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If an electric motorsport series is to be established, the person to do it should be obvious: Alejandro Agag. After all, he and his team created the blueprint for Formula E – an electric championship that's not just existing, but thriving.
Now he's doing it all again with a few differences and plenty of similarities. In 12 months' time, the electric off-road SUV racing series Extreme E will be just a few weeks away from its projected first contest. Since becoming FE chairman in December 2018 – although he carried on working as that series' CEO until last September – Agag has been busy getting his latest project out of the harbour.
The racing may have lacked the explosive conclusion to Formula E's first race in 2014 and was not without its hiccups. But Extreme E's leap into the unknown appears to have paid off, delivering a spectacle quite unlike anything else
The world’s newest motorsport discipline is set to go racing for the first time this weekend. Extreme E’s innovations and plans have raised some eyebrows, but it also provides an exciting list of competitors and teams for the inaugural campaign
The new off-road SUV series aims to go boldly into the unknown on several fronts, but perhaps its most significant measure will involve the energy source powering its fleet of cars
With the addition of Jenson Button's own team to join the involvement of fellow Formula 1 champions Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg in Extreme E's ranks, the new electric SUV series is brimming with star power to enable it to deliver on its promise
In October, Motorsport.com headed to the South of France to sample the Odyssey 21 - the titanic 550bhp machine underpinning Alejandro Agag's latest electric venture. But for such a big beast, it's a nimble machine that should provide spectacular entertainment…
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