Macau Grand Prix organisers have assembled a cast of top-line drivers from the event's history for a special race to celebrate its 60th running.
Stars from past Macau Grand Prix and Macau Guia (touring car races) will line up in cars from China's season-long Volkswagen Scirocco R-Cup. The invited drivers are split roughly half and half between international aces and Asian racers of the past.
The international entry is headed by ex-Formula 1 racers Stefan Johansson, Nicola Larini, Martin Donnelly, David Brabham, Emanuele Pirro and Julian Bailey.
IndyCar racer Mike Conway will also race, along with touring car veterans Alain Menu, Rickard Rydell, Steve Soper, Jorg Muller, Duncan Huisman and Tim Harvey.
From the Asian field, 2008 Macau GP winner Keisuke Kunimoto makes a return after disappearing from top-level racing since his Formula Renault 3.5 campaign in 2010. His former TOM'S team principal Nobuhide Tachi, who won the 1974 and '75 Guia races in a Toyota Celica, is also entered.
Drivers will randomly draw the keys to their cars by lottery before track action kicks off.
Stefan Johansson Second in 1984 Macau GP
Nicola Larini Second in 2002 Guia
Martin Donnelly Winner of 1987 Macau GP
David Brabham Winner of 1989 Macau GP
Emanuele Pirro Winner of 1991/92 Guia
Julian Bailey Second in 1989 Macau GP
Mike Conway Winner of 2006 Macau GP
Alain Menu Winner of 2012 WTCC race
Rickard Rydell Winner of 1992 Macau GP
Steve Soper Winner of 1997 Guia
Jorg Muller Winner of 1993 GP & 2004 Guia
Duncan Huisman Winner of 2001/02/03 Guia
Tim Harvey Winner of 1989 Guia
Ni Amorim Competed in 1992-95 Guia
Herbert Adamczyk Winner of 1976/79 Guia
Peter Rubatto Competed in 1985-93 Motorcycle GP
Keisuke Kunimoto Winner of 2008 Macau GP
Nobuhide Tachi Winner of 1974/75 Guia
Kiyoshi Misaki Third in 1971 Macau GP
Naoki Nagasaka Competed in 1988 Guia
Riki Ohkubo Second in 1971 Macau GP
Tomohiko Tsutsumi Competed in 1988 Guia
Adrian Fu Second in 1982 Guia
Danny Stacy Chau Competed in 1980s/90s Guia