It'll be England v Germany at Wembley this December in the Race of Champions
21 June 2007

It'll be England versus Germany at Wembley this December, when the Race of Champions comes to London's new stadium.Michael Schumacher has been confirmed as one of team Germany's drivers; the other is yet to be confirmed.Battling it out for England will be touring car star Andy Priaulx and F1's Jenson Button.Scotland's got the lantern-jawed David Coulthard and rally legend Colin McRae.No other teams have been confirmed as yet, but expect a star-studded line-up of rallying and road-racing legends.Wembley will be transformed into a special tarmac race track for the Race of Champions, and 80,000 people are expected to attend. Schumacher last competed in the Race in 2004, when he was beaten to second place by Heikki Kovalainen.“I enjoyed the atmosphere, both with the other drivers and in the stadium where the fans seemed to clearly enjoy themselves,” said Schumacher.Tickets are already on sale for the event, which takes place on 15-16 December. Visit www.raceofchampions.com for more information.We'll see you there, when hopefully we'll get to see England win over Germany for the first time at the new Wembley. Do you think it's too late to swap Jenson Button for Lewis Hamilton?

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