Racing “DNA”… Diversity Needs Acceptance.

The Buxton Blog

With the motorsport world still seemingly debating the issue of women racers, it was heartening to see two female friends achieving success at the weekend. Vicky Piria recorded her first F3 podium at Paul Ricard, while Alice Powell romped to yet another F3 victory at her home circuit of Silverstone. It was further proof, if it was needed, that women do, of course, have the requisite mental aptitude not only to race but to race fast, hard and successfully.

I’ve been thinking about the topic quite a lot recently. Why haven’t we seen more women racing in F1? And it has led me down many paths. Paths based not simply upon gender, but upon nationality, race and, latterly, paths based upon sexuality.

Jason Collins comes out on the cover of Sports Illustrated Jason Collins comes out on the cover of Sports Illustrated

Today, my attention was drawn to a tweet to an article from NBC Sports, announcing that an…

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