Lewis Hamilton has decided to pull out his X44 Vida Carbon Racing team from Extreme E series for 2024, but they will keep an eye on Extreme H.

After three years as part of the Extreme E family, we’re today announcing that X44 will be departing the series. We’ve had an incredible three seasons competing as X44, winning multiple races and even a world championship.

Thank you to our drivers Cristina Gutierrez, Fraser McConnell and Sebastien Loeb and all our talented teammates who worked hard to help us achieve everything we did. Even more than the results on track, we’re proud to have been part of a bigger conversation about how to make motorsport more sustainable, of our success in giving people from all kinds of backgrounds an opportunity to thrive in this team, and of the legacy our team owner Lewis will leave behind with the Racing for All programme.

Although we won’t be competing ourselves in 2024, we’ll be cheering on the series from the sidelines and keeping an eye on the exciting developments at Extreme H. Thank you for all your support.

[Note: The story is as per press release]