom in Team Scandinavia in the Nations’ Cup
August 22nd, 2011
Jenson Button has become the third Formula 1 world champion to sign up for this year’s Race of Champions, joining Sebastian Vettel and Michael Schumacher. 2009 F1 title winner Button last contested the RoC in his world championship season, when he reached the semi-finals and took Great Britain to the Nations Cup final in partnership with Andy Priaulx.
August 16th, 2011
MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo has confirmed his presence in Felipe Massa’s end-of-season karting event. The Spaniard is the first motorsport star to be confirmed for the Florianopolis race, which takes place on 3-4 December.
June 21st, 2011
This year’s Race of Champions will not take place in Frankfurt’s Commerzbank-Arena as previously announced, following a late clash of dates with the Bundesliga football season. The end-of-season event was originally scheduled for December 3-4 at the Commerzbank-Arena, but the late announcement by the Bundesliga has forced organisers to can those plans
May 25th, 2011
This year’s Race of Champions will be postponed by a week if the Indian Grand Prix is pushed back to 4 December to accommodate the return of Bahrain to the Formula 1 calendar. The Race of Champions is currently scheduled to take place on 3/4 December at Frankfurt’s Commerzbank-Arena. The event always attracts a number of Formula 1 drivers, with Sebastian Vettel and Michael Schumacher already committed, but event boss Fredrik Johnson confirmed to AUTOSPORT that a contingency plan is in place
April 14th, 2011
The Race of Champions will return to German soil in 2011, with organisers announcing on Thursday the event will be held in Frankfurt. The annual end-of-season competition, which brings together drivers from all kinds of categories, will take place on December 3-4 at Frankfurt’s Commerzbank-Arena. Last year the event was also held in Germany, in the ESPRIT arena in Dusseldorf
February 22nd, 2011
Double Macau Formula 3 Grand Prix winner Edoardo Mortara, Race of Champions winner Filipe Albuquerque and Swiss female racer Rahel Frey will join Audi’s DTM line-up this year. The new additions will all drive older-spec cars, and replace Markus Winkelhock, Katherine Legge and the already-dropped Alexandre Premat
November 28th, 2010
World Rally legend Sebastien Loeb believes he missed his only chance to try Formula 1 when 2009′s bid to contest an end-of-season grand prix failed to come to fruition. Attempts were made last year to get Loeb into a Toro Rosso seat for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after the Frenchman had impressed in what was originally an informal Red Bull F1 test the previous winter
November 26th, 2010
Alain Prost believes that Sebastian Vettel has the potential to equal his tally of four world championships as German will benefit from a ‘calmer’ approach now that he has clinched his first title.