Former World Rallycross and double DTM champion Mattias Ekström will return to Abt Sportsline to drive a CUPRA backed Odyssey 21 in the Extreme E series next year.
Andretti Autosport and United Autosports have joined forces to create a new team – Andretti United Extreme E – to enter the inaugural season of the new all-electric off-road series.
Kyle LeDuc is the second confirmed driver to enter the new all-electric off road series Extreme E as he signs up with Chip Ganassi Racing.
Sara Price becomes the first female driver to drive for Chip Ganassi Racing as they enter Extreme E for the 2021 debut season.
Extreme E will be featured in a three-part documentary series that will be broadcast by National Geographic in Autumn 2020.
Extreme E has now announced their unique racing format ahead of the series debut in 2021.
The 2016 Australian Rally champion Molly Taylor is the lastest female driver to join the Extreme E Drivers’ Programme
Chip Ganassi Racing, one of the most successful teams from USA has now announced to join the 2021 Extreme E season!
31-year-old Swiss female racer Simona de Silvestro has now signed up for the 2021 Extreme E Driver’s Programme and is the fourth announced female in the series.
Electric off road series Extreme E will feature mixed driver line-ups featuring both a male and female driver in each team for Season 1 next year.
Andretti Autosport who are the five-time Indianapolis 500 winner and the five-time rallycross champions in America, will now further expand as they are joining the 2021 Extreme E season.
Extreme E has now signed a partnership with the engineering company QEV Technologies to supply the all-new Q-Vent respirator to hospitals.