Tom Brady Is Racing Into a New Career After NFL Retirement

Ja Morant's longtime pal was arrested on Wednesday for misdemeanor assault on a minor at his Memphis Grizzlies house, prompting a civil lawsuit. 

The organization announced on July 20 that Tom Brady has joined the electric raceboat competition UIM E1 World Championship as a team owner.

The former quarterback is the sixth candidate to enter the contest, and he'll have some tough competition. 

Team owners include tennis champion Rafael Nadal, soccer star Didier Drogba, and Formula One driver Sergio Pérez.

"E1 combines several things I love—speed, intensity, being on the water, intense competition, and innovative leaders," Brady said, according to a statement obtained by Reuters. 

"I'm thrilled to be joining Rafael Nadal, Didier Drogba, and Sergio Pérez, all great athletes with the same desire to compete at the highest level and collaborate to help make the boating industry more sustainable, create incredible events, and, most importantly, win."

According to the competition's website, the eight-race season, which begins in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, in early 2024,

 will feature up to ten teams comprised of an owner as well as one male and one female pilot. Brady also had some words for his opponents.

"My message to our competitors is to be prepared for second place because we are aiming for first," he continued.

Brady's latest action comes after he officially announced his retirement from the NFL in February. 


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