Get a taste of the action on offer at Wembley next week
6 December 2007

If you're mulling over a trip to the Race of Champions on December 16, this bit of video may just convince you. It's only short, and we apologise in advance for the awful soundtrack, but it does convey the kind of action and entertainment you can expect at Wembley next week.

The driver line-up for this year's event is as follows: Michael Schumacher, Jenson Button, Andy Priaulx, David Coulthard, Sébastien Bourdais, Tom Kristensen, Mattias Ekström, Jimmie Johnson, Travis Pastrana, Marcus Grönholm, Heikki Kovalainen, Sebastian Vettel, Alister McRae, Yvan Muller, Petter Solberg and Henning Solberg. They will be racing head-to-head in Ford Focus WRC cars, Aston Martin V8 Vantage N24 tarmac rally cars, Fiat Punto Abarth S2000 tarmac rally cars, Vauxhall Astra-based Solution F circuit endurance race cars, and in the Race of Champions organisation's own rallycross buggies.

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