extreme-e News and Analysis
IndyCar and NASCAR Cup team Chip Ganassi Racing has announced its first electric motorsport programme with an entry into the inaugural 2021 Extreme E campaign.
Teams contesting the Extreme E all-electric off-road racing series will be required to field both a male and female driver in a two-person line-up to promote gender equality.
Formula E chairman and Extreme E boss Alejandro Agag says motorsport must return “as soon as possible” to lower the risk of people breaking coronavirus lockdown rules.
Andretti Autosport will enter the inaugural season of the Extreme E off-road electric racing SUV championship due to start in January 2021.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Pedro de la Rosa is in negotiations to join the inaugural season of Extreme E as team principal for a newly announced Spanish outfit.
The new off-road electric race series from the people who brought you Formula E has no less an aim than saving the world’s most at-risk habitats. Here’s who things are set to get underway in 2021
Off-road star Ken Block will sample the Extreme E Odyssey 21 prototype on the final stage of the 2020 Dakar Rally.
Senegal has been added as the final location for the 2020 Extreme E season, with the calendar set to be announced next week.
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.
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.
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.