For over 70 years, Formula 1 has been regarded as the pinnacle of motorsport. While fans may be enamoured with the high-speed racing and luxurious lifestyle, the world of F1 has long been reserved for a very select group of male athletes.
The stage is set for Saudi Arabia’s all-female Rally Jameel, with 108 competitors from 38 countries poised to take on a challenging new route for the race’s third edition.
Here’s how 24 Hours of Daytona works: The best teams fly into the International Speedway, the same site where the Daytona 500 just wrapped, from all over the world.
Three-time W Series Champion, Indy NXT competitor and Williams Academy Driver Jamie Chadwick announced Friday that she is launching an all-female karting programme with Daytona Motorsport.
Discover the shift towards inclusivity in Formula 1 racing as women challenge stereotypes and aim for the pinnacle of motorsport. Explore the impact of initiatives like the F1 Academy and sponsorships in driving change.
Three-time W Series champion Jamie Chadwick has launched a new programme to nurture young female drivers.
Applications are currently being accepted for the 2025-26 IMSA Diverse Driver Development Scholarship. The scholarship has grown every year, and this fourth year is no exception. With Skip Barber Racing School coming onboard as a new partner, the potential worth of the scholarship is now more than $300,000.
Inspiring others, testing her skills, and a love of fast cars drives medical director of The Centre for Medical Aesthetics, Dr Amy Chahal, “to be the best I can be”.