More Than Equal is an initiative set up to help find the first female Formula One world champion who has opened the public application process for their Driver Development Programme.

The application process opened on January 4 and runs through to January 31st.

Ali Donnelly, CEO at More than Equal said:

“No woman has raced competitively in Formula 1 in close to 50 years, and very few women are racing at the elite level of any motorsport series currently. In order to enact lasting structural change, we need to do things differently. For us, that means investing in and developing female drivers early in their careers, and we are thrilled to be taking the first steps towards that by launching our female-dedicated programme in 2024.”

Ex-British Cycling Head of Performance Pathways Tom Stanton, now Head of Driver Development at More than Equal, added:

“Our programme is designed to support and enhance the development of female drivers in three key areas: as a driver, as an athlete and as a person. I’m excited to be working with Smedley Group and Hintsa Performance to maximise the potential of talented drivers, making them the winners of the future.”

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