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    Andretti United Extreme E brings together two powerhouses in the world of motorsport, U.S-based Andretti Autosport and England’s United Autosports. Between them they boast some of the biggest names in racing including McLaren CEO Zak Brown and former racing driver Richard Dean on the United side, and racing legend Michael Andretti himself. With a great history which includes IndyCar, Formula E, GT 4 America, British GT, the European and Asian Le Mans series and the Le Mans 24 hr race, this team knows racing.

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    Catie Munnings

    Munnings is an up and coming British rally driver who started competing from a young age. In 2016 and at just 18 years of age, she won the European Rally Championship Ladies trophy. In 2017 and 2018, she claimed a series of stage class victories while also forging a successful TV career as the host of CBeebies show, Catie’s Amazing Machines. In 2020 Munnings made her debut in the World Rally Championship.

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    Timmy Hansen

    Hansen began his motorsport career in karting and circuit racing before switching his focus to rallycross from 2012. After finishing third overall in the 2013 European Rallycross Championship, the following year he made the step up to the FIA World Rallycross Championship, taking his maiden win in Italy before finishing fourth in the standings. More wins came for the Swede in the following years before finishing sixth in the 2018 championship. In 2019, he recorded four wins, clinching the Drivers and Teams title, alongside his brother and team mate, Kevin Hansen.

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  • Media ID-2557

    Catie Munnings

    Munnings is an up and coming British rally driver who started competing from a young age. In 2016 and at just 18 years of age, she won the European Rally Championship Ladies trophy. In 2017 and 2018, she claimed a series of stage class victories while also forging a successful TV career as the host of CBeebies show, Catie’s Amazing Machines. In 2020 Munnings made her debut in the World Rally Championship.

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    Timmy Hansen

    Hansen began his motorsport career in karting and circuit racing before switching his focus to rallycross from 2012. After finishing third overall in the 2013 European Rallycross Championship, the following year he made the step up to the FIA World Rallycross Championship, taking his maiden win in Italy before finishing fourth in the standings. More wins came for the Swede in the following years before finishing sixth in the 2018 championship. In 2019, he recorded four wins, clinching the Drivers and Teams title, alongside his brother and team mate, Kevin Hansen.