F1 Director Feels Sport Needs To Work Hard On Diversity

Brawn says motorsport requires a revamp from grassroots to the top.

F1 director Ross Brawn feels the sport needs to work hard to make it more diverse.

World champion Lewis Hamilton is the only black driver on the grid and has been vocal in his support for protests following the killing of African American George Floyd in the USA.

Brawn says motorsport requires a revamp from grassroots to the top:

Former F1 driver Karun Chandhok says he still experiences racism in the paddock nowadays.

Chandhok has retired from driving and now works as a television pundit for Sky Sports:

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