Four-time Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel will once again take part in the RoC race this year. The Ferrari racer first competed in this famous annual race in 2007, winning six consecutive national cups for the German team (along with Michael Schumacher). However, Vettel has not won an independent trophy for once: "I am looking forward to returning to RoC, which I have loved returning to since 2007. This year will be very interesting, as we will be driving at the Olympic Stadium in London, where the 2012 Olympic Games were held. "Of course I will miss Michael as a teammate, but I will do my best to win the title for Germany and the first individual for myself. I still miss that." The race for the champions will take place between 21 and 22 November at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
Boris Johnson, the mayor of London, wants to race in the British capital. Johnson still hopes to bring Formula 1 to the streets of London, although many see the proposal as unfeasible. That the ideas for the London Grand Prix have come to light again can probably be attributed to the fact that we have a Formula 1 race in Silverstone next week, and this weekend London is hosting a Formula E. race Johnson told the British Guardian: "I am ready to talk "I'm always interested in projects that bring jobs and growth. We'll have to look at the issue of air quality and noise, but I'm pretty positive to be able to meet those two factors." The most prominent rumors about Formula 1 in London appeared years ago, when later teammates at McLaren - Lewis Hamilton and Jenson
Daniel Ricciardo will be the guest of honor at the five-day Infiniti Exhibition in London on January 28 and will also open the event. He will then work next to the Formula 1 race car, where they will promote the new Infiniti stores that are opening in shopping malls in London and Stratford. Ricciard will be interviewed and will later give autographs to fans. Francois Goupil de Bouille, Infiniti's vice president for Europe, welcomed Ricciardo's presence: "Infiniti is one of the fastest growing high-end brands in the UK and Europe, and Ricciardo is a rising star in F1. It's a great combination, so I'm looking forward to it we will present it in Westfield. "
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