2020-06-30 12:09 Autosport

How Mercedes can address the lack of minority representation in F1

As Mercedes revealed that only 3% of its Formula 1 workforce identified as having a minority ethnic background, the team has sought change. But it must also help fix the societal imbalance that hinders BAME involvement in F1 and other STEM careers

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