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Formula 1 launches Drive It Out initiative to fight abuse

Formula 1 announced today the launch of an initiative, 'Drive It Out', in line with the sport's efforts to fight abuse and drive it out of its community. The initiative that has all twenty F1 drivers, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali, and FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem involved, was launched through a video today. Formula 1 said in a press release: 'The Formula 1 community, including all twenty drivers, Stefano Domenicali and Mohammed Ben Sulayem, have come together to deliver a strong message to ‘Drive Out’ any form of abuse, online and at events, and call for greater respect. 'The video message released today (links below) recognises that while passion and competition is a very...
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