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Teen driver's big break on her track to F1

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Bree Morris, 18, is the seventh female driver to break into NZ's Grand Prix class. The Auckland girl started driving karts as a 10-year-old. Globally, only 1.5 percent of licensed motorsport drivers are women. Women haven't raced in Formula One since Leila Lombardi in 1976.
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Teen driver's big break on her track to F1

Women haven't raced in Formula One in 44 years, but that doesn't stop young drivers like Kiwi Bree Morris wanting to smash down barriers. Now with a start in NZ's Grand Prix class, she's on her way, she tells Suzanne McFadden.

2 months ago
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