The annual Race of Champions (ROC) returns to Germany this weekend (27-28 November) for the first time in 21 years, and there are several exciting new additions to the event – both in terms of cars and drivers.
The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is the most popular race car ever. To date, over 2,000 vehicles have been delivered to customers around the world and compete in both national championships and the F1-supporting Mobil1 Supercup. And now, the 444 bhp GT racer from Weissach joins the official competition cars at the annual Race of Champions, where many of the world’s most talented and famous racing celebrities from diverse disciplines come together to fight for the Nations Cup and individual Race of Champions title.
The ex-Ferrari F1 driver experimented with the feel and response of Citroen’s C4 WRC.
Kimi pockets £17m from Ferrari AND gets to drive in the WRC. Lucky?
“Loeb messes around in his WRC Citroen C4 prior to this weekend’s Rally Argentina – it hardly looks like ‘work’ does it?” – LeIrA