The 27th running of the Race of Champions will be held at the Olympic Stadium in London from Nov 20-21.
The annual competition consists of multiple drivers who race heads-up, two at a time, in identical cars on the same circuit in order to crown an individual Champion of Champions, and the winner of the Nations Cup.
In 2014, David Coulthard won the individual contest, while the Nordic team took the Nations Cup, ending a six-year-long winning streak for Germany.
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Twenty drivers from around the world will compete in the 2015 Race of Champions, and will also form 10 teams for the Nations Cup.
The entrants are:
Americas – Ryan Hunter-Reay and Jose Maria Lopez
Australia – Mick Doohan and Daniel Ricciardo
Brazil – Felipe Massa and Nelson Piquet Jr.
England 1 – Jason Plato and Andy Priaulx
England 2 – Jenson Button and Alex Buncombe
Germany – Nico Hulkenberg and Sebastian Vettel
Nordic – Tom Kristensen and Petter Solberg
Scotland – David Coulthard and Susie Wolff
All Stars – Romain Grosjean and Jorge Lorenzo
Young Stars – Jolyon Palmer and Pascal Wehrlein
The Nations Cup will take place Friday night at 8 p.m. local time with the Race of Champions starting at 3 p.m. local time on Saturday.