If you've ever wondered what the Scandinavian Flick looks like, you'll likely never see a more extreme example than this.
Jose Maria Lopez's Stadium Super Truck wasn't as nimble as the touring car he's used to.
Lopez was racing today in the Race of Champions, where he took a nice, slow roll. The Race of Champions people were all over it, giving us an extended slow-mo replay of the roll from several different angles, including from…
The Race of Champions this year has a slightly underwhelming entry list this year, with names like Loeb, Hamilton, Ogier and Marquez not appearing on the list, and with a few too many test drivers to really live up to its name. Should you watch it anyway?
Now that you know everything there is to know about this weekend's Race of Champions, let's take a look at the cars the world's best drivers will be using to face off with one another. There's a NASCAR-like coupe, an Audi R8 LMS, a Lamborghini, and other unique cars.
In standard sports like golf and tennis and boxing — just as it is with road bowling and beer pong and "hairiest back" — it's not hard to determine who is the best in the world. Or the hairiest, as it were.
Lest you forget for even a moment that Michael Schumacher (orange) is a stone cold killer, a German race weapon more terrifying than a Panzerkampfwagen, here he is at this year's Race of Champions showing American Brian Deegan (white) what real car control is.
Heikki Kovalainen wasn't the only driver to wipe out at this weekend's Race of Champions. The grand dame of rallying, Michèle Mouton flipped while driving her Audi Sport Quattro S1. Thankfully, she's only suffered a bruised ego.
The 2010 Race of Champions is being held this weekend in Dusseldorf, Germany. Watch F1 driver Heikki Kovalainen wipe out in his Audi R8 after a suspension failure during today's first race. (Hat Tip to D-Fence)
It's Sweden versus Germany, DTM versus FIA and some guy you may not know versus the most famous man in racing. Two enter the ring. Only one walks out
alive the winner. It's like Ingemar Johahnsson v. Floyd Patterson except with more spinouts and less historical significance. If you haven't guessed by now, it's…
Super Swede DTM racer Mattias Ekström defeated the apparently fallible Michael Schumacher in the finals at the Race of Champions, which took place at the new Wembley Stadium in England this weekend. It was a furious battle, with each picking up a win in the first two events. But Ekström, who won last year, built up a…
Travis Pastrana had to forget about it and go it alone this year in the Race of Champions, as Jimmie Johnson and his last-minute replacement Scott Speed couldn't make the competition. The multi-disciplinary Pastrana put on a solid showing, as one might expect, but the day belonged to Finland. And when was the last…