Extreme E: Alejandro Agag says the world is now ready to listen

Alejandro Agag took some big risks with Extreme E and there was a degree of scepticism about the idea of racing electric buggies in remote locations that have been ravaged by climate change. Despite a few teething problems with dust, accidents, and race formats, the first event in Saudi Arabia went well and an impressive list of drivers and team owners has evolved, including many top names and …Keep reading

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