LEWIS HAMILTON is about to reignite his rivalry with Nico Rosberg after the German revealed he’s launching his personal Excessive E race crew.
SunSport solely revealed in September that Hamilton was entering the electric off-road racing series that kicks off in January as boss of the X44 crew.
Lewis Hamilton is about to reignite his rivalry with Nico Rosberg after the German revealed he’s launching his personal Excessive E race crewCredit score: Getty Pictures – Getty
The collection will race in distant areas on this planet to lift consciousness and assist initiatives to cease local weather change
And he’ll go head-to-head along with his former Mercedes team-mate who has created the Rosberg Xtreme Racing crew.
The collection will race in distant areas on this planet to lift consciousness and assist initiatives to cease local weather change.
Rosberg stated: “We’re thrilled to unveil Rosberg Xtreme Racing as the newest addition to Excessive E.
“The collection represents an incredible alternative to not solely drive consciousness but additionally encourage motion within the struggle towards local weather change – the one greatest risk to our planet right this moment.
“Since retiring from F1 I’ve devoted my profession to sustainable applied sciences so to have the ability to mix these endeavours with my ardour for racing is extremely fulfilling.”
Alejandro Agag, Excessive E Founder and CEO, stated: “We’re ecstatic to lastly announce that Rosberg Xtreme Racing might be becoming a member of our line-up for the primary season of Excessive E.
“We’ve got been speaking about this challenge for a lot of months and we’re thrilled he has chosen Excessive E for his formal return to motorsport as Founder and CEO of his personal racing crew.
“There’s clearly an excellent synergy between Nico’s endeavours within the sustainability area and the goals of Excessive E so his crew is a vastly welcomed addition to the collection.”
Rosberg is the one man who has stopped Hamilton from successful the F1 title over the last seven years and had a bitter fallout with the Brit during their time at Merc.
He stunned the sport by retiring from F1 in 2016 having received the title and has since been closely concerned in electrical mobility and invested in Components E.