Formula One eliminates the use of models that parade in the starting grid and stand next to the drivers before every major race.
The decision was announced on Wednesday with the change, which applies to all support matches, to take effect from the beginning of the season in Australia on March 25th.
"While the practice of girls' appearance is a key feature of Formula One for decades, we believe that this custom does not echo our values and is clearly contrary to today's social standards," said Commercial Director Sean Bratches.
"We do not believe the practice is appropriate or relevant to Formula 1 and its fans all over the world," he added, making the announcement of the changes.
The move was enthusiastic as Britain's Women's Sports Trust said: "Thank you @ F1 you decided to stop using the girls." Bicycling, professional boxing, and the UFC still have women parading between races and still receiving criticism of sexism.
The use of female models on shows, even if they are not extreme like in the past, has been increasingly criticized as sexist and outdated. Ross Brawn, Chief of Formula for Motor Sports, announced last December that the use of female models in the race network was under consideration.