Russian Federation aims to bring back grid girls to F1

Grid girls have been replaced by grid kids this F1 season

Grid girls have been replaced by grid kids this F1 season

Dmitry Kozak, Russia's Deputy Prime Minister, says the Russian Grand Prix organization committee has engaged in discussions with Liberty Media to keep the women on the grid for next September's race in Sochi.

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Formula 1 announced over two months ago that the 2018 season would be contested without the presence of the "Grid Girls" for the first time in several decades.

But Monaco, and now Russian Federation, appear to have ideas of their own on the matter.

Another race that could ignore the grid girl ban is Russian Federation, with organiser Dmitry Kozak saying that women could be on the grid at Sochi in September.

What is your reaction to the news that the "Grid Girls" will be back on the grid for the Monaco Grand Prix? "And besides, our girls are the most attractive", he added.

"Here it should be adults.In all forms of motor sport there are girls advertising cars harmoniously and pleasantly".

Monaco organiser Michel Boeri said his only "problem" with Liberty was "the grid-girl issue", adding: "They're pretty".

"Our American friends assume that it could hurt the feminine feelings when employing young women to carry signs", Mr. Boeri, a local newspaper. They perform during the Grand Prix at events that are in line with their training.

Instead the group have made a decision to use youngsters on the grid at races as they try to attract more families to the sport.

"They're pretty, and the cameras will be on them once again".

Not only did both countries announce that their grand prix events would feature grid girls, but they did so in particularly disgusting ways.

"If we manage to come to an agreement with Liberty, we will try to revive this tradition".

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