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Survey for Motorsports/F1 and Diversity

Posted by: corbidge - Posted: August 24, 2021

A conversation about Motorsports/F1 and diversity
I am reaching out as I am conducting primary research for my Dissertation towards my Masters degree in International Sports Management. I wanted to share a link to my survey should any motorsport enthusiasts be willing to participate and share their opinions on my topic.
My research aims are to explore the cause and effect of male able-bodied drivers in F1 teams and to identify barriers of progression focussing on female drivers and drivers with disabilities.
If anyone would like to answer my survey (Approx 5-10 minutes) I would greatly appreciate it and pop the link below.

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Good Morning Mollie,

Thank you for sharing your research paper and questionnaire on Formula 1 and diversity, I am sure your findings will be received well by your tutors.

How did your response go from the FB Group and have you had some interesting responses to date? We can of course share this on some of our other social channels to which I am sure will help?

It’s also great to see you have completed a good bit of information on your Student Motorsport profile which will help you get the most out of our network.

Perhaps now add a profile image as it is always nice to be able to ‘put a face to your name’ as they say. Future employers out there will be interested in taking a look at your educational background, your interests and, of course, see what your aims are so keep up the good work!

JP

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