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  •   Home > News > Sports > Motorsports

    Former Formula One world champion Jenson Button will own and drive for a team in the inaugural Extreme E motor racing season this year

    Former Formula One world champion Jenson Button will own and drive for a team in the inaugural Extreme E motor racing season this year


    Button has founded the JBXE team, which features electric SUVs racing in off-road locations.

    Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg also own teams that will compete in the five-race series which starts in Saudi Arabia in April but, unlike Button, they will not drive for them.

    MOTORSPORT WITH CRC FIVE FIVE SIX. MADE RIGHT HERE IN NEW ZEALAND

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