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Prodrive partners with Hamilton's X44 Extreme E team

Prodrive has partnered with reigning Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton's X44 Extreme E team which will compete in the inaugural season of the new all-electric off-road championship. Hamilton's X44 is one of nine teams competing this year, which will see the series race at remote locations across the world, raising awareness of the environment and […]
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