Monaco #PositivelyCharged grid moment highlights how Formula E is accelerating change

The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, its teams, drivers and host cities are accelerating positive change in a race towards a better future. In Monaco, Formula E celebrated a series of partnerships that are driving this change ahead of the series’ return to the principality’s historic streets for the 2021 Monaco E-Prix. READ MORE: Formula E shows just how overtaking’s done in Monaco. The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship has been hosting the grassroots programme since its inception, inviting young women aged between 8 and 18 years-old to discover, for free, different aspects of the motorsport industry through activities and workshops promoting inclusivity in an innovative, engaging and positive manner. The Prince Albert of Monaco Foundation is a long-term partner of the all-electric FIA World Championship and sustainability is a long-term focus of the Principality of Monaco. Prince Albert II, FIA President Jean Todt, President of the Automobile Club de Monaco Michel Boeri, Minister of State of Monaco H.E.

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