Formula One is Linked to One of the Deadliest Dog Races on Earth

The Iditarod is a 1,000-mile dog-sled race that is so grueling that up to half the dogs who start it don’t finish because of exhaustion, illness, or injury—and more than 150 have died while running it. Despite this, Formula One (F1) owner Liberty Media refuses to cut ties with the Iditarod and its company GCI continues to prop up this deadly race as one of the last remaining top sponsors. Dogs forced to run in the Iditarod are subjected to biting winds, blinding snowstorms, and subzero temperatures as they pull heavy sleds through brutal Alaskan terrain. Major sponsors like Alaska Airlines, Chrysler, and ExxonMobil have already ended their support of it. It’s time for F1 to race away from the Iditarod’s cruelty.

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