What Mexico’s “Racepect” campaign says about F1’s toxicity problem

The Mexico City promoters were alarmed by antisocial behaviour at sporting events around the world, fueled by the toxic polarisation of social media and society as a whole.They launched an awareness-raising campaign called “Racepect”, encouraging fans to leave the fighting to the 20 F1 drivers on the track rather than let it spill over into the grandstands or on online platforms.The race’s efforts …Keep reading

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