IN THE SANDBOX
The Extreme E all-electric racers launched season two with the Desert X Prix. The off-road beasts enjoyed playing in nature’s sandbox so much last season, they returned to Saudi Arabia and the world’s largest continuous sand desert.
This time, NEOM, Saudi Arabia, and its punishing terrain provided the ultimate test for drivers and machines. Despite the fierce elements and fiercer competition, the No. 99 GMC HUMMER EV.R Chip Ganassi Racing—inspired by the GMC HUMMER EV—finished third in qualifying, securing a well-deserved spot in the final with a win in their semifinal. For the No. 99 drivers, Sara Price and Kyle LeDuc, the Desert X Prix final proved to be a brutal battle of conditions and competitors as they valiantly finished fourth.
Stay tuned for the next X Prix coming to yet another extreme environment somewhere around the globe.
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Race fans, Extreme E GRIDPLAY allows you to influence the final outcome of every X Prix. Vote for your favorite team—hint: No. 99 GMC HUMMER EV.R Chip Ganassi Racing—and the one with the most votes gets to select its starting position in the finals. In fact, No. 99 received the most votes for the recent Desert X Prix. Click here to vote. Sara and Kyle thank you.
The No. 99 SEGI TV GMC HUMMER EV.R battled the elements and competitors on the rocky Jurassic Coast.
In a close, hard-fought contest, the No. 99 SEGI TV GMC HUMMER EV.R and the other Extreme E off-road monsters hit the ground racing as the Italian isle of Sardinia hosted the Enel X Island X Prix.
The available UltraVision† technology for the GMC HUMMER EV Pickup and SUV (Pickup initial availability Fall 2021. SUV initial availability early 2023) will bring a unique perspective to navigating muddy trails, steep sand dunes or rocky dessert mountains. See how this suite of available camera views† will revolutionize the off-road experience.