Rally ace Sébastien Ogier lifts the Race Of Champions trophy after a Grand Final victory over Le Mans legend Tom Kristensen.
Formula 1 great Michael Schumacher is knocked out in the semi-finals along with DTM champion Martin Tomczyk.
Schumacher earlier beat reigning F1 champion Sebastian Vettel in a titanic quarter-final showdown between last night’s ROC Nations Cup victors.
Sébastien Ogier delivered a thrilling performance to eclipse 15 fellow superstars of motorsport and win the Race Of Champions on a packed afternoon of competition at Düsseldorf’s ESPRIT arena.
Ogier, who took five wins in this year’s World Rally Championship, overcame Le Mans legend Tom Kristensen in the best-of-three Grand Final on the ROC parallel track to earn the title of Champion of Champions at his very first attempt.
He received a Carrera Calibre 1 to celebrate this victory.
For the seventh time in general and the second time in Germany TAG Heuer again stated as one of the official partners and the official timekeeper of the ROC Nations Cup & Race of Champions again the brands pole position in motor racing and professional timekeeping.
TAG Heuer had a tremendous visibility at the racing track for the spectators in the arena (capacity 66,500) and was perfecetly visible
within the complete television broadcasting one the German tv channel SAT.1 at Saturday and Sunday. SAT.1 was the official broadcaster and they had more then 4 hours of broadcasting about the ROC Nations Cup & ROC 2011.
At the track with more than 40 guests from the German retail and also German media TAG Heuer was part of a fantastic event with great racing attractions and adrenaline.