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The Race Of Champions will
be held in America for the first time next year as the stadium-based,
all-star head-to-head motorsport extravaganza will take place in Miami
on January 21-22.
The unique event, which first ran in 1988,
was most-recently held in London’s Olympic Park, having moved around
from Barbados, Thailand, Germany, China and France.
The 2017 edition will take place at Miami’s Marlins Park baseball stadium, which was built in 2012 and can seat 37,000 fans.
Drivers from Formula 1, NASCAR, IndyCar, Le Mans and WEC, MotoGP, WRC
and the X Games will go head-to-head in identical machinery on a
racetrack built inside the stadium.
Defending champion Vettel signs up again
Four-time F1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel took his first Champion of Champions title in London last year, and the Ferrari star will return to defend his crown in Miami.
Vettel said: “I’m very happy to have finally won the individual Race
Of Champions title last year in London’s Olympic Stadium and I look
forward to defending my title at ROC in Miami.
“All the drivers are strong, and the top US drivers from NASCAR and
IndyCar will certainly be extra motivated to win in front of their home
fans now that the event is being held in their country for the first
“This will also be the first time ROC has been held in a baseball
stadium so I’m curious to discover the new track layout. But as always
it’s the same track and identical cars for everyone so only driver skill
makes the difference.
"The racing at ROC is always very intense and the head-to-head duels
often decided by fractions of a second, so it’s just one strategy; flat
out from start to finish!
“The Race Of Champions reminds us a lot about why we all first
started racing; it’s about pure competition. The competition is very
intense on the track and everyone wants to win, but it’s also about
putting on a great show for the fans.
"I think all the drivers who have had the honour to participate in
ROC fell in love with the event. It’s a privilege to be invited and to
be able to come back.”
The Race Of Champions is run over two days: first comes the Race Of
Champions itself (on Saturday January 21) with a flat-out battle for
Then on Sunday January 22 it’s the ROC Nations Cup, when drivers pair
up in teams based on nationality to bid for the title of ‘World’s
ROC President Fredrik Johnsson said: “We are thrilled to be bringing the Race Of Champions to the United States at last.
"Miami’s Marlins Park is a wonderful venue and it’s our first time
inside a baseball stadium. Rest assured we will put together a truly
memorable event for fans of fast cars and even faster drivers.
“American race fans are passionate about their sport and I’m sure they will enjoy the great competition and shows we put on.
"We look forward to welcoming a packed crowd to enjoy the sight of
some of the world’s best drivers battling it out. If you like non-stop
action, noise and excitement, the Race Of Champions is the perfect event
Hey hey RSVP to this event to get the presale password on Thursday at 10am so you can get tickets to our fall headline tour before they go on sale Friday!
Remember to check back every Tuesday to see what shows we've added
Fall Headline Tour w/ Bad Suns & SomeKindaWonderful
10/14 XXXXXXXXXX, XX @ XXXX XXXX 10/15 XXXXXXXX, XX @ XXX'X XXXXXX 10/16 XXXXXXXXX, XX @ XXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX 10/17 Orlando, FL @ Beacham Theater (Tickets) 10/19 XX XXXXXXXXXX, XX @ XXXXXXXXXX 10/21 XXXXXXX, XX @ XXXXXXXXXX 10/22 New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues (Tickets) 10/24 Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom (Tickets) 10/25 XXXXXX, XX @ XXXXX XX XXXXX 10/26 XXXXXX, XX @ XXX XXXXXXX 10/28 XXXXXXXXXXX, XX @ XXXXXXXX XXXXXXX 10/29 Tucson, AZ @ The Rock (Tickets) 10/30 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues (Tickets) 10/31 Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues (Tickets) 11/1 Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre (Tickets) 11/2 XXX XXXXXXXXX, XX @ XXX XXXXXXXX 11/4 Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre (Tickets) 11/5 Vancouver, BC @ The Rio Theatre (Tickets) 11/6 XXXXXXX, XX @ XXXXXXX XXXXXXX 11/7 Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory Concert House (Tickets) 11/8 XXXX XXXX XXXX, XX @ XXXXXX XXXXXXX 11/9 Englewood, CO @ Gothic Theatre (Tickets) 11/11 XXXXXXXX, XX @ XXXXXXX XXXXXXX 11/12 XX XXXXX, XX @ XXX XXXXXXX 11/13 Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater (Tickets) 11/14 XXXXXXXXX, XX @ XXX XXXX / XXXXXX XXXX 11/15 XXXXXXXXXXXX, XX @ XXXXXX XX XXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXX 11/16 XXXXXXX, XX @ XXXXX XX XXXXX 11/18 XXXXXXXXXX, XX @ XXXXXX'X 11/19 Louisville, KY @ Mercury Ballroom (Tickets) 11/20 Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues (Tickets) 11/21 Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall (Tickets) 11/22 XXXXXXX, XX @ XX. XXXXXX'X XXXX 11/23 XXXXXXX, XX @ XXX XXXXX XXXXX 11/25 New York, NY @ Irving Plaza 11/26 Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club (Tickets) 11/28 XXXXXXX, XX @ XXXX XXXXXXXX 11/29 XXXXXXXXXXXX, XX @ XXXXXXX XX XXXXXX XXXX 11/30 Hartford, CT @ Webster Theater (Tickets)
*presale not available in Tulsa, Tucson, Boise, Boston