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2012 Race of Champions with Vettel and Schumacher

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  • #132347
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    Keith Collantine
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    This year’s Race of Champions takes place in Bangkok and will pit F1 talent like Sebastian Vettel, Michael Schumacher and Narain Karthikeyan against other international racing talent including Ryan Hunter-Reay, Jorge Lorenzo, David Coulthard and Karun Chandhok.

    If there’s sufficient interest in this year’s event I’d be happy to set up an F1 Fanatic Live for it. It’s on the weekend of the 15th/16th December.

    #214887
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    matt90
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    Lorenzo is an interesting addition.

    #214888
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    91jb12
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    go for it, I’ll see if Seb and Schumi can make it 6 in a row

    #214889
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    mnmracer
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    I’m glad to see our Indian supertalent finally getting some acknowledgement by being named in the same sentence as 9 (10?) German WDC’s.

    #214890
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    robk23
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    Is it being shown on Motors TV again this year? I’ll be watching.

    #214891
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    Girts
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    Racing & F1F Live on the 3rd Sunday of Advent? YES!

    #214892
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    Ryan Williams
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    Just been announced that Romain Grosjean and Sébastien Ogier will represent Team France this year. Ogier will be defending his 2011 “Champion of Champions” title

    #214893
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    raymondu999
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    @mnmracer 2 German WDCs. They share 10 titles, but that does not make them 10 champions. They were champion, 10 times.

    #214894
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    Enigma
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    @raymondu999 Didn’t Murray Walker once say that there are 9 world champions on the grid, 7 of them being Michael Schumacher, or something along those lines? :P

    #214895
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    mnmracer
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    Depends on the definition of WDC ;-)
    World Driver Champions
    or
    World Driver Championships

    #214896
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    raymondu999
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    @mnmracer yeah – but then they WON the WDC 10 times. Schumacher and Vettel wouldn’t be “10 championships” ;)

    @enigma lol! Well… he also said Bernie bought McLaren :P

    #214897
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    mnmracer
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    Don’t go and naRAIN on my parade here…

    #214898
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    Ryan Williams
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    The groups for the Race of Champions and the Nations Cup have been drawn

    RACE OF CHAMPIONS

    Group A
    Sébastien OGIER
    Jamie WHINCUP
    David COULTHARD
    Benito GUERRA

    Group B
    Tom KRISTENSEN
    Andy PRIAULX
    ROC Asia 1, top non-Thailand competitor from ROC Asia
    ROC Thailand 1, winner of ROC Thailand

    Group C
    Sebastian VETTEL
    Jorge LORENZO
    Mick DOOHAN
    ROC Thailand 2, runner-up from ROC Thailand

    Group D
    Michael SCHUMACHER
    Ryan HUNTER-REAY
    ROC Asia 2, second-placed non-Thailand competitor from ROC Asia
    Romain GROSJEAN

    NATIONS CUP

    Group A
    Team France (Sébastien OGIER & Romain GROSJEAN)
    Team Great Britain (David COULTHARD & Andy PRIAULX)
    Team Americas (Ryan HUNTER-REAY & Benito GUERRA)
    Team All Stars (Tom KRISTENSEN & Jorge LORENZO)

    Group B
    Team Germany (Michael SCHUMACHER & Sebastian VETTEL)
    Team Thailand (The two finalists from ROC Thailand)
    Team Australia (Mick DOOHAN & Jamie WHINCUP)
    Team Asia (The leading ROC Asia team other than Thailand)

    #214899
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    In the individual category, Group C is very interesting – all are multiple world champions in the premier classes on 2 or 4 wheels (local wildcard notwithstanding), and should be a cracking watch.

    In the group category… well, that will be Team Germany through to the semis, no? Will probably even top the group. I would’ve put one wild-card team per group, but that’s just me.

    #214900
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    Ryan Williams
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    Vettel vs. Lorenzo should be interesting. It’ll be awesome to see this years’ F1 and MotoGP World Champions go head to head!

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