It’s a big year for female racing.
The first ever female Formula 1 Grand Prix will be held in 2017 and women will compete in every single one of the teams in the series.
“It’s a huge year for the sport, it’s a year for women,” said Dr. Annabelle Boudreau, president of the Canadian Federation of F1 Racing.
“We’re looking forward to the start of 2017.”
The 2018 season will feature the first full-season race in the United States, which will be staged at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in New Hampshire, New Hampshire.
There will also be the first race in Canada.
And the first season in Canada will kick off on April 9 with a full-blown women’s Formula E race at Exhibition Place.
“It’s going to be a massive year for us, and the excitement is huge,” said Ms. Boud, who is the president of an organization that promotes women’s sports.
“The women’s racing world is really growing.
In addition to the women’s series, Canada has the women-only Formula Renault 2.0 Cup, a Women’s Formula Renault Cup, and two women’s World Series events. “
In Canada, we’re the only one of Canada’s sports that has a women’s track.”
In addition to the women’s series, Canada has the women-only Formula Renault 2.0 Cup, a Women’s Formula Renault Cup, and two women’s World Series events.
A full list of all of the races can be found on the official F1 website.
“I’m thrilled to see that Canada is joining the F1 family and being a part of the celebration of gender equality in sports,” said F1 commissioner Jean Todt.
“This year we are bringing the F4 to the Canadian capital and will celebrate all of our great sports.”
F1 in Canada was first introduced in 1993, and its first season took place in Montreal, Quebec.
It moved to its current venue in Ottawa, Ontario, in 2010.
Last season saw its highest attendance in more than 20 years, with nearly 8 million fans tuning in for the opening round of the inaugural season.
F1 is expected to see more overtures in the coming years.
The sport was added to the calendar in 2018 by the FIA and expanded by the WEC in 2019, which saw it become the first F1 racing series to have two events in the same year.
With the 2018 season, the series will include races in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Belgium, Japan, Italy and China.