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Calum Nicholas

Season 2, Ep. 10

Now if you’re an F1 regular, you’ll likely recognise Calum Nicholas from those tense in-race moments captured in the Red Bull garage, or more positively, cheering on Max Verstappen from the pit wall as he crosses the line. Today, we’re hearing all about what life is like as a Senior Power Unit Technician at one of Formula 1’s top teams, where he is also part of the World Record holding pit-stop crew, who smashed a 1.82 second stop at the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix. With diversity in the industry important to him, he has had some involvement with the Hamilton Commission’s ongoing research and is also an advocate for apprenticeships as a tool for widening access, which we discuss in this episode.

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4/14/2021

Pressing Pause (for now)

Season 2, Ep. 11
What a brilliant first two seasons it’s been for the Driven by Diversity Podcast. We’ve listened, learnt and also laughed - in the company of some incredible, inspiring talents from the motorsport world. From deeply personal stories to powerful advice, thought-provoking insight, uplifting anecdotes and everything in between, we set out to spotlight diverse figures in the sport we love, in the hope that you, our listeners, could feel empowered knowing there’s a place for you, no matter your background.But yup, you read the show title right. We’re putting our mics back in their boxes for now, because we have big news. If you’ve been following our personal journeys over the last few months, you’ll know that our very own Ariana Bravo has been making moves - hosting and speaking for the likes of F1, FIA Girls on Track UK and ASI Connect. But the fun doesn’t stop there! Each F1 race weekend on your digital airwaves you’ll now be able to catch Ariana as the OFFICIAL host of the Autosport Podcast! We could not be more proud.As Ariana heads off for a busy 2021 season of F1 race coverage, we’ve recorded a special ep to round things off. We take a look back at the very beginning, discuss key takeaways and share hopes and aspirations for the future. We might chat some rubbish too, but we’ll let that one slide!Whilst positive change is on the horizon, the work though is far from over - be assured, Driven by Diversity as an initiative will very much continue! Remember to keep in touch via the links below and drop a message if you want to be involved in any of the work DBD is doing in the background. For now, hit that play button and listen in for a stripped back version of our final Driven by Diversity Podcast episode.@WeAreDrivenByDiversity@ArianaBravoF1@StephJTurner_www.drivenbydiversity.com/Content created by or featuring diverse individuals in the motorsport space, as mentioned in this episode:On The Chicane:www.onthechicane.comhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtvLg_YP2X6AvCwMMKzrHEg/featured@OnTheChicane_Motorsport101:www.motorsport101.comhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4rqvH8eQejmCSvkCt8u47AHidden Voices:https://www.spreaker.com/show/hidden-voicesF1 x FIA Girls on Track UK "Meet the Women of Formula 1" Sessionshttps://youtu.be/PcwNAglS47cFIA Girls on Track UK Community Facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/groups/girlsontrackuk/