Diversity and Inclusion Diversity and Inclusion

Over the past two years, Formula 1 has undergone significant change as we aim to reshape the business to broaden its appeal globally and attract new audiences.

Working with our partners across the F1 community, we are committed to building a more diverse and inclusive sport, breaking down the stereotypes associated with a career in motorsports and encouraging people from all backgrounds to get involved.

F1 will develop education programmes that inspire young people to study STEM subjects, partner with the FIA to eliminate barriers to entry across the single-seater racing series and implement positive changes that attract and nurture diverse talent at every level of our organisation. Our goal is to have a meritocracy that promotes the most talented drivers into F1, regardless of gender or ethnicity.

Addressing this issue will take time but we are in no doubt that the steps we are taking to improve representation in our business will have a positive impact in the long term.
We are passionate about this important subject, and excited about the new opportunities that it will create for our fans and the next generation of talent.