What makes this the Winning FormulaOur journey from discovery to winning
Scouting younger and wider
Driver development programme
Connecting talent with opportunity
THE FUTURE BUILDS ON THE FOUNDATION OF THE PAST
772 DRIVERS, 5 WOMEN
Across 1000+ FIA World Championship races since 1950 British Grand Prix, only 5 female drivers have competed in qualifying in a Formula 1 Grand Prix. Only 2 have made it to raceday. Maria Teresa de Filippis, the first of these 5, finished 10th in the 1958 Belgian Grand Prix and 17 years later, Lella Lombardi took home points in the 1975 Spanish Grand Prix.
OVER 40 YEARS SINCE A WOMAN COMPETED IN F1
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