Charlotte Tilbury becomes first female created brand to bond with F1 Academy

F1 Academy stated today a groundbreaking partnership with Charlott Tilbury that witnesses the company become a partner of the F1 Academy.

TheInternational beauty brand breaks history as the first female company to work with F1 Academy and join the first world sports sponsorship.

Charlotte Tilbury is a skin-care and makeup emporium which aims to help young woman with their ambitions of getting into one of the highest levels of motorsport in the world.

Susie Wolf MBE, Managing Director of F1 Academy proclaimed;” At F1 ACADEMY we want young women and girls to feel confident to chase their dreams, no matter the odds.

“We are on a mission to transform access to our sport, celebrate trailblazing female pioneers in our industry, and inspire a new generation of young women to pursue a career in motorsport.

I want to thank Charlotte for believing in our mission and enabling us to reach a new audience of young women to showcase the opportunities available to them in our sport. Our message to them is simple: dare to dream.”

Charlotte Tilbury, MBE, President, Chairman, CCO and Founder of Charlotte and Tilbury declared;”Empowering everyone, everywhere to unlock the magic of confidence has always been my passion and purpose – a value shared by Susie Wolff and F1 ACADEMY.

“My brand was created for everyone, everywhere, and as a female-founder I’m thrilled that we’re the first ever beauty brand to support these powerhouse drivers through our partnership with the F1 ACADEMY.

“We are standing proudly behind the incredible young women making waves in the fast-paced world of Formula 1.”

She further spoke about how her brand will help young aspiring female drivers reach their goals.

Tilbury said;”Motorsport has a huge female following, and the drivers of F1 ACADEMY are already increasing representation and diversity in the sport. With this partnership, we will use our global platform to elevate this new generation of fearless young female drivers and open up the traditionally male-dominated world of motorsport to even more talented young women.”