INDIANAPOLIS (July 14, 2020) – Chip Ganassi Racing (CGR) announced today the signing of their second Extreme E driver, Kyle LeDuc, a six-time Pro-4 Short Course Off-Road Champion with a record of 101 victories, giving CGR the first complete driver lineup in the new series. Previously, CGR was the first Extreme E team to announce a driver, confirming Off-road Truck Champion and X Games medalist Sara Price for the 2021 season. LeDuc and Price will wrangle a 550-horsepower, electric SUV in extreme environments around the world that have been damaged or affected by climate and environmental issues. Extreme E’s five-race global voyage, spanning four continents, will highlight the impact of climate change and human activity on some of the world’s most...
We took my Polaris RZR out on a motocross track! The very same track I raced my first race at when I was eight years old, Perris Raceway. We came out to Perris Raceway to scout out jumps for a video we did with our buddies at Hoonigan.
Watch Sara Price teach the Hoonigans how to jump their Polaris RZR properly on a Motocross track on Hoonigan's episode and watch them learn how to NOT jump Scumbug.
Chip Ganassi Racing Becomes First Extreme E Team to Announce Driver with Signing of American Sara Price
Chip Ganassi Racing (CGR) today became the first Extreme E team to announce a driver for their maiden electric racing venture, confirming Off road Truck Champion and X Games Medalist Sara Price for the 2021 Extreme E season. Price is the first-ever female driver for CGR in the team’s 30-year history and is also the first female driver signed in the new series.