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Barbados lands Race of Champions host duty

Barbados will host the 2014 Race of Champions in December, marking the first time the annual end-of-season 'head to head' motorsport event will be held in the Caribbean. With the host of this year's event being determined by the public via social media, together with competitors and officials, Barbados emerged triumphant to secure the right to rn the 2014 event at Bushy Park, which has undergone a major redevelopment this year in an effort to attract higher profile events. The RoC, which has attracted a high calibre of motorsport star since its inaugural event in 1988, has grown in profile in recent years, with Paris' Stade de France, London's Wembley Stadium and Beijing's Olympic Bird's...
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