|ROC Winner||Sebastian Vettel|
|ROC Finalist||Tom Kristensen|
|ROC Semi-Finalists||David Coulthard, Alex Buncombe|
|ROC Nations Cup Winners||England (Andy Priaulx/Jason Plato)|
|ROC Nations Cup Finalists||Germany (Sebastian Vettel/Nico Hulkenberg)|
The Race Of Champions headed to the iconic home of the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel put in a stunning performance to eclipse 19 fellow stars of motor sport and win the Race Of Champions for the first time on a thrilling afternoon of action at London’s former Olympic Stadium.
On a bitterly cold but sunny day at the iconic London venue, the best-of-three Grand Final boiled down to a battle between two of the world’s biggest motor sport legends. But in the end Vettel saw off nine-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner Tom Kristensen to become Champion of Champions for the first time.
Tin-top greats Andy Priaulx and Jason Plato have stormed to the 2015 ROC Nations Cup title for Team England 1 at London’s former Olympic Stadium. The duo defeated Team Germany’s Sebastian Vettel and Nico Hülkenberg by two heats to one in a thrilling final to wrap up a busy evening of action.
Last year’s winners Team Nordic (Tom Kristensen and Petter Solberg) and Team England 2 (Jenson Button and Alex Buncombe) made the semi-finals.
Earlier in the evening, a host of famous sportsmen and international stars took to the track for the inaugural ROC Celebrity Skills Challenge presented by TAG Heuer. The competition was won by Hoy as the quickest celebrity around a course specially designed to test a range of driving skills and tricks.