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The first round of the 2021 Extreme E Championship was unveiled in September 2019, with a deal to race in Kangerlussuaq, Greenland signed by XE.<ref name=GreenlandA></ref> Subsequent deals followed with Saudi Arabia, Nepal and Brazil, before the five round schedule was concluded with a deal with Senegal.<ref name=Senegal21A></ref> The concept of the racing in five diverse regions would show how climate change has affected the globe, with each race effectively having its own theme.<ref name=PCal21A>Jake Kilshaw, 'EXTREME E: Extreme E Unveils Schedule for Inaugural Season', ''e-racing365.com'', (John Dagys Media, LLC., 17/12/2019), https://e-racing365.com/off-road/extreme-e/extreme-e-unveils-schedule-for-inaugural-season/, (Accessed 18/12/2019)</ref>
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The first provisional calendar for XE was unveiled on 17 December 2019, with the season opening with the Ocean Stage in Senegal, between 22-24 January 2021.<ref name=PCal21A></ref> The Desert Stage in Saudi Arabia would follow in early March, before a trip to Nepal for the Mountain Stage in May.<ref name=PCal21A></ref> The series would then head around the world to Greenland for the Arctic Stage, ahead of the series finale in Brazil with the Amazon Stage on 29-31 October 2021.<ref name=PCal21A></ref>
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===Schedule===
 
The full calendar for the 2021 Extreme E Championship is outlined below:
 
The full calendar for the 2021 Extreme E Championship is outlined below:
 
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| style="text-align:left;"|{{GRN}} 2021 Arctic Race Stage<ref name=GreenlandA>'Extreme E confirms Greenland as Arctic race stage', ''extreme-e.com'', (Extreme E, 30/08/2019), https://www.extreme-e.com/en/news/30_Extreme-E-confirms-Greenlandas-Arctic-race-stage.html, (Accessed 12/09/2019)</ref>
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| style="text-align:left;"|{{SEN}} 2021 Senegal Ocean Stage<ref name=Senegal21A>Tom Errington, 'Extreme E adds Senegal as final location for inaugural season', ''autosport.com'', (Motorsport Network, 12/12/2019), https://www.autosport.com/fe/news/147584/extreme-e-adds-senegal-as-final-location-for-20, (Accessed 12/12/2019)</ref>
| {{GRN}} Russell Glacier, Greenland
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| {{DAK}} Lake Retba, Dakar, Senegal
| 2021<ref name=GreenlandA></ref>
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| 22-24 January 2021<ref name=PCal21A></ref>
 
| Report
 
| Report
 
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! II
 
! II
| style="text-align:left;" |{{BRA}} 2021 Amazon Race Stage<ref name=AmazonA>Alex Kalinauckas, 'Extreme E reveals Amazon rainforest as second location', ''autosport.com'', (Motorsport Network, 02/10/2019), https://www.autosport.com/fe/news/146345/extreme-e-reveals-amazon-race-location, (Accessed 02/10/2019)</ref>
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| style="text-align:left;"|{{KSA}} 2021 Arabian Desert Stage<ref name=SaudiA>Jake Kilshaw, 'EXTREME E: Saudi Arabia to Host Extreme E’s Desert Round', ''e-racing365.com'', (John Dagys Media, LLC., 31/10/2019), https://e-racing365.com/off-road/extreme-e/saudi-arabia-to-host-extreme-es-desert-round/, (Accessed 31/10/2019)</ref>
| {{BRA}} Santarem, Para State, Brazil
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| {{KSA}} Sharaan, Al-'Ula, Saudi Arabia
| 2021<ref name=AmazonA></ref>
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| 4-6 March 2021<ref name=PCal21A></ref>
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| style="text-align:left;"|{{KSA}} 2021 Arabian Desert Stage<ref name=SaudiA>Jake Kilshaw, 'EXTREME E: Saudi Arabia to Host Extreme E’s Desert Round', ''e-racing365.com'', (John Dagys Media, LLC., 31/10/2019), https://e-racing365.com/off-road/extreme-e/saudi-arabia-to-host-extreme-es-desert-round/, (Accessed 31/10/2019)</ref>
 
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| style="text-align:left;" |{{NEP}} 2021 Himalayas Mountain Stage<ref name=HimalayaA>Jake Kilshaw, 'EXTREME E: Himalayas Chosen as Extreme E’s Fourth Location', ''e-racing365.com'', (John Dagys Media, LLC., 12/11/2019), https://e-racing365.com/off-road/extreme-e/himalayas-chosen-as-extreme-es-fourth-location/, (Accessed 12/11/2019)</ref>
 
| style="text-align:left;" |{{NEP}} 2021 Himalayas Mountain Stage<ref name=HimalayaA>Jake Kilshaw, 'EXTREME E: Himalayas Chosen as Extreme E’s Fourth Location', ''e-racing365.com'', (John Dagys Media, LLC., 12/11/2019), https://e-racing365.com/off-road/extreme-e/himalayas-chosen-as-extreme-es-fourth-location/, (Accessed 12/11/2019)</ref>
 
| {{MUS}} Mustang District, Nepal
 
| {{MUS}} Mustang District, Nepal
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style="text-align:left;"|{{GRN}} 2021 Arctic Race Stage<ref name=GreenlandA>'Extreme E confirms Greenland as Arctic race stage', ''extreme-e.com'', (Extreme E, 30/08/2019), https://www.extreme-e.com/en/news/30_Extreme-E-confirms-Greenlandas-Arctic-race-stage.html, (Accessed 12/09/2019)</ref>
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| {{GRN}} Kangerlussuaq, Greenland
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| 27-29 August 2021<ref name=PCal21A></ref>
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! V
 
! V
| style="text-align:left;"|{{SEN}} 2021 Senegal Ocean Stage<ref name=Senegal21A>Tom Errington, 'Extreme E adds Senegal as final location for inaugural season', ''autosport.com'', (Motorsport Network, 12/12/2019), https://www.autosport.com/fe/news/147584/extreme-e-adds-senegal-as-final-location-for-20, (Accessed 12/12/2019)</ref>
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| style="text-align:left;" |{{BRA}} 2021 Amazon Race Stage<ref name=AmazonA>Alex Kalinauckas, 'Extreme E reveals Amazon rainforest as second location', ''autosport.com'', (Motorsport Network, 02/10/2019), https://www.autosport.com/fe/news/146345/extreme-e-reveals-amazon-race-location, (Accessed 02/10/2019)</ref>
| {{DAK}} Lake Retba, Dakar, Senegal
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Revision as of 12:22, December 18, 2019

2021 Extreme E Championship
Extreme E logo
The Extreme E Series debuts in 2021
Season Information
No. Rounds TBA
First Round TBA
Last Round TBA
Constructors Flag of France Spark Racing Technologies
Entrants ABT Sportsline; HWA Racelab; Venturi Automobiles
Tyre(s) Flag of Germany Continental
Drivers Championship
Champion {{{drivechamppts}}}Pt(s)
Win(s), Pole(s) Fastest Lap(s)
Second {{{drive2pts}}} Pt(s)
Win(s), Pole(s) Fastest Lap(s)
Third {{{drive3pts}}} Pt(s)
Win(s), Pole(s), Fastest Lap(s)
Teams Championship
Champion {{{team1pts}}} Pt(s)
Win(s), Pole(s) Fastest Lap(s)
Second {{{team2pts}}} Pt(s)
Win(s), Pole(s) Fastest Lap(s)
Third {{{team3pts}}} Pt(s)
Win(s), Pole(s) Fastest Lap(s)
Season Guide
Former Next
None 2022

The 2021 Extreme E Championship is set to be the first round of the Extreme E Championship, an electrically powered off-road racing series that will be staged across the globe.[1] The series will feature a group of identical of Spark Racing Technologies Odyssey 21s, racing across some of the World's most ecologically diverse regions in an effort to highlight climate change.[1][2][3]

Background

The concept of Extreme E first arose in late 2017, when Formula E Holdings, the owners of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship, began investigations into an off-road racing series.[1] The result was a Dakar style series named Extreme E, which was launched on the 31 January 2019 by Alejandro Agag and Gil de Ferran with an aim to highlight the impact of climate change.[1] The new series would use a chassis built by Spark Racing Technologies, use tyres from Continental, and use powertrains based off those used in the FE Championship, albeit with increased power outputs.[1][2][4]

Driver Developments

In September 2019 it was announced that Extreme E would launch a Drivers' Programme to tempt drivers to join the series, having signed up eleven drivers from Formula E, the FIA World Rallycross Championship, the World Rally Championship and various other sources.[5] This followed the announcement of three initial entrants to the series, with FIA Formula E entrants Venturi, HWA Racelab and ABT Sportsline in July 2019.[6]

Calendar

The first round of the 2021 Extreme E Championship was unveiled in September 2019, with a deal to race in Kangerlussuaq, Greenland signed by XE.[7] Subsequent deals followed with Saudi Arabia, Nepal and Brazil, before the five round schedule was concluded with a deal with Senegal.[8] The concept of the racing in five diverse regions would show how climate change has affected the globe, with each race effectively having its own theme.[9]

The first provisional calendar for XE was unveiled on 17 December 2019, with the season opening with the Ocean Stage in Senegal, between 22-24 January 2021.[9] The Desert Stage in Saudi Arabia would follow in early March, before a trip to Nepal for the Mountain Stage in May.[9] The series would then head around the world to Greenland for the Arctic Stage, ahead of the series finale in Brazil with the Amazon Stage on 29-31 October 2021.[9]

Schedule

The full calendar for the 2021 Extreme E Championship is outlined below:

2021 Extreme E Championship
Round Event Location Date Report
I Template:SEN 2021 Senegal Ocean Stage[8] Template:DAK Lake Retba, Dakar, Senegal 22-24 January 2021[9] Report
II Flag of Saudi Arabia 2021 Arabian Desert Stage[10] Flag of Saudi Arabia Sharaan, Al-'Ula, Saudi Arabia 4-6 March 2021[9] Report
III Flag of Nepal 2021 Himalayas Mountain Stage[11] Flag of Mustang Mustang District, Nepal 6-8 May 2021[9] Report
IV

style="text-align:left;"|Flag of Greenland 2021 Arctic Race Stage[7]

Flag of Greenland Kangerlussuaq, Greenland 27-29 August 2021[9] Report
V Flag of Brazil 2021 Amazon Race Stage[12] Flag of Brazil Santarem, Para State, Brazil 29-31 October 2021[9] Report

Rules and Regulations

Technical

Sporting

Season Report

Entrants

The full 2021 Extreme E Championship entry list will be outlined below:

2021 Extreme E Championship Entry List
Entrant No. Name Rounds
Flag of Germany ABT Sportsline[6]
Spark Odyssey 21
TBA Flag placeholder TBA
TBA Flag placeholder TBA
Flag of Germany HWA Racelab[13]
Spark Odyssey 21
TBA Flag placeholder TBA
TBA Flag placeholder TBA
Flag of the United Kingdom Veloce Racing[14]
Spark Odyssey 21
TBA Flag placeholder TBA
TBA Flag placeholder TBA
Flag of Monaco Venturi Automobiles[15]
Spark Odyssey 21
TBA Flag placeholder TBA
TBA Flag placeholder TBA
2021 Extreme E Drivers' Programme
Entrant No. Name Rounds
Flag of the United Kingdom Extreme E Drivers' Programme
Spark Odyssey 21
TBA Flag of Norway Andreas Bakkerud[5]
TBA Flag of the United Kingdom Jamie Chadwick[5]
TBA Flag of Brazil Lucas di Grassi[5]
TBA Flag of Sweden Timmy Hansen[5]
TBA Flag of Sweden Kevin Hansen[5]
TBA Flag of Sweden Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky[5]
TBA Flag of the United Kingdom Katherine Legge[5]
TBA Flag of Germany André Lotterer[5]
TBA Flag of France Sébastian Ogier[5]
TBA Flag of France Sacha Prost[5]
TBA Flag of Germany Timo Scheider[5]
TBA Flag of Brazil Bruno Senna[16]
Source:[17]

Standings

2021 Extreme E Championship for Drivers

The full 2021 Extreme E Championship for Drivers standings are to be outlined below:

2021 Extreme E Championship for Teams

The full 2021 Extreme E Championship for Teams standings are to be outlined below:

References

Videos and Images:

References:

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Jake Kilshaw, 'Extreme E Launched in London for 2021 Debut', e-racing365.com, (John Dagys Media, LLC., 31/01/2019), https://www.motorsport.com/offroad/news/formula-e-to-run-extreme-e-suv-series/3167320/, (Accessed 31/01/2019)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Alex Kalinauckas, 'Spark named as Extreme E base chassis provider', motorsport.com, (Motorsport Network, 23/04/2019), https://www.motorsport.com/extreme-e/news/spark-extreme-e-chassis/4374583/?nrt=6052, (Accessed 03/05/2019)
  3. Jake Kilshaw, 'EXTREME E: Extreme E Base Car Revealed at Goodwood', e-racing365.com, (John Dagys Media, LLC., 05/07/2019), https://e-racing365.com/off-road/extreme-e/extreme-e-base-car-revealed-at-goodwood/, (Accessed 05/07/2019)
  4. 'Continental becomes Founding Partner in Extreme E off-road electric racing series', continental-tires.com, (Continental AG, 31/01/2019), https://www.continental-tires.com/car/about-us/media-services/newsroom/20190131-continental-extreme-e, (Accessed 12/07/2019)
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 'Extreme E reveals world-class Drivers’ Programme', extreme-e.com, (Extreme E, 12/09/2019), https://www.extreme-e.com/en/news/35_Extreme-E-reveals-world-class-Drivers-Programme.html, (Accessed 12/09/2019)
  6. 6.0 6.1 Bluhm von Tobias,'ABT Sportsline wird 2. Team in Extreme E', e-formel.de, (eFormel, 10/07/2019), https://www.e-formel.de/kurzmeldungen/abt-sportsline-wird-2-team-in-extreme-e.html, (Accessed 12/07/2019)
  7. 7.0 7.1 'Extreme E confirms Greenland as Arctic race stage', extreme-e.com, (Extreme E, 30/08/2019), https://www.extreme-e.com/en/news/30_Extreme-E-confirms-Greenlandas-Arctic-race-stage.html, (Accessed 12/09/2019)
  8. 8.0 8.1 Tom Errington, 'Extreme E adds Senegal as final location for inaugural season', autosport.com, (Motorsport Network, 12/12/2019), https://www.autosport.com/fe/news/147584/extreme-e-adds-senegal-as-final-location-for-20, (Accessed 12/12/2019)
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 9.8 Jake Kilshaw, 'EXTREME E: Extreme E Unveils Schedule for Inaugural Season', e-racing365.com, (John Dagys Media, LLC., 17/12/2019), https://e-racing365.com/off-road/extreme-e/extreme-e-unveils-schedule-for-inaugural-season/, (Accessed 18/12/2019)
  10. Jake Kilshaw, 'EXTREME E: Saudi Arabia to Host Extreme E’s Desert Round', e-racing365.com, (John Dagys Media, LLC., 31/10/2019), https://e-racing365.com/off-road/extreme-e/saudi-arabia-to-host-extreme-es-desert-round/, (Accessed 31/10/2019)
  11. Jake Kilshaw, 'EXTREME E: Himalayas Chosen as Extreme E’s Fourth Location', e-racing365.com, (John Dagys Media, LLC., 12/11/2019), https://e-racing365.com/off-road/extreme-e/himalayas-chosen-as-extreme-es-fourth-location/, (Accessed 12/11/2019)
  12. Alex Kalinauckas, 'Extreme E reveals Amazon rainforest as second location', autosport.com, (Motorsport Network, 02/10/2019), https://www.autosport.com/fe/news/146345/extreme-e-reveals-amazon-race-location, (Accessed 02/10/2019)
  13. Sam Smith, 'HWA Commits to Extreme E', e-racing365.com, (John Dagys Media, LLC., 12/07/2019), https://e-racing365.com/off-road/extreme-e/hwa-commit-to-extreme-e/, (Accessed 12/07/2019)
  14. 'Veloce Racing Launches with Extreme E entry', e-racing365.com, (John Dagys Media, LLC., 19/09/2019), https://e-racing365.com/off-road/veloce-racing-launches-with-extreme-e-entry/, (Accessed 19/09/2019)
  15. Jake Kilshaw, 'Venturi Commits to Extreme E', e-racing365.com, (John Dagys Media, LLC., 07/05/2019), https://e-racing365.com/off-road/extreme-e/venturi-commits-to-extreme-e/, (Accessed 07/05/2019)
  16. 'OFF ROAD: Senna Joins Extreme E Drivers’ Program', e-racing365.com, (John Dagys Media, LLC., 17/09/2019), https://e-racing365.com/off-road/senna-joins-extreme-e-drivers-program/, (Accessed 17/09/2019)
  17. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named EL

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