Extreme E teams are broadening the diversity of their staff through a scheme being run with Lewis Hamilton’s commission.
Why does Formula 1 produce greater emissions than other globe-trotting motorsports, and will reorganising its calendar make a difference?
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown says the team’s success in Formula 1 and IndyCar gave it the confidence to take up the challenge of racing in Extreme E.
Jenson Button has become the third F1 champion to enter a team in Extreme E – but unlike Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, he will also drive for his new JBXE squad,.
Lewis Hamilton will enter his own team in the new Extreme E series next year but says he “won’t be operationally involved” in running the X44 entry.
The new Extreme E series has claimed a first by announcing all teams must field male and female drivers in the competition.
In the round-up: New Extreme E electric SUV racing series launched • F1 ‘far from what I imagined’ – Magnussen • Dixon hopes Alonso inspires more ‘crossovers’