• Media ID-3576

    JBXE, founded by Formula One World Champion Jenson Button, makes its debut into the world of electric off-road racing. As both team owner and driver, Jenson will be at the heart of the team, on and off the track, and the whole of JBXE will be working alongside Extreme E to help raise awareness of the both the issues at hand but also to highlight the legacy initiatives being implemented at each race location.

DRIVER LINEUP

  • Media ID-6834

    Molly Taylor

    Molly Taylor grew up in a motorsport family and excelled in national rally competitions, winning the F16 class in the Australian Rally Championship in 2007 and 2008 before moving abroad to follow her dream of becoming a professional rally driver. Success in the UK secured her a scholarship to compete in the World Rally Championship Academy, where she took a maiden stage win in the category. In 2013, Molly’s success in the European Rally Championship elevated her to World Rally Rankings Number 1 International Female Rally Driver, before becoming the first female to achieve a podium position in Junior WRC history, finishing third in the 2014 Rally Finland. Returning to Australia in 2015, Molly finished second in the Australian Rally Championship before going one better with Subaru in 2016. 

  • Media ID-4342

    Kevin Hansen

    Kevin has been a fixture in the FIA World Rallycross Championship for a number of years, securing event wins and multiple podiums for Team Peugeot-Hansen. He has a strong rallycross pedigree in his family from his father Kenneth Hansen -  so it is no surprise he has had so much success.

    Earlier in his career, the 22-year-old Swedish racer secured the 2015 RX2 title and won the 2016 FIA Rookie of the Year award for best up-and-coming driver across the governing body’s championships following his FIA European Rallycross Championship win that year – the youngest driver ever to do so.

DRIVER LINEUP

  • Media ID-6834

    Molly Taylor

    Molly Taylor grew up in a motorsport family and excelled in national rally competitions, winning the F16 class in the Australian Rally Championship in 2007 and 2008 before moving abroad to follow her dream of becoming a professional rally driver. Success in the UK secured her a scholarship to compete in the World Rally Championship Academy, where she took a maiden stage win in the category. In 2013, Molly’s success in the European Rally Championship elevated her to World Rally Rankings Number 1 International Female Rally Driver, before becoming the first female to achieve a podium position in Junior WRC history, finishing third in the 2014 Rally Finland. Returning to Australia in 2015, Molly finished second in the Australian Rally Championship before going one better with Subaru in 2016. 

  • Media ID-4342

    Kevin Hansen

    Kevin has been a fixture in the FIA World Rallycross Championship for a number of years, securing event wins and multiple podiums for Team Peugeot-Hansen. He has a strong rallycross pedigree in his family from his father Kenneth Hansen -  so it is no surprise he has had so much success.

    Earlier in his career, the 22-year-old Swedish racer secured the 2015 RX2 title and won the 2016 FIA Rookie of the Year award for best up-and-coming driver across the governing body’s championships following his FIA European Rallycross Championship win that year – the youngest driver ever to do so.