Formula One is making way for women: Claire Williams

Claire Williams, who was appointed as deputy team principal of Williams last week, believes the perceptions of F1 as a male-dominated sport 'are being broken down'.

updated: April 04, 2013 12:28 IST
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London: Claire Williams believes that her appointment as deputy team principal of Williams proves that Formula One is no longer the patriarchal enclave it once was.

Williams took up her new role at father Frank's marque last week, following the example set by Monisha Kaltenborn, who is the current team principal at Sauber.

"Formula One may be perceived as being male-dominated, but those perceptions are being broken down now," Williams told BBC Radio 4 on Wednesday.

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