British duo Michael Rutter and Andy Priaulx head an impressive line-up of familiar and new faces at the Windsor Arch 55th Macau Grand Prix at the world-famous Guia circuit from November 13-16. Rutter will attempt to become the first man to win seven Motorcycle Grand Prix crowns when he returns for the 42nd edition of the two-wheel spectacular. Three-time Macau champion Priaulx will be hoping to extend his winning streak in the FIA World Touring Car Championship as Macau hosts the deciding leg of the series for the fourth consecutive year. While Rutter and Priaulx are the two most famous faces to return, the showpiece Formula Three race is wide open with two-thirds of a global field comprising drivers who will be making their debuts. Leading the challenge are Frenchman Jules Bianchi and Finland's Mika Maki from the F3 Euro Series. Fourth and fifth in the standings, both are expected to excel and possibly join the illustrious company of Brazilian Ayrton Senna, who in his first appearance in 1983 won the Formula Three race. Organisers yesterday stressed the Grand Prix would once again showcase Macau as a tourist hot spot. 'The promotion of sports tourism is one of our most important tasks,' said Dr Chui Sai-on, Macau's secretary for Social Affairs and Culture. 'We visited Malaysia and Singapore during the Formula One grands prix to observe the events, and organised activities to promote the Macau Grand Prix and Macau tourism there.' Among the host of rookies who could bid for the F3 title are Briton Oliver Turvey, a championship contender in British F3, and series' rival Jaime Alguersuari of Spain. Both will be racing for Carlin Motorsport. Chinese driver Frankie Cheng Congfu will make his F3 debut as will Basil Shaaban of Lebanon, highlighting the international nature of the 31-strong field. An epic battle is also on the cards in the World Touring Car Championship with the Macau race once again being the title-decider. Frenchman Yvan Muller, driving for Seat, will arrive in Macau on the verge of claiming an historic first FIA WTCC title. He will also be seeking to avenge his loss to Priaulx last year. 'Last year is a very bad memory for me, but obviously I want to put it right,' said Muller, who was denied the crown by a late fuel pump problem. He will have to beat Priaulx, who has reigned supreme for the past three years. 'I do love the track. I love the challenge of driving there. It has got something special and gives you a buzz,' said Priaulx. Another competitor who knows what that buzz feels like is Rutter. The six-time Motorcycle Grand Prix champion shares the record with the legendary Ron Haslam. Rutter, who last won in 2005, will be hoping to make it an historic seventh victory.