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2021 - Present


Veloce and E.ON aim to encourage a more sustainable future through clean energy and together we continue to push our collective ambitions to the very limit. 2023 has already encompassed an inspired elevation for the partnership, with Veloce Racing securing a maiden Extreme E race victory at the Desert X Prix in Saudi Arabia, followed by a second win, at home, in the Hydro X Prix in Scotland.

The partnership so far

Our relationship and drive for a more sustainable future also goes way beyond the track. E.ON's initiatives in collaboration with Veloce – through our ‘Kids in Motorsport’ programme or at events such as Fully Charged to name just a few – focuses on the twin goals of promoting greater diversity in sport and inspiring people to make their own commitments in tackling the climate crisis.

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To the future

“Getting people excited about the switch to lower carbon motoring is a key part of the journey to a zero-carbon world. Veloce Racing and the Extreme E all-electric off-road series is proving EVs have the grunt to go with the green credentials.

“Alongside Veloce we’re able to reach a huge number of people and champion both organisations’ shared values around essential topics like fighting the climate crisis and making even more progress towards equality and meaningful diversity, and we couldn’t have a better partner to share our vision.”

Scott Somerville, Chief Marketing Officer at E.ON UK

“We’re thrilled to have E.ON with us for our second season in Extreme E."

"E.ON remains at the forefront of the energy industry and all that they are doing in pursuit of a more sustainably powered future aligns with Veloce's own ambitions within the motorsport world. As a company E.ON strives to champion equality and sustainability; Extreme E and Veloce Racing are great platforms to display these commitments and we're delighted to be working with such a progressive company."

Daniel Bailey, Chief Executive Officer at Veloce Racing
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