The Australian Grand Prix Corporation are thrilled to announce the What Ability Foundation as the community impact partner of the FORMULA 1 ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX 2024. The What Ability Foundation’s vision is to create an inclusive community across Australia, embarking on a mission to unlock one million experiences for individuals with disabilities and their families.
Today’s announcement emphasises both organisations’ commitment to prioritising fun for people living with disabilities and ensuring that the FORMULA 1 ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX 2024 is an event that is accessible for fans.
The FORMULA 1 ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX 2024 will see What Ability act as a presenting partner of the Turn 12 accessible platform as well as an activation site for all the fans to visit at Albert Park. The partnership spanning two years will also offer money can’t buy experiences for people with a disability to see behind the scenes of the Formula 1® spectacle.
“We are very excited to announce What Ability Foundation as the community impact partner for this year’s Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix.” – Haydn Lane, Australian Grand Prix Corporation General Manager Corporate Affairs & ESG.
“The partnership will support What Ability Foundation in their goal of fostering inclusivity throughout Australia by unlocking one million experiences for individuals with disabilities and their families.”
“We believe sport has the power to build an inclusive world. Partnering with sporting events like the Australian Grand Prix, play a significantly influential role in breaking down barriers and stigmas in the disability sector.” – Jack Burey, What Ability Foundation Manager.
“Today’s announcement is all about putting fun first for people living with a disability. Our action-packed experience here at the Victorian Go Karting Club has been amazing, as we aim to create unforgettable memories for people living with a disability.”
For more information visit grandprix.com.au