LONDON: Following the launch of the #WeRaceAsOne initiative last year, Formula 1 set out plans to increase diversity and inclusion across the sport, and today a raft of scholarships, apprenticeships, and intern placements for underrepresented groups have been announced as part of those plans.

Thanks to a personal contribution of $1 million from Non-Executive Chairman Chase Carey to finance primarily, but not exclusively, engineering-focused scholarships for underrepresented students, Formula 1 has confirmed three new initiatives to help boost diversity in the sport.

Jun 25, 2020 17:06
LONDON: Formula 1 has unfurled a novel way to raise money for charity, with squares on the race-ending chequered flag set to be available for purchase by fans throughout the 2020 season, beginning at the Austrian Grand Prix on July 5.