Nico Rosberg's team won the inaugural Extreme E weekend by triumphing in the Desert X Prix's final on Sunday.
Nico Rosberg’s X Racing team took victory in the opening round of the inaugural Extreme E season, with Molly Taylor and Johan Kristoffersson making history in the Desert X Prix.
There was drama in the opening round of Extreme E in Saudi Arabia after Chip Ganassi Racing’s Kyle Leduc collided with ABT CUPRA’s Claudia Hurtgen in the Shootout race, her second big crash of the weekend.
It was a tense start, as the top three teams lined up for the final race in the first ever Extreme E X Prix in the desert of Saudi Arabia.
Ahead of the first ever Extreme E race in Saudi Arabia, X44 team owner and 7-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton speaks about the new Championship both on and off the track.
Extreme E added it's third F1 World Champion to the series, after Sky F1's Jenson Button agreed to join as both a team owner and driver.
Andretti United driver Catie Munnings says Extreme E is ‘not for the faint-hearted’, after the series made a dramatic start with two crashes in qualifying for the Desert X Prix.
Extreme E is a brand new Championship, with brand new venues and cars, so how and where do the teams qualify, race and secure Championship points?
Ever wonder what a racing driver packs when they go away and what it's like for them to see a venue for the first time? Then check out Veloce driver Jamie Chadwick's Extreme E diary for Saudi Arabia.
Watch the first race start in Extreme E history at the Desert X Prix semi finals, with the desert sand making visibility rather difficult.
With five amazing rounds in the inaugural season of Extreme E, which one are the drivers most looking forward to out of Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Greenland, Brazil or Argentina?
Nico Rosberg's team was just fastest from former F1 rival Lewis Hamilton's in first qualifying as the new Extreme E series made a dramatic start with two big crashes at the Desert X Prix.
Lewis Hamilton's X44 team with rally legend Sebastien Loeb topped Extreme E's first qualifying session in the Desert X Prix after Nico Rosberg's team received a time penalty.
Nico Rosberg's RXR team looked to have claimed the qualification top spot at the opening round of Extreme E, but were penalised for speeding, putting the X44 pair of Sébastien Loeb and Cristina Gutiérrez top of the timesheets.
Ahead of the inaugural Extreme E season, racing driver and double amputee Billy Monger test drove the Odyssey 21 and was highly impressed.
During the first qualifying session of Extreme E in Saudi Arabia, Andretti United's Catie Munnings has a hero drive bringing her car back despite a slow puncture on the rear right tyre.
ABT CUPRA driver Claudia Hürtgen has a huge crash during the opening qualifying session of Extreme E, sending her car into a barrel roll.
Watch as Frenchman Stephane Sarrazin crashes out of the first-ever round of qualifying at the Desert X Prix in Saudi Arabia.
Extreme E is a brand new motor racing series featuring the best drivers in electric SUV's racing in some of the most remote places hit by climate change.
JBXE, was founded by Formula One World Champion Jenson Button makes its debut into the world of electric off-road racing with Button acting as both team boss and driver alongside Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky.