Identifying and Supporting Tomorrow's motorsport talent

Identifying & Supporting Tomorrow's motorsport talent

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Britain’s current under-16 year old boy / girl karting license ratio split is 1,794 / 139. This means that females are outnumbered by a factor of 14:1. In other words; less than 8%. Source: Racefans.net

The Fernley Foundation supports key educational and employment opportunities across motorsport that will give under-represented talent the chance to work in this incredible sport and build an exciting career. Together with our partners and friends, the objective is to create life-changing opportunities for youngsters with challenging backgrounds and situations.

We believe everyone deserves a chance to succeed in the motorsport industry.

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UNIVERSITY PROJECT

The Fast Track to Formula One project is geared to encourage more young people – particularly those from diverse and disadvantaged backgrounds – to aim for the sky in motor sports.

STEM SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAMME

Two benefactors, Kingfisher and ROKiT, have teamed up with the University of Bolton to fund the cost of propelling two disadvantaged youngsters into the exciting world of Formula One.

An exiting new project embracing the latest technology and designed to give UK based youngsters from all backgrounds, ethnicities and gender an equal opportunity to engage and work in motorsport.

MOTORSPORT EDUCATION

Johnny Herbert Racing the Ensign F1 Car

Johnny Herbert Racing the Ensign F1 Car

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