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Alpine unveil new plans to help female drivers reach F1

Article To news overview © Alpine Alpine have announced the formation of a new 'Rac(H)er' programme aimed at increasing diversity within the team's workforce and helping female talent reach F1. At present, women make up just 12 per cent of the company's workforce, and only 10 per cent of the F1 team. As such, Alpine are set to invest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) courses to encourage women to enter the field. A mentoring programme will then be implemented across all departments of the company to support women in their chosen careers. Alpine's target is to grow the proportion of women in the workforce from 12 per cent to 30 per cent within five years, beginning...
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