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Alpine launches programme to push female F1 drivers

Alpine has announced the launch of its ‘Rac(H)er’ programme, which aims to increase female representation in the company throughout all sectors. This includes direct changes to its own driver roster, and forms part of the Renault Group’s long-term goal outlined in the 2021 ‘Renaulution strategic plan’. The team says that females currently make up just […]
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