Lewis Hamilton will not boycott this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix – declaring that his refusal to drive would have little bearing in the fight against racism. A number of top-level sporting events were postponed in the United States on Wednesday, following a series of player-led protests against the shooting of African-American Jacob Blake by a policeman in Wisconsin last week. Lewis Hamilton will not boycott Belgian Grand Prix amid protests over shooting of Jacob Blake. The six-time world champion, the sport’s sole black driver, has taken a knee ahead of every round, and criticised those within Formula One’s white-dominated world of not doing enough to fight inequality. The six-time world champion has taken a knee ahead of every race this season. ‘I have not spoken to anybody about it but I am really proud of so many of them over there in the States and what they are doing within their sports. A number of top-level sporting events have been postponed in the United States.
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