Jenson Button, 2009 F1 World Champion, sees the future in the electric form of auto racing. Starting with a team owner and Extreme E racer, the British think it wouldn’t make any sense soon to use the traditional fuel-powered SUV in the King class, too.
|Petrol cars will be obsolete within ten years, Jenson Button says (Image: DPPI)|
After Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg Jenson Button was the third world champion in Formula 1 Which announced that it will launch its own team in Extreme E. starting this year in the electric off-road series Patton, unlike Hamilton and Rosberg, also takes part as a pilot, And it is increasingly sticking to the electric form of racing cars.
It won’t be possible to buy a petrol-powered car in the UK in about a decade. It would be outdated, so it wouldn’t make sense to use such fuel-powered machines in Formula 1 as well. In the future, all categories of motorsport will be electric. ” Says 2009 F1 World Champion.
A button about Extreme E itself and the responsibilities of the series participants He also shared his views.
“As a parent, you think better about the future and what your children will look like and what you leave them with when they grow up. British said. – It’s a very special series, and the people who work in it can flood the world with a lot of consciousness. We all get our share of it, but of course I’m not saying I’m going to change the world. “
Season 1 of Extreme E. Will start in Saudi Arabia on 3-4 April. In addition, the field this year Senegal, Greenland, Brazil and Argentina, That is, it visits sites that have been severely damaged by natural changes due to pollution.