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    Veloce Racing, co-founded by the team behind its industry-leading sister organisation Veloce Esports, counts double Formula E Champion and former Formula 1 driver Jean-Éric Vergne in its backroom staff, with legendary designer Adrian Newey driving the operation as ‘Lead Visionary’.

DRIVER LINEUP

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    Molly Taylor

    After winning the maiden Extreme E championship with Rosberg X Racing (RXR) alongside Johan Kristoffersson in 2021, Australian Molly Taylor returns to the series with Veloce Racing for the Season 2 finale in Uruguay as well as the forthcoming 2023 campaign. This is not the first-time she will partner new Veloce Racing team-mate Kevin Hansen either – the pair raced together as part of Taylor’s one-race deal with JBXE at the Season 2 opener in NEOM, Saudi Arabia. Alongside Kristoffersson in Season 1, Taylor helped secure three victories for Nico Rosberg’s RXR outfit.

    Taylor grew up in a motorsport family with Molly’s mother Coral a four-time Australian Rally Champion co-driver. She became the first female to achieve a podium position in Junior WRC history, finishing third in the 2014 Rally Finland. After success abroad, Taylor finished second in the Australian Rally Championship before going one better with Subaru in 2016. In early 2022 Taylor became the first Australian woman to drive the gruelling Dakar rally and will take on the challenge again in 2023.

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    Kevin Hansen

    Hansen links up with Veloce Racing having been a fixture in off-road racing for several years, both in Extreme E and in the FIA World Rallycross Championship. In the latter, Hansen has secured event wins and multiple podiums for Team Peugeot-Hansen and is currently fourth in this year’s standings. His highest FIA World Rallycross Championship finish was third in 2019, the season in which he secured his maiden victory in the series.

    In 2021, Kevin entered Extreme E with Jenson Button’s team, JBXE, at the championship’s second event – the Ocean X Prix in Senegal. Initially recruited as reserve driver for the team, Hansen took over from Button himself to partner Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky and the Swedish pairing secured four podiums in four X Prix to finish third in the Extreme E Season 1 standings. For the opening four rounds of Season 2, Hansen drove for JBXE where he initially partnered new Veloce Racing team-mate Taylor at the Desert X Prix before racing alongside Hedda Hosås – with the Scandinavian duo bagging a podium at NEOM Island X Prix I.

DRIVER LINEUP

  • Media ID-9584

    Molly Taylor

    After winning the maiden Extreme E championship with Rosberg X Racing (RXR) alongside Johan Kristoffersson in 2021, Australian Molly Taylor returns to the series with Veloce Racing for the Season 2 finale in Uruguay as well as the forthcoming 2023 campaign. This is not the first-time she will partner new Veloce Racing team-mate Kevin Hansen either – the pair raced together as part of Taylor’s one-race deal with JBXE at the Season 2 opener in NEOM, Saudi Arabia. Alongside Kristoffersson in Season 1, Taylor helped secure three victories for Nico Rosberg’s RXR outfit.

    Taylor grew up in a motorsport family with Molly’s mother Coral a four-time Australian Rally Champion co-driver. She became the first female to achieve a podium position in Junior WRC history, finishing third in the 2014 Rally Finland. After success abroad, Taylor finished second in the Australian Rally Championship before going one better with Subaru in 2016. In early 2022 Taylor became the first Australian woman to drive the gruelling Dakar rally and will take on the challenge again in 2023.

  • Media ID-9585

    Kevin Hansen

    Hansen links up with Veloce Racing having been a fixture in off-road racing for several years, both in Extreme E and in the FIA World Rallycross Championship. In the latter, Hansen has secured event wins and multiple podiums for Team Peugeot-Hansen and is currently fourth in this year’s standings. His highest FIA World Rallycross Championship finish was third in 2019, the season in which he secured his maiden victory in the series.

    In 2021, Kevin entered Extreme E with Jenson Button’s team, JBXE, at the championship’s second event – the Ocean X Prix in Senegal. Initially recruited as reserve driver for the team, Hansen took over from Button himself to partner Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky and the Swedish pairing secured four podiums in four X Prix to finish third in the Extreme E Season 1 standings. For the opening four rounds of Season 2, Hansen drove for JBXE where he initially partnered new Veloce Racing team-mate Taylor at the Desert X Prix before racing alongside Hedda Hosås – with the Scandinavian duo bagging a podium at NEOM Island X Prix I.