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TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge

The “TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge” – a further superlative event à la Stefan Raab.

So far, celebrity stock car drivers have met up at the VELTINS Arena in Gelsenkirchen eight times and in 2008 once in the LTU arena in Düseldorf. Anything and everything strictly forbidden by traffic legislation was allowed. The result: spectacular rollovers, trashed cars, burning vehicles and lots and lots of adrenalin!

Each year with a total of 30 drivers, including such celebrities as Joey Kelly, Peter Lohmeyer, Oliver Pocher, Giovanni Zarrella, Charlotte Roche, Ralf Moeller and Axel Stein, compete against each other in three classes (1,500 cm3, 1,900 cm3 and 3,000 cm3) and three heats.

In the first heat, the “Stock Car Race”, the Master, Stefan Raab, has managed to win this title three times to date. In 2007, the Birthday Boy was gifted nothing by his competitors: he was fairly beaten by Christian Clerici, who was also the last to leave his car in the Rodeo discipline, hence securing a double victory for himself and his team klarmobil.de.

And the cards were reshuffled in the 1,900 cm3 class this year as well: Ben and Christian Clerici, the respective winners in 2005 and 2006, both chose not to compete in this engine class. And Matthias Opdenhövel capitalized on this opportunity and bagged the only victory for the “TV total Team”, which had been so successful in the previous years. Following victories for Jan Stecker in 2005 and Axel Stein in 2006 in what Stefan Raab describes as the “Kindergarten Class” (up to 1500 cm3), the surprising winner in 2007 was Brösel. In the next years the following celebrities were able to win: Axel Stein in 2008 and 2009, Christian Clerici in 2009, Lucy Diakovska in 2010, Axel Stein again in 2011 and Jimi Blue Ochsenknecht in 2012.

The final heat, the “Rodeo”, decides which team wins. All stock cars still capable of driving, line up at the start. The ramming continues until just one car is left. In 2005, Mathias Lauda, son of racing legend Nicki Lauda secured the team victory, with Joey Kelly winning the title for his team in 2006 and Christian Clerici securing the 2007 victory for his team. In 2008 DTM-driver Martin Tomczyk was able to win, in 2009 Björn Dunkerbeck, 2010 Stefan Raab and Timo Scheider and in 2011 Joey Kelly and Manfred Ludolf. This year two teams won for the first time simultaneousely after a crash: the teams of Adrian Sutil and Timo Scheider. In 2013 Charlotte Roche was able to win the Rodeo. Thore Schölermann and Dner won in 2014 and finally Timo Scheider in 2015.

The drivers floored the accelerators and gave it their all in the hope of winning. Some of the celebs actually ended up risking a little too much, with the audience holding their collective breath on a number of occasions. Even presenters Sonya Kraus and Oliver Welke, not normally lost for words, were dumbstruck when, in 2004, Oliver Pocher and, in 2005, Jürgen Milski had to be dragged out of their burning vehicles. Both stars brushed the situation off with their accustomed abandon and were rewarded with the cheers and adoration of the arena’s 50,000 spectators.

And the “TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge” has meanwhile established itself among viewers at home as well: the market share among 14-49 year-olds is up to 24.6 percent*.

Overview:

Ranking "TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge" on November 10, 2015 in Gelsenkirchen:

3,000 cm3
1. Christian Clerici
2. Timo Scheider
3. Joey Kelly

1,900 cm3
1. Manni Ludolf
2. Harro Füllgrabe
3. Steffen Henssler

1,500 cm3
1. Charlotte Roche
2. Axel Stein
3. Lucy Diakovska

Ranking "TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge" on November 8, 2014 in Gelsenkirchen:

3,000 cm3
1. Stefan Raab
2. Christian Clerici
3. Timo Scheider

1,900 cm3
1. Harro Füllgrabe
2. Giovanni Zarrella
3. Jean-Pierre Kraemer

1,500 cm3
1. Manni Ludolf
2. Axel Stein
3. Charlotte Roche

Ranking: “TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge” on October 12, 2013 in Gelsenkirchen:

3,000 cm3
1. Joey Kelly
2. Christian Clerici
3. Timo Scheider

1,900 cm3
1. Steffen Henssler
2. Timo Glock
3. Harro Füllgrabe

1,500 cm3
1. Axel Stein
2. Charlotte Roche
3. Jimi Blue Ochsenknecht

Ranking: “TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge” on October 13, 2012 in Gelsenkirchen:

3,000 cm3
1. Joey Kelly
2. Timo Scheider
3. Thore Schölermann

1,900 cm3
1. Adrian Sutil
2. Peter Lohmeyer
3. Steffen Henssler

1,500 cm3
1. Jimi Blue Ochsenknecht
2. Charlotte Roche
3. Lucy Diakovska

Ranking: “TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge” on October 8, 2011 in Gelsenkirchen:

3,000 cm3
1. Joey Kelly
2. Jürgen Milski
3. Giovanni Zarrella

1,900 cm3
1. Steffen Henssler
2. Alexander Klaws
3. Peter Lohmeyer

1,500 cm3
1. Axel Stein
2. Max Mutzke
3. Manfred Ludolf

Ranking: “TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge” on October 9, 2010 in Gelsenkirchen:

3,000 cm3
1. Jürgen Milski
2. Stefan Raab
3. Joey Kelly

1,900 cm3
1. Timo Scheider
2. Simon Gosejohann
3. Steffen Henssler

1,500 cm3
1. Lucy Diakovska
2. Brösel
3. Axel Stein

Ranking: “TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge” on October 10, 2009 in Gelsenkirchen:

3,000 cm3
1. Christian Clerici
2. Joey Kelly
3. Elton

1,900 cm3
1. Adrian Sutil
2. Uwe Ludolf
3. Pierre Geisensetter

1,500 cm3
1. Axel Stein
2. Oli P.
3. Manni Ludolf

Ranking: “TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge” on November 29, 2008 in Düsseldorf:

3,000 cm3
1. Christian Clerici
2. Jürgen Milski
3. Stefan Raab

1,900 cm3
1. Timo Scheider
2. Matthias Opdenhövel
3. Ben/Hans-Joachim Stuck in teamwork

1,500 cm3
1. Axel Stein
2. Max Mutzke
3. Daniel Aminati

Ranking: “TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge” on October 20, 2007 in Gelsenkirchen:

3,000 cm3
1. Christian Clerici
2. Andreas Müller
3. Jürgen Milski

1,900 cm3
1. Matthias Opdenhövel
2. Kai Böcking
3. Daniel Aminati

1,500 cm3
1. Brösel
2. Axel Stein
3. Alexander Hold

Rodeo
1. Christian Clerici (klarmobil.de)
2. Elton (Burger King)

Ranking: “TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge” on May 25, 2005 in Gelsenkirchen:

3,000 cm3
1. Stefan Raab
2. Ralf Möller
3. Oliver Pocher

1,900 cm3
1. Ben
2. Matthias Opdenhövel
3. Norbert Dickel

1,500 cm3
1. Jan Stecker
2. Uwe Scherr
3. Brösel

Rodeo
1. Matthias Lauda (bwin.com)
2. Stefan Raab (TV total)

Ranking: “TV total Stock Car Crash Challenge” on October 7, 2006 in Gelsenkirchen:

3,000 cm3
1. Stefan Raab
2. Christina Surer
3. Tobias Regner

1,900 cm3
1. Christian Clerici
2. Norbert Dobeleit
3. Smudo

1,500 cm3
1. Axel Stein
2. Uwe Scherr
3. Kai Böcking

Rodeo
1. Joey Kelly (Fossil)
2. Jürgen Milski (9Live)

* Source: ProSieben

 

Info

Executive Producer: Jörg Grabosch
Host: Steven Gätjen
First Broadcast: 25.06.2005
Shows: 9
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