Extreme E: Rosberg on England’s coast before the title win
Showdown of the first Extreme E championship in 2021. The final in southern England has a clear favorite: the Rosberg X Racing team with drivers Johan Kristoffersson and Molly Taylor.
But it’s an unequal duel. Team Rosberg has won three out of four races so far. Hamilton’s team around rally record world champion Loeb with its seven world championship titles only scores with consistency: once third, twice fourth, and most recently once fifth.
Rosberg wants manufacturers
Alone: winning the title would only be the first step for team boss Nico Rosberg. He wants the support of a car manufacturer as early as 2022. “We are holding talks on this. A German manufacturer would of course be interesting, ”says Rosberg.
The XPrix on Sunday – transferred to Pro7 MAXX from 1 p.m. – is called Jurassic XPrix. Because you drive on the Atlantic coast of southern England – the Jura coast. The venue is a military base in Dorset, southern England.
Ride on military base
Technical data of the Extreme-E unit vehicle “Odyssey 21”:
Maximum Performance: 400kW / 544 PS
Top speed: 200 km / h
Drive: 2 electric motors (one each on the front and rear axles)
Acceleration 0-100 km / h: 4.5 seconds
Torque: 920 NM
Battery capacity: 55 kWh
Weight: 1650 kg
X44 (Sébastien Loeb, Cristina Gutierrez): 113 points
Andretti United Extreme E (Timmy Hansen, Catie Munnings): 93 points
JBXE Racing (Mikaela Ahlin-Kottulinsky, Kevin Hansen): 92 points
Abbot Cupra XE (Jutta Kleinschmidt, Mattias Ekström): 83 points
Acciona Sainz XE Team (Carlos Sainz, Laia Sanz): 78 points
Segi TV Chip Ganassi Racing (Kyle Le Duc, Sara Price): 63 points
Veloce Racing (Jamie Chadwick, Lance Woolridge): 60 points
Xite Energy Racing (Oliver Bennett, Christine Giampaoli Zonca): 55 points