Senegal has been added as the final location for the 2020 Extreme E season, with the calendar set to be announced next week.
The Extreme E ODYSSEY 21 car will make its first full appearance as part of a motorsport event, joining the final stage of the 2020 Dakar Rally.
Billy Monger and several current Formula E drivers have joined the Extreme E driver programme for competitors expressing an interest in racing in the championship.
Nepal’s Mustang District has been revealed as the Himalayan location that the Extreme E electric off-road racing series will visit during its inaugural season in 2021.
Inaugural Formula E champion Nelson Piquet Jr has expressed his interest in contesting the new Extreme E series.
The Extreme E electric off-road SUV racing series has revealed that it will hold its desert round in Saudi Arabia during its inaugural campaign in 2021.
A damaged part of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil's Para state has been confirmed as the second location the Extreme E series will visit during its inaugural season in 2021.
Formula 1 design legend Adrian Newey and Formula E champion Jean-Eric Vergne will be part of the management of Veloce Racing's entry in the new Extreme E championship.
The Extreme E electric off-road SUV racing series has launched a drivers' programme to recruit competitors for its first season in 2021, which includes the likes of Sebastien Ogier, Andre Lotterer and Jamie Chadwick.
Sebastien Ogier has confirmed he will depart the World Rally Championship at the end of next year.
All-electric off-road series Extreme E has signed Citroen driver and six-time World Rally champion Sebastien Ogier to help advise on sporting matters for the new championship.
HWA will enter the Extreme E electric off-road SUV racing championship that is being operated by ABB FIA Formula E.
Title-winning ABB FIA Formula E and DTM squad ABT Sportsline has become the second team to confirm its participation in the Extreme E electric off-road SUV racing championship.
The base-prototype Extreme E electric off-road SUV has been launched at the Goodwood Festival of Speed by series founder Alejandro Agag and chairman Gil de Ferran.
The Extreme E electric off-road SUV championship has abandoned plans to keep its title winner a secret for months after the action concludes and will now produce live TV coverage.
ABB FIA Formula E chassis provider Spark Racing Technology will produce the base chassis for the upcoming Extreme E electric off-road SUV racing championship.
The winner of each Extreme E series will not be known until months after the championship has finished thanks to its ‘docu-sport’ broadcast format, according to series boss Alejandro Agag.
The Extreme E racing concept has been presented to nine “very serious” manufacturers, according to championship co-founder Alejandro Agag.
Technology developed for ABB FIA Formula E will feature on the cars used in the new Extreme E electric SUV racing series.
The nature of the Extreme E electric off-road SUV racing series has been unveiled by co-founders Gil de Ferran and Alejandro Agag - and it is set to begin in January 2021.
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