- Only three of the 10 F1 teams had a published code of ethics
- Clarity needed on issues such as sustainability and human rights
Formula One teams must do more to improve their governance and transparency if they are to embrace a sustainable future, according to new research.
The report by the Standard Ethics group has concluded that F1 teams need to make clear their position and goals on environmental, social and governance issues, with only three of the 10 on the grid currently having a publicly stated code of ethics.
Written by Giles Richards
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