The CEO of Formula 1 does not believe that there are female drivers "in the next five years"

The CEO of Formula 1, the Italian Stefano Domenicali, was skeptical about a short-term arrival of a pilot to the Formula 1 World Championshipsomething that he does not expect to happen “in the next five years”, although It is an option that they continue to handle in the organization.

“Realistically speaking: I don’t see a female driver in Formula 1 in the next five years, unless something happens that is like some kind of meteorite entering the earth“, said, forcefully, Domenicali at a press conference prior to the Belgian Grand Prix that will be held next weekend.

The Italian leader clarified, however, that in the category they are “totally committed to giving the maximum possibilities to women“, but indicated that “they must do it properly and without haste,” according to a dispatch from the DPA agency.

We want to develop the right parameters with the right step-by-step approach so that they can start racing against the drivers at the right age and with the right car.. That’s really what we’re working on,” she admitted.

In the history of F1 only Italians Maria Teresa de Filippis, who qualified for three races in the 1950s, and Lella Lombardi, who ran a few in the 1970s, can boast of having competed in the top category. of world motorsport.

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