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Program og resultater Race of Champions 2023

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Program og informasjon fra Race of Champions som arrangeres i Pite Havbad i Sverige 28. og 29. januar 2023.

Publisert 28. januar 2023 i Motorsport

Race of Champions 2023


28.-29. januar


Pite Havsbad – Sverige


Sendes på NRK1 fra klokken 16.30 på lørdag og på NRK2 fra klokken 12.00 på søndag. Lenke til sending i NRK TV.

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Om Race of Champions

The Race of Champions (ROC) is an international motorsport event held at the end/start of each year, featuring some of the world’s best racing and rally drivers. It is the only competition in the world where stars from Formula One, World Rally Championship, IndyCar, NASCAR, sportscars and touring cars compete against each other, going head-to-head in identical cars.

The race was first organised in 1988 by former rally driver Michèle Mouton and Fredrik Johnsson, IMP (International Media Productions) President. Originally the event was a competition between the world’s best rally drivers but has since expanded to include top competitors from most of the world’s premier motorsport disciplines, including motorcycle racing.

The top individual overall in The Race Of Champions is given the title «Champion of Champions», and receives the Henri Toivonen Memorial trophy. The ROC Nations’ Cup was added in 1999 and now features teams of two drivers who compete for their country.

The event has taken place in several venues, including 12 years on Gran Canaria from 1992 to 2003.

From 2004 to 2019, the event was held in major sporting stadiums, including the Stade de France in Paris, Wembley Stadium in London, the Beijing National Stadium, Düsseldorf’s ESPRIT arena, the Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok, Olympic Stadium, the Marlins Park in Miami, the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, and the Foro Sol in Mexico City.

However in 2014, the event was held at the Bushy Park circuit in Barbados, and the 2022 edition was held on a frozen Baltic Sea in northern Sweden.

The Race Of Champions is a knockout competition where the world’s greatest drivers battle to prove they’re the fastest on Earth. Through a series of head-to-head races in identical cars, the stars fight it out to prove they have what it takes to be crowned ‘Champion of Champions’.

The event starts with a group stage to ensure fans get to see plenty of action from every driver. The racers face up to each of the other drivers in their group, with cars swapped round between heats so they all have to prove themselves in a variety of machinery. The most successful drivers move on to the quarter-finals.

From there it’s back to a head-to-head, no second chances, knockout competition to get to the semi-finals and then the Grand Final. Just as with all the world’s great cup competitions, the tension builds all the way through to this best-of-three shootout where there can be only one ‘Champion of Champions’.


Tidligere vinnere

Year Location Race of Champions Nations’ Cup winners Other trophies
Winner Runner-up Nation Drivers
2022 Sweden Piteå France Sébastien Loeb Germany Sebastian Vettel  Norway Petter Solberg
Oliver Solberg
Netherlands Jarno Opmeer
Sweden Pontus Fredricsson
(Porsche ROC Snow + Ice Challenge)
Norway Aksel Lund Svindal
(ROC Celebrity Challenge)
2021 No race held
2020 Online (virtual) Sweden Timmy Hansen Mexico Rubén García Jr. United KingdomFrance All-Stars James Baldwin
Romain Grosjean
United Kingdom James Baldwin
2019 Mexico Mexico City Mexico Benito Guerra France Loïc Duval SwedenDenmark Nordic Johan Kristoffersson
Tom Kristensen
United Kingdom James Baldwin
Germany Sebastian Vettel
(ROC Skills Challenge)
Mexico Rubén Garcia Jr
(ROC Mexico Race 1)
Mexico Abraham Calderón
(ROC Mexico Race 2)
United States Robby Gordon
(Super Stadium Trucks Race 1)
Australia Matthew Brabham
(Super Stadium Trucks Race 2)
2018 Saudi Arabia Riyadh United Kingdom David Coulthard Norway Petter Solberg  Germany Timo Bernhard
René Rast
Sweden Johan Kristoffersson
(ROC Skills Challenge)
Italy Enzo Bonito
2017 United States Miami Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya Denmark Tom Kristensen  Germany Sebastian Vettel
Pascal Wehrlein
Norway Petter Solberg
(ROC Skills Challenge)
2016 No race held (event was changed from late to early year)
2015 United Kingdom London Germany Sebastian Vettel Denmark Tom Kristensen England England 1 Jason Plato
Andy Priaulx
United Kingdom Chris Hoy
(ROC Celebrity Skills Challenge)
2014 Barbados Bushy Park United Kingdom David Coulthard Germany Pascal Wehrlein DenmarkNorway Nordic Tom Kristensen
Petter Solberg
Barbados Barbados
(ROC Caribbean)
France Esteban Ocon
(ROC Skills Challenge)
2013 Thailand Bangkok Cancelled due to Thai political crisis
2012 Thailand Bangkok France Romain Grosjean Denmark Tom Kristensen  Germany Michael Schumacher
Sebastian Vettel
(ROC Asia)
Thailand Nattavude Charoensukawattana
(ROC Thailand)
2011 Germany Düsseldorf France Sébastien Ogier Denmark Tom Kristensen  Germany Michael Schumacher
Sebastian Vettel
Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen
(ROC Legends)
2010 Germany Düsseldorf Portugal Filipe Albuquerque France Sébastien Loeb  Germany Michael Schumacher
Sebastian Vettel
Not held
2009 China Beijing Sweden Mattias Ekström Germany Michael Schumacher  Germany Michael Schumacher
Sebastian Vettel
China Dong He Bin
(ROC China)
United Kingdom Andy Priaulx
(ROC Legends)
2008 United Kingdom London France Sébastien Loeb United Kingdom David Coulthard  Germany Michael Schumacher
Sebastian Vettel
Not held
2007 United Kingdom London Sweden Mattias Ekström Germany Michael Schumacher  Germany Michael Schumacher
Sebastian Vettel
2006 France Saint-Denis Sweden Mattias Ekström France Sébastien Loeb  Finland Heikki Kovalainen
Marcus Grönholm
2005 France Saint-Denis France Sébastien Loeb Denmark Tom Kristensen DenmarkSweden Scandinavia Tom Kristensen
Mattias Ekström
2004 France Saint-Denis Finland Heikki Kovalainen France Sébastien Loeb  France Jean Alesi
Sébastien Loeb
2003 Spain Gran Canaria France Sébastien Loeb Finland Marcus Grönholm SpainBrazilFrance All-Stars Fonsi Nieto
Cristiano da Matta
Gilles Panizzi
Belgium François Duval
(Junior Rally Masters)
2002 Spain Gran Canaria Finland Marcus Grönholm France Sébastien Loeb  United States Jimmie Johnson
Jeff Gordon
Colin Edwards
Belgium François Duval
(Junior Rally Masters)
2001 Spain Gran Canaria Finland Harri Rovanperä Germany Armin Schwarz  Spain Jesús Puras
Rubén Xaus
Fernando Alonso
Belgium François Duval
(Junior Rally Masters)
Sweden Stig Blomqvist
(ROC Legends)
2000 Spain Gran Canaria Finland Tommi Mäkinen Finland Marcus Grönholm  France Regis Laconi
Yvan Muller
Gilles Panizzi
Germany Armin Schwarz
(Rally Masters)
Sweden Stig Blomqvist
(ROC Legends)
1999 Spain Gran Canaria France Didier Auriol Finland Tommi Mäkinen  Finland Tommi Mäkinen
JJ Lehto
Kari Tiainen
Germany Armin Schwarz
(Rally Masters)
Sweden Stig Blomqvist
(ROC Legends)
1998 Spain Gran Canaria United Kingdom Colin McRae United Kingdom Alister McRae Not held United Kingdom Alister McRae
(Rally Masters)
Italy Miki Biasion
(Classic Masters)
1997 Spain Gran Canaria Spain Carlos Sainz United Kingdom Colin McRae Finland Jarmo Kytölehto
(Rally Masters)
Germany Walter Röhrl
(Classic Masters)
1996 Spain Gran Canaria France Didier Auriol France François Delecour Spain Flavio Alonso
(Rally Masters)
1995 Spain Gran Canaria France François Delecour United Kingdom Colin McRae Italy Andrea Aghini
(Rally Masters)
Belgium Marc Duez
(Classic Masters)
1994 Spain Gran Canaria France Didier Auriol Sweden Stig Blomqvist Finland Timo Salonen
(Rally Masters)
France Jean-Louis Schlesser
(Classic Masters)
1993 Spain Gran Canaria France Didier Auriol Spain Carlos Sainz Sweden Stig Blomqvist
(Rally Masters)
1992 Spain Gran Canaria Italy Andrea Aghini United Kingdom Colin McRae Spain Flavio Alonso
(Rally Masters)
1991 Spain Madrid Finland Juha Kankkunen France Didier Auriol Spain Josep Maria Bardolet
(Rally Masters)
1990 Spain Barcelona Sweden Stig Blomqvist Finland Tommi Mäkinen Sweden Kenneth Eriksson
(Rally Masters)
1989 Germany Nürburgring Sweden Stig Blomqvist Germany Walter Röhrl Not held

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