Halo to stage 2016 Race Of Champions at the Olympic Stadium
Halo has announced that it is to host its first-ever Race Of Champions at the Olympic Stadium as part of a four-day event schedule from Friday April 8th – Sunday 10th 2016. The event will be broadcast live across 100 countries worldwide, including on Sky Sports in the UK.
The Race Of Champions is back – and it’s coming to an Olympic Stadium near you! This year’s event will see the world’s fastest drivers representing their countries once again in a bid to win individual honours, with one driver crowned World Champion at the end of an action-packed weekend.
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France is shaping up to play host to a spectacular motor racing event over the weekend of November 18-19 – the Race Of Champions, featuring many of the world’s top drivers taking part in three races – Nations Cup, Creation vs Innovation and an individual Race against Time.
A whole new world of motor-sport entertainment is coming to London and you are invited to be part of it. The car and bike stars you know and love will ride into London’s Olympic Stadium on 19 November for the ROC Nations Cup, where national champions go head-to-head in racing cars, motorbikes and karts – all in front of a 75,000 strong crowd at London’s iconic venue.
With the excitement of Formula One racing in Singapore, it was only fitting that Team Singapore was represented in the Race Of Champions (ROC) by JT Tan and BRM Choo. Although they are not professional race car drivers, they put up a fight against world champions such as Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Hulkenberg.
An awesome day out with motor-sport entertainment just for you. The car and bike stars you know and love will ride into London’s Olympic Stadium on 19 November for the ROC Nations Cup, where national champions go head-to-head in racing cars, motorbikes and karts – all in front of a 75,000 strong crowd at London’s iconic venue.
The Race Of Champions is returning to the Olympic Stadium London on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st January 2020.
This is the only time when you can see the world’s greatest drivers go head to head in identical single-seater racing cars, including Formula 1 cars, around a specially designed track with jumps, bends and twists!
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