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Alain Prost signs on for 2010 Race of Champions

So far, only three drivers are confirmed for the 2010 Race of Champions, but it's already shaping up to be one for the history books. Not only is the year-end, cross-discipline event returning to Germany – the country that has held the Nations Cup title the past three years running – but now one of the most successful racing drivers alive will finally, for the first time in his career, be on

2010 Race of Champions returns to Germany

Michael Schumacher at the 2009 Race of Champions – Click above for high-res image gallery

Red Flag: Race of Champions moves to China

2008 Race of Champions - Click above for a hi-res gallery

SPOILER: 2008 Race of Champions crowns new king among motorsport's best

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Tanner Foust takes Travis Pastrana's place at the Race of Champions

After a report surfaced yesterday that Travis Pastrana sustained injuries to his hip and ankle during an unknown accident, rumors began to circulate that Tanner Foust would replace the X Games alumni and three-time RoC finalist in this weekend's Race of Champions. The rumors have been confirmed and Foust is currently prepping with teammate

Travis Pastrana rumored to be injured, out of '08 Race of Champions

This may come as a shock (or, actually... not at all), but Travis Pastrana is rumored to have injured himself, which may render the oft-maimed X Games star unable to compete in the upcoming Race of Champions. The RoC pits the world's greatest drivers from various motorsport (and

Oh, it's on! Hamilton vs Hoy at Race of Champions

British racing fans had lots of reason to celebrate this year. Not only did their golden boy Lewis Hamilton win the Formula One World Championship, but their star cyclist Chris Hoy took home three Olympic gold medals from the Beijing Olympics. But the ultimate face-off between man and machine is just gearing up as organizers of the annual Race of Champions have announced the two will face off next month at Wembley.

KTM X-Bow will take part in the Race of Champions

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Schumacher confirmed to return for 2008 Race of Champions

The Race of Champions is scheduled to return to its new home at London's Wembley Stadium on December 14th. For those unfamiliar, the annual event pits a host of the best racing drivers in the world against each other on carefully-calibrated equal terms. The event is split between the solo competition and the nations' cup, the latter in which countries send their two best drivers to claim the honors for their homeland.