Season 1 of Extreme E’s documentary series Race for the Planet, which documents the inaugural 2021 campaign, will make its home release on Amazon Prime Video in the United Kingdom and Ireland this early summer.
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For her STCC and Extreme E successes, Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky has become the first female driver to receive the Motor Prince’s Medal, awarded to top Swedish racers.
In an interview with Extreme E, Kevin Hansen shined light on his vertebra injury sustained in the Desert X Prix and his eventual rehabilitation.
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In a recent interview 2009 Formula 1 World Champion Jenson Button discussed all-things Formula 1 and whether the sport will go all-electric anytime soon.
McLaren’s Extreme E team has formed a multi-year agreement with the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE). The firm already appears on the team’s car, which starred at the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday.
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Military schedule clashes in Sardinia, site of Extreme E’s Island X Prix, have pushed it from 7/8 May to 6/7 July. It also becomes a doubleheader to replace the Ocean X Prix on 9/10 July.
The Swedish duo of Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky and Annie Seel, respectively the Extreme E championship leader and a Dakar Rally veteran, won the inaugural Rally Jameel, the first rally raid in Saudi Arabia for women.
McLaren and Google have announced a new partnership that will see the F1 and Extreme E teams running with branding from the internet giants.
Extreme E points leader Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky and team-mate/Dakar veteran Annie Seel are among the thirty-four teams in the inaugural Rally Jameel. The event is the first all-women’s rally raid in Saudi Arabia.
After fracturing her foot in three different locations in a roll during Saturday’s single-car qualifying for the Desert X Prix, Veloce Racing’s Christine Giampaoli Zonca will need to undergo surgery.
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An overly strong landing during Sunday’s Extreme E Crazy Race has resulted in Kevin Hansen cracking a T8 vertebra and bruising his lung, necessitating a hospital stay.
Johan Kristofferson and Mikaela Ahlin-Kottulinsky of RXR took the win ahead of Sainz and Loeb in Extreme E’s first race of the 2022 season.
After placing second in the first round of Desert X Prix qualifying, Team X44 dominated the heat race to give it momentum entering Sunday’s races.
After breaking her foot in a wild crash during Round 1 of qualifying, Christine GZ has been released from hospital but will be replaced by Hedda Hosås for the rest of the Desert X Prix weekend.
Extreme E intends to launch a hydrogen counterpart, Extreme H, in 2024.
A positive COVID-19 test means Tamara Molinaro will replace Klara Anderson as Oliver Bennett’s team-mate at XITE Energy Racing for the Desert X Prix. Molinaro is one of Extreme E’s reserve Championship Drivers.