Britain’s Chadwick to drive in Extreme E climate-change racing series

Williams development driver Jamie Chadwick has been named as one of three women to drive in Extreme E, which kicks off in Greenland in 2021.
Extreme E – Formula E’s sister series – aims to highlight climate change in five remote locations as 12 cars go head-to-head in electric SUVs.
“Racing in incredible locations, raising awareness for climate change… what’s not to love,” said Jamie Chadwick.
Drivers will race head-to-head over three days in each location, with routes designed within a 10km radius with natural obstacles in fully electric SUVs, which are capable of reaching 0-62mph in 4.5 seconds.

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