- This week's Race Of Champions will be broadcast all over the world from London's former Olympic Stadium on Friday and Saturday
- Major European networks showing ROC 2015 live include Sky Sports in the UK, ZDF in Germany and Eurosport throughout the rest of Europe
- Other live broadcasters include Fox throughout Latin America including Brazil, Fox Australia, LeTV (China), Sony (Indian subcontinent), BEInSport (Middle East) and Super Sport (Africa)
- US viewers can watch the Motor Trend live stream, followed by highlights on CBS – while viewers in countries either without live or complementary coverage can watch the stream on www.raceofchampions.com
- The line-up features six current Formula 1 drivers including Sebastian Vettel and Jenson Button plus greats from Le Mans, IndyCar and Touring Cars
- Tickets are still available from www.raceofchampions.com for the action on Friday and Saturday in London’s former Olympic Stadium but get in quick!
The 2015 Race Of Champions is coming to London on Friday and Saturday – and television coverage will be available via a range of outlets all over the world, so no one should miss out on any of the action from London’s former Olympic Stadium.
Live coverage of ROC 2015 will be broadcast on networks including...
- Eurosport 1 (throughout Europe with the exception of the UK and Germany, where they will broadcast the event with a 24-hour delay)
- Sky Sports (UK)
- ZDF Digital (Germany)
- Motor Trend live stream (USA)
- Fox (Latin America)
- Fox Australia
- LeTV (China)
- Guangzhou TV (China)
- Sony Entertainment Network (India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh)
- BEInSport (Middle East and North Africa)
- Super Sport (Africa)
- Astro Malaysia
- YLE Finland
The ROC Nations Cup will take place on Friday 20 November (19.30-22.30 UK time) with the Race Of Champions on Saturday 21 November (15.00-18.00 UK time). Please check local listings for exact details of broadcast timings.
Numerous channels will also show highlights of ROC 2015 including CBS Sports in the USA (the following weekend), Channel 4 in the UK and ZDF's main channel on Saturday evening in Germany.
Territories which do not have a live broadcaster – plus the UK and Africa – will have access to a web streaming service from www.raceofchampions.com. Viewers in Latin America can also see a live stream on the Fox Latin America website while viewers in the USA can watch the Motor Trend live stream.
ROC President Fredrik Johnsson said: "This is the first time we have achieved live pan-regional coverage on three continents for ROC and we look forward to a first class TV production. We have appointed Lagardère Sports as our host broadcaster media rights distributor in key markets and look forward to expanding this event together."
Viewers in all countries should follow www.raceofchampions.com for a live results service of all the races at ROC 2015.
The Race Of Champions is an annual end-of-season contest which has been running for over 25 years. It brings together some of the world's greatest drivers from motor sport's major disciplines – including Formula 1, Le Mans, Rallycross, Touring Cars and IndyCar – and sets them free to battle head-to-head in identical machinery.
The event is run over two days: first comes the ROC Nations Cup (on the evening of Friday November 20) when drivers pair up in teams based on nationality to bid for the title of 'World’s Fastest Nation'. Then on the afternoon of Saturday November 21 it's time for the Race Of Champions itself, when teamwork goes out of the window and it’s a flat-out battle for individual glory as 'Champion of Champions'.
Tickets for ROC 2015 in London are still available via www.raceofchampions.com. For access to rights-free high-resolution imagery and to keep up with all the latest news ahead of this year's event please visit www.raceofchampions.com, Race Of Champions on Facebook plus @raceofchampions and #ROCLondon on Twitter.
Driver line-up for the 2015 Race Of Champions:
- Sebastian VETTEL, four-time Formula 1 World Champion (Team Germany)
- Nico HÜLKENBERG, 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours winner (Team Germany)
- Tom KRISTENSEN, nine-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner (Team Nordic)
- Petter SOLBERG, reigning FIA World Rallycross Champion (Team Nordic)
- Daniel RICCIARDO, three-time Formula 1 grand prix winner (Team Australia)
- Mick DOOHAN, five-time 500cc MotoGP World Champion (Team Australia)
- Felipe MASSA, 11-time Formula 1 grand prix winner (Team Brazil)
- Nelson PIQUET Jr, reigning FIA Formula E Champion (Team Brazil)
- David COULTHARD, reigning ROC Champion of Champions (Team Scotland)
- Susie WOLFF, Williams Martini Racing Official Test Driver (Team Scotland)
- Jorge LORENZO, triple MotoGP World Champion (Team All Stars)
- Romain GROSJEAN, 2012 ROC Champion of Champions (Team All Stars)
- Jolyon PALMER, 2014 GP2 Champion (Team Young Stars)
- Pascal WEHRLEIN, 2015 DTM Champion (Team Young Stars)
- Ryan HUNTER-REAY, 2014 Indianapolis 500 Winner (Team Americas)
- José Maria LÓPEZ, double World Touring Car Champion (Team Americas)
- Jason PLATO, double British Touring Car Champion (Team England 1)
- Andy PRIAULX, triple World Touring Car Champion (Team England 1)
- Alex BUNCOMBE, 2015 Blancpain Endurance Series Champion (Team England 2)
- Jenson BUTTON, 2009 Formula 1 World Champion (Team England 2)
Full line-up for the ROC Celebrity Skills Challenge presented by TAG Heuer:
- Chris HOY, six-time Olympic gold medallist in cycling
- Ben AINSLIE, four-time Olympic gold medallist in sailing
- Mike TINDALL, 2003 Rugby World Cup winner for England
- Ella EYRE, MOBO award-winning singer/songwriter
- Joey ESSEX, British television personality
- Jon-Allan BUTTERWORTH, multiple medal-winning Paralympic cyclist
- Joko WINTERSCHEIDT, German television personality
- Katarina JOHNSON-THOMPSON, Olympic heptathlete for Team GB
- Denise LEWIS, Olympic gold medallist in heptathlon
- Greg RUTHERFORD, Olympic gold medallist in long jump