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Extreme E 2024 Season

Sustainable. Off-Road. Electric. Mayhem.  What's not to like about Extreme E? Generate and print a set of free Extreme E bingo cards to play with your friends over an X Prix, a double header race weekend and/or over the whole 2024 season!

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What is Extreme E?

Extreme E is an international motorsport series that was first run in 2021 and is now in its 4th season.  The E stands for Electric.  Each team has two drivers, one male and one female, and all compete in Odyssey 21 electric SUVs. They race in extreme environments – sand, ice, mud – around the world.

The purpose of Extreme E is to highlight endangered remote environments and fight climate change by

  1. Promoting greater environmental responsibility
  2. Reducing the overall climate impact from sports
  3. Using its platform to educate for climate action
  4. Promoting sustainable and responsible consumption
  5. Advocating for climate action through its communications

Extreme E’s own carbon footprint is being kept low by drastically restricting the numbers of attendees at races (small teams, no spectators) and transporting all freight and infrastructure, including the vehicles, on the St Helena ship instead of by air (resulting in quite long gaps between races).  The St Helena also carries out scientific missions and Extreme E’s Legacy Programme supports environmental projects in each race location.

Fans can take part in the Extreme E Count Us In Challenge and pledge to take practical steps to reduce their own carbon footprint.

In 2025, Extreme E will become Extreme H.  The Extreme H car will have the same chassis and powertrain as the Extreme E car but will be powered by a hydrogen fuel cell instead of a battery.

Extreme E Teams and Drivers

The 2024 entrants list is out – but if it’s anything like 2023, expect lots of changes as the season progresses!

  • ACCIONA | Sainz XE Team –Fraser McConnell & Laia Sanz
  • Andretti Altawkilat Extreme E – Timmy Hansen & Catie Munnings
  • JBXE – Andreas Bakkerud & Dania Akeel
  • Legacy Motor Club (new for 2024) – Travis Pastrana & Gray Leadbetter
  • Neom McLaren Extreme E – Mattias Ekström & Cristina Gutiérrez
  • Rosberg X Racing – Johan Kristoffersson & Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky
  • Sun Minimeal Team (new for 2024) – Timo Scheider & Klara Andersson
  • Veloce Racing – Kevin Hansen & Molly Taylor

Four teams that raced in 2023 are not on the 2024 grid.  X44 and ABT CUPRA have left the series.  Carl Cox Motorsport and Chip Ganassi Racing are also not racing this year but will probably be back in 2025 for Extreme H.

Extreme E also has two Championship Drivers who attend all races in an advisory and testing role and function as reserve drivers for all teams in case anyone is unable to compete.  For 2024, it’s the same two drivers who were in the role at the end of last season – Patrick O’Donovan and Christine GZ .

Extreme E Calendar

Just like the 2023 calendar, the 2024 race calendar consists of ten races arranged as 5 double headers.  Each of the two qualifying sessions will consist of two 4 car heats and the winner of each heat will collect one championship point as well as round points. The top 4 teams after qualy will then race in the Grand Final and the other 4 in the Redemption Race.  Any ties on points will be decided by which team is fastest in the Continental Traction Challenge.

  • Desert XPrix – 17th & 18th February 2024 – Jeddah, Saudi Arabia – Round 1 won by RXR and Round 2 by Acciona Sainz
  • “TBC” XPrix – 13th & 14th July 2024 – Somewhere in Europe
  • Island XPrix – 14th & 15th September 2024 – Sardinia
  • Island XPrix (again) – 21st & 22nd September 2024 – Sardinia again
  • Valley XPrix – 23rd & 24th November 2024 – Phoenix, USA

Will RXR win the championship for a 3rd time?  Or will a different team take the crown this year?

How To Play Extreme E Bingo

Extreme E Bingo can be played over one XPrix, over a double header weekend or over the entire season, alone or with friends. The card you see on this page is just a sample – here’s how to generate your own unique cards.

  1. Select your card size – if you don’t want the default 4×4 you can change to 3×3 or 5×5 using the dropdown menu in the Grid Size box.  We suggest using a smaller size for playing over a race weekend and alarger size for playing over the entire season.
  2. Add any extra items you’d like to appear on your cards in the box where it says “Enter words/emojis”
  3. Press “Generate Bingo Cards
  4. You’ll see an example, playable card (touch or click on an item to make the square change colour)
  5. If you want printable cards, choose a number of cards to print (from the drop down or enter a number in the “custom number” box).  Then press “Generate Printable Cards” to produce a set of cards which will all be different from each other.
  6. If you don’t have a printer you can invite your friends by entering their email addresses in the box and pressing Invite – you’ll each receive a link to a different card which can be printed or played online.
  7. We recommend printed cards for Extreme E bingo, as a race weekend consists of several sessions.
  8. Watch the races together – either in the same room or via a watch party – and daub the items off as they happen, online or on printed cards.  The winner is the first to daub them all, or the player who has daubed the most by the end of the weekend or season.
  9. Enjoy!
Sue Dawson
Head of Content

Sue Dawson has been writing about (and playing) online bingo and slots since 2013, putting her unique spin on everything.  She has written pieces for iGaming industry news sites, appeared on panels at industry events and on podcasts, helped to judge industry awards and is a member of industry think tank Ampersand Plus.