Breaking down barriers.
Formula One thrives on the people within it. Whether you're a fan, an engineer at the race track, or a team member back at the factory, everyone is important to our journey, and everyone is welcome.
One of the many ways we can all be mindful of inclusion is recognising disabilities and ensuring an accessible and equitable world for all.
In recognition of International Day of People with Disabilities, four-time F1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel and Tobi Young, Senior Vice President for Corporate Regulatory Affairs at Cognizant, sat down with Rachel Brookes from Sky Sports F1 to discuss the issues around inclusion for all.
"I think it's about taking the time and learning the perspectives of people, how they might feel and what their difficulties might be," said Sebastian.
"The best way of doing that is including them and talking to them, and letting them share their story. I think then we get a much better impression of what their life is like, what the problems or the difficulties are, and then tackle them together."
Watch the discussion below to learn more.
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AMF1 celebrates International Day of People with Disabilities
In honour of International Day of People with Disabilities, Rachel Brookes sat down with four-time F1 world champion Sebastian Vettel and Cognizant's Tobi Young to discuss the role of innovation in creating an accessible and equitable world for all.
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