The 2023 Race of Champions gets underway in Sweden, with motorsport star competing for the Nations Cup and the individual prize.
In a repeat of 2022, the event will take place in Pitea in Sweden, just 80 kilometres below the Arctic Circle, where drivers will battle against the freezing elements in a variety of race-ready cars.
Four-time F1 champion Sebastian Vettel will represent Team Germany alongside Mick Schumacher, but the only F1 driver from the 2023 grid will be Alfa Romeo's Valtteri Bottas.
The 1998 and 1999 F1 champion Mika Hakkinen will form the other half of Team Finland, whilst ex-F1 driver David Coulthard will partner Jamie Chadwick for Team GB.
The Race of Champions field is topped up by motorsport legends from various disciplines, including Sebastien Loeb, Tom Kristensen, Felix Rosenqvist, Petter Solberg, Thierry Neuville and Felipe Drugovich.
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Where can I watch the Race of Champions?
The main events will be held across the final weekend in January, starting with the Nations Cup on Saturday 28th, taking place from 11am - 2pm UK time.
The individual Race of Champions event takes place on Sunday 29th, and also runs from 11am - 2pm UK time.
Viewers in the UK and Ireland will be able to watch the event on Sky, whilst US viewers can watch on MavTV.
Those wanting to watch from Australia and New Zealand are able to do so on YouTube.
South African viewers can watch on SuperSport, and viewers from India can also watch the event on YouTube.
For more information on how to watch, click here.