• 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-3504

    Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky

    Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky has successfully competed in the Scirocco R-Cup Germany and in the rallycross discipline. In 2015, she took part in the newly established Audi Sport TT Cup. She also started in the junior classification of the ADAC GT Masters in 2016 and in the Audi Sport Racing Academy in 2017, before switching to the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship in 2018, where she made history as the first, and only woman ever to win races in that series.

  • Media ID-3104

    Jenson Button

    Jenson Button spent 17 years racing in the Formula 1 World Championship, taking the title in 2009 with Brawn GP. In recent years, the Briton has successfully tried his hand at many other disciplines and championships including the FIA World Endurance Championship, the Le Mans 24 Hours, British GT and Super GT, which he won with Team Kunimitsu in 2018. Jenson more recently also entered the world of off road racing in 2019 where he competed in both the Mint 400 and the Baja 1000.

DRIVER LINEUP

  • Media ID-3504

    Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky

    Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky has successfully competed in the Scirocco R-Cup Germany and in the rallycross discipline. In 2015, she took part in the newly established Audi Sport TT Cup. She also started in the junior classification of the ADAC GT Masters in 2016 and in the Audi Sport Racing Academy in 2017, before switching to the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship in 2018, where she made history as the first, and only woman ever to win races in that series.

  • Media ID-3104

    Jenson Button

    Jenson Button spent 17 years racing in the Formula 1 World Championship, taking the title in 2009 with Brawn GP. In recent years, the Briton has successfully tried his hand at many other disciplines and championships including the FIA World Endurance Championship, the Le Mans 24 Hours, British GT and Super GT, which he won with Team Kunimitsu in 2018. Jenson more recently also entered the world of off road racing in 2019 where he competed in both the Mint 400 and the Baja 1000.