Sustainable racing backed by some of the biggest names
Making the world of competitive motorsport more economically friendly has been one of the major challenges in recent years.
Formula E has been rising in popularity but has struggled to attract the big viewing figures that come with Formula 1, but there could be a new alternative for those wanting a bit more action.
Let us introduce you to Extreme E, where electric SUVs will race in the toughest conditions, but all for a good cause.
Extreme E’s founder Alejandro Agag wanted to create a racing spectacle that also told the true story of climate change across the globe. The inaugural season of Extreme E kicks off in April 2021 and it promises high-intensity, extreme motor racing that is designed to raise awareness of climate change and sustainable living.