The Extreme E with more equipment and new scenarios

Alejandro Agag, founder and CEO of the electrical category, confirmed that three teams will join for a total of 12 and that he is analyzing organizing races in Mexico and Chile.

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The brand new electrical category Extreme E, which will make the second date on your calendar on the weekend in Senegal, could soon add new equipment, terminals and scenarios. This was confirmed Alexander Agag, its founder and CEO.

Extreme ECurrently the specialty has new teams, including those from Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg y Jenson Button, three champions of the F1; and two brands, like Hummer y CUPRA. But this could change in the near future.

“We have a maximum of 12 places. Now there are nine teams and there is another team that I will announce soon. There are two more left that I am almost sure that in Season 2 we will already be 12, or maybe 11 and I save one more for Season 3 ", Agag pointed out, who also trusted that there is some more automotive interested in participating in the championship.

Extreme ERegarding the possibility of adding new scenarios, the Spanish businessman stated that he has a Mexico y Chile in the sights. “I have been in Mexico for about two months visiting possible locations for a race. Maybe in Season 2. I've been to the Yucatan Peninsula for a possible jungle race. I have not found much space, the truth is that the jungle, luckily for the environment, is quite thick in that part of Mexico. We would very much like to go to Mexico, that's the plan ”He said.

While on the chance to visit trans-Andean soil, he indicated: “Chile is one of the places where we could be very soon. I know the Atacama desert, it seems to me a spectacular place and there is also a lot of story to tell about what is happening with the water situation there. It is a place that I would very much like to organize a race, let's see if we can do it soon ”.

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