Embed from Getty Images. Scantily dressed or not, these pit girls have long been a big part of a wider show around car races, F1 included. It has been more than four decades since that race and since a woman competed in an F1 race. Ever since that time, the women have ruled the sidelines not the races. Grid girls, pit girls, paddock girls, umbrella girls or whatever you call them, have long been a part of the sport before they became an issue of controversy. While some may refer to grid girls purely as eye candy, these girls have jobs to do during racing events. Those who say they are objectified do not understand the roles that these girls play at these events.
Amid a brave new world of sexual consent forms and rage over the "patriarchy," Formula 1 and its FAI ruling body has decided to ban the use of promotional models, known as "grid girls," from its events because they don't " resonate with [the] brand values [of F1] and clearly is at odds with modern day societal norms. Replacing the Grid Girls will be F1's new "Grid Kids" initiative - which is designed to entice younger fans to "get involved" in the racing sport - despite the fact that the program is only available to children who are already involved in a local motorsport club. The move by F1 follows a similar move by the Professional Darts Corporation banned walk-on girls from its competitions. Cooper also implied that grid girls have been misrepresented and put together a photograph collage to highlight that women who work in her trade are not "scantily clad furniture" and that the outfits are more modest. So the inevitable has happened, F1 gridgirls have been banned. Ridiculous that women who say they are "fighting for women's rights" are saying what others should and shouldn't do, stopping us from doing a job we love and are proud to do. So what do the people of twitter think?
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Formula 1's sexy "grid girls" are gone. Race organizers have announced that the trackside models will not be part of the World Championship season beginning March Sean Bratches, managing director of operations, said that the longstanding F1 tradition poses a problem in this politically correct era. Grid girls typically wear outfits adorned with sponsor logos.