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Mercedes announces diversity boost to F1 team

Mercedes has announced an increase in employees from under-represented backgrounds, following the launch of its Accelerate 25 programme. In 2020, the Brackley-based squad launched the initiative, which aims to increase team diversity across five years. In its latest report, Mercedes says that 18 months into the programme, female team members have risen from 12 per […]
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